An unprovoked attack is always wrong everywhere, but can a law professor and attorney-at-law prove the biological basis for their field?
NPR writer Alva Noë says privacy is unimportant, but from the very start of his argument Noë is confused about what privacy is.
Three part time employees equals two full time employees while avoiding $4,000 in annual fines.
The Affordable Care Act encourages everyone to get health care insurance by punishing those who don’t. Proponents of Obamacare justify this saying that health care is a human right. But is it?
Corporations go bankrupt for a wide variety of reasons, but there’s only one reason for municipalities.
Money is not the source of the corruption in Congress.
The complete guide to saving money while washing your clothes. What temperature should the water be? What cycle should I use? What detergent should I use?
We need to protect more of our natural rights by enumerating them.
Thanks to the public record, pieces of otherwise random information can be used to precisely identify an individual. Find out what some of the most common data leaks are in your life.
If there isn’t a strong enough outcry, these practices will become institutionalized.
Many people have asked what can be done. Here is a proposal.
“If they were in my position, and, you know, you live a privileged life—you’re living in Hawaii, in Paradise, and making a ton of money—what would it take to make you leave everything behind?”
David John Marotta and Megan Russell were interviewed on radio 1070 WINA’s Schilling Show discussing privacy and proposing an amendment on the right to privacy of correspondence.
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Some of the Confederate edits to the Constitution would have helped prevent a lot of the federal mischief we’ve experienced.
We were surprised by some of the reactions to our recent article on protective tariffs as one of the primary causes of the Civil War.
Milestones in life encourage advice. In 2012, I graduated, got married, and started a job and then this year, I bought a house. I received a lot of great advice, but here is some of the worse advice I was given.
Many Americans do not fully understand the causes of the Civil War.
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It’s hard to believe they would both protest a tariff-created monopoly at the Boston Tea Party and then create one at the first congress.
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Don’t hesitate to take advantage of this tax code oddity.
This kitten isn’t afraid of the markets. Be more like this kitten.
Without public accountability, people are rightly suspicious that even the legitimate operations of government are corrupt.
“Don’t air condition the outside” and “Turn the lights off when you leave a room” are often quoted as proverbs of energy savings, but the real savings is in several other appliances.
Fearful of monetary or societal failure, many hope that owning gold will bring them peace of mind.
Some struggles are inevitable, but others are decided by who you marry. This kitten married well.
Compliance isn’t just a technical burden. It is a threat of legal liability. The bill allows state tax audits by any state against any online vendor.
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It is not a new tax. It is simply a tax that nearly everyone currently reading this column is successfully evading without prosecution.
Matthew Illian says young adults should read one personal finance book a year to expand their financial literacy. See what books we would recommend.
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Do infant industries need tariffs to protect them from their own inefficiency and stupidity?
As the wife of a 2013 college graduate and a 2012 college graduate myself, I can boldly say this was the most helpful advice given to me.
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Perhaps we would be economically better off with global trade, but do we have an obligation to maintain a higher moral standard?
This kitten buys the coat not the coal. Be more like this kitten.
$3 million today has the same buying power as $500,000 in 1970.
These kittens have college savings plans. Be more like these kittens.
America will continue to lose jobs where we don’t have a comparative advantage and gain jobs where we do. This change should be welcome.
For families with complexity to their finances, hiring a tax professional actually saves them money. Wealth managers bring benefit to such families in the same way.
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Without any authorizing legislation, the U.S. government has quietly taken more value than Cyprus tried and failed to confiscate.
This kitten lives below her means. Be more like this kitten.
As one of Forbes’s 25 largest fictional companies, Stark International could avoid $4 billion in U.S. corporate taxes with this one simple technique.
If you look beyond the short term, making this move is pretty clearly worse than using a high-interest credit card to pay your bills.
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If you’ve disagreed with our most recent two articles on free trade, then I challenge you to respond to these questions. Anyone?