Supreme Court bans warrantless cell phone searches, updates privacy laws

  The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that police must obtain warrants before snooping through people’s cellphones, delivering a unanimous decision that begins to update legal understanding of privacy rules to accommodate 21st-century technology. Police agencies argued that searching through data on cellphones was no different from asking someone to turn out his pockets, but the…

Why I do not bad mouth the president…

There is a common trend in politics to sling mud, mock and bad mouth people in leadership. It’s a really bad idea. However, genuine criticism is a important. But how do you know the difference? If someone is going around calling the president and idiot, I don’t like to talk to them much, except to…