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Secret Car Comparments? You Go to Jail!

Written by John Odermatt on November 22, 2013

Apparently, the Ohio Legislature has lost their minds. The busy bodies in the Ohio Legislature figured they could stay one step ahead of drug dealers if they criminalized the secret compartments in cars that aid in the clandestine operations of drug traffickers. The legislation, which passed the State Senate and House overwhelmingly in June 2012, […]

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Video: “LBJ Killed JFK” — the Other Stone

Written by Gary North on November 14, 2013

A crime investigator asks these questions. 1. Was there a motive? 2. Was there an opportunity? 3. Is there evidence? 4. If the answers are “yes,” and I delve into this, will anyone publish it? (This was pre-Internet.) 5. If the answer is “probably not,” why should I risk getting assassinated? (See Belzer & Wayne, […]

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Android Beats Apple: Patent-Free Competition Works Best

Written by Gary North on November 13, 2013

Apple’s iPhones and iPads are popular, but they are the wave of the past. Android is the future. The reason? Android is based on public domain software, called open source. Apple is based on patent law, attorneys, and the U.S. Government’s patent office. It is the free market vs. political rewards. The free market will […]

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Christian Economics in 15 Words

Written by Gary North on November 11, 2013

It took me from 1973 until 2012 to complete my 31-volume set, An Economic Commentary on the Bible. That was the homework assignment. Now I have to begin putting the pieces together. I want to write a large book that is comparable to Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations or Ludwig von Mises’ Human Action. But […]

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