David and Lourdes Garrett wanted to transform a dilapidated townhouse into something nice. Most cities would appreciate such a development effort. But as it turns out, New Orleans bulldozed their dream right out of existence.
At first Homeland Security mostly compromised privacy at airports. Now the agency wants to scan the faces of foreigners driving into the US. How long before DHS expands this to US citizens driving within America if it hasn’t happened already?
In America a jury is supposed to convict a person if he is guilty beyond a shadow of a doubt. Too bad it doesn’t work that way with Child Protective Services. Its predictive analytics software always has a margin of error.