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QTronics Scorpius with trackball
« on: Sat, 19 May 2018, 09:08:26 »
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The Koch brothers were schooled in a political philosophy that asserted the only role of government is to provide security and to enforce property rights. When their "libertarian" ideas proved decidedly unpopular with voters, the Koch brothers and their allies chose another path. If they pooled their vast resources, they could fund an interlocking array of organizations that could work in tandem to influence and ultimately control academic institutions, think tanks, the courts, statehouses, Congress, and, they hoped, the presidency. These organizations were given innocuous names such as Americans for Prosperity. Funding sources were hidden whenever possible. This process reached its apotheosis with the allegedly populist Tea Party movement, abetted mightily by the Citizens United decision -- a case conceived of by legal advocates funded by the network. And their efforts have been remarkably successful. - Mayer 2017

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Re: QTronics Scorpius with trackball
« Reply #1 on: Thu, 31 May 2018, 19:14:56 »
Why is there no way to close a thread like this or mark it "Sold"?
The Koch brothers were schooled in a political philosophy that asserted the only role of government is to provide security and to enforce property rights. When their "libertarian" ideas proved decidedly unpopular with voters, the Koch brothers and their allies chose another path. If they pooled their vast resources, they could fund an interlocking array of organizations that could work in tandem to influence and ultimately control academic institutions, think tanks, the courts, statehouses, Congress, and, they hoped, the presidency. These organizations were given innocuous names such as Americans for Prosperity. Funding sources were hidden whenever possible. This process reached its apotheosis with the allegedly populist Tea Party movement, abetted mightily by the Citizens United decision -- a case conceived of by legal advocates funded by the network. And their efforts have been remarkably successful. - Mayer 2017

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Re: QTronics Scorpius with trackball
« Reply #2 on: Thu, 31 May 2018, 19:18:57 »
Why is there no way to close a thread like this or mark it "Sold"?
You can change the title and add [SOLD] in front of the item name and lock the thread.

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[SOLD] QTronics Scorpius with trackball
« Reply #3 on: Sat, 02 June 2018, 16:58:05 »
How?

I don't see options for either of those, for the OP. I suppose I could alter the title now for going forward.
The Koch brothers were schooled in a political philosophy that asserted the only role of government is to provide security and to enforce property rights. When their "libertarian" ideas proved decidedly unpopular with voters, the Koch brothers and their allies chose another path. If they pooled their vast resources, they could fund an interlocking array of organizations that could work in tandem to influence and ultimately control academic institutions, think tanks, the courts, statehouses, Congress, and, they hoped, the presidency. These organizations were given innocuous names such as Americans for Prosperity. Funding sources were hidden whenever possible. This process reached its apotheosis with the allegedly populist Tea Party movement, abetted mightily by the Citizens United decision -- a case conceived of by legal advocates funded by the network. And their efforts have been remarkably successful. - Mayer 2017