Why are restrictions put on usage of public property and public spaces?
Well, because they are public and we need a way to ensure that everybody gets a chance to enjoy them. By restricting usage, we have more control over what can or can't be done, probably prolonging the life of said property/space..
by enjoy life 4 years ago
Is America on its way to becoming a dictatorship?With Trump doing whatever he likes with executive orders, by passing Congress etc; restricting freedom of speech of some of the scientific community, imposing gag orders on employees in federal jobs, restricting use of social sites like twitter for...
by Jack Lee 5 years ago
Do you think restricting gun purchases of people on the No-fly list is a good idea as proposed?In his speech last night from the Oval office, President Obama called for Congress to pass a law restricting gun purchases by people who appears on the No-fly list? Do you think that is a good idea and...
by Credence2 2 years ago
This one sticks in my gullet, ladies and gentlemen. Please see the attached editorial and any supporting background material you wish.https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions … b95f651c25Just who does this guy ( Trump)think that he is? He uses the ‘excuse’ of excess costs to the government to...
by promisem 3 years ago
They seem to be getting very popular in this country, both for sport and for committing mass murders. Why should I buy one?
by Liz Elias 2 years ago
I have an account at Shutterstock, where I submit photos for use, and which pays (will pay, once I'm established) when someone wants to use my images. They are as strict as HP when it comes to copyright, and also posting personal information.I am having a bit of a battle with them on two...
by Sarah Chewings 8 years ago
Why do some parents feel the need to put children as young as four through beauty pageants?I have a four year old daughter, and love watching her grow up and learn new things. But having seen toddlers and tiaras, I would like to know why parents seem to want to put their children through these...
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