The major changes that Vision Zero brought about were decreasing the speed limit on local NYC roads from 30 to 25 MPH and installing 140 cameras that automatically ticket anyone exceeding the new limit by 10 MPH.
There are a number of such struggles, and I may write an article on each one, but this article will analyze a topic that gained national attention for a few months, and remains a difficult issue to reconcile for even the brightest minds in the US, and even for some in the liberty movement: Discrimination.
If a cop pulls you over for driving 90 MPH, wouldn’t the cop have to drive at least 100 MPH (and weave through traffic) to catch up to you and pull you over? In states where 80 MPH is considered reckless driving automatically, how is the cop not automatically guilty of super-reckless driving for catching up to you?
When a person experiences a severe life threatening allergic reaction (Anaphylaxis), they may die from two pathologies. All of the airways from their trachea to their smallest bronchioles constrict progressively until no air can pass through them, and their blood vessels dilate, causing blood pressure to plummet and blood to Read more…