Alice Salles is a wordsmith, editor, and ghost writer. As a PanAmPost.com columnist and VoicesOfLiberty.com contributor, she covers both foreign and domestic policy and offers commentary from a libertarian perspective.
In 2016, Uruguay and Canada legalized and regulated weed, helping to remove the stigma around the use of the plant. But Ireland, Australia, Germany, and Jamaica weren’t far behind, approving laws that recognize medical marijuana.
If this case serves as an example of anything, it is that your privacy is not protected, even if companies like Amazon refuse to cooperate with law enforcement under certain circumstances. With or without a warrant, officials will continue to use similar devices against their owners.
Instead of looking at the details of Obama’s decisions and how Cuba runs its own economy, the public prefers to panic over what the President-elect has said. How about taking a hard look at what the current president has enabled, which will allow the incoming president to be even more of a corporate hack than he is?
Despite the desperate pleas for help coming from the hurricane-torn island nation, many Haitians are not thrilled about the presence of scandal-ridden organizations such as the American Red Cross (ARC) — or the Clinton Foundation — in their country.