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Tag Archives: human decency
Why I Oppose the TPP and T-TIP
When you make profit the only or the top value, all others suffer. Human decency, respect for life, protection of the young and the old, honor and character, the middle class, quality of goods and services, privacy, freedom to live, … Continue reading
Posted in Politics, Rants and Raves Tagged billionaires, bust the trusts, capitalism, character, Constitution, corporate state, freedom, goods, honor, human decency, laws, Life, middle class, privacy, profit, protection, quality, respect, services, T-TIP, Too Big to Fail, TPP, values, We the People Leave a comment
On the Difference Between a Best Practice and a Requirement
When I write that something is a best practice, that means that I believe it is something you should do. It does not mean you must do it, as there is no way I could know all the requirements and … Continue reading
Posted in General Sharing Tagged Case Law, Common Law, common sense, ethical, ethics, facts, human decency, logic, morality, Must, outcomes, Required, results, rules, Should, Statutory Law Leave a comment