There has been a lot of justified shock at the tax the Uber to pay the Taxi's law in Massachusetts: This is … words fail. No, literally. I have just spent 20 minutes staring at my screen, trying to come up with something to say other than the blindingly obvious: This is a shamelessly unjustifiable … Continue reading Uber Massachusetts and bleeding an empty corpse
One of the big arguments for the service Uber is the idea of letting the free market manage the cost of transportation rather than the using licensing of taxi badges as a revenue source for the state and the badge owners. I'm delighted that Uber is so enamored with the free market one thing about … Continue reading Uber The Free Market and Gun Bans
My latest for Watchdog.org is now up and it's about Uber and Mathamatics: Former Speaker of the House Tip O’Neill had a phrase–that “all politics is local.” He also knew the pulse of the House and of the voters, what could pass and what could not. When challenged on his evaluation of a bill, he … Continue reading DaTechGuy at Watchdog Uber Uber Alles in Boston?