501 Laws: Crimes against Culture

Law #304. Crimes against Culture purpose: domination Notes “Everyone has the right freely to participate in the cultural life of the community.” Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Crimes against culture include the suppression of language, literature, humor, songs, cuisine, […]

501 Laws: Property Crimes

Law # 302: Property Crimes jurisprudence: ownership Notes Property originates from the philosophical concept of ownership that humans practice and ascribe to animal behaviors. “The right to acquire property is a natural right.” John Locke. Property crimes are breaches […]

Undoing Cricket Imperialism

More than a hundred countries are officially playing cricket, and even the U.S. cricket team is competing in international matches. However, 21st-century international cricket, despite its popularity, has yet to find a global identity.  As a contorted silhouette of […]

501 Laws: Boredom

Law #116. Boredom effect: discontentment Notes Doing the same thing over and over again—even making money– is boring. Workplace boredom infects all professionals, including thieves, lawyers, and physicians. Boredom means dissatisfaction with what you have: job, relationship, achievements. Boredom […]

501 Laws: Entropy

Entropy is the second law of thermodynamics—heat flows from hot to cold. If an egg breaks, it cannot ever go back to its previous state. Autumn leaves fall off the tree without any chance of turning green, but they gain new freedom to flutter far away from the tree.

A Food Pandemic Infects America

By L. Ali Khan The chart builds on the 1970 U.S. data as the baseline for sugars, seeds oils, pesticides, and obesity. Prepared by Legal Scholar Academy  A food pandemic means the abundance of disease-causing foods (pathogenic foods) people […]

501 Laws: Enlightenment

LAW #50.  Enlightenment effect: disorder Notes Humans need two things to see: eyes and light. “They kindled a fire to illuminate what was around them but suddenly lost their eyes.” Al-baqarah. The 18th-century enlightenment launched reason, scientific method, colonialism, […]

The Politics of Free Speech in Muslim Countries

L. Ali Khan Political speech, the most significant part of free speech, is anything but robust in most Muslim countries. Criticism of the government lies at heart of the political speech. Ordinary citizens and journalists must be free to […]

The Persecution of Hazaras

L. Ali Khan “Persecution of human beings shall be forbidden.” Article 29, Afghanistan Constitution (2004) In January 2021, Deash (Islamic State) marked the new year by murdering eleven Hazara coal miners in Quetta, Pakistan. The world press covered the […]

Prosecuting Race Provocateurs: Bolsonaro, Trump, and Others

In 2002, the U.N. established a Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent to “study the problems of racial discrimination faced by people of African descent living in the diaspora” and to draft proposals on the elimination […]