(Unconstitutional) Video Game Laws: Episode # “I’ve Lost Count”

Is anyone feeling deja vu-ish? We’ve got another debate about the debt ceiling, the EU may-or-may-not collapse like a house of cards (again), and we’ve got legislators (one federal, this time) proposing bills that are so clearly violative of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution that I can only imagine two scenarios where… Continue reading

Congress Wants Violent Video Game Labels Based on Rejected Research

I hesitate to call this “news,” since that tends to indicate it’s “new,” but it looks like our honorable elected representatives are (yet again) trying to apply speech-restrictive legislation to games, regardless of the ever-growing list of state and federal case law confirming that video games are a form of expression and, therefore, protected by… Continue reading