Russian hackers apply ‘sanctions’ by stealing credit card data from Home Depot
A data breach that might be several times worse than the big Target heist.
Goodlatte: Innovation Act protects creators, beats back patent trolls
In an exclusive interview, the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee lays out his motivation for championing the Innovation Act.
Google, patent trolls lose out; Goodlatte accepts Collins’ AIA Section 18 save
Intellectual property patent holders dodged a bullet as the Innovation Act makes its way through Congress.
Obama IT chief really, really doesn’t want to testify about Obamacare
Todd Park’s biggest project was the development of the Obamacare website healthcare.gov.
What happened to all of Obama’s technology czars?
As usual, “screw up, move up” is standard bureaucratic operating procedure.
Want to hunt a drone? Go to this Colorado town
Drone hunting season: coming soon in Colorado?
Should non-violent felons have the right to vote?
“As governor, one of my public safety priorities has been prisoner and juvenile offender re-entry”
Who’s Tracking Your Children?
The principal “did as she was told,” no questions asked, just like a compliant servant of Big Brother is expected to do.
A ruling to bark about
Should judges, acting as robed legislators, decide which creatures should be given elevated status?
The Bullying Pulpit
Big-spending liberals in Congress have a lot more to do with creating that deficit than any private citizen has.
Liberty, Where Have You Gone?
We must look back and remember the foundations and timeless principles upon which this nation was built.