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Wendy McElroy: “Does your money serve the state or you?”
Finally, an “expert” states what We the Peasants have known all along: Even the most innocuous-seeming law is ultimately enforced by violence, even unto death.
Cop who was given multiple breaks after killing an unarmed woman and bragging about it commits a double murder.
Wendy McElroy on free-market law and cryptocurrencies.
What the case of “Permit Patty” says about mercy and justice in today’s world.
The news comes a bit late, but Steve Ditko, the Salingeresque co-creator of Spider-Man and Dr. Strange, has died.
There are more guns than people in the U.S. according to the WaPo and an international study. Keep up the good work, people!
After that big SPLC apology/settlement, it’s looking like a pile-on.
Thank you, Jeff Sessions for the lovely unintended consequences of your reefer madness.
OMG. Bad guy gets foiled by two intended victims in a row.
Uber applies for a patent that would enable its drivers to identify drunken passengers. The how is soooooo creepy.
I’m a couple weeks late with this news, but Dick Tuck, famous political trickster and Richard Nixon’s lifelong (and beyond) nemesis, died recently at the age of 94.
David Hogg’s family home got SWATted. This shouldn’t happen to anybody, ever. But plenty of gun-rights activists are noting that Hogg’s reaction is not at all normal for an alleged SWATting victim.
The financial scandal nobody’s talking about. (Accounting firms getting cozy and fabulously rich with their clients.)
Poor, poor Paul Manafort. He’s really just not very good at this whole understanding encryption business. (A lesson here for all users of WhatsApp and other pre-packaged “secure” communications offerings.)
Supremes decide in favor of Masterpiece Cake Shop — but on very narrow grounds. A mixed bag.
The company formerly known as Monsanto will be no less destructive by any other name. (H/T PT)
Rewarding failure: an American epidemic.
You should really not attempt to obey the new gun laws in California.
Should we just scrap the whole U.S. “education” system? Hell yes!
Governments cause revolutions. Maggie McNeill gives the sex workers’ point of view.
Return her stolen land to Susette Kelo.
Is the UK the most dangerous nation on the planet? (I think it’s tongue-in-cheek, but you can never be quite sure in these strange days.)
Newark police make it easy for everybody to spy on everybody else.
They sent a SWAT team to kill an innocent man. Now all three of the irresponsible gamers face serious charges.
Apparently intent on a mass killing, a shooter walks into an Oklahoma City restaurant and opens fire. Armed citizen. One dead shooter.
As Authoritah goes after vaping, are they attacking the lesser evil to uphold the greater one? Veronique de Rugy asks.
Carl Bussjaeger at TZP on problems and solutions in school shootings. Damnfine piece, Bear.
Is it possible the Amish understand one aspect of technology better than the rest of us do?
Scott Greenfield asks, “Where did all the dads go?”