From a distance, they could be actual dresses.
Well, they are dresses you can wear, it’s just that they approach the weight of a suit of armor, and are not made of fabric. Continue reading “Why models who wear his clothing must be strong”
You had to look carefully at this tree to realize
that it was an example of wartime camouflage.
Soldiers needing to spy on the enemy built fake trees as observation posts:
Continue reading “Why were fake trees on the battlefield in WW1?”
The queenpins of the coupon scam:
Amiko Fountain, top;
Robin Ramirez, left; Marilyn Johnson, right
Continue reading “Why fake coupons are better than fake money”
“Saints may always tell the truth, but for mortals living means lying.” – Chief Judge Alex Kozinski, who heard the case.
Until 2006 in the United States, saying that you earned medals as a war hero wasn’t a crime. Then the Stolen Valor Act was enacted, which made wearing, making or selling military decorations and medals illegal. But that law was challenged as a violation of free speech. In March of 2011, a U. S. Court struck down the law as unconstitutional. The next stop for the fight? The United States Supreme Court.
Is free speech (which includes lying) more important than the right of those who earned honors in the military?
A fake Medal of Honor or Purple Heart: Is it free speech? Federal appeals court rules that the “Stolen Valor Act” curbs free speech: You don’t have to actually have a Medal of Honor or Purple Heart to say you have one. The Christian Science Monitor>>