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Sugarcoating Extortion

Organizations operating internationally should be aware that the rule of law is not equally enforced everywhere in the world. That is why Mike Kenealy and I wrote this article on… 14 more words

Bill Nye and climate change

So. Let me preface this by saying that I’m a huge fan of Bill Nye.

I am. No apologies.

By now, everyone in ‘Murica has heard about climate change. 394 more words


Deed Theft Scams: Why Not Prosecute the Banks Too?

It is supreme irony that individual scam artists are being prosecuted for false representations and deed theft — while the the institutional scam artists on Wall Street did the same thing raking in trillions of dollars, without a whiff of criminal prosecution.

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A Week In Paris

Each conference in the GPC Series is unique. The GPC Paris, to be held on 26 April, is a major francophone event with a distinct local and international flavour and, as the title Le Règlement des différends à l’horizon 2050 suggests, is provocatively forward-looking. 399 more words


How to Guarantee a Government Shutdown Will not Happen

Friday presents a possibility that the government will run out of money, and will shutdown. Those who will suffer most are government employees. Those who will not suffer at all are elected officials. 319 more words

Citizens for Limited Taxation | All politics is local and sometimes, you've just got to raise hell with those occupying your government.

LM: If you live in Massachusetts or if you’re just interested in a group that has been at the forefront of limited taxation for 43 years, check out their site for interesting articles and ideas. 43 more words


A “Do Nothing” President is Unacceptable

No presidential candidate in modern history made as many promises as Donald Trump. However, if Trump is speaking, and you believe him, you have been conned. 436 more words