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L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE | A Day On Facebook

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE | A Day On Facebook

  by  L. Neil Smith, The Libertarian Enterprise I tend to employ Facebook the way that other people use Twitter. We could talk about why, and why I don’t like Twitter (I don’t like Facebook, either) but that’s a conversation for another time. Usually, I post once or twice a day, but this week, I found plenty to […]

White Privilege and the Women Who Revel in It

White Privilege and the Women Who Revel in It

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Whenever I am confronted with the term women of white privilege I instantly parse the meaning of this weighty, meaning-heavy declaration. Who is meant to be included in this nomenclature White Privilege? Does it pertain only to women who are the offspring of the white men and women who settled America […]

Eber | What do “California Values” mean?

Eber | What do “California Values” mean?

  By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views  A year from new when things start heating up for the Presidential election of 2020, so called California Values will be in the forefront of debate items by prospective Democratic candidates. As such, it is a good idea to clearly define what they mean and how […]

Rubio and Warren Join Forces Against Working Folks

Rubio and Warren Join Forces Against Working Folks

  by Thomas L. Knapp In April, a year after its introduction in the US Senate by Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), the US House of Representatives passed the End Banking for Human Traffickers Act, “an act to increase the role of the financial industry in combating human trafficking.” Of four quick and […]

Broadband Prices: Bernie Sanders and His Gang of Four Are Out of Touch

Broadband Prices: Bernie Sanders and His Gang of Four Are Out of Touch

    By Thomas L. Knapp Back in 1992, US president George HW Bush stumbled over a grocery store price scanner on his way to re-election. Touring a grocers’ convention, Bush gazed in “wonder,” according to the New York Times, at technology well-known to everyone else. Bush went down in history as “out of touch” […]