People who carry large amounts of might intend to use it for a variety of other, legal things. The government doesn’t have the right to know what everybody does with their money. We have the right, established by the Fourth Amendment, to keep such information private if we want to.
At the bridge in Wiscasset, Maine traffic is always stopped in summer. Why? Over the last fifteen years, the Boston Globe and New York Times have written multiple articles extolling the virtues of the lobster rolls at Red’s Eats, a food shack perched there. Here’s
Here’s what happened to me in Little Mogadishu: I passed a couple of people on the sidewalk, and they both said “Hello,” and passed on.