Travel is About to Get More Taxing
Creating a different set of tax laws, different from those already in place for hotels or services, is moving in the wrong direction.
The U.S. Senate Voted to Oppose Freedom
Technology is a tool that can be used for good or evil, to empower the state or empower the people. We must choose continued individual liberty.
'Lame Duck' Internet Betrayal?
Imagine the surprise that online customers will receive when the lame duck Senate massively expands government power via the Internet.
Innovation: The Shape of Things to Come
For our innovation economy to flourish, we need a robust, functioning patent system, and ending the litigation treadmill would play a positive role.
You Buy It, You Own It. But What If You Leased It?
Liberty-based solutions are better than voiding or limiting contracts, and forcing others to surrender their property.
Black Thursday Is Coming in December: Politicians Want Green, Taxpayers Will See Red!
A tax increase is usually the result of Congress acting; in this case Americans will get an estimated $14.7 billion tax increase next year if Congress doesn't act—by passing an extension of the Internet Tax Freedom Act. The obstacle to this extension is Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who has his own tax-increase legislation, the Mainstreet Fairness Act.
Are We Destined To Surf The UN-Net?
There is intense international pressure to have a UN-type organization take control of Internet governance, fundamentally changing ICANN into an international governmental regulatory agency.
Dear FCC: The Power to Regulate State Affairs Belongs to the State
The FCC has no authority to sweep aside state law in order to promote municipally owned broadband networks.
The FCC Is Cruisin' for Another Bruisin'
In which a federal agency oversteps its legal authority and opposes state efforts to save taxpayer dollars. Again.
What Software Patents Have Wrought: 'A lottery ticket to a lawsuit'
In June, the Supreme Court held that abstract ideas are not patentable and that merely implementing them via computer was not enough to make them so. While this decision provides some help, Congress must act to clarify the situation and end the very real harm to the overall patent system.
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