Tag: Securities and Exchange Commission

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Like most people, the mysterious world of digital currencies remains for the most part…well, a bit of a mystery. I’ve occasionally dived into some readings on cryptocurrencies – and found the water to be a little chilly.  I do get the basic gist.  And I certainly understand the desire to end run governments – with…

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You have, of course, spent the last decade-plus watching the entirety of the actually-private sector “go paperless.” Meaning rather than continue to snail mail your bills and statements and other correspondence – you can choose instead to communicate with these companies electronically. You know, because we’ve invented this thing called the Internet. And with it…

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#FakeNews is currently in the news “big league.”  Thanks to ridiculous Buzzfeed’s ridiculous release of a 35-page Donald Trump disinformation litany (to which we absolutely will not link).  A litany so fake – it was printed under the heading “Disinformation.”  But ridiculous Buzzfeed released it anyway. This litany had been floating around Washington, D.C. for…

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It is one of the many, many reasons our nation’s Founding Fathers profoundly limited government. They trusted businessmen much more than they trusted government bureaucrats. Because they knew: Those who can – do. Those who can’t – regulate those who can. The Founders knew the private sector is better, stronger and faster than government. And…

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Environmentalists have long been called “watermelons” – green on the outside, red on the in. Red – as in Communist. Earth Day – also happens to be Soviet Communist Vladimir Lenin’s birthday. A coincidence, surely. Environmentalism has always been about ending capitalism. Exaggeration? 130 Environmental Groups Call For An End To Capitalism Not so much.…