Pre-Crime technology? Really?

So apparently “pre-crime” technology is all the rage now.  Washington D.C. announced that it will soon be implementing this technology to predict when crimes will happen based on the length of sentences, ages of previous offenders, and location (which implies tracking of some sort).  Sounds too wild to be true? Almost like a movie? Well…

Monday Links

Here’s some links for this fine Monday! This school seems a bit excessive, no? Cafe Hayek explains government math with BBC comedy.  What more could you want!? We are still trying to spread the word of limited, transparent, and accountable government on Facebook!  Please add us here! If you have already added us, suggest us…

Is Ky looking forward to staying behind?

High labor costs, uncertain government policies and a lack of high-tech activity are holding Kentucky’s economy back. So says University of Kentucky professor Ken Troske, who’s also a nationally recognized economic expert. Troske addresses each of these three areas in a one-on-one interview in the June 2010 edition of The Lane Report. He especially takes…

Louisville’s airwaves filled with concerns about busing, teachers and education

On Friday‚Äôs edition of The Values Coalition USA radio broadcast on Louisville’s WLLV-AM 1240, callers spoke out about busing: about teachers: and about teachers unions: I co-host the program along with Midwest Church of Christ Pastor Jerry Stephenson, who also chairs the Kentucky Educational Restoration Alliance. The show airs 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. each…