Typical DC: Patent Lawsuit ‘Reform’ Will Lead to Many, MANY More Lawsuits

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Under consideration in Washington, D.C. is legislation that will fundamentally transform our patent system. It will render this Constitutionally protected intellectual property product – dramatically less protected. The bills to which I refer are the Innovation Act (House) and the Patent Act (Senate). There are many, many reasons to oppose them. The reason given for […]

President Obama Further Widens the Chasm Between DC and America

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Over the weekend the Gallup polling company delivered us their latest: “75% in U.S. See Widespread Government Corruption – This figure is up from two in three in 2007 (67%) and 2009 (66%).” That already-incredibly high 2009 number likely reflects the horrendous government bailout era. When Americans saw DC in anti-capitalism-fashion throw over a trillion […]

Trump Shouldn’t Blame Oreos – It’s Governments’ and Unions’ Fault

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The Donald Trump presidential phenomenon rolls on. Higher and higher his primary polls climb.   He’s caught the irretrievably corrupt Hillary Clinton in a prospective general election matchup. The DC Establishment – made up of both Democrats and Republicans – for decades ignored our immigration laws. And dismissed and impugned, misunderstood or altogether missed the growing […]

Beware D.C. ‘Comprehensive’ ‘Reform’

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The entirety of the United States is now a federal disaster area – rendered thus by Washington, D.C. Unlike areas hit by hurricanes, tornadoes and other acts of God – our cataclysm is entirely man-made. Decades of anti-Reality policies have left our nation an uber-addled mess. The components of why are myriad. Too much spending, […]

The EPA Assaults the Private Sector – and the Environment

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There are few things more dangerous to private enterprise than government bureaucrats with time on their hands. And since most bureaucrats have no legitimate reason for being – they have lots and lots of time on their hands. In 2009, the federal government had at least 2,748,978 employees – and 97.6% of civilian federal employees […]

Assault by Government: Draining the Capital Pool

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David Lee Roth – the original lead singer of mega-rock group Van Halen – gave us an excellent assessment of the value of coin: “Money can’t buy you happiness, but it can buy you a yacht big enough to pull up right alongside it.” What this amusingly quantifies is that money is a vital component […]