A Swedish court has ordered a homeless man, who wasn't identified by local media, to pay a $415 TV license fee. The man had originally filed for an exemption because his television broke. He later became homeless, but a court declared that despite having no TV and no home, the man must still pay the fee, which is used to fund public TV and radio broadcasts and is also charged to anyone who has a smart phone, computer or tablet.
"I have never felt threatened by a single person in this town until meeting those officers and the social worker."
Floridians will bear the cost of DeSantis currying favor with immigration restrictionists.
The first episode paints an enslaver, plantation master, and Royalist autocrat as a leading and even celebrated agent of emancipation.
Russian Propaganda Has Succeeded in Persuading Credulous Americans That It Poses a Grave Threat to Democracy
Alarmists are unfazed by the lack of evidence that "foreign influence campaigns" have affected public opinion or voting behavior.
"Everybody should have an expectation that they can put a sign in their yard and speak on a certain topic," a lawyer for the couple said.