Anyone who would worry about censorship and bias from the state should also worry when it comes from big tech companies. Here’s why.
Whether something is legal or not doesn’t connote cultural sustainability or mitigate the potential harm to our political discourse.
No other technology company in any industry forces its customers both to pay for its product and for a separate license to the patents contained therein.
Just like Melbourne cabbies, school choice opponents can cause all the irresponsible gridlock they want, but in the end they can’t halt progress.
Talk about Google being a ‘monopoly’ is an attempt to make tech giants into scapegoats for our wider frustrations with the world.
Let’s read Donald Trump’s reiterated promise to repeal Common Core, not in the ruling class’s legalistic hyperliteralism, but on Trump terms, and on the American public’s terms.
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