Back Door Worse Than No Door
By Philippe Gastonne     
Tech industry giants say they are alarmed the federal government would demand back-door access to the encryption built into their products. Are they crying crocodile tears? Maybe, but the point is still a good one. Imagine if, instead of memory chips, we were talking about your home's back door. It most likely contains a lock. Your family members have keys. They can come and go freely while others cannot. This is how locks should work. The FBI says it can't do its job unless it has unimpeded ...
Janet Yellen is Right: She Can’t Predict the Future
Editorial by Ron Paul     
This week I found myself in rare agreement with Janet Yellen when she admitted that her economic predictions are likely to be wrong. ...
Vern McKinley: Financing Failure - Panic and Lessons Learned … or Not
Interview with Vern McKinley     
I would say specifically as it relates to my research on the fiscal expenditures for bailouts that right now there is a great deal of ...