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FCC Commissioner Demolishes Net’s New Rules, In 3 Quick Points

FCC Commissioner Demolishes Net’s New Rules, In 3 Quick Points

By Peter Fricke After casting a futile vote against the FCC’s plan to regulate the Internet as a public utility, and Republican Commissioner Ajit Pai delivered a blistering attack on the new rules. In his dissenting statement, for sale Pai advanced three main objections to the Commission’s “Open Internet Order:” (RELATED: The Top 10 Failures of […]

Oxnard Accountant explains the why and how of municipal debt

Oxnard Accountant explains the why and how of municipal debt

Column By Lawrence P. Stein Larry Stein, mind Accountant and former Oxnard Mayoral candidate, medications explains debt rationale, buy mechanics and some pitfalls of municipal finance,using examples from Oxnard, CA Introduction Most people understand the concept of debt- they have it. Government debt, in particular municipal debt, has some variations to consumer debt. Debt occurs when […]

A View Beyond

A View Beyond

By Brynne Betz If I could, tadalafil I would take your hand. Right now. Wherever you are. And I’d place it in mine. You wouldn’t shudder. You’d just smile. Because I’m an old friend. One you forgot you had. Someone who loves you. Just as you are. And then, I’d lead you away. Away from […]

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE—Leonard Nimoy

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE—Leonard Nimoy

By L.Neil Smith This week we lost one of our most familiar and welcomed figures of popular culture, Leonard Nimoy, who, for just short of fifty years had been bringing a unique character, the Vulcan half-alien Mr. Spock, to us. At 83, he died of COPD, although he stopped smoking thirty years ago. For the […]

Technology’s answer to e-crime

Technology’s answer to e-crime

By Avi Yariv Cyber crime, remedy aka e-Crime, dosage presents a highly complex and sophisticated threat that has been evolving rapidly recently. The unfolding legitimate cyber world makes for a hunting ground for unlawful commerce in contraband software and services. The black cyber market has made criminal devices so accessible and low cost, viagra 40mg […]

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Down Like Dogs

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Down Like Dogs

By L.Neil Smith Humankind and caninekind became best friends somewhere between eleven and sixteen thousand years ago, according to Wikipedia. As a student of history and archaeology, I’ve always believed that it was longer ago than that, but for the time being, let’s accept that number. There are various theories about how that friendship came […]

America: Who Loves Ya, Baby?

America: Who Loves Ya, Baby?

By Phil Erwin Way back in the Dark Ages, circa the 1970’s there was an unlikely hero-cop type running around television’s “New York”, sporting a very bald pate, a very New York attitude and a very silly candy sucker. The character was Kojak, the actor was Telly Savalas. Every episode, Savalas would pull the sucker […]

Cap-And-Trade Costs California Businesses $1 billion

Cap-And-Trade Costs California Businesses $1 billion

By Michael Bastasch California businesses paid a whopping $1 billion this year buying permits to comply with the state’s cap-and-trade law — the largest sale recorded since the state began regulating carbon dioxide in 2012. Republished with permission–The Daily Caller Foundation: http://dailycallernewsfoundation.org/ Even with record permit sales, sildenafil the $1 billion raised was well below market expectations. […]

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Good News and Bad News from Colt

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Good News and Bad News from Colt

By L. Neil Smith Certain inventions are perfect to begin with, and remain useful for decades—or even centuries. Examples include the gladius, the humble instrument with which the Romans conquered the world, knitting needles, Edison’s light-bulb, the restoration of which will be one of my major criteria for voting, the Zippo lighter, and the 1911A1 […]

CA could tap new water regulations

CA could tap new water regulations

by James Poulos Struggling to get ahead of California’s continuing drought, story officials in Sacramento have turned their attention to proposals that would crack down on water use. The latest option focused on the hospitality industry, where customers could be required to opt in for free drinking water, fresh linens and similar resource-intensive items. Republished with permission […]