A chain is only as strong as its weakest link, and in a blockchain that link lies in the form of its founders. Getting nodes to achieve consensus is easy compared to the difficulty of getting humans to achieve consensus. The greatest challenge that n
A bill proposed in the U.S. House of Representatives known as the "Unmasking Antifa Act of 2018" would seek to criminalize "committing certain offenses while in disguise."
Australia's financial press is expecting that the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) will take a hard stance on cryptocurrency investors this tax season, with the ATO recently vowing to leverage international data-matching agreements in order to trac
New Jersey governor Phil Murphy is expected to sign a bill that would dedicate $5 million in government funding to local media projects.
Since the infamous Bitlicense was put into effect, the ecosystem has fought for its removal. It turns out to be much harder in practice than in theory to oust a law once it's put into effect. The good news is groups like Startup Cities are on the c
It's time to stop sending up so much garbage.
The Supreme Court just overturned a 1992 ruling (which had limited online tax collections), thus freeing states and local governments to start collecting billions of dollars in sales taxes from internet retailers that don't currently charge tax to
Canada has approved legalizing Cannabis...
A new "copyright directive" could change the internet forever by making it illegal to share memes online.
California's 168-year run as a single entity, hugging the continent's edge for hundreds of miles and sprawling east across mountains and desert, could come to an end next year -- as a controversial plan to split the Golden State into three new j
Here's just another way that Communist Democrats are attempting to regulate and restrict your God-given right to keep and bear arms. A bill introduced last week in the House by Representative Bobby Rush as H.R. 6024 and in the Senate as S.3002 by
President Donald Trump has kept a watchful eye over the bureaucracy in Washington D.C. in order to make the firings and cuts needed to cut the administrative state down to size. Congress is starting to follow his lead, as the House of Representatives
Police say the killer of six people in the Phoenix area, including a prominent forensic psychiatrist who testified against the shooter in a divorce case years ago, used a gun that he legally owned despite a previous domestic violence arrest.
The Governors Highway Safety Association calls itself "The State's Voice on Highway Safety" and holds annual training meetings to indoctrinate law enforcement agencies all across the country. However, the GHSA should genuinely call itself "Th
Governor Jerry Brown is retiring but not before he passes a few draconian laws as parting gifts for California. Two bills were signed into law on Thursday of last week to "help California be better prepared for future droughts and the effects of cl
The Democratic Party, which supports children experimenting with hormone blockers to become "transgender," is overwhelmingly against terminally ill patients being allowed to experiment with non-FDA approved drugs.
President Donald Trump has championed the right for terminally-ill patients to try medications that have not been fully approved by the FDA. Legislation to enact this was recently approved by Congress and put on the President's desk, but it may all
President Donald Trump signs a bill rolling back certain bank regulations into law.
While the federal government continues to give itself more power, one state has passed a law that bans NSA data collection without due process.
Counties across Oregon are passing so-called Second Amendment Preservation ordinances in response to the proposed gun control measure known as Initiative Proposition 43 which they say is designed to take their guns.
Senator Bob Corker has introduced a new authorization for use of military force (AUMFs) that some critics are calling a "blank check" for global war.