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The Supreme Court’s Supremely Terrible Campaign Finance Ruling

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The Supreme Court’s Supremely Terrible Campaign Finance Ruling
In a decision that surprised no one, the U.S. Supreme Court’s five conservative judges again struck down limitations on election spending. The Court recently ruled in McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission that restricting the amount of money a person can contribute to candidates, political action committees (PACs), and political parties in a two-year election cycle…
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We’re Not The Best (And That’s Okay)

We’re Not The Best (And That’s Okay)

Growing up in suburban Mentor, Ohio, I had a dream. My dream was to be the number one draft pick for the Cleveland Browns, Cavaliers and Indians after winning a NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship at the University Of Kentucky. This at no point during my youth seemed like a lofty goal. It seemed attainable and…
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Cuomo And de Blasio: Friendly Fire

Cuomo And de Blasio: Friendly Fire

New York is a blue state, although like all blue states, the shade varies with the population density. Last November, three-term Mayor Michael Bloomberg left office and was replaced by Bill de Blasio. Mayor Bloomberg has an estimated net worth of $33 billion and is the 11th richest person in the United States. (Forbes lists…
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Digitizing Dealerships? Don’t hold your breath

Digitizing Dealerships? Don’t hold your breath

The Internet has fundamentally changed the way we buy products—everything from music to groceries. Similarly, advances in the 3D printing are propelling a dramatic shift in the way we manufacture all this stuff. But while so many industries have faced disruption as a result of the growth of personal computing (such as the record business,…
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New Technology Aims To End Senseless Gun Deaths

New Technology Aims To End Senseless Gun Deaths

The Armatix iP1 pistol ran into trouble in California, but has an edge in New Jersey, subject to approval. The pistol, made by German company Armatix GmbH, is the first smart gun approved for the American market. The pistol is a 22-caliber automatic which takes a 10 round magazine. It is sold with a wristwatch…
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