Demonstrating that while they oppose women and most of the Bill of Rights, the Justices of the Supreme Court retain some margin of respect for the First Amendment, the highest court in the United States has upheld the Ninth District ruling in
Schwarzenegger Brown vs. Entertainment Merchants Association. It is officially Not Constitutional to penalize retailers for erroneously selling age-inappropriate games to minors in the United States.
Says the usually-evil Justice Scalia:
This country has no tradition of specially restricting children’s access to depictions of violence. And California’s claim that “interactive” video games present special problems, in that the player participates in the violent action on screen and determines its outcome, is unpersuasive.
Poor Leland Yee. He’ll have to actually do something for the people of California now.
For those of you in other countries, we will be bombing you shortly. Please take cover.