The Dem debate the other night featured first tier candidates and second tier candidates, but a guy that many people never heard of – calling him third-tier is generous – stole the […]
My few, fleeting seconds of fame occurred on March 12. Anyone flipping to that page of the 2007 Freedom Forum First Amendment calendar will see a quote from me: Without journalists, others […]
You simply must be kidding me. Justice Dept official resigns over investigation connected with Abramoff
Your thought for the weekend: Why can’t CNN.com tell the difference between a candidate and non-candidate?
You know, if you’re CNN, you could at least try to get it right. Go to CNN.com’s Politics page and scroll down a little. In the right column there’s a box that […]
By Martin Bosworth Originally posted at Private Intelligence. Feel free to comment here or there. Although American consumers are currently slow to adopt paying bills by mobile, much of Europe and Asia […]
Look around you at all the things you use that need electricity to operate. Your lights, coffee maker, radio, television, and computer. Your cell phone may have a battery, but it’s useless […]
Kurt Vonnegut’s dead, in case you hadn’t heard…. So it goes. Vonnegut, the author of counter culture classics such as Slaughterhouse-Five, Cat’s Cradle, and Breakfast of Champions, books which were considered required […]
By Martin Bosworth Today marked the first anniversary of the launch of the Save The Internet coalition, a massive multi-group effort that was brought together to support the cause of net neutrality, […]
Yesterday, the Supreme Court heard the latest challenge to the McCain-Feingold Act, the act that set stringent limits on the ability of unions and corporations to air ads that specifically mention a […]
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