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Time to Stop America’s Innovation Decline

Ken Blackwell, On Thursday, President Trump met with Chinese President Xi Jinping – a meeting many observers expected to be tense given the situation in North Korea, as well as each leaders’ commitment to strengthening their respective countries’ positions in the world. The President and his team are no doubt also aware of China’s moves

State Officials to Trump: Revoke Obama’s Federal Takeover of Elections

Clifford Cunningham | Infowars, States oppose Obama’s federal takeover of elections. State election officials from across the country have called on President Trump to revoke an order, signed by former President Obama, declaring election systems “critical infrastructure.” The National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS), which includes election officials from every state and territory, passed a

Mr. President: Please Remove Google’s Anti-IP Mole From Your Administration

Seton Motley, One of the many aspects of the very anti-free trade “free trade” to which we have for decades been subjected is the massive intellectual property (IP) theft conducted by China and other nations.  China alone steals more than $360 billion worth per annum – and has been doing so for decades.  About which

Thanks, FBI: We Real Worlders Find Elite World Inordinately Annoying. Again

Seton Motley, How about that FBI no-indictment announcement yesterday? Makes perfect sense to you, I bet. Ok – I don’t bet that. At all. What does make sense to us Real Worlders – is seeing yet another Elite get yet another Get-Out-of-Reality-Free card. It is all growing quite tiresome. We Real Worlders are tired of the Elites’

The 9 Best Quotes Against Intellectual Property

Louis Rouanet | “…He who lights his taper at mine, receives light without darkening me.” – Thomas Jefferson 1)    Michel Chevalier on the cumulative nature of innovation Michel Chevalier (1806-1879) was one of the most brilliant of the French Classical School of Political Economy, rightly called by Dr. Joseph Salerno the “Bastiat’s school”. As

Hillary Clinton Calls for Expanding Surveillance

Demands private sector tech companies work with intelligence agencies. On Monday presumptive Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said she would force tech companies to work with intelligence agencies. “We already know we need more resources for this fight. The professionals who keep us safe would be the first to say we need better intelligence to

Romanian hacker who says he breached Clinton server finalizing plea deal

The Romanian hacker who claimed he easily breached Hillary Clinton’s personal email server is finalizing a plea deal with the FBI and U.S. attorney, Fox News has learned. Marcel Lehel Lazar, the 44-year-old hacker also known as “Guccifer,” first gave indications he wanted to cooperate with the U.S. government in mid-April, during an interview with

Romanian hacker Guccifer: I breached Clinton server, ‘it was easy’

The infamous Romanian hacker known as “Guccifer,” speaking exclusively with Fox News, claimed he easily – and repeatedly – breached former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s personal email server in early 2013.    “For me, it was easy … easy for me, for everybody,” Marcel Lehel Lazar, who goes by the moniker “Guccifer,” told Fox

Reddit change sparks concerns about U.S. government spying

Digital privacy advocates and users of Reddit expressed their alarm on Friday over a change in the forum’s transparency report that suggested it may have been asked to give customer data to FBI investigators under a secretive government authority. The annual report lists a variety of requests the site has received for information on users

NSA Targets œExtremist Americans Who Simply Wish to Protect Themselves from Oppression

Washington’s Blog In the wake of revelations about the extent of mass surveillance by the NSA and other agencies, people are trying to protect themselves by adopting encryption and other privacy tools. The Guardian reported in January: The gathering crisis of trust around consumer web services and the fallout from Edward Snowden’s revelations is fuelling