Canada Claims Jurisdiction Over Google Worldwide No surprise here, the internet destroys borders, in an effort to control their citizens governments try to take control of the internet. Canada’s Supreme Court upheld a British Columbia court ruling today that ordered Google to de-list entire domains and websites from its global search index. The 7-2 landmark ruling stems from case Google v. Equustek, which began when | Read More »
Benjamin Franklin, an early proponent of mutual insurance, was famous for saying “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” This principal of prevention could be easily adapted and applied to the current Congressional gridlock over repealing Obamacare. Using the same structure as Franklin’s truism, I would tell Speaker Ryan and Majority Leader McConnell that “an ounce of inclusion is worth pounds of | Read More »
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Today, the RedState Department of History observes the 67th anniversary of the start of the Korean War. On June 25, 1950, North Korean troops poured over the border into South Korea, starting a three-year conflict which would eventually cost over 35,000 American lives. The roots of the conflict trace back to the end of World War II, in which American forces took the surrender of | Read More »
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President Obama blinked after engaging in a stare-down with Russian President Vladimir Putin and in doing so, reveals that he was more interested in the political ramifications of Russia’s interference in the 2016 election. If you remember, President Obama held a news conference in the middle of December following the election, claiming he told Putin on election interference, to “cut it out.” The President, doing | Read More »
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This week: After weeks of secret work, the Senate GOP releases its version of Obamacare repeal.
(The staff here at the Week In One Song would like to thank health-policy scholar and fellow Fall fan Philip Rocco for the song suggestion.)
By I.P. Freyley — (Special to the New York Review) Friday, June 23 2017. Within one month, Democrats and Republicans may be getting along better. Why’s that you ask? In a town where nothing gets done on time, and long before we get a new healthcare bill, member of both houses will be lounging and relaxing in their huge, luxurious whirlpool unisex Jacuzzi. A source within the well known Leaumont | Read More »
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Steve Scalise is still in the hospital, recovering from gunshot wounds suffered after an angry Bernie Sanders supporter opened fire on the Republican baseball practice. In the wake of that shooting, the media in their infinite wisdom resurrected talk of political rhetoric, how dangerous it is and how it contributed to the shooting of Gabby Giffords in 2011. Except, of course, it did not. Giffords | Read More »
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It isn’t that hard to see how it came to pass that Jim Hodgkinson took a rifle, drove from Belleville, Illinois, and proceeded to gun down Republican Members of Congress.
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Donald Trump did a great job with the Federal Communications Commission, putting in someone who won’t make big giveaways to the far left. So why is he considering making a giant giveaway to Google at the Federal Trade Commission?
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On his birthday week, President Trump receives news that he is being investigated for possible obstruction of justice.