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Some Basics of State Domination and Public Submission :: The Mises Economics Blog: The Circle Bastiat

Some Basics of State Domination and Public Submission :: The Mises Economics Blog: The Circle Bastiat | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
Familiarity may indeed, as the saying goes, breed contempt, but it also breeds a sort of somnolence.
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For the past 5,000 to 10,000 years, however, ultimately for nearly all of the world’s people, the state has existed as an ever-present predator and all-around abuser of human rights, its power to dominate and plunder propped up by its adroit exploitation of people’s fears, many of which have been of the state itself, others of external threats to life and limb from which the state purported to protect its subjects. In any event, nearly everyone eventually became incapable of even imagining social life without a state.

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>Government cancer deprives host economy of critical resources. How do we treat this disease?!
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8 digital skills we must teach our children

8 digital skills we must teach our children | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it

The way children use technology is very different from adults. This gap makes it difficult for parents and educators to fully understand the risks and threats that children could face online. As a result, adults may feel unable to advise children on the safe and responsible use of digital technologies. Likewise, this gap gives rise to different perspectives of what is considered acceptable behaviour.


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Protect our future through our children 
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Christiane Windhausen's curator insight, June 26, 9:08 AM
Fürs Netz muss man irgendwie das Gleiche lernen wie fürs Leben...
Bonnie Bracey Sutton's curator insight, June 26, 11:02 AM
Interesting schema for thinking about digital skills.
Francisco Restivo's curator insight, June 28, 7:46 AM
What all kids should be aware of. Interesting article.
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Disability tax credit probe

Disability tax credit probe | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
The Canada Revenue Agency suspects many Canadians may have received hefty tax refunds or credits for disabilities they or their family members don't have, CBC News and the Toronto Star have learned
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Caveat emptor -If it seems to good to be true beware of the fee carpetbaggers ? CYA And verify all claims

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The self-catering houseboat

The self-catering houseboat | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it

A life away from traffic noise and exhaust fumes – more and more people are drawn to water. Energy self-sufficient floating homes not only fulfill the criterion for this new lifestyle, they can also boost economy. Medium-sized companies, manufacturers, universities as well as two Fraunhofer Institutes work hand-in-hand on the autartec project.


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For police departments nationwide, forced reforms with mixed results

For police departments nationwide, forced reforms with mixed results | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
Over the past two decades, the Justice Department has undertaken its deepest interventions at 16 police departments that had patterns of excessive or deadly force, implementing reforms under the watch of independent monitors. More than its predecessors, the Obama administration has aggressively pursued police departments over the abuses, recently launching probes after individuals died as a result of encounters with police in Baltimore and Ferguson, Mo.
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All good intentions are made meaningless with bad execution? 

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Should Elderly Drivers Be The Autonomous Car Early Adopters?

Should Elderly Drivers Be The Autonomous Car Early Adopters? | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
Some automakers tease concept cars with autonomous-driving modes, lounge-style interiors, and augmented-reality windshields and windows, while others tout automatic cruise control, lane-keep systems, and automated parking features as technologies that are the gateway to autonomous driving. But the...

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By choice not force ?

 

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Richard Platt's curator insight, September 15, 2015 8:57 PM

Some automakers tease concept cars with autonomous-driving modes, lounge-style interiors, and augmented-reality windshields and windows, while others tout automatic cruise control, lane-keep systems, and automated parking features as technologies that are the gateway to autonomous driving.  But the reality is that autonomous driving isn’t as little as five or even ten years off, on a widespread basis, and that there are a lot of decidedly less glamorous pieces of technology required to make autonomous driving...well, autonomous.   Toyota Motor Corporation last week announced a $50 million investment aimed at autonomous-vehicle research—including advanced robotics and artificial intelligence—to a specific goal of reducing road injuries and fatalities.  And work with older drivers and those who have impairments might be one of the first jumping points for such “self-driving” technologies.

Jukka Riivari's curator insight, September 16, 2015 3:06 AM

If you lose your driving lisence what are your options?

Sean Thoennes's curator insight, September 18, 2015 2:38 AM

Driverless cars should be made available first to those least able to access our roads independently.

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7 Tips to Help You to Say 'No' More Often

7 Tips to Help You to Say 'No' More Often | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it

Via Daniel Watson, Siegfried Holle
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Important  strength in light of government intrusions into your life and affairs

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Marilú Aranda Landa's curator insight, May 28, 2014 9:27 AM

No! No y no :) Buen día y saludos amigos de la Riviera Maya!

Puerto Morelos los espera con los brazos abiertos!

www.puertomorelosspanishcenter.com

 

Jeremy Barton's curator insight, May 28, 2014 9:29 AM

It is not only great to able to say no, it is sometimes the right thing to say.

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Enhance your ability with simple power of saying No.

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7 shocking quotes by Planned Parenthood's founder

7 shocking quotes by Planned Parenthood's founder | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
As the founder of America's largest abortion chain, Margaret Sanger's ideology for Planned Parenthood was cemented in eugenics, the belief and practice that aims to eliminate certain groups of people.
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The real racists exposed -know your cancer? 

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15 Tips For Going Off Grid! Do What You Love & Stop Being a Debt Slave

15 Tips For Going Off Grid! Do What You Love & Stop Being a Debt Slave | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
So you’ve decided it is time to explore an alternative way of living?
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Definately worth considering for your journey?

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Building Green: Plan Your Site for Healthier Living

Building Green: Plan Your Site for Healthier Living | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
Learn the many ways to create a greener environment on your own land
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Functional green is good for your health .

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Bill C-51 stephen harper's Fascist Dream of Canada - Ralph Nader Responds | FascistCanada.com?

Bill C-51 stephen harper's Fascist Dream of Canada - Ralph Nader Responds | FascistCanada.com? | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
Bill C-51 stephen harper's Fascist Dream of Canada - Ralph Nader Responds
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All free range people have a duty to reverse this cancer that is killing our freedoms .

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"You may think that Canadians will fall prey to a politics of fear before an election. But you may be misreading the extent to which Canadians will allow the attachment of their Maple Leaf to the aggressive talons of a hijacked American Eagle.

Canada could be a model for independence against the backdrop of bankrupt American military adventures steeped in big business profits…a model that might help both nations restore their better angels."  A good challenge for all

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The dangers of driver’s licence suspensions

The dangers of driver’s licence suspensions | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
The trend across Canada is clearly toward making much broader use of driving privileges as a catch-all punishment tool without regard to actual driving skill
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This is akin to the arbitrary asset forfeiture laws . Legal stealing whose only purpose is to enrich the state under draconian and dubious punitive thinking. It is unjust, unconstitutional because mobility is a right not a privilege. It must be changed back to road safety only fines as before the intent was perverted or continue to bring the system of "justice " and law into disrepute.

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A City Where Everyone Works, There Is No Police, And The Salary Is 1200 Euros

A City Where Everyone Works, There Is No Police, And The Salary Is 1200 Euros | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
With virtually no police, crime or unemployment, meet the Spanish town described as a democratic, socialist utopia.
Unemployment is non-existent in Marinaleda, an Andalusian village in southern Spain that is prosperous thanks to its farming cooperative.


On the face of it, the Spanish town of M
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Is this constructive anarchism - what is it that makes this work .? 

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Canadian City CIO offers an IoT reality check

Canadian City CIO offers an IoT reality check | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
To say Shari Wallace was trash-talking the Internet of Things would not be entirely accurate, but she certainly demonstrated an interesting use

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Richard Platt's curator insight, May 23, 2015 6:48 PM

Shari Wallace, CIO, City of Burnaby commenting about how the IoT can enable better city management.  “What we’d like to get to is really to start thinking of these sensors more out of the optimization of the business process to how we can do things better as a city,” she said. This could include smarter traffic flows, remote proactive information before infrastructure fails, or being able to email citizens or send out tweets about something important happening in their area.  -  Other use-case scenarios for sensor-based technologies today is on the City of Burnaby’s pump stations, which Wallace said are used to remotely monitor things like pressure flow and depth. “What really interests me is the education piece: if your water usage has gone up for 20 percent, for example, this is what it means for our reservoir,” she said. “Some of these things we’re doing were not called the Internet of Things. They were just things good cities did.”  -  Besides reducing costs and increasing revenues, Wallace said the Internet of Things also opens up the potential to share more information with citizens and engage them in a dialogue that wasn’t possible otherwise. On the flip side, she pointed out that privacy, big data challenges and shadow IT all represent risks that will need to be carefully thought through.

GCWS's curator insight, May 25, 2015 4:01 AM

Always interested in this mode of thinking. The development of sensors is exponential however the need to have a common real time remote monitoring platform at an affordable price is the key. Thus my interest in working in Vantage Point Technologies who have the solution.

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How to Convert PDF to Word for Free

How to Convert PDF to Word for Free | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
PDF to Word converters are a dime a dozen. We have compiled the 5 best ones you can get for free, for both on- and more secure offline use.

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Le Dong Phuong's curator insight, April 27, 8:41 PM
often needed!
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Teachers are always looking for an easy way to convert, here is the answer
Willem Kuypers's curator insight, June 8, 3:29 PM
Un article pas très utile pour le prof, mais il faut savoir que cela existe.
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Future bright for Manitoba's economy, says Conference Board

Future bright for Manitoba's economy, says Conference Board | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
The Conference Board of Canada says that Manitoba is expected to be among the top provincial performers in 2016 and 2017.
The conference board's latest Provincial Outlook says that the provincial economy is expected to post real GDP growth of 2.5 per cent in 2016 and reach 3 per cent in 2017.
“Manitoba will be one of the country’s strongest economic performers in 2016, thanks to healthy growth across key sectors, such as construction, manufacturing and service industries,” said Marie-Christine

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Hamilton board offers vacant schools as housing for Syrian refugees

Hamilton board offers vacant schools as housing for Syrian refugees | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
Refugees living in schools? Trustees will vote Monday to 'hand over the keys' to local agencies so refugees can stay in the vacant buildings.
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Amazing -we can use redundant resources that are paid for and not being used to solve a problem ... 

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The 13 most innovative schools in the world

The 13 most innovative schools in the world | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
Sculpting future success.
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all are based on merit 

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Monsanto Ordered to Pay $93 Million to Small Town for Poisoning Citizens

Monsanto Ordered to Pay $93 Million to Small Town for Poisoning Citizens | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
Big wins can happen in small places. The West Virginia State Supreme Court finalized a big blow to the biotech giant Monsanto this month, finishing a settlement causing Monsanto to pay $93 million to the tiny town of Nitro, West Virginia...
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recapturing trust and justice through the courts

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From rustbelt to bluebelt

From rustbelt to bluebelt | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
CYCLING to and from work along the shores of Lake Michigan in the summer months, marvelling at the brilliant turquoise water in the morning and shades of pink,...
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excellent use of natural resources

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Automation and Technology Increase Living Standards - Heritage Foundation - Heritage.org

Automation and Technology Increase Living Standards - Heritage Foundation - Heritage.org | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
Technological advances are reducing the demand for human labor in routine jobs and increasing demand in non-routine jobs.
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 State legislatures should restrict mandatory licensing to occupations with serious health and safety considerations. Potential cosmetologists, florists, interior designers, bartenders, and drywall installers should not need the government’s permission to change careers. Reducing these artificial barriers would make it easier for employees to adapt in a changing economy.

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Should We Have A Flat Tax? This Scholar Say Yes. | The Daily Caller - Daily Caller

Should We Have A Flat Tax? This Scholar Say Yes. | The Daily Caller - Daily Caller | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
Though Republican presidential hopeful Rand Paul has come the closest so far, top flat tax scholar Dr. Alvin Rabushka detailed a tax plan Monday no candidate has matched.
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Great idea 

 

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GMO = Foreign Substance

GMO = Foreign Substance | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
Josh Corn:

Genetically modified foods are a tricky thing. One of my biggest fears and concerns is
not enough people ...
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You are what you eat 

 

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When Our Homes Become Connected, Designers Will Save Us | WIRED

When Our Homes Become Connected, Designers Will Save Us | WIRED | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
As designers are moving into the uncharted Internet of Things, they might need map out a course for keeping their principals intact.
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Smart devices can be really dumb with the unintended consequences that they create?The focus on sheer technical possibility as opposed to real needs can lead to more overstuffed crap? This is a realistic warning ..

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Why Technology Will Never Fix Education

Why Technology Will Never Fix Education | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it

The real obstacle is student motivation, and no gadget can create that.


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Interesting food for thought -motivation is a quality issue?

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Dorothy Retha Cook's curator insight, August 23, 2015 9:01 AM

motivated in school not denied out and just simply not being allowed in!  yes the real obstacles dealt with not those that create more but look indifferentiated as better. I do recall a young man stating he had went to get some fast food while in the place the line went no where and he was thinking what was going on with that. It was funny to find that when it got to his turn the electronic cash register was broken and the cashier could not do the math of the purchases without it right. She had been through high school and all that but was allowed to use calculators instead of doing the math for herself, the new technology way but this young lady using her own abilities to count had a problem adding up dollar items and adding the proper taxes on then subtracting the amount of money she was given for the purchase and then giving back the right amount of  change. There was those that she was giving back more change than was given to pay and of coarse they said nothing but those she gave back less than she should have would yell and ask her how in the he-- she got the job she can count what 1plus1 is and all such. The thing he noticed when it got to be his turn the young lady didn't care anymore and just gave him what ever back but he corrected her told her it was ok and showed her a simple way to add and subtract and that was when she said she had been in school all that time and her calculator was how she learned bykeying the info in and when the cash register broke and she was on her own she just didn't know what to do but she thanked him for caring! enough to not ridicule but show her a way out because she already knew she didn't know how to  count but she didn't know what to do about It but he did. education is a great thing but what are the children learning because there may come a day when technology is not working "ipad" all such then how will the answers be obtained will they be able to maintain a life without technology.

Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, April 20, 12:52 PM
Humans, whether administrators, teachers, or parents, remain the key to improving school.
Laura Rodríguez Vanegas's curator insight, May 2, 9:43 PM
Technology is  just a resource, a tool for  teaching and learning. Technology is not the encharged of doing the teacher´s job.Teachers and learners should know how  to manage technology in order to see results in learning trought it . I agree with the text writer when he says that  technology craate social disparities.It is not only about innovation in learning trough technology. If  the technology is not available for all kinds of students progress in education will not increase.
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Probe Reveals Red Cross Raised $500M for Haiti but Built Only 6 Homes / Sputnik International

Probe Reveals Red Cross Raised $500M for Haiti but Built Only 6 Homes / Sputnik International | Government cancer treatment | Scoop.it
After raising nearly half a billion dollars for emergency disaster relief after the 2010 Haitian earthquake - including $170 million earmarked for 'shelter relief' - the American Red Cross has built a grand total of six houses, according to a new report.
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