Arizona Could be Recognized as a Leader in Blockchain Technology Legislation

Before Arizona could be recognized as a leader in blockchain technology legislation there was one major challenge – helping lawmakers “get your head around” exactly what the technology is. “It was very difficult, you know, trying to explain to people,” Continue reading Arizona Could be Recognized as a Leader in Blockchain Technology Legislation

Pet Sitters Need A License? Occupational Licenses Hurting Economy

In New York City, you need a license to pet-sit someone’s dog (at least if you want to be paid). In Louisiana, you need a license to become a florist. Nine states require funeral attendants to be licensed before starting work.  The number of jobs–from cosmetology Continue reading Pet Sitters Need A License? Occupational Licenses Hurting Economy

Federal Government Exploring Marijuana As Alternative to Opioids: Improves Quality of Life

Medical marijuana advocates have claimed for years that cannabis is an effective and safe alternative to prescription opioids for the treatment of pain. But no one put up the money to prove it until last week. On Tuesday, the Albert Continue reading Federal Government Exploring Marijuana As Alternative to Opioids: Improves Quality of Life

Making the Case for Bleeding Heart Libertarians

Opposition to the welfare state has been a defining element of libertarian thought—and one that in recent decades has had an enormous influence on the American conservative movement. The notion that downward redistribution picks the pockets of makers and doles Continue reading Making the Case for Bleeding Heart Libertarians

Arizona Most Popular State To Test Self-Driving Cars 2017

ARIZONA IS WELCOMING a new wave of settlers. No, not snowbirds escaping harsh northern winters. Techies, mostly from California—Silicon Valley, to be precise—coming to the desert to fulfill their quest to flood the roads with self-driving cars. Mobileye is the latest Continue reading Arizona Most Popular State To Test Self-Driving Cars 2017

Rise in Gold Not About North Korea; It’s About the Fed

Gold hit two-month highs this week as investors seek safe-haven amidst increasing geopolitical tensions. Pres. Trump promised “fire and fury” if North Korea continues its threatening posture. Meanwhile, relations with Russia continue to deteriorate. During an interview on RT, Peter Schiff said Continue reading Rise in Gold Not About North Korea; It’s About the Fed