The U.S. Supreme Court determined that biotechnology companies are not allowed to patent genes. The Court has not gone far enough.
by Suzanne Ehlers, for Population Action International A walk to her local clinic may take several hours. She may have to wait in line. She may have to go back several times before she can get the method she needs. She may even get pushback from others in her family, in her neighborhood. But she ...
Having superpowers, without the enlightened self-interest in making your company extraordinary, is the fast track to self-destruction.
James Webb will grant a peerless gaze at the universe the likes of which we've never seen.
This article originally appeared in The Daily Caller. You can read the original here. I do not come to praise Edward Snowden, but to pardon him — or at least, to suggest that President Barack Obama do so, if and when he is charged. Even if Snowden has committed crimes, he has done his country ...
America is much like the Hotel California: “You can check out anytime you like, but you can never leave.”
A new charity group, Library for All, has figured out how to bring books to Haitian children in a way that would make Occam and his razor very, very proud.
There is a reserve of extra performance that the body can be tricked into accessing in competition.
Should we move to a Fair Tax or a Flat Tax?
Without owners, corporations run amok -- like children without a chaperone.
To wit, it is time to abolish the IRS.
"The accuracy of our memories is not measured in how vivid they are nor how certain you are that they're correct."
Lower your expectations now. You'll find yourself much more satisfied by the end.
“Smart” data disclosures offer “a new tool that helps provide consumers with greater access to the information they need to make informed choices.”