by | Mar 27, 2018

March 19, 2018 may go down as the day that the market finally stopped rewarding totalitarianism. Markets plunged 335 points, following news of rampant data misuse by Facebook, Inc., a company whose 4 percent drop dragged the entire market with…

by | Mar 22, 2018

The Florida branch of Americans for Prosperity has gotten into the controversy over the new ball yard that the Tampa Bay Rays want built for them in Tampa so that they can desert St. Petersburg, Tropicana Field, and the remainder…

by | Mar 15, 2018

Based on the actions of Iowa legislators, one would think that there is a shortage of conventional eggs being sold in the state of Iowa. Both houses of Iowa’s legislature passed a law requiring any grocer or retailer to sell…

by | Mar 12, 2018

The Oakland (and soon to be Las Vegas) Raiders say they’re closer to ending their game of parking lot roulette by identifying enough spots to satisfy a requirement that is a condition of building the $1.9 billion Las Vegas Stadium…

by | Mar 8, 2018

Politically, America’s tech sector faces a landscape as embattled as the second Punic war. This much seems indisputable, given the regular accusations of political bias that the Snowflake Barons of Silicon Valley face on a regular basis, not to mention…

by | Mar 8, 2018

Politically, America’s tech sector faces a landscape as embattled as the second Punic war. This much seems indisputable, given the regular accusations of political bias that the Snowflake Barons of Silicon Valley face on a regular basis, not to mention…

by | Feb 27, 2018

President Trump came into office promising not merely to make America great again, but to take on all incumbent powers that stood in his way. As anyone who observed candidate Trump heard him say from the stump, this president would…

by | Feb 20, 2018

I did not support Donald Trump for president. I recall arguing with some of my pro-Trump Consumer Technology Association (CTA) board members in 2016 — smart business leaders who were convinced that as president, Trump would drive U.S. economic growth….

by | Feb 20, 2018

It’s a depressingly common aphorism in Washington policy-making circles that “pharma always wins.” This happens regardless of the merits of any particular policy — in fact, the more “pharma always wins,” the more often taxpayers and consumers lose. Nevertheless, the…

by | Feb 16, 2018

A recent study from a Harvard University group claims that government-owned broadband networks offer lower prices than the networks of private providers, but the argument quickly falls apart when you drill down into the data. The report from the Berkman…

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