The problems startups have in raising capital caused by securities regulation.
Freedom of speech is the fight of the 21st century.
The next time someone tells you, “Freedom of speech does not warrant provocation,” then ask them what they plan to do when someone feels provoked by something they say.
Freedom of speech; separation of church and state. These are principles to cherish, not to denigrate. The true “haters” out there are the ones who shout the label of “hater” at anyone who dares to take a moment to stand up for them.
Anti-discrimination laws make life more difficult for the independent and self-responsible, while mainly helping out the litigious and the victim-oriented.
Google is not limiting competition but creating it, through its own innovations that others are free to try to surpass.
New rivals who want to enter the Internet services market and are not putting together big data sets cannot claim that they have a right to the established companies’ data—they have done nothing to deserve access to it.
Why are looters and rioters looting and rioting? The stale claims that it’s “racism” or lack of government funding simply do not ring true. It must be something else.
People have to reexamine everything, and soon, if cities like Baltimore are ever to turn around and have a chance.
Since people can search through other sources besides Google, it is not at all clear why Google cannot run its own operation for its own benefit, while others run their operations for their own benefit.
Permitting discriminatory practices in publicly owned facilities — such as libraries, parks and beaches — should not be permitted. That is because they are publicly financed by taxpayers and everyone should have a right to equal access. Denying freedom of association in private clubs, private businesses and private schools violates a human right.
Neither “gays” nor “religions” have rights. Only individuals have rights. And those rights are all the same.
Who owns the land is something that ought to be decided not by government but by free people making their own decisions about where they wish to live.
In free markets with a strong protection of individual rights by the government, competition weeds out bad products and bad companies.
Regulations force individuals to act contrary to their own judgment. This applies to both irrational and rational decisions.
Criminals are criminals because of the way they think.
Don’t think that “hard” dictators (of the right-wing or left-wing variety) don’t lie in wait to exploit the next economic or military crisis, now that Obama has set the stage for going way outside the boundaries of the Constitutional separation of powers.
It’s not ‘states’ rights’ they’re in favor of, so much as gay marriage that they’re against.