weird laws

In a century that traveling into outer space is common place, we are still dealing with weird U.S. governing laws that you would think would have been taken off of the books decades ago. The 2016 U.S. presidential campaign has not only been contentious, but most would say perhaps the most eccentric. As we get closer to election day many are thinking how can this political circus get any crazier.
Current law makes potlucks illegal at homes, schools or churches.
It's a strange, strange world we're in.
Alaska Clearly Alaska used to throw some wild parties in the woods, because the state now has a law on the books that bars
Here are some of the most bizarre traffic laws in the United States. And yes, there will be a quiz. Given by the police. If you speed. So print this out.
To help you keep your crazy law breaking to a minimum -- or simply avoid looking like a total newbie -- we've compiled this cautionary list. Call it what not to do on your European vacay.
After Lind got off easy, he was re-charged with indecent exposure, but it remains to be seen whether he'll be convicted on
But did you know that in Singapore you can't be naked in your own home?!?! Or that until the early 19th century, the country was (possibly) governed by Nevernudes? You didn't, did you? Yes, turns out there are still a lot of weird nudity laws like Singapore's on the books, all around the world.
Some states take their religious services very seriously. Breaking these laws could send you straight from the chapel to
As per North Carolina's definition of rape, you can't change your mind about giving consent. Virginia, a state that is supposedly