Civil Asset Forfeiture

  Civil Asset Forfeiture Injustice Your property can be taken by the police for no reason—and it’s guilty until you prove it innocent. By: Dan Smith Civil asset forfeiture is an area of law which permits local, state or federal law enforcement to seize your money or other property (car, home, etc.) if they suspect […]

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 Cryptocurrency and the Blockchain

New York Has Tried to Kill off Cryptocurrencies—We Shouldn’t Let Them Embracing the Future of Transactions By Dan Smith Most people don’t know much about cryptocurrencies. They know even less about blockchain. But a lot of people have heard about Bitcoin—it’s that computer money that made some geeks multimillionaires in 2017, but then its price […]

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 Certificates of Need

When the Government Fails, Don’t Blame the Market By: Aaron Segal   In the United States, the land of the free, the champion of capitalism, and the pinnacle of innovation, you have to ask your competitors for permission to start a business.  Specifically, a business that provides medical treatment to people.  If you want to […]

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 Innovation and Change in Education

Education is one of the most essential experiences we demand for ourselves and our children. Whether it is teaching manners, arithmetic, or how to succeed in life, we want the most outstanding education possible. The goal is the same for most people: personalized, accessible, and affordable schooling that leads to success in the workforce, and […]

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