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SCOTUS rules in favor of raisin farmer, overturns ‘New Deal’ era law Created in 1937, The Agriculture Marketing Agreement Act was one of the several ‘New Deal’ laws passed under FDR’s administration with the intention of revitalizing the economy. After … Continue reading

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Reading miscellanea: SECTION 215 OF THE PATRIOT ACT FAILS I discussed this recently here, and while I am happy with last night’s result, the reality is that there are multiple other tools at the disposal of the federal government for … Continue reading

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Reading miscellanea: Identity Politics and their threat to liberal democracy An interesting article by Kemal Derviş, the VP of the Brookings Institute, on how identity politics are forcing politics away from economic policy to more harmful issues. I largely agree … Continue reading

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reading miscellanea: “Study: Partisans treat politics like sports, valuing a team over issues” Turns out most core voters go out to show Democrats/Republicans a lesson rather than actually caring about the issue they vote on. Pay gap between the sexes … Continue reading

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Last week’s miscellanea: 8th Grader being charged with felony for ‘hacking’ Within the tech community most people know about the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986, a federal law that is used to heavily prosecute individuals for using computers … Continue reading

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Last week’s miscellanea: Witness of Walter Scott’s murder speaks out Feidin Santana was the individual that recorded the brutal murder of Walter Scott, an unarmed 50 y.o. black male, by a North Carolina police officer and has come out to … Continue reading

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