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Intellectual Property: Silly or Sinister?

A good spot to start the tale is in 1998, when a panel of judges ruled that software was patentable, thereby starting the intellectual property equivalent of the California gold rush.

China Preparing for Armed Conflict in Every Direction

Fox Business punditry, most of them anyway, are still living in a delusional world where trade conquers all ... Diane Alden

Enemy Within the Gates

God is drawing a line in the sand between those who stand up to Statism and those who do not, says Pastor Chuck Baldwin. Which side of the line will you choose?

2010 Marred By Debt, Waste, Costly Hawaiian Vacation

Crushing year-end statistics reveal unprecedented government debt and a myriad of waste that should outrage all Americans.

Charity or Robbery? Honor or Dishonor?

No govt. has any money or anything else out of which to bestow bounty, except what it first takes out of the pockets of its individual citizens. Albert Bowen

Court Slams FDIC for Failing to Abide by FOIA Law in Bailout Lawsuit

The Court also granted, in part, Judicial Watch’s motion for summary judgment, noting that the FDIC “has not fulfilled its obligations under FOIA.”

Back-Pocket Poetry

School Days, Matthew Amarel, EducationNews.org During the first week of school, I was doing a bunch of community building stuff- trying to convince...

Another Win for the Pledge of Allegiance

It took just weeks for a federal appeals court to reject another attempt by the FFRF to challenge the constitutionality of the Pledge of Allegiance.

Conservatives: Mitch Daniels’ “Truce” is a “Surrender”

Let’s not be fooled by Mitch Daniels’ treacly talk about conservatives declaring a “truce” in the culture war.

Those in the Covenent of Abraham are Blessed

And I will bless them that bless thee, and curse them that curse thee;

Floods Shall Never Destroy the Earth No More

And I, behold, I establish my covenant with you, and with your seed after you;

Tariffs and Freedom

A historical episode that opponents of consumer sovereignty—that is, opponents of free trade—frequently cite to support their case for high tariffs is late nineteenth-century America.

Rudyard Kipling, and the Ballad of East and West

"Oh, East is East, and West is West, And never the twain shall meet, Till earth and sky stand presently, At God's great judgment seat" wrote Rudyard Kipling.

If You Don’t Fight the Censors Will Win

Things keep happening to the right to speak in Wisconsin. It is hard for anyone to keep up with what you can, or cannot, say in the Cheesehead state.

Pfc Bradley Manning, A Warning Writ Large

“All warfare is based on deception. There is no place where espionage is not used. Offer the enemy bait to lure him.” --Sun-Tzu (--400 B.C.)

Obama Considers Corrupt Clinton Official As Economic Adviser

Ousted after lying to Congress to help his boss conceal an illegal real estate scheme, he is a top candidate to become President Obama’s next economic adviser.

TSA Misses Luggage That Explodes After Flight

Despite a $98 million infusion for state-of-the-art baggage screening machines the TSA somehow missed a suitcase filled with explosives that blew up...

Robbing Man of His Divine Heritage

These diabolical bullies cannot have "we the people" believing, or for that matter knowing, that we are heirs to the King of Kings. Steve Farrell

Obama Considers Corrupt Clinton Official As Economic Adviser

Despite his scandalous past, Roger Altman is on a short list to be the next director of the president’s National Economic Council.

Senate Ethics Committee Will Not Punish Sen Dodd

the Committee has determined that there is not sufficient substantial credible evidence of improper conduct or violation within its jurisdiction to warrant further action by the Committee.