Monday, May 10, 2004

Mississippi is the latest front in the liberal war on intellectual property. Newsday reports:
The Associated Press and the Hattiesburg American filed a lawsuit Monday against the U.S. Marshals Service over an incident in April in which a federal marshal erased reporters' recordings of a speech Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia gave to high school students. ... "It is ironic this seizure took place while Justice Scalia was making a speech about preserving the Constitution," Watson said.
Those cotton pickers just don't understand the ownership of ideas. Why, they're probably illegally downloading music all the time. I'd check on them, but my browser doesn't read shape notes.

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