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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Paul M. Smith
"Portal 2" leapt over the competition to win the most trophies at the Game Developers Choice Awards.
The U.S. Supreme Court yesterday questioned the need to strike down Indiana's voter-ID law — the strictest in the country and, if upheld, a likely watershed for other states to require photo identification at the ballot box.
"You folks create amazing works of art in a medium that's taking over the world," said Smith.
Mr. Smith replied: "Well, you have to make some judgment about the incremental, additional benefit above what's already been in place for decades, and it worked extremely effectively. ... It seems to me you have to say: Is there any real benefit here compared to these burdens?"