Every now and again I will come across a list of warning labels on the Internet. The labels are from actual products and are often attached to the products in order to prevent injury or death caused by misuse.

In almost all of those cases, I think to myself, "someone must have tried doing this in order for the manufacturer to attach such a label".

I am currently thinking the same thing about a recently passed law from our state's special legislative session. The law that says the state of Louisiana will not issue film tax credits for pornographic productions. Hmm, somebody in the adult film industry must have asked about those tax credits if all the sudden we needed a law to prevent such a thing from happening.

It's kind of like the recently passed law that says members of law enforcement can't have sex with people they have incarcerated or are in the process of arresting. I really thought we would have had that rule in the books a long time ago but I guess we didn't.

Still, this brings to mind a question that the ACLU might just be salivating to have answered by the courts. That question, What is Pornography? Just like a scrambled signal from a pay per view cable channel, the definition is actually kind of fuzzy.

If you think the fuss about the 2nd Amendment is loud just wait until the state of Louisiana tries to deny someone money because of their 1st Amendment rights. Looks like Jeff Landry won't get much of a vacation after this law hits the books on July 1st.