7-Eleven Target of Attack

Armed soldiers stormed multiple 7-Eleven franchise locations early Wednesday morning, January 10, 2018.  A group calling themselves ICE claimed responsibility.   ICE is part of a larger organization going by the name of U.S. that claims ownership over an expansive swath of North America. Some 98 of the convenience stores nationwide — from Los Angeles to New York — were targeted by agents from Immigration and … Continue reading 7-Eleven Target of Attack

Bitcoin: Part I: An Introduction

What do Bitcoin and Chuck E. Cheese’s have in common?  A lot, Bitcoin and Chuck E. Cheese’s have a lot in common.  A lot more in common than not, and much more than you might realize.  There is one very substantial difference we will address but, for now, another year, another record close for Bitcoin, and record closes for real estate, stock markets, collectible art and … Continue reading Bitcoin: Part I: An Introduction

A Bug’s Life: Crowding Out

There is a great animated movie, A Bug’s Life, a play on one of Aesop’s Fables, The Ant and the Grasshopper, which tells the story of a hard-working group of oppressed Ants and their oppressive “leaders”, the Grasshoppers.  From time eternal, the Ants work hard every year growing food but when it comes time for the harvest they must set aside a substantial offering for … Continue reading A Bug’s Life: Crowding Out

A Private Solution to Transgender Bathrooms and Locker Rooms

Milton Churchill fully supports the rights of transgenders.  They should be at liberty to live their life in whatever way they please.  It is also the right of women to have their privacy and to feel comfortable in their most vulnerable circumstances.  Neither of these rights, however, should override the right of property owners, building and business owners, to decide the policy they wish to … Continue reading A Private Solution to Transgender Bathrooms and Locker Rooms