The internet community – if there is such a thing – has risen up in anger over recent weeks. The main cause of its concerns have been perceived attempts to curtail online freedom by governments and corporations. So what makes the internet angry – and when does that anger have any impact?" – Rory Cellan-Jones, […]
Congratulations to Indiana becoming the 23rd Right to Work state! This is a big win for worker freedom in the Hoosier state. This afternoon, Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels signed right to work into law making Indiana the first "rust belt" RTW state. Read more via National Right to Work Committee.
Virginia, Tennessee, and Washington State are the first States to fire back at the federal government ( The Obama Administration for signing and the Congress for passing) for the National Defense Authorization Act's (NDAA) detention provisions. In Virginia, HB 1160 was recently introduced. It protects against the unconstitutional detention of United States citizens. The bill “prevents […]
It's nice to see dictators in the dock, even if it is an artificial international tribunal located somewhere like the Hague. But there are many reasons to be skeptical of proposals to create new, super-national bodies. Consider the recent overreach by the Yugoslavian war crimes tribunal. This court is supposed to try "war criminals" who […]
Iran is capable of hitting U.S. military forces anywhere in the world if attacked by the United States, its ambassador to Moscow was quoted as saying at a news conference on Wednesday. Reuters reproted that Russia's Interfax news agency quoted Seyyed Mahmoud-Reza Sajjadi saying the United States would be making a mistake if it carried […]