Street Law 
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Re: “Mary Wessner's Thru New Eyes – The World in Black and White

Mary has definitely connected with the reality that color is not required where composition is salient.

Posted by Street Law on July 2, 2016 at 6:44 PM

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Re: “For some in Charleston, evacuating for Florence is a privilege they just can't afford

Was Governor McMasters guilty of premature evacuation? I'm certainly not the one to make that call...

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Posted by Street Law on September 14, 2018 at 10:53 PM
Posted by Street Law on September 14, 2018 at 10:51 PM

Re: “First Look: The Angel Oak nude shoot

It is against the law to publish nude pictures of minors because they cannot give informed consent. If not against the law, it certain shows a total lack of respect for their privacy. Facebook would not allow this to be posted. Otherwise it is an excellent photograph.

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Posted by Street Law on September 14, 2018 at 10:46 PM

Re: “UNC protests present debate of law versus morality

Am I missing something here. Wasn't it the hateful rhetoric that accompanied the statue that was the real issue? Essentially the Confederacy, and all vestiges of it, should have been dissolved when the war ended. The rebellion was defeated. Or was it?

Apparently it lived on in the minds of many who came after it. And lives on today. This is a real danger to the stability of society when it is used to divide its citizens. The Union totally failed the people so many died to free. It had no definitive plan to assimilate them and essentially threw them under the bus during reconstruction. Recently, the City of Charleston apologized for slavery. It did not seem to think an apology was due for segregation. That in many was was just as bad.

America still has a long way to go to atone for its centuries long oppression of minorities, and especially African Americans. At the same time it needs to protect the rights of the vast majority of European Americans who really had nothing to do with the matter. Reparation might be a good place to start. Genetic gentrification is not a realistic approach to elimination the cultural frictions we face today. There simply will never be enough people buying into it as it is really a perverse form of social engineering.

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Posted by Street Law on September 6, 2018 at 8:41 PM

Re: “Charleston police commit to improving relations with LGBTQ community after trans woman's assault

Nowhere have I seen it mentioned that the man who assaulted this person had any awareness that she was transgender. Bad enough he assaulted someone at all. Some people do not miss and opportunity to grab some headlines when it suits their "cause." And the media gobbles it up.

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Posted by Street Law on September 6, 2018 at 8:14 PM

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