Word of the Day: Caprice / Capricious

Caprice is a noun, that means a sudden and unaccountable change of mood or behavior. It is similar to the word whim.

Capricious is an adjective that means given to sudden and unaccountable changes of mood or behavior. It is similar to words like fickle, erratic, changing, inconsistent, or arbitrary.

How are these words relevant? We, as citizens, should be aware when our governments, (whether local, state, or federal) apply or enforce laws capriciously.

Capricious application or interpretation of the law is one of the purest ingredients for corruption and tyranny.

Level 1: The Layer Most People Know About

Did Jeffrey Epstein do decades of hard prison time when he had sex with many minors and trafficked them internationally so many others could have sex with too? Not at all. What would happen if you did that?


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