Free Speech and Hookers
The Supreme Court will hear a very interesting case later this month that will be of interest to anyone concerned with how tax dollars are spent, free speech and international relations. That hopefully should encompass a good majority of the many folks here at Redstate if not many concerned Americans. But first, a little background. In 2003, Congress passed what is called the Leadership Act | Read More »
Google Profits From Sex Trafficking
Recently the issue of sex trafficking came to light in the cities hosting the RNC and DNC, as large gatherings typically exacerbate what has become the second largest illegal industry in the world. However, traffickers don’t have to wait for conventions to come around, the internet provides them with unlimited opportunities to commit their crimes. In the case of Google, who had a large presence | Read More »
Sex Trafficking At The Conventions
As thousands gathered last week for the Republican National Convention and will this week for the Democratic National Convention, another major story goes largely unreported right outside the convention doors. As is the case with other large events, sex trafficking will spike in the convention cities and local efforts to fight the problem may partially be in vain.