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fast food chains are already experimenting with automation. I predict this will speed up the process.
1 week, 4 days ago on How government may soon kill franchising as a business model in the USA
right, that's why people keep buying them.
a government "solution" to a government created problem. How about end the inflations instead?
1 week, 5 days ago on CNBC: Home prices headed for a triple dip
@Glen_Duke_2 bubbles are not success. They are a sign that the problem is growing. The correction will come, and it won't be easy. I agree the peg to the Euro should be removed, but not because it is selfish, because it is the right thing to do for the swiss people to return to a gold pegged Franc.
2 weeks, 3 days ago on Ron Paul: Will The Swiss Vote to Get Their Gold Back?
Here I thought he was just another left wing looney red. He might have been, but he seems to be more thoughtful then that now.
3 months, 1 week ago on Nirvana’s Krist Novoselic on Punk, Politics, & Why He Dumped the Dems (Great Video)
being for legalization does not mean your pro-something. It merely means you don't think it should be a crime. This is not the same thing as being all for it. Secondly, there are no "women's" rights. Women do not have rights as a class, they have the same rights everyone else has by virtue of their humanity. This group based rights stuff is bunk.
3 months, 1 week ago on Ron Paul: Wealth Inequality and Pitchforks (It’s all about crony capitalism, not capitalism)
You could make that case against Rand, but Ron as well? I think not.
Can u clarify the distinction between the two for me? Not sure I am clear on that.
6 months, 3 weeks ago on Cronies everywhere: Maryland House of Delegates votes to use threat of eminent domain to keep “House of Cards” from moving to another state
Getting a break on your taxes is not the same as taking other people's property. Tax breaks are always and every time a good thing.
8 months, 4 weeks ago on The American Reformation Has Begun, Ron Paul the Modern Day Martin Luther
It's an analogy.
@WhatsItMatter There is no need to go to the Supreme Court, the Constitution is clear. The Supremacy Clause only applies to federal laws that are "in pursuance" with the Constitution. All Kansas need do is not cooperate with the feds, and send them packing. Hopefully they will.
1 year, 5 months ago on Eric Holder Threatens Kansas in Letter on Gun Control Nullification Law
Protection schemes should all be abolished. Instead there should be freedom for brides to choose whichever professional they want, no questions asked. "Protect the local photographers" Why? If they were so awesome they would not need protection, brides would flock to them. Also there are other factors in why a bride would want to choose a photographer from "home". Whatever the reason the customers choice should be paramount. Protectionism is immoral as well if for no other reason then it uses government force to prevent perfectly moral arrangements between consenting parties simply to protect the profits of some at the expense of others. Having said that I will be legal, not because I respect such a system, but because I don't need any trouble.
1 year, 7 months ago on International Wedding Photography [Legally]
WOW, like your reading my mind. Did you follow me on my consultations?
2 years, 2 months ago on Know When to Punt: 10 Personalities of a Bad Client