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  • angelatc's Avatar
    Today, 12:21 AM
    Not per the constitution.
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  • pcosmar's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:00 PM
    Good Question It sounds like you are arguing the FOR ownership of Human beings. and the Farming of them. So,, what is your point ?
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  • pcosmar's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:55 PM
    Wrong . If a government has no money to spend it can't spend. It can still represent the people..and have NO Authority. If the people retain that authority themselves.
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  • angelatc's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:36 PM
    So you're suggesting that the fed should be able to force the cities to behave a certain way?
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  • angelatc's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:59 PM
    The more I think about it, the more the whine about the Google / Amazon spat ticks me off. If Google has a stranglehold on on-demand video service, then letting Amazon refuse to carry it would open a market up to a competitor.
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  • angelatc's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:54 PM
    The defense has the right to see the evidence, but the public doesn't.
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  • angelatc's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:50 PM
    Who granted the monopolies in the cities - the feds or the cities themselves? Because if it's the decision of the cities, the feds have no business getting involved.
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  • ChristianAnarchist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:50 PM
    We deal with a lot of people contemplating suicide. Most people only talk about it and make half serious attempts to gain attention. The one's who actually want to commit suicide don't talk about it, they do it. I can see something like this in today's climate even if it's false (and maybe especially if it's false) resulting in some guy offing himself instead of putting his family through the witch trial to follow. It's a media affair where everyone outside of the immediate family is screaming for blood and it's as scary and real as a mob with torches and pitchforks...
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  • angelatc's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:48 PM
    The drama. I'm on the edge of my seat. Maybe they could spend $30 on a Chromecast?
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  • nobody's_hero's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:31 PM
    Bingo. I don't even like Google but damn. When it comes to governance and regulations: Rule #1: Don't create monsters. Rule #2: If a monster is created, put it in a cage. Rule #3: Do not remove the cage unless the monster is dead.
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    Yesterday, 07:55 PM
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  • nobody's_hero's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:38 PM
    As DamienTV says, 'We'll see.' I've got a feeling it will be more of the 'ole cellular phone bill number-shuffle magic show where you don't actually save anything. At least with my phone, I could tell AT&T to go f'k themselves and switch back to Verizon. (then I can watch their magic show, lol). Not the greatest of options, mind you, but it's more options than I have in the broadband industry.
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  • nobody's_hero's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:40 PM
    The main driver of incentives and innovation is competition. Without that, it doesn't really matter how they choose to package and sell their data plans, or 'monetize' if you prefer the term. I'm a gamer, so I'll use Electronic Arts as a publisher for an example. EA started getting sh*tty when they began publishing half-finished games that fell short of buyer expectations and then releasing downloadable content to squeeze some extra bucks from their customers in order to enjoy the full experience. Monetize? You bet! They monetized the ever loving f'k out of their products. Now, there's nothing illegal about doing that, but it's generally not good business practice and EA's competitors caught on. Over the years, independent developers have risen up and challenged the major developers like EA, and that is going to be the only thing, if anything, that keeps EA honest. Bona-fide competition. Otherwise EA will fall from the top, deservedly so. EA's days are numbered when someone can design a game from their home and submit it to the Steam community for a greenlight. Relatively speaking, it's one of the easiest markets to enter, especially with crowdfunding where gamers can get involved early in game development and suggest things they would like to see implemented into the games before they are finished and released. The result, in most cases, is a game that is almost perfectly catered to the wishes of the consumer, rather than what some lead designer in front of an isolated office high-rise drawing-board merely *thinks* will sell really well. In the gaming world, it seems the free market is still alive and well. However, such open competition simply does not exist throughout the ISP world. Barriers to entry have made it extremely cost-prohibitive for upstart ISPs to build into an area where an incumbent ISP is already established. It is precisely these companies who have used the bully-stick of governments over the years to fortify their monopolies, and then complained when government tried to regulate them. Boo hoo I say. I'm sorry but, you'll never see me waving a banner of capitalist freedom for their sake. When they stop behaving like corporatists, I'll blow the whistle on things like Net Neutrality.
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  • nobody's_hero's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:07 PM
    Yes, well, I've had one broadband ISP provider in my area for the last decade. Probably will have one cable ISP provider for the next decade. I suppose I'm fortunate that Cox Communications, at least in my experience, hasn't treated their customers like utter sh*t compared to Comcast or Time Warner. My father lived in Jacksonville FL and I've heard horror stories of Comcast. But, there are no competitors in my area. Net Neutrality or it's repeal didn't change that. I might see some difference in how they choose to bill me. But one company in an area changing its billing strategies is not the same as having competition. That's probably been the weakest argument from the pro-repeal side since day one.
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  • nobody's_hero's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:50 PM
    I think there were companies who stood to benefit either way. I have very little faith that a lawyer who worked for Verizon pushed this repeal purely out of love for free markets. Now if he can just push for FCC repeals that actually bring competition into the broadband marketplace, we'll be all set. I've got a feeling Ajit Pai is gonna stop short of that, though.
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  • bunklocoempire's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:46 PM
    So reacting differently to the Law of the Jungle is what you consider as preferring the Law of the Jungle? Yeah, I think I'm done trying to explain to your "all ears". Thanks for your efforts in trying to make Ancapistan safe for liberty.:rolleyes: ;)
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:28 PM
    The little fagggot with the earring and the makeup... Yeah buddy, that's his own "hair"... The little fagggot got his own jet airplane... The little fagggot he's a millionaire.
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  • bunklocoempire's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:48 PM
    You'd be acknowledging that based on how you want to understand my comments, so whatever floats your individual life boat.
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  • bunklocoempire's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:09 PM
    What I am suggesting is, if I vandalize your property, worst case scenario, I forfeit my life. You as the victim will make the call, and that's okay by me. Ancapistan, where you don't have to dick around just to look busy.
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  • bunklocoempire's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:39 PM
    Here, let me help you... So simply take forgiveness the other direction and you see the instant respect that property rights get. I answered your question, I must assume that you just don't care for the implications of the most honest way to secure property rights. :p
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    Yesterday, 01:15 PM
    Foreign affairs analyst Jim Jatras joins today's Liberty Report to discuss the new US National Security Strategy scheduled to be released next week. Big changes? New approach? We'll discuss...
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  • bunklocoempire's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:00 PM
    About how fewer, ya figure? Like fewer than in a pay to play enforcement environment world?;) The quantity vs quality insight helps me understand where you're coming from. Thanks. Some folks value mutually beneficial exchanges based on relationships that don't beg for enforcement rather than mutually beneficial relationships that do beg for enforcement. Ancapistan doesn't already have enough mutually beneficial exchanges without contract enforcement? As a part-time resident of Ancapistan, *ahem*, I am not buying that.
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  • angelatc's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:04 PM
    I remember when everyone hated Ryan.
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  • bunklocoempire's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:00 PM
    Foreign affairs analyst Jim Jatras joins today's Liberty Report to discuss the new US National Security Strategy scheduled to be released next week. Big changes? New approach? We'll discuss...
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  • bunklocoempire's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:55 AM
    Before we move on... Do you recognize my #53 post relating to an idea about your scenario of Smith and Jones to be wise or not? If you don't see it as sharing wisdom, please give me your understanding of how your scenario of borrowing is better/preferred to Smith and Jones not lending/ borrowing and introducing enforcement. Thanks.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:09 AM
    The witch hunt continues. Men, avoid women like you would cops.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:52 AM
    I was fully in favor of Obama's prison reform effort and efforts to curtail asset forfeiture by government agents. Does that make me an "Obama supporter"?
    18 replies | 302 view(s)
  • Working Poor's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:28 AM
    Does anyone want to dispute what she is saying?
    1 replies | 184 view(s)
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