Posts Tagged ‘government’

Learning the Multi-Level Marketing Business: Freedom of Commerce is What Drives Revolutions

July 21, 2013

Egypt just proved this. The whole “Arab Spring” deal was started when someone was prevented from setting up their own business (a push-cart) because the government required extensive bribes (overhead, aka taxes) in order to run that business.

The person could simply not get a job and so was starting his own business. But then it was nearly impossible to do that, either. The only alternative was to rely on government handouts – or death. He became a martyr, and a tipping point for the whole region.

Egypt (and these other countries) will solve this when they get government out of the way of people and allow them to live their own lives, respecting the freedoms of everyone.


U.S. Postal Service Logging All Mail for Law Enforcement –

July 4, 2013

As the world focuses on the high-tech spying of the National Security Agency, the misplaced card offers a rare glimpse inside the seemingly low-tech but prevalent snooping of the United States Postal Service.

How to secure and encrypt your email and other communications from PRISM and the NSA.

June 10, 2013

If you have followed the startling revelations about the scope of the U.S. government’s surveillance efforts in recent days, you may have thought you were reading about the end of privacy. But even when faced with the most ubiquitous of modern surveillance, there are ways to keep your communications away from prying eyes.