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

No, the federal seizure of Colonial Pipeline ransomware payments did not ‘break’ Bitcoin

By Andrea O'Sullivan Whenever Bitcoin makes news, there is usually a good amount of confusion amid the headlines. This is the case with the recent story about the Colonial Pipeline ransomware hack. It is fantastic that pipeline billing operations have since resumed, and that federal agents have recovered much of the ill-gotten funds. But it [...]

By |2021-06-15T10:52:15-04:00June 15th, 2021|Press|Comments Off on No, the federal seizure of Colonial Pipeline ransomware payments did not ‘break’ Bitcoin

Florida is Overcoming ‘Systemic Privilege’ By Putting Students Before the ‘System’

By William Mattox June 04, 2021 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 [...]

By |2021-06-04T10:38:16-04:00June 4th, 2021|Press|Comments Off on Florida is Overcoming ‘Systemic Privilege’ By Putting Students Before the ‘System’

Why Tesla bought bitcoin

By Andrea O'Sullivan May 20, 2021 “If you don’t believe me or don’t get it, I don’t have time to try to convince you, sorry.” —Satoshi Nakamoto, July 29, 2010 Bitcoin has weathered its fair share of theoretical criticisms over the years. It’s just like tulips. It’s insecure. It’s technically unsound. It’s on [...]

By |2021-05-21T11:36:53-04:00May 21st, 2021|Press|Comments Off on Why Tesla bought bitcoin

Guest opinion: The self-fulfilling prophecy of shortages

By Victor V. Claar May 13, 2021 On Monday evening, May 10, I bought gas as usual at Sam’s Club in Naples. I bought it because I needed it. The lines were about the same as they normally are at Sam’s that time of day, and I paid less than [...]

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A cautionary tale for ‘progressive’ states, a decade in the making

BY ROBERT MCCLURE, OPINION CONTRIBUTOR — 05/03/21 12:00 PM EDT Back in 2011, a year that seems like a lifetime ago, newly inaugurated Florida Gov. Rick Scott, now a Republican U.S. senator, made an unthinkable decision that would cause heads to turn: He stood on his principles of fiscal prudence and turned down $2.5 [...]

By |2021-07-01T15:40:21-04:00May 4th, 2021|Press|Comments Off on A cautionary tale for ‘progressive’ states, a decade in the making

Sunshine State Welcomes Cuomo ‘Refugees,’ Let’s Keep It Free

As Florida continues to serve as the shining example of how to balance the safety of citizens with economic liberty, the Sunshine State is happy to let Andrew Cuomo serve as our No. 1 real estate agent and job recruiter. There was the absurdly blatant and intentionally false hit job [...]

By |2021-07-01T15:40:35-04:00April 20th, 2021|Press|Comments Off on Sunshine State Welcomes Cuomo ‘Refugees,’ Let’s Keep It Free
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