Scott Pilutik

I am an attorney and consultant living and working in Manhattan, focusing primarily on church/state constitutional law. I'm a recognized expert on the Church of Scientology organization. I also have strong interests in intellectual property law where it intersects with emerging media, and free speech.

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The International Need for an Obscenity Standard

From Agape:

Led by a request from the president of Morality in Media, a number of prominent pro-family groups have recently asked President George W. Bush “to take a leadership role in addressing the international dimension of the ever-expanding obscenity problem.”

Perhaps the Evangelical Christians and militant Muslims can put their joint fatwa on hold long enough to work together on a project in which each’s moral certitude blends nicely with the other’s, namely the eradication of naked women. As the Intelligent Designer surely knows, the prevention of the viewing of naked women falls in neatly behind food, shelter and clothing as far as the UN agenda is concerned. It’s practically a subtopic of ‘clothing.’

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