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Why Don’t We Want More Government in the Internet? IDK…China, Maybe?

Internet Censorship 300x169We less government types have all along the way opposed the ridiculous policy known as Network Neutrality. For a whole host of rational, reasonable free market and free speech reasons.


Taking a Knee Is Bad For Business

 

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It started as a one-man protest during the 2016 NFL season. Colin Kaepernick, the San Francisco 49ers quarterback, refused to stand during the National Anthem to make a point about what he saw as racial injustice in America.

Is a National Identity Necessary? Left-Right Differences: Part IX

In 2011, after 899 issues and 73 years of publication, Superman, the most famous American comic book character, apragernnounced that he was renouncing his American citizenship.

Encryption: Christopher Wray's "Huge, Huge Problem" is an Age-Old Inconvenience

Less than three months into his tenure as director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Christopher Wray wants you to know that the Trump administration's policy on encryption is business as usual: Keep trying to break it, keep pretending it's a new obstacle, keep thumping the rail and demanding unrealistic limitations on it.

Social Media: When Does "Actively Working With the Government" Become Censorship?

In a September 21 post, Mark Zuckerberg shared nine steps the site he started is taking "to protect election integrity and make sure that Facebook is a force for good in democracy," by "actively working with the government" and "partnering with public authorities."

There is No Proper Mix of Government, Community and Business

ScottRasmussenI grew up in suburbia, and have spent various parts of my life in small towns, a Southern city and in rural Indiana. Moving may be a hassle, but new experiences in new locations provide wonderful opportunities to learn and explore. That's certainly true as I adjust to life in New York City, a vastly different environment than anything I've tried before.

Trump's Tightening Legal Noose

JudgeAndrewPNapolitanoThe Donald Trump I know is a smart guy who often thinks a few steps ahead of those whose will he is trying to bend. But I lately wonder whether he grasps the gravity of the legal peril that is beginning to show up around him. In the past week, we learned of an unfiltered public confession of frustration and weakness among his lawyers and we learned that his former chief confidant and campaign manager is about to be indicted. This is very bad news for President Trump.


" If the American People ever allow private banks to control the issue of currency, first by inflation and then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them, will deprive the people of their property until their children will wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered... "

--Thomas Jefferson

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