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www.huffingtonpost.com/lesley-… The U.S. is a bit unique in having a Federal, as well as a State legal system, even federal and state governments, some states even having their own constitutions. Of course Australia, Canada and other nations have similar structures, but central governmental decision prevails.
It's easy to see the potential for conflict between these two systems, even confusion and one can start to wonder if this is really an ideal way to do things:
I was going to put this in 'Politics', but it's probably better suited here. I'm at a loss for words. This is really sick. This has nothing to do with religion or laws or anything sane at all. These people just enjoy killing and use religion to justify it.
"Charges found against the accused were announced by a masked Islamic State fighter, using a small handheld radio.
Reading from a list, he declares the men are guilty of engaging in homosexual activities and should be punished by death, in accordance with Islamic State's radical interpretation of Sharia law." - www.dailymail.co.uk/news/artic…
www.bbc.com/news/world-austral… I've been following this since it came on the news. Fortunately it's over now and as far as I know no one was killed, although some hostages were injured and it could have easily been worse. The perpetrator, an Iranian, was granted political asylum in 1996, a known trouble-maker and self-styled 'cleric'. I'm sure the Australian reaction must rightly be something along the lines of "we gave you a new lease on life and this is the thanks we get?" (On a side-note, my father was a naturalised Australian citizen and I'm pretty familiar with the Sydney area, so I can perceive incidents like this one as all the more loathsome and vile). So should this 'cleric' stand trial in Australia, be deported to Iran, or something else? I look forward to your thoughts on this. edit: It appears that the gunman and possibly another person may be dead, although it's not confirmed...
Okay, I'm looking into a new computer and have more or less selected an i5-based system -I've generally gone Intel in the past, but AMD's FX processors seem to be stiff competition and at better prices... Whata you guys think?