Thursday, March 1, 2012

Cigarette Warning Labels Go Up in Smoke

By Kevin Fayle on March 1, 2012 10:43 AM

A federal district court judge in Washington D.C. has ruled that the federal governments proposed requirements for graphic warning labels on cigarette packages violate the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Judge Richard Leon determined that the warning label requirement was designed only to "disgust the consumer" in order to prevent them from purchasing a legal product and, as such, was not narrowly tailored to meet a compelling government interest.

Seems to me like the entire morass of Child Abuse stuff meets no narroly tailored compelling government interest either.

Tuesday February 3, 2009
United Nations Population Fund Leader Says Family Breakdown is a Triumph for Human Rights
By Matthew Cullinan Hoffman

NOTE- What the Communist Manifesto has to say on the subject.  Same thing?  I certainly think so.

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