Those that know me know that I am not a fan of Wikileaks.  I am in full favor of the beat down of Julian Assange and fully believe the guy is a traitor to allied nations in the war against terror.  And while in advance of the most recent leaks, I obviously wouldn’t have supported […]

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Originally published at The Daily Caller.

Yesterday Melissa Clouthier, whom many of you know as @MelissaTweets on Twitter, wrote a post about the “needless division between social cons and fiscal cons.” Clouthier believes that the 60 additional GOP congressmen and six additional GOP senators are already finding areas within the […]

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Originally published at The Daily Caller.

The link that you can find here leads to a list of the 95 Democrats that were in support of net neutrality legislation.  If you were curious how many of them we in the free market still have to contend with, I went ahead and did […]

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Originally published at thelobbyist and The Daily Caller.

Today is a great day for Conservatives.  There is a weariness in our souls that has somewhat dissipated.  But something has been troubling me for some time now, and I think that it is important that we all take a minute to find some perspective.

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Originally published at DigitalSociety.

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Vernor v. Autodesk, Inc

Just over a month ago on September 10th, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals gave decision on a long standing case, Vernor v. Autodesk, Inc.  Where first sale doctrine applies to copyright, the […]

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Originally published at DigitalSociety.

Mashable posted a story late in the day on Wednesday about Facebook spending $6,600 lobbying against a social networking bill in California.  The California bill, which can be found here, was set to make it illegal for any social networking site user from the state of […]

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