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Passenger Walks Onto Delta Flight With Gun

A passenger carrying a concealed handgun was able to pass through TSA without incident at the Atlanta Airport on January 3rd to board a Delta flight to Japan. Midway through the flight the passenger disclosed to flight attendants that he was armed, apparently forgetting the firearm was in his carry-on luggage. The airliner reported the […]

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Will CEOs Save Us All?

Consumer data privacy has been big news in recent years, what with the 2017 Equifax Cyber Breach and Facebook’s Cambridge Analytics third-party vendor scandal earlier this year. Is there no one who can help the American people regain control of our private communications and information? Why, yes, there is. Harkening back to the knights of […]

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Cannabis Impact Reports Are In

Time flies when you’re having fun. It has been five years already since Colorado legalized marijuana production and use across the board: medical, recreational, and hemp. On October 26, 2018, the Colorado Division of Criminal Justice issued a comprehensive baseline report on the impacts of marijuana legalization. The study, titled “Impacts on Marijuana Legalization in […]

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Training AI to Take Our Jobs

Back in the 1970s, the American people were told that fax machines would revolutionize the modern office and create oodles of leisure time. That never happened. You Might Like In the 1980s, we were told that personal computers would do so much repetitive and math work that we would have oodles of leisure time – […]

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