A Commentary On Enjoying A Dystopian World by Mitch Santell
Did you ever notice how, when you want to log into a web site, a verification number is sent to your smartphone? The Powers That Be Will Claim That this is for your protection. It is not. This all has to do with the constant verification of who you are.
Even with your bank, ever notice how they make you sign twice?
Even when you go to CVS pharmacy to fill your prescription, you have to sign twice.
New Jersey is pushing the Real ID Act that was passed back in 2005 during the George W. Bush Administration.
We have the same thing going on in California.
You have the State of Virginia fighting to keep their second amendment rights.
Now I see that the homeless problem here in Los Angeles is only going to get worse.
For communities across the West hoping to gain some legal leeway to deal differently with homeless people sleeping on their streets, the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday dealt them a setback that, at least for now, maintains the status quo.
The high court declined to hear a landmark case on homelessness, letting stand a ruling that amounts to a broad curb on police powers in nine Western states, including California, to stop people from sleeping on public property if no other shelter is available.
Dozens of other local governments, including the city and county of Los Angeles, had urged the court to hear a challenge to Martin vs. City of Boise, in part to clarify how best to comply with it. But the justices, without comment or a dissent, said that they would not.
Here’s what that means for Los Angeles and the rest of California.
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