The government hasn't yet figured out how to tax having sex. But Rhode Island at least wants to tax pornography.
Yes I'm serious.
It starts with censorship: two Rhode Island state senators just introduced legislation that would require Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to block all "sexual content and patently offensive material."
We have no idea, of course, what is considered "offensive". But in an age of cry-bullies where even the word "man" offends delicate university students, we can only imagine this covers a lot of ground.