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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 […]

Dock strife boosted political spending

Dock strife boosted political spending

by Steve Miller . The work dispute between West Coast longshore workers and the major shipping companies may be headed for peace. But the most recent chapter of acrimony between the parties included generous political spending in Washington. The labor contract between the International Longshore and Warehouse Union and the Pacific Maritime Association expired in […]

Meet the Brains Behind Obama’s Plan to Regulate the Internet

Meet the Brains Behind Obama’s Plan to Regulate the Internet

In the Wall Street Journal’s stunning expose of how political operatives at the White House overruled the FCC’s own experts to pave the way for this week’s upcoming vote to regulate the Internet, we learned that the key link between a small group of liberal tech executives and President Obama was David Karp, the president […]

Bad Iran Deal in the Offing

Bad Iran Deal in the Offing

By Dr. Norman A. Bailey The US looks set to present its allies with a dangerous fait accompli on Iran’s nuclear program. The joint statement by Secretary of State Kerry and Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif that there will be no extension of the talks between the six powers and Iran past the most recent deadline […]

Title II Will Kill Internet Investment, Critics Claim

Title II Will Kill Internet Investment, Critics Claim

By Peter Fricke , unhealthy Opponents of the FCC’s plan to assume regulatory control over the internet say they are less concerned with what is known about it than with the many aspects that remain uncertain. Republished with permission–The Daily Caller Foundation: http://dailycallernewsfoundation.org/ On Thursday, the FCC is widely expected to approve new rules subjecting […]

Londonistan–The War on Religion

Londonistan–The War on Religion

By Michael Greer We have been so fortunate to have the American Freedom Alliance arrange for Melanie Phillips to speak to various groups this week. Melanie Phillips is a world renowned British journalist. She was the News Editor of the Guardian. Her weekly column appears in The Times and many other newspapers. She has a […]