Securities Regulations Shackle U.S. Cryptocurrency Industry

ANDREA O'SULLIVAN September 14, 2021 Cryptocurrency is far from unregulated. In the United States, it is often overregulated. This is a big enough problem when the rules are too numerous or onerous. But to make matters worse, the rules can also be vague. And as a cherry on top, regulating agencies may [...]

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The Quarter-Million Under 20

Making sure the future is secure for the next generation of leaders BY VICTOR V. CLAAR SEPTEMBER 2, 2021 Each year Gulfshore Business recognizes its “40 under 40,” Southwest Floridians who have distinguished themselves in their professions and in the community. This is a great opportunity to celebrate our community’s young leaders [...]

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The Taliban Is No Excuse To Crack Down On Secure Tech

ANDREA O'SULLIVAN  August 8, 2021  There are a lot of ways to look at the collapse of the U.S.-backed Afghanistan government into the hands of the ever-patient Taliban. It's a pathetic and predictable end to decades of wasteful war-driven nation-building in a faraway steppe. On a deeper level, it illustrates the limits of imposing liberalism [...]

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Florida Calls a Truce in the Mask Wars

An existing school-choice program lets parents decide what’s best for their kids. Tallahassee, Fla. The Sunshine State has a peace plan for the school mask wars: educational choice. Gov. Ron DeSantis issued an executive order July 30 to “protect parents’ right to make decisions regarding masking of their children,” but [...]

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How A Sneaky Crypto Crackdown Plot Blew Up the Infrastructure Bill

How A Sneaky Crypto Crackdown Plot Blew Up the Infrastructure Bill Cryptocurrency advocates fight back against major government overreach. There's a lot to dislike about the so-called "infrastructure bill." It's a trillion-dollar spending package in a time of creeping inflation. Much of it has nothing to do with "infrastructure" at [...]

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Which Kennedy did the most for democracy? The one who started the Special Olympics

Sure, RFK and JFK were important. But one Kennedy embodied the American values of good citizenship. It’s fitting that the Olympics are concluding this weekend, only as schools begin to re-open around the country. Because when students return to the classroom, their civics teachers ought to consider asking them an [...]

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EU Bureaucrats Seek to Diminish Your Cryptocurrency Privacy

July 27, 2021 by Andrea O'Sullivan I regret to inform you that the European Union is at it again. Last week, the European Commission unveiled a new proposal to expand the bloc's financial surveillance system and ensnare more cryptocurrency transactions in its web. Wrapped in anti-terrorist rhetoric, these rules would [...]

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Guest opinion: The best competitive environment? A level playing field

By Victor V. Claar July 14, 2021 Last week President Biden unveiled his 72-point plan to bolster competition among U.S. firms. The July 9 executive order begins as follows: “A fair, open, and competitive marketplace has long been a cornerstone of the American economy, while excessive market concentration threatens basic [...]

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Is El Salvador’s Embrace of Bitcoin Good, Bad, or Both?

By Andrea O'Sullivan July 6, 2o21 Have you heard the good news? The fiduciary light of Satoshi is coming to the nation of El Salvador in a big way. Our Constantine in this case is the young and social media-savvy (and member of the bitcoin class of 2017) President Nayib [...]

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Treat all K-12 students in Florida with fairness and equity

William Mattox Throughout America, a very important – and highly racialized – conversation is taking place about overcoming injustice. Here in Florida, that conversation has often gone in a markedly different and very promising direction. And schoolchildren of color are among the greatest beneficiaries. The conversation in Florida, at least [...]

By |2021-06-17T11:26:59-04:00June 17th, 2021|Press|Comments Off on Treat all K-12 students in Florida with fairness and equity
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