Maybe Nunes and Pravda need some SLAPPing, maybe in Virginia?
Also the US has much less onerous bankruptcy rules than Europe. Here, going backrupt was seen as "the end" of a person's useful career, and not to be undetaken except in extremis. In the US, it is much easier to become bankrupt but a lot easier to leave it behind you with minimal stigma as well.
What two consenting adults do that harms no-one is in no way comparable. I doubt anyone will be legalising incest any time soon, and there is no push in society to make it acceptable.
Not sure this unhinged rant worked so well for you over the last week. You may as well go tell your fellow troll farmers that Vlad-olf Put-ler is doing plenty to destroy Russia all by himself and you will have an insurmountable job ahead of you.
I'm pretty sure a "hot dog" doesn't contain dog meat either, so should be banned under appropriate description rules. The term "meat" is also a bit of a stretch too. What % of actual meat is in one of those?
Obtuse and complex laws are only required if you are trying to fool people into thinking you are sorting out problems. Simple laws with real penalties are perfectly good at actually fixing problems. But when your (lack of) enforcement is part of the problem... But that requires a competent, non-corrupt government.
This is pretty much how it works in the UK, and we get less ads per hour even on the ad-supported channels. We have real choice, and real competition between broadband & TV packages. Even where I am where we are missing one of the majors, I still have a decent choice of several broadband and/or TV packages.
This is one of the incredibly few areas I think Brexit might be a benefit. Good thing the Tory Government doesn't believe in sharing all our data with the US and others, and doesn't believe in Snoopers' Charters or over-broad anti-terrorism/copyright laws itself. Oh, wait...