To obtain a warrant, or not to obtain a warrant for GPS surveillance? That is the question the Supreme Court will hear arguments on this Tuesday, as federal officials seek unfettered use of geo-location tracking technology. Wired writes: The question before the justices asks: May the police secretly install a Global Positioning System device on a vehicle […]
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The Senate's PROTECT IP Act and its House companion legislation, SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act), threaten to undermine the freedom we all enjoy on the Net. The Chamber of Commerce and major music and movie industry partners are all lobbying Congress intensely for passage of these bills to give prosecutors and judges authority to shut […]
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At the 2011 Mises University, Prof. Thomas DiLorenzo discusses the "Rothbardian theory of taxes". http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-uit2sV_3w
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