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EFF to Supreme Court: Police Need a Warrant for Americans’ Cell Phone Location Records

Florida Case Allowing Unconstitutional Mobile Phone Tracking Needs Review by High Court Washington D.C.—Americans have the right to expect that digital records of their daily travels—when they left home, where they went, and how long they stayed—is private information, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) said in an amicus brief filed with the Supreme Court of […]

Kim Kardashian Posts a 'Corrective Ad' About Morning Sickness Pill on Instagram

Kim Kardashian Posts a 'Corrective Ad' About Morning Sickness Pill on Instagram

An Instagram post by Kim Kardashian promoting Diclegis, a morning-sickness pill, yielded a warning letter from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) earlier this month. The FDA was concerned, it said, because Kardashian’s post didn’t include potential side effects for Diclegis. In 2015, in the age of the Internet, such side effects are easy to find. Any […]

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Take a Look at Where Californians Are Fleeing To

Between 2004 and 2013 California lost nearly 1 million in population from migration, according to new Internal Revenue Service tax return data analyzed by the Sacramento Bee. The trend shows what has long been understood: the state’s economic environment is sending residents fleeing to other states. The biggest beneficiary was Texas, gaining about 600,000 from […]

The Big Lesson of Hurricane Katrina? Don't Rely on the Govt. Or the Media.

The Big Lesson of Hurricane Katrina? Don't Rely on the Govt. Or the Media.

Instapundit Glenn Reynolds’ USA Today column is about the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, which savaged New Orleans and the Gulf Coast a decade ago. His main point: Be prepared, because basically you’re on your own. After Katrina hit — not only in New Orleans, but up and down the Gulf Coast — it took a lot longer than people expected for […]

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