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How disbanding police can lead to less crime and less conflict
June 14, 2020
June 15, 2020. Could "common law" hold the answers to solving the problems in society? ...
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How Digital Citizens Will Become Independent of Location Based Governments
March 26, 2018
Prepare for an "upset" in the industry of governance. With so much value on the line, it is only a matter of time until better alternatives emerge to compete with current nation states. ...
The Big Con: The Truth Behind Net Neutrality and Why the Sky Is Not Falling
December 16, 2017
December 14th marked the end of the internet. At least, that is what the media, social networks... and lobbyists would have you believe. ...
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Why Rule of Law is the Most Important Product
November 22, 2017
Industries are routinely upset by new technologies. Rule of law is a product in need of innovation. The way to govern a society needs some experimentation to improve it. ...
Power Corrupts: A Culture of Compliance Breeds Despots and Predators
October 12, 2017
However, it takes a culture of entitlement and a nation of compliant, willfully ignorant, politically divided citizens to provide the foundations of tyranny. ...
How Trolls Use Patent Law to Make an Easy Buck
October 06, 2017
Patent trolls are businesses which own patents for the sole purpose of litigation. They don't make their money from producing whatever the patent secures. They make their money suing companies for patent infringement. ...
Wanted: Interplanetary Legal Experts to Hassle Asteroid Miners
August 28, 2017
Space police. When is it too soon to make a new federal policing agency to make sure no one is illegally mining asteroids? ...
Why Congress Should Not Ban Cat and Dog Meat
June 27, 2017
Bills like this are indicative of a larger political problem; no one is addressing real issues. The politicians introduce bills that make people emotional but don't really matter significantly. The USA could collapse from the debt of almost $20 trillion, but le ...