Let’s Not Emulate How Much of the World Treats Intellectual Property

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April 26 is World Intellectual Property (IP) Day: “We celebrate World Intellectual Property Day to learn about the role that intellectual property rights (patents, trademarks, industrial designs, copyright) play in encouraging innovation and creativity.” It’s sad that so many of us still need to learn “the role that intellectual property rights…play in encouraging innovation and […]

The Obama Administration is Vociferously Anti-Science

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We conservatives are incessantly assailed by the Left as “anti-science.” That we stand athwart scientific and technological advancement – yelling “Stop!” But time and again, it is Leftists that make decisions that fly in the face of actual, readily obvious science. And the Barack Obama Administration is rife with just these sorts of Luddites. Mathematics […]

What Presidential Candidates Should Say to Farmers (and Everyone Else)

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Fresno, California – is farm country: “Fresno serves as the economic hub of Fresno County and California’s San Joaquin Valley. The unincorporated area and rural cities surrounding Fresno remain predominantly tied to large-scale agricultural production.” And central California farmers have been some of overreaching governments’ biggest victims. To cite but one, years-long example of stupid […]

The FCC is Just Another Dishonest, Authoritarian Arm of the Obama Administration

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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) describes itself thus: “An independent U.S. government agency overseen by Congress.” Under the Barack Obama Administration, it has been none of these things. Independent? Regulating the Internet: How the White House Bowled Over FCC Independence FCC Chairman (Tom Wheeler) Denies Receiving ‘Secret Instructions from the White House’ About Internet Rules […]

The Bogus EPA is Causing Everyone Real Problems

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Let us conduct an overview just of what we have only recently learned about the unconstitutional, overreaching and abusive Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Let us begin with Flint, Michigan – where toxic levels of lead were found to have been in the water for over a year. Flint Was Not the First: A Look at […]

Washington, D.C. Bipartisanship, They Say? Someone Tell the FCC

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There is much bemoaning of the loss of bipartisanship in Washington, D.C. Gone, they say, are the grand bargains – the two Parties coming together to reach deals that solve problems. Such the loss, they say. Let us begin with the fact that this partisanship is largely the result of politicians’ own map-making. Decades of […]