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  • Reasonable and nondiscriminatory; a standard used with respect to licensing.

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  • I think RAND is somewhat more interesting than CAP, Brookings and the whole wad on the right because it has a scope that is broader than political and economic policy, they have capabilities beyond what the partisan “tanks” have, and they try to maintain something close to neutrality.

    Think Progress » SC Lt. Gov. compares people getting gov’t help to ‘stray animals’ who ‘breed’ because they don’t know better.

  • RAND is planning to limit the Freedom of Speech on the Internet, his theory was that too many Concpiracy theories were abound on the Internet and that People were Buying into them.

    Think Progress » VIDEO: Reid Closes Down the Senate

  • Fortunately RAND is already way ahead of me with this report.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Latest NEA School Report is Absurd

  • A full assessment that takes into account the impact of Islamic reform on Muslim society would illustrate that pessimism toward Islam, reflected in RAND’s Civil Democratic Islam and similar documents, is unwarranted.

    Archive 2006-12-01

  • But, there is a major think tank in Santa Monica called RAND Corporation.

    Archive 2006-01-01

  • They're offering assurances to the IEEE that they will provide what is known as RAND -- reasonable and non-discriminatory -- licensing.

    Wi-Fi Networking News

  • The second one, is the so-called RAND (Ressonable And non-discriminatory).

    Planeta Gnu/Linux Brasil

  • He called the RAND report "timely" in view of actions the Army is taking "to improve how it addresses environmental issues in training, planning and conducting contingency operations in theater."

    ENS

  • One way of studying them is to examine how large organizations, such as RAND and the Pentagon, respond to their existence; another is to examine them obliquely through popular culture, to see how the public imagination responds to it.

    Boing Boing

  • BILLION RAND which is big money in anyone's language, and it grows appreciably every month.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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