Defend Private Property – or Get Mob Rule

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The Marxist morons burning, looting and destroying large swaths of our nation – are a lot of really awful things. One thing on which they are absolutely awful?  Respect for private property. A flaw they share with many elected Democrats. These masked marauders can’t destroy private property – and/or steal it to establish myriad CHOP/CHAZ […]

A Month in the Life of Globalists’ Fake ‘Free’ Trade

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There are a bunch of very good reasons why the globalist regime of fake “free” trade is finally beginning to collapse in a giant heap. The overarching theme being: Globalist fake “free” trade – was never, ever free. “Free” trade – is government-free trade.  “Free” – would be devoid of government impositions of tariffs, import […]

Want Cheaper Internet? Big Tech Should Pay Their Fair Share

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Everyone wants cheaper…everything.  Everyone wants more for less. Because…human nature. But almost everything costs money.  So we must pay for almost everything. Our connection to the Internet costs money.  Since the World Wide Web’s mid-1990s private sector inception, United States’ Internet Service Providers (ISPs) have invested nearly $2 trillion creating, building, maintaining and expanding our […]

Unfortunately, We Can’t Decouple from Communist China by Friday

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Very few people dislike Communist China as much as do I.  At least amongst those who haven’t had first-hand experience with its utter brutality. Communism is antithetical to human nature.  Thus – Communism is anti-human. Which is why Communism spent the 20th Century murdering 100 million people.  Because Communists won’t admit Communism and humanity are […]

Google Should Google What ‘Fair Use’ Actually Means

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I just engaged in said Web search.  (Though not using Google’s nigh-monopoly search engine, I’d like to point out.) And here’s what I found: “(In US copyright law) the doctrine that brief excerpts of copyright material may, under certain circumstances, be quoted verbatim for purposes such as criticism, news reporting, teaching, and research, without the […]

Big Tech or ISPs: Who Collects and Monetizes Your Online Data (Much) More?

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The coin of the Internet realm – is your digital data. Online: Everything you do, everything for which you search, everything you read, everyone with whom you interact,… – ALL of it is data fodder for online companies. To wildly varying degrees. By “online companies” – we mostly mean the Internet Service Providers (ISPs)…and Big […]