Facebook Outage Should Remind Us of the Problem with Monopolies

Big tech needed to be broken up years ago. This time the public was inconvenienced enough to care.

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October is the month for scary things and they definitely started early this year.

In truth, the scary things started this summer when millions of people refused to take the Covid-19 vaccine, but the scary events to which I am…

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Samuel O'Brient

Samuel O'Brient

Financial news writer by day, political commentator by night. Former economic policy analyst. Founder and Publisher of My Side of the Aisle.

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