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Join Daily Paul Radio this evening as we broadcast the Students For Liberty event,
"How Entrepreneurship is Reinventing the World" with Jeffrey Tucker.
The LIVE broadcast begins at 8pm EST and will run until 9PM EST.
Fox News' Jana Winter was one vote away from going to prison. Instead, she won her case and set a precedent for journalism in America.
Equal Opportunity Doesn't Always Guarantee Equal Results
January 30, 2000 | By Charley Reese of The Sentinel Staff
What do 19th century slave owners and 20th century proponents of affirmative action have in common? The answer is simple. They share a belief that blacks are basically inferior and cannot compete with whites on an equal playing field. That was how slave owners rationalized slavery. That's how proponents of affirmative action secretly rationalize their position.
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Court okays prepaid phone tracking without a warrant...
NYPD Beats Staten Island Family, Kills Pet Parakeet During Home Invasion, Lawsuit Says
By Nicholas Rizzi on December 10, 2013 9:34am | Updated on December 10, 2013 9:34am
ST. GEORGE — A Staten Island woman has sued the city claiming police entered her St. George home without a warrant, beat her family and killed her beloved pet parakeet, according to court documents.
In the spirit of Michael's recent post and the spirit of the season, I wanted to offer my sincere apologies for anyone who I have been overly insensitive, argumentative or inconsiderate toward. Its so easy online to allow disagreements to become personal battles of wit, ego and insults. While its fun and often fair game, sometimes it can go overboard and someone should be the bigger person even if it is fair game. When taken too far, it is unbecoming of all of us as people, not merely as members of a political community or a specific ideology.
There's this story* about Steve Jobs, when he came back to Apple. The company was on the verge of failure - too many products, not enough customers, no focus. No one expected the company to survive. Apple was two months from bankruptcy when he returned in ’97.
Jobs scaled everything back - cut divisions, cut product lines, reorganized everything, got a big investor (Microsoft) to help shore up finances. Then, he waited.
Snowden: Boom! NSA Eats Google Cookies
BY ASHKAN SOLTANI, ANDREA PETERSON, AND BARTON GELLMAN
The National Security Agency is secretly piggybacking on the tools that enable Internet advertisers to track consumers, using "cookies" and location data to pinpoint targets for government hacking and to bolster surveillance.
In this episode of the Lions of Liberty Podcast, I am joined by YouTube sensation Julie Borowski. Julie describes how she went from being a self-described “neoconservative” to discovering and passionately advocating for libertarian ideas through YouTube videos as “Token Libertarian Girl” and as a policy analyst for FreedomWorks. They also discuss some common misconceptions about libertarianism, as well as what budding libertarians can do to help spread the ideas of liberty themselves.
Uruguay's decision to legalise the production, sale and consumption of marijuana violates international law, the UN drugs watchdog says.
The International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) warned that the move would endanger young people and "contribute to the earlier onset of addiction".
The new law will allow registered Uruguayans over 18 to buy up to 40g (1.4oz) of the drug a month.
The government hopes it will help tackle drug cartels.
Two to Three times a week I would talk to Mr Cox on the phone....... one of the most energetic and caring men to walk this Earth. Mr Cox had a code hearing the next day in municipal court over some treasures he'd collected and had stored on his property. I've been unable to contact my friend now for close to a week. Last Wednesday night was the last conversation I had with this 72 year old entrepreneurial spirit, calling from the east coast to Oklahoma we talked for over 50 minutes.