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Raw Milk In Missouri: No Sales to Strangers

Written by Gary North on October 24, 2012

The Missouri Milk Board does not like unpasteurized milk. Milk boards never do. Neither do public health departments. Why not? Because pasteurization reduces the risk of milk-borne disease. Such a disease threatens the independence of the regulators. They get blamed. And, as a secondary effect, people get sick. But the key to understanding the war […]

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Google’s Policy on the Anti-Muhammed Video: Yes and No

Written by Gary North on September 17, 2012

Thew White House has asked Google to pull the anti-Muhammed video that is said to have led to violent demonstrations. Google has publicly refused. Quietly, it has restricted access to the video in a few Muslim nations and India. So, it appears that the demonstrations are no longer being fueled by the presence of the […]

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The UN Thinks It Can Tax American Internet Companies

Written by Gary North on June 11, 2012

The United Nations Organization always wants to expand its power. But it has no power without money. It has to beg governments to provide it with money. The United States government always ponies up it share. This is a waste of money. The UN would like to tap into America’s Internet market by imposing a […]

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No More Anonymity for Blog Posts in New York State

Written by Gary North on May 24, 2012

There is a group of legislators in the state of New York who have introduced a bill to ban “baseless political attacks” on the Internet. If the bill is signed into law, blogs operated in the state of New York will be required to “remove any comments posted on his or her website by an […]

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