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Aug 302015
 

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So You Think You Know the Second Amendment? – The New Yorker

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Jul 222015
 

Does the Second Amendment prevent Congress from passing gun-control laws? The question, which is suddenly pressing, in light of the reaction to the school massacre in Newtown, is rooted in politics as much as law.

For more than a hundred years, the answer was clear, even if the words of the amendment itself were not. The text of the amendment is divided into two clauses and is, as a whole, ungrammatical: A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. The courts had found that the first part, the militia clause, trumped the second part, the bear arms clause. In other words, according to the Supreme Court, and the lower courts as well, the amendment conferred on state militias a right to bear armsbut did not give individuals a right to own or carry a weapon.

Enter the modern National Rifle Association. Before the nineteen-seventies, the N.R.A. had been devoted mostly to non-political issues, like gun safety. But a coup dtat at the groups annual convention in 1977 brought a group of committed political conservatives to poweras part of the leading edge of the new, more rightward-leaning Republican Party. (Jill Lepore recounted this history in a recent piece for The New Yorker.) The new group pushed for a novel interpretation of the Second Amendment, one that gave individuals, not just militias, the right to bear arms. It was an uphill struggle. At first, their views were widely scorned. Chief Justice Warren E. Burger, who was no liberal, mocked the individual-rights theory of the amendment as a fraud.

But the N.R.A. kept pushingand theres a lesson here. Conservatives often embrace originalism, the idea that the meaning of the Constitution was fixed when it was ratified, in 1787. They mock the so-called liberal idea of a living constitution, whose meaning changes with the values of the country at large. But there is no better example of the living Constitution than the conservative re-casting of the Second Amendment in the last few decades of the twentieth century. (Reva Siegel, of Yale Law School, elaborates on this point in a brilliant article.)

The re-interpretation of the Second Amendment was an elaborate and brilliantly executed political operation, inside and outside of government. Ronald Reagans election in 1980 brought a gun-rights enthusiast to the White House. At the same time, Orrin Hatch, the Utah Republican, became chairman of an important subcommittee of the Senate Judiciary Committee, and he commissioned a report that claimed to find clearand long lostproof that the second amendment to our Constitution was intended as an individual right of the American citizen to keep and carry arms in a peaceful manner, for protection of himself, his family, and his freedoms. The N.R.A. began commissioning academic studies aimed at proving the same conclusion. An outr constitutional theory, rejected even by the establishment of the Republican Party, evolved, through brute political force, into the conservative conventional wisdom.

And so, eventually, this theory became the law of the land. In District of Columbia v. Heller, decided in 2008, the Supreme Court embraced the individual-rights view of the Second Amendment. It was a triumph above all for Justice Antonin Scalia, the author of the opinion, but it required him to craft a thoroughly political compromise. In the eighteenth century, militias were proto-military operations, and their members had to obtain the best military hardware of the day. But Scalia could not create, in the twenty-first century, an individual right to contemporary military weaponslike tanks and Stinger missiles. In light of this, Scalia conjured a rule that said D.C. could not ban handguns because handguns are the most popular weapon chosen by Americans for self-defense in the home, and a complete prohibition of their use is invalid.

So the government cannot ban handguns, but it can ban other weaponslike, say, an assault rifleor so it appears. The full meaning of the courts Heller opinion is still up for grabs. But it is clear that the scope of the Second Amendment will be determined as much by politics as by the law. The courts will respond to public pressureas they did by moving to the right on gun control in the last thirty years. And if legislators, responding to their constituents, sense a mandate for new restrictions on guns, the courts will find a way to uphold them. The battle over gun control is not just one of individual votes in Congress, but of a continuing clash of ideas, backed by political power. In other words, the law of the Second Amendment is not settled; no law, not even the Constitution, ever is.

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Almost a quarter of UK firms 'whittle down tax bills' using tax havens and loopholes, says new analysis

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Apr 142015
 

By City & Finance Reporter for the Daily Mail

Published: 17:06 EST, 13 April 2015 | Updated: 17:06 EST, 13 April 2015

Almost a quarter of British firms are paying far lower taxes than the rates demanded by the countries in which they operate, an international study has suggested.

Analysis of more than 1,000 listed companies by MSCI found a tax gap of 56billion from firms using tax havens and loopholes to whittle down their bills.

By comparing the overall tax payments of the companies against the corporation tax rates levied in the countries where they did business, the investment research group was able to determine how many companies were scrimping on payments.

Tax loophole: Almost a quarter of British firms are paying far lower taxes than the rates demanded by the countries in which they operate, an international study has suggested

In the UK, 16 of the 71 included businesses had a tax gap of more than 10 per cent, it said.

MSCI director Linda-Eling Lee said these firms faced the prospect of falling profits if the tax loopholes were closed, as well as reputational risk if they are exposed for minimising tax.

The findings will inflame the debate around the issue of legal but dubious avoidance of tax.

The Government has sought to lead an international crackdown on what it sees as immoral tax dodging by multinational firms.

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PAUL WESTON LIBERTY GB: I’M AN ISLAMO REALIST – Video

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PAUL WESTON LIBERTY GB: I'M AN ISLAMO REALIST
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Rand Paul, Media Darling

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Apr 112015
 

Five reasons why the Kentucky senator trails Ted Cruz in fundraising, but is still stealing the spotlight.

If youre a member of the Washington media, odds are youve spent at least some time over the past 48 hours discussing Rand Pauls entry into the presidential race and his testy exchanges about abortion with an Associated Press reporter. Reporters and pundits have covered Pauls debut for The Washington Post, NPR, The Huffington Post, and the Today Show. The Daily Beast offered space to the libertarian Cato Institutes David Boaz to argue that yes, Paul can do it. In The Hill, Dick Morris argued that he cant.

Meanwhile, the disclosure that Ted Cruzalso a declared candidate for presidentraised $31 million in a week, although certainly reported, seems to have aroused nothing like this kind of media excitement. Google News tallied half as many citations for Can Ted Cruz win? as for Can Rand Paul win? Chris Cillizza explained why Cruz chose to announce at Liberty University but had this to say about the candidates prospects: “Cruz badly needs social conservatives on his side if he wants to have any serious chance at being the Republican nominee in 2016and then went on to explain why that was unlikely to happen. Mark Halperin dismissed Cruz as a second-tier candidate.

Yet to the extent there are metrics, Cruz is outperforming Paul in the first phases of the presidential race. Not only has Cruz raised more money than Paul, but a National Journal survey of social media found that Cruzs presidential launch attracted dramatically more social media interaction than Pauls.

Neither man has an easy or obvious path to the nomination. Both men face powerful, perhaps insuperable, opposition within the party. Pauls path is probably even more emphatically foredoomed, but at a minimum it is surely no less foredoomed.

So why is Paul a favorite topic of media speculation, while Cruz cant make news?

Id offer five reasons. Theyre interesting in themselves, I think, but also interesting as examples of how news organizations can systematically mis-evaluate political realities.

1. Home-Court Advantage

If you live and work in Washington, D.C., its easy to imagine libertarianism as a powerful national movement. Washington is home to Reason magazine and the Cato Institute, and to dozens of hard-working and talented libertarian writers, commentators, and policy analysts. Its easy here to lose sight of the extreme marginality of the doctrine in the nation as a wholeespecially because libertarianism as we see it in the capital looks a lot more like the preferred politics of the institutional media (socially permissive, fiscally cautious) than like the Lincoln-hating, bullion-believing, conspiracy-mongering politics of libertarianism beyond the Beltway at the Ron Paul Institute, Antiwar.com, or the Ludwig von Mises Institute. Journalists are consequently vulnerable to claims that libertarianism appeals to independents, Millennials, or some other demographically desirable groupno matter how overwhelmingly such claims are contradicted by the evidence. Meanwhile, the conservative Christian evangelicalism to which Ted Cruz looks for his base remains perhaps more underrepresented in D.C. media and culture than any other major American social group. D.C. journalists intellectually apprehend that evangelicals are important, but they have a hard time remembering that fact when they offer their commentary.

2. Media Management

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Student: University presidents should take stronger stances against racism

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Apr 082015
 

How should a university president balance the Constitutional right to free speech against the responsibility to ensure students feel safe on campus after finding something as shocking as a noose, for example, hung by an undergraduate at Duke University?

Many students have demanded a strong response to show the university will not tolerate bigotry, while others caution that the First Amendment protects even the most hateful of speech. In every recent case, university leaders have unequivocally condemned the speech in question. But their other actions have varied.

Riley Brands, the editor-in-chief ofThe Daily Texan, the student newspaper of the University of Texas at Austin, has this take:

Just this semester, several racially-charged incidents have shaken universities. These incidents have tested university leaders resolve to promote an inclusive learning environment on their campuses.

In at least one case, a university president has been bold and stated unequivocally his intolerance for intolerance.

In others, however, fear or weakness has held university presidents back.

Last week, University of Maryland President Wallace D. Loh announced that a vile e-mail sent by a fraternity member violated no university rules and was protected by the First Amendment. The e-mail contained racial slurs and dismissed the idea of sexual consent.

Read more about the e-mail here.

In early February, my paper,The Daily Texan, broke the story of a racially insensitive party at the Phi Gamma Delta, or Fiji, fraternity house just off campus. The theme party, which the president of the fraternity told us was western, saw attendees in hard hats with the names Jefe and Pablo Sanchez written on them as well as reflective vests and work gloves. Some at the party said the theme was border control.

The uproar online was swift and vigorous. Many called for severe action against the fraternity.

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Indiana Has Changed Its Religious Liberty Law. Here Is What That Means. – Video

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Apr 072015
 



Indiana Has Changed Its Religious Liberty Law. Here Is What That Means.
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Young The Giant – Islands (Ark Patrol Remix) – Video

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Apr 072015
 



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Do liberals believe in free speech? The Trevor Noah controversy – Video

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Apr 022015
 



Do liberals believe in free speech? The Trevor Noah controversy
On Black, White and Politically Incorrect, Susan Patton and I discuss the recent controversy over Trevor Noah, the man slated to take over for Jon Stewart on The Daily Show. We also ask whether…

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Bitcoin Wallet by Airbitz

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Mar 292015
 

Powerful and easy to use Bitcoin Wallet allowing users to easily control their own bitcoin private keys with the familiarity and ease of mobile banking.Take control of your funds! With Airbitz, only YOU have access to your funds or transaction data. Neither Airbitz or any 3rd party can access your money or data. You get the financial privacy and autonomy Bitcoin was designed for with the ease of use even grandma could handle.With a focus on delivering an amazing user experience, the Airbitz wallet provides the following great functionality: Zero-knowledge & zero-access to user funds, keys, or transaction data by Airbitz or 3rd parties Pay using Bluetooth (BLE) without needing QR codes Simple account creation using just a login & password (no printing of PDFs, writing down pass phrases, or adding encryption settings) Automatic encrypted wallet backup to redundant peer-to-peer cloud servers One-Touch 2-Factor Authentication for the easiest-to-secure wallet in the world Quickly switch accounts with username drop down on login screens Multi-device synchronization across iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Android devices Hierarchical Deterministic wallets with changing addresses per transaction Multiple wallets per account with simple user defined wallet names (ie. Vacation Fund) Multiple fiat currency support. Assign a fiat currency per wallet Search transactions by payee, category, or notes Built in calculator for easy conversions Merchant Mode enabling easy and fluid UI behind the counter Partial payment detection creates a new QR code payment request with remaining balance Daily spending limits (require password to spend above limit) PIN-requiring spending limits Two-tap quick UI to transfer funds between wallets Import funds from WIF or Casascius private keys Decentralized server architecture. Wallets work even if Airbitz servers are down. Integration with the Airbitz Business directory to auto-complete business information for transactions including business logo/photo Integration with address book to auto-complete payee name and photo Open-source code. Available on http://github.com/Airbitz********* Privacy Notice *********The Airbitz application requests access to the device contact list, location, and personal information. This information is used on the device to provide an improved user experience in the following ways:1. Autocomplete contacts from the user’s address book after a transaction2. Autocomplete contacts from the user’s address book to send Email or SMS payment requests3. Autocomplete business listings names after a transaction4. Geolocate user’s device to find nearby businessesNo personal info or contact list info ever leaves the device without first being encrypted by the user’s credentials (username/password). Neither Airbitz nor any 3rd party has knowledge of the information accessed by the application.

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Bitcoin Generator Hack tool | Free Download | NO SURVEY | Daily Updated – Video

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OBAMA SNUB? Reportedly avoids NATO chief amid growing Russia threat

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Mar 252015
 

FILE – In this Feb. 5, 2014 file photo, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg speaks during a media conference at NATO headquarters in Brussels. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo, File)

President Barack Obama reportedly will not meet with NATO’s new secretary general when he is in Washington this week, despite requests from the alliance chief’s staff for a get-together.

Bloomberg View reported Tuesday that Jens Stoltenberg’s office requested a meeting with Obama in advance of his scheduled visit, but did not receive any response from the White House. Instead, Bloomberg View reported that Stoltenberg had to settle for a last-minute meeting with Defense Secretary Ashton Carter.

Stoltenberg is scheduled to be in Washington through Thursday, primarily so he can attend a strategic brainstorming session involving military officials and experts from the U.S and NATO.

Stoltenberg, who replaced Anders Fogh Rasmussen as head of the world’s largest military alliance in October, was able to meet with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper Monday, the day before Harper announced that Canada would expand its participation in the U.S.-led military campaign against ISIS in Iraq and Syria.

The report of Obama’s snub comes amid Russia’s growing willingness to test NATO’s military readiness. On Tuesday, NATO jets were scrambled after four Russian military planes were spotted flying over the Baltic Sea with their transponders turned off. Over the weekend, a Danish newspaper published remarks by the Russian ambassador to Denmark in which he hinted that Russian missiles could target Danish warships if Copenhagen joins NATO’s missile defense system.

But the most far-reaching example of Russianbelligerence came Tuesday, when Britain’s Daily Telegraph reported that Moscow was preparing to lease 12 long-range bombers to Argentina in exchange for shipments of beef and wheat. The report comes after a round of rhetoric from Russian officials questioning Britain’s claim to the Falkland Islands.

The Telegraph reports that Russia’s ambassador to Britain, Alexander Yakovenko, compared a 2013 referendum in which 99.8 percent of Falklands inhabitants voted to remain part of the U.K. to last year’s vote which formalized Crimea’s annexation by Russia. Britain, along with the U.S. and NATO, denounced the Crimea referendum as a sham orchestrated by Moscow.

British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond repeated those claims earlier this week, prompting the Russian embassy to respond, “In its rhetoric [the] Foreign Office applies one logic to the referendum in the Malvinas/Falklands, and a different one to the case of Crimea.”

Alexei Pushkov, the head of the Dumas committee of international affairs, was even more blunt in a Twitter message that read, in part, “Crimea has immeasurably more reason to be a part of Russia than the Falkland Islands to be part of the U.K.”

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Rathke: NATO exercises dont raise tensions. 20 March 2015 (& Matt Lee) – Video

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Liberty Middle School principal resigns after bullying case

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Mar 182015
 

LIBERTY, MO (KCTV) –

A Missouri middle school principal is resigning in the wake of a boy with Asperger’s syndrome being brutally attacked at school.

Monday night Liberty Public Schools says their board of education granted Dan Weakley a personal leave of absence for the rest of the 2014-2015 school year, effective immediately. Weakley will then resign as principal at the end of the school year.

In a letter sent home to Liberty Middle School parents and guardians, Weakley said he was stepping down to allow the school less distraction. This came after the story of Blake Kitchen being punched and thrown to the ground by an older student in the school’s cafeteria got widespread local attention.

Dear Parent/Guardian:

Many of you have likely read about a serious student incident that occurred at our school a few weeks ago. As part of that story, much focus has been on me as the building leader. In order to allow the school less distraction and continued focus on student learning I have asked the Board of Education to allow me to take a leave of absence for personal reasons. The Board of Education has granted that request.

It is with heavy heart that I also inform you that I have decided to resign as Principal of Liberty Middle School at the end of the school year. The District has assigned additional administrative help for my time of leave. I ask that you give them your full support. Please know that I have thoroughly enjoyed working with Liberty Middle students for the past 8 years. I will miss the daily interactions with students, staff and the greater Liberty Public Schools community.

Sincerely,

DAN WEAKLEY

Blake, 12, came back to school Monday after his 14-year-old attacker went away to juvenile detention.

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West Chester vs. West Liberty in NCAA 1st round game. – Video

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Mar 152015
 



West Chester vs. West Liberty in NCAA 1st round game.
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Bitcoin company raises $116M: Report

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Mar 112015
 

That tech is the underpinning of the bitcoin cryptocurrency system, and acts as an unchangeable universal record system (that has obvious applications for financial transactions, but could also prove a key backbone for a number of future uses).

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One such application could be in the often-foretold “Internet of Things.” This is the idea that, in the future, our daily lives will interact with a “network of billions of intelligent devices,” according to IBM.

In fact, IBM released an investigation into this concept, concluding that “the ‘blockchain’ offers a very elegant solution” for many of the logistical issues surrounding the Internet of Things.

Although the company’s exact goals are as-yet unknown, 21 co-founder Balaji Srinivasan (who is also a general partner at Andreessen Horowitz) once gave a talk about breaking free from the rule of governments and old institutions by building “a world run by software.” (Originally pointed out by Reddit user Noosterdam.)

For more on 21’s funding, see The Wall Street Journal’s report.

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Mar 112015
 

That tech is the underpinning of the bitcoin cryptocurrency system, and acts as an unchangeable universal record system (that has obvious applications for financial transactions, but could also prove a key backbone for a number of future uses).

Read MoreForget currency, bitcoin’s tech is the revolution

One such application could be in the often-foretold “Internet of Things.” This is the idea that, in the future, our daily lives will interact with a “network of billions of intelligent devices,” according to IBM.

In fact, IBM released an investigation into this concept, concluding that “the ‘blockchain’ offers a very elegant solution” for many of the logistical issues surrounding the Internet of Things.

Although the company’s exact goals are as-yet unknown, 21 co-founder Balaji Srinivasan (who is also a general partner at Andreessen Horowitz) once gave a talk about breaking free from the rule of governments and old institutions by building “a world run by software.” (Originally pointed out by Reddit user Noosterdam.)

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How London is 'safe haven' for money laundering

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Mar 112015
 

Around 36,000 London properties are thought to be owned by hidden firms Transparency International say the firms are registered in offshore havens The charity fears many properties are being used to stash corrupt money One in ten properties in Westminster are owned by offshore companies Charity urges government to make sure UK doesn’t become a destination for ‘global corruption’

By Louise Eccles Business Correspondent For The Daily Mail

Published: 01:55 EST, 4 March 2015 | Updated: 06:25 EST, 4 March 2015

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International criminals are using British property as their preferred safe haven to stash their corrupt money, a startling report claims.

Transparency International UK said 36,000 London properties are owned by hidden companies registered in offshore havens.

They fear many of these are being used by corrupt overseas politicians from the worlds poorest countries who want to hide their criminal cash.

A new report has revealed that thousands of homes in London are being bought anonymously by offshore companies so they can hide corrupt money (file picture)

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Obama Passionately Assures NATO Allies – Video

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Mar 102015
 



Obama Passionately Assures NATO Allies
Speaking in Poland, President Obama promised to defend any act of aggression against America's allies in the NATO alliance. Subscribe to The Daily Conversati. Speaking in Poland, President…

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