The regulators are finding themselves increasingly behind the curve in their attempts to capture and regulate the Bitcoin.
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Once more, faith in free enterprise is confirmed. When a crack in the regulatory regimen appears, the free market flourishes.
It’s amazing what the free market will do if it is left alone to do it.
Neither of these bills is going to do anything about Illinois’ dreadfully underfunded pension plans. But they will take care of the unions.
A fraud within a fraud. The SEC, ten years after the fact, has discovered a fraud. But didn’t punish it. And didn’t disclose all of it. Does that make the SEC itself fraudulent? Hmm.
What a pest hole! The trouble is, it keeps breeding the same kind of pests. Reynolds is just one example.
Did you expect something different from them?
The U.S. Attorney can’t go after Congressmen because they’re outside the law.
It’s better to know rather than not to know and be caught by surprise.
“Presidents come and go but bureaucrats go on forever.” I said that at the end of this article, but I don’t really believe it. They operate with taxpayer dollars and if/when the flow of those dollars end, so do the bureaucrats. One can dream…