Category Archives: Internet

Trust but verify applies not only to foreign governments.


Governance of a free people requires their continuously earned trust.  Verification is needed to preserve that trust when it is justified and to destroy that trust when it is no longer justified. That is not solely the function of the … Continue reading

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i deserv, i mean lik, yu no, more betr edutasion


the wurld aint fare and i deserv lots more betr stuff then i get.  mostli i deserv a gudd edutasion so i kan hav lotsa monie two liv gud and sav th wurld like i wanna. i weasted twelve years  … Continue reading

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Enlightened self-interest and international relations


In theory, it may beat commonly praised alternatives. But to what extent can we rely on it in practice? Bertrand Arthur William Russell, 3rd Earl Russell (1872 – 1970) was a British mathematician and philosopher. He wrote prolifically in both disciplines … Continue reading

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>Court Orders FCC to Cease Exceeding its Statutory Authority


>The decision may upset some big plans the FCC has for us On April 6, 2010, a three judge panel of the Federal Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit held unanimously in Comcast Corporation v. FCC that … Continue reading

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