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Episode 30, “Hur, hur”

Friday, July 25, 2014
By Phil Elmore
Episode 30, “Hur, hur”

  The doors have been ripped off the hinges. There are three sets of doors, set within a security corridor leading to the surface. Each door is thicker than the last. Each door incorporates a series of heavy bolts, within channels on the opposite side, to seal the portal. These bolts litter the floor,... »

Episode 29, “The Factory”

Thursday, July 17, 2014
By Phil Elmore
Episode 29, “The Factory”

  Peyton shook his head. “This can’t be it,” he said. “These are closed factories. There are no schools here, Annika.” “It’s there, Daddy,” she said.  “That one.” Annika pointed to the factory in the center of the cul de sac. “I don’t understand,”... »

Technocracy — ‘JerkTech’: Is It Free Market or Theft?

Wednesday, July 16, 2014
By Phil Elmore

My WND Technocracy column this week was inspired by a pair of new startups in San Francisco. The owners of start-ups like MonkeyParking and ReservationHop argue that they are capitalist entrepreneurs, offering “disruptive” solutions to inefficient business models. In early July, these “JerkTech” apps... »


Episode 28, “Discretion”

Thursday, July 10, 2014
By Phil Elmore
Episode 28, “Discretion”

  “Is this all of them?” VanClef asked, peering through the one-way pane.  From the other side it was a mirror. From this side, it was an observation port,... »

Technocracy: When Porn Stars Call Others ‘Disgusting’

Thursday, July 10, 2014
By Phil Elmore

My WND Technocracy column this week is a look at the double standard conservatives and libertarians face online. Sport hunting is legal. So is having sex for money on... »

Episode 27, “Uh Oh”

Thursday, July 3, 2014
By Phil Elmore
Episode 27, “Uh Oh”

  “Lock,” said Neiring to his car. Behind him, Moxley hitched at his trousers and then checked the weapon before arranging it under his overcoat.  Much as he hated... »