'Thieves Emporium': Part 4 - The State Strikes Back
Editorial by Max Hernandez     
Part 4: The State Strikes Back The counterfeiting business, like any other, has fundamental economic constraints. At one end, operators must produce a product. That, in turn requires very specialized equipment and supplies, all of which cost money. The better the product is to be, the more it will cost to produce. In the case of the bills sitting in front of Weidemeyer, someone had invested enough to dent the budget of a small country. Assuming the objective is to make money, there is only one ...
'Production Versus Plunder' Part 18: The Re-conquest
Editorial by Paul Rosenberg     
It takes more than raw power to run a successful state; people must believe that laying their wealth at your feet is a righteous thing to ...
Police Demand Compliance or Death
Staff News & Analysis     
Today's excerpt is by Orin Kerr, a George Washington University law professor. The Sandra Bland arrest video he discusses will – or at ...