All posts in " Rule of Law "

Day One Brings Complaints in Europe Against Google & Facebook

By admin / May 28, 2018

It took only one day for complaints to be filed against Google and Facebook under the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). When Mark Zuckerberg testified in front of members of the European Parliament, he insisted that Facebook was ready for Friday the 25th when the GDPR, which is the European Union’s new strict data privacy […]


The Rule of Law & Who Was a True Inspiration

By admin / May 13, 2018

  QUESTION: I am studying to become a lawyer. I find your legal writings fascinating. You provide a far deeper understanding of the rule of law than I am taught in school. I suppose that is becoming obvious in economics as well. Can you recommend any legal writing that may have influenced you greatly? OH ANSWER: […]


Germany Creates Criminal Law That Applies to Small Business

By admin / April 19, 2018

QUESTION: The coalition agreement in Germany provided for criminal sanctions against companies of any size. Naturally, the large companies can withstand such an attack. Small business cannot. Do you see this as another push over the cliff for Europe since Germany is the pillar of the EU economy? Thank you from Berlin HS ANSWER: Unfortunately, this […]


Mueller – the Secret Agent of the Deep State?

By admin / April 11, 2018

Robert Mueller’s team members are the people who destroyed Arthur Anderson. When the firm finally got to the Supreme Court, they overruled Mueller’s team for what they had done was unconstitutional. Well, they are back at it. This is what is wrong with our legal system. Prosecutors act with immunity and can do whatever they want FIRST […]


The Right to Privacy Means Nothing

By admin / April 6, 2018

QUESTION: Has the world lost sight of what is a Protection Priority?? Equifax CEO Richard Smith Resigns after Backlash Over Massive Data Breach Equifax that compromised the PERMANENT data (SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS ) of 143 million Americans. AND IS REWARDED $18.4 million. (including a $7.6 million bonus.) Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has to testify next week […]


Culture – Law – And Different Ways

By admin / March 17, 2018

Several women have written in and disagree with what I wrote about prostitution. They argue that 75% of prostitutes come from broken homes, which today is over 50% of marriages. They also state that these girls were abused as children in every way possible and many are runaways. Some also argue that these girls turn to prostitution […]


Justice Department sues California for Harboring Illegal Aliens Defying Constitution

By admin / March 14, 2018

The Justice Department is suing the state of California for violating the Constitution by passing laws that shield illegal immigrants. Governor Jerry Brown is simply committing treason. It is interesting how he is sheltering illegal aliens which seems contrary to so many aspects even economically. I understand children that were brought here, grew up, and […]


Corruption & the Rule of Law

By admin / March 14, 2018

QUESTION: Today’s opinion section of the WSJ features an article on government’s intervention in AIG. The troublesome point concerns the possibility of a new precedent w.r.t. property rights in the USA, viz.: “…the government may unlawfully deprive shareholders of their ownership and control of a company as long as it does not formally seize their […]


Direct Democracy – Is it Possible?

By admin / March 13, 2018

  The advancement in technology today certainly allows us to scrap the Republican form of government with pretend representation of the people by career politicians. There is no reason we cannot vote from home on every bill and that no bill may be merged with any other subject matter. There should be no sneaking spending for […]

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