1) If there really is a "law" but not a public "law" that has no penalty other than they won't let you board an airplane, what other kinds of spurious or secret "laws" are out there that the government uses to clamp down on our civil liberties?
2) Certainly, if there is a law that says you can't fly without ID, how do children under the age of, say, three get on board an airplane?
3) Is it fair to apply the "law" unevenly?
4) If there is a "law" that is going to be applied, shouldn't that law be made known publicly?
Saturday, January 28, 2006
Show Me The Law That Isn't
Regular readers may remember my post about John Gilmore - fighting the good fight. Looks like he may have to amplify the struggle some other way as the courts have decided in favor of the government over civil liberty once again. We need a different brand of activist to decide this case. The questions flow from here: