How “pro-choice” are Democrats?
— Frank H. Knight, On the History and Method of Economics, (University of Chicago Press, 1956), p. 222 (via utilitymaximiser)
(Source: ordnungsokonomik, via )
John Naughton, The Guardian. NSA surveillance: don’t underestimate the extraordinary power of metadata.
Related: Ars Technica reports, “For the past two years, a secretive unit in [England’s] Metropolitan Police has been developing the tools for blanket surveillance of the public’s social media conversations. Operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week, a staff of 17 officers in the National Domestic Extremism Unit (NDEU) has been scanning the public’s tweets, YouTube videos, Facebook profiles, and anything else UK citizens post in the public online sphere.”
Ars Technica, Meet PRISM’s little brother: Socmint.
back on the blogosphere.
Remind me to never get in twitter debates with idiots ever again………
The market for private healthcare in Sweden is small. Few people can afford it since they already pay 70 percent tax for all of their “free” stuff....”
in america a woman has to stand for 13 hours and neglect basic human necessities like eating and...
- ivanarchist said:doesn't that define almost any political opinion?
Abortion isn’t really political though. It’s much like Gay Marriage in that its based on personal opinion and religious belief.