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Friday roundup

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Opinion: Mueller’s Jig Is Up — But That’s Not Enough

The investigation was specifically targeted at collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russians. Too bad it uncovered Democrat crimes and misdeeds.

No, Feds Can’t Force Backpage Founders to Give Up Longtime Lawyers, Rules Judge



'A Slap in the Face': Amazon Is Cutting Warehouse Workers’ Bonuses Right Before the Holidays

Raise the minimum wage, recover the costs elsewhere.

Just Stop With the Climate-Change Disease Scaremongering, OK?



Man Confronted For Ripping Cruz Signs From Yards Freaks Out: "I Hate Ted Cruz!"



When the Bubble Bursts, We're So Screwed

“All we have to show for 9 years of economic expansion is record amounts of debt, and all long-term fiscal problems ignored.”

These international borders have become “no rights zones”



Mexico deploys hundreds of riot police as migrants near



Minority Of Radical Leftists Dominate Democratic Party Agenda, Study Finds



Germany preparing for no deal on Brexit, says Merkel



Heidi Heitkamp: Hey, Sorry For Releasing Names Of Sexual Assault Survivors Without Their Permission (Update: ‘I’m Furious’, Heitkamp: ‘Huge Mistake’)



Defending Against Doxing, One More Weapon Being Deployed by Collectivists



A new Ikea report is an unsettling look at life in the 21st century


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Thursday roundup

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Disaster for Elizabeth Warren as All Three Networks Mock Native American Claims

I've enjoyed watching this play out. It's Warren's own fault. My one question is, why didn't the media call her on this decades ago?

Who’s Feeding the People on the Honduran Caravan?

Usually citing Limbaugh causes more problems than it solves. But blazes, the man raised the most important question on this issue.

High School Girls Admitted to Making False Sexual Assault Accusations Against a Male Student Because They ‘Just Don’t Like Him’

The legacy of the Obama-era Title IX guidance and #MeToo. Sometimes accusers lie.

Joe Arpaio Sues for $147 Million Over New York Times Op-Ed Slamming His Cruelty

“The op-ed's claims are harsh, but they're also true.”

Facebook lured advertisers by inflating ad-watch times up to 900 percent: lawsuit



Apple's privacy portal now lets US customers download their data



We Now Know The Government Funded Group Pushing Facebook Censorship



Food, water, ride: Guatemalans aid Honduran caravan migrants



Senior FinCen Employee Arrested And Charged With Unlawfully Disclosing SARs

Her thumb drive had 24,000 reports

Trump nominates openly gay conservative to federal appeals court



State Department provided 'clearly false' statements to derail requests for Clinton docs, 'shocked' federal judge says

Yep, the Deep State exists.

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Wednesday roundup

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What the media aren’t telling you about Jamal Khashoggi



“This Was an Own Goal. This Was Ridiculous.”

“Why the Elizabeth Warren DNA story has united the right in anger and mockery.”

Google Introduces New Room 101 App In China

This app looks pretty evil.

Welcome To The Smart Home Government Snitch Program



Venezuela’s Meltdown Creates a Nation of Desperate Capitalists



Court: Police Can't Shoot Unlicensed Dogs With Impunity



Pages purged by Facebook were on blacklist promoted by Washington Post



How tech workers became activists, leading a resistance movement that is shaking up Silicon Valley



TSA Announces “biometrics vision for all commercial aviation travelers”



No, Facebook is NOT “Private,” Their Censorship Arm is Government Funded



Why Elizabeth Warren’s Lies Are Good For America



Portland Mayor's 'Emergency Ordinance' to Combat Constant Left/Right Street Brawling Has Civil Liberties Advocates Worried



When Social Media Platforms Block Conservatives

“The best answer to speech we don't like is: more speech.”

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Tuesday roundup

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Elizabeth Warren’s DNA Test Is ‘Useless,’ ‘Inappropriate And Wrong’ Cherokee Nation Official Says



U.S. Has 3.5 Million More Registered Voters Than Live Adults — A Red Flag For Electoral Fraud



Saudis said ready to concede writer was slain in botched interrogation



A White Woman Falsely Accused a Black 9-Year-Old Boy of Groping Her

“Surveillance footage disproves her allegations—and reminds everyone not to automatically believe victims.”

How An Amateur Rap Crew Stole Surveillance Tech That Tracks Almost Every American



The Next Generation Of Democratic Leaders Wants To Move Up, But The Baby Boomers Are In The Way

I don't usually cite BuzzFeed, but this one is dead on.

Washington Post: “Double or Triple” Fuel Prices to Solve the Climate Crisis



‘60 Minutes’ Was Outmatched by Trump (Column)



The FBI Doesn’t Want Users To Know Who Hacked Facebook



On Eve of Harvard Bias Trial, Dueling Rallies Show Rifts Among Asian-Americans



More Entrepreneurship Would Help Progressive Causes, But Progressives Do Not Understand It At All



Facebook Slams Independent Voices With Latest Political Purge



Understanding "Brazil’s Donald Trump"


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“What's Wrong with Government-Run Healthcare?”

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Monday extra-big roundup

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Top 3% of U.S. Taxpayers Paid Majority of Income Taxes in 2016

How about that? They paid more than their fair share.

Gore: Jet Stream 'Getting Loopier and Wavier,' So 'We Have a Global Emergency'

Al Gore is capitalizing on the news and fear. The jet stream hasn't changed.

Trump snubs Feinstein, Harris to nominate conservative judges to liberal 9th Circuit



Mary Robinson on climate change: ‘Feeling “This is too big for me” is no use to anybody’



Italian Interior Minister prepares legislature for self-defence: “No trial for those who defend their property”



‘Bitcoin and Guns, That’s the Only Way to Save This Country’

From the Ukraine

Libertarian and Police Accountability Pages Deleted in Facebook Purge

Golly gee whilikers, could Facebook have an agenda?

Facebook has lost 30% of its value since July



500,000 Afghan migrants are ready to enter Europe via unprotected Turkish-Greek border area

Technically, isn't that an invasion?

Bear spray, bloody brawls at Patriot Prayer 'law and order' march in Portland



Dozens of Witches Gather to Place Public Hex on Brett Kavanaugh

They have decided that he is guilty and they are going to be very public about it

Black Man Cuffed on His Own Property While Moving Into New Home



Venezuela Has Lost 13% of its Population in a Mass Exodus from Socialism



Fight Fizzles Before Police Arrive; Cops Start Tasing and Arresting People Anyway



Violence, Public Anger Erupts In China As Home Prices Slide



Lawsuit: KSP trooper attacks man after Facebook post

Strange doings in Kentucky



Fusion GPS co-founder Glenn Simpson in 'real legal jeopardy', GOP investigator says



Toronto's Sick Kids hospital preparing policy for euthanasia for youth over 18 that could one day apply to minors



Human 2.0 Is Almost Here: The Transhumanism Agenda Just Went Mainstream



The view from Saudi Arabia as world holds its breath

“With Saudi Arabia one of Britain's closest allies, diplomats are treating the alleged death of Jamal Khashoggi very carefully.”

Thousands line up for zero-down-payment, subprime mortgages

This won't end well

How the Heir of the White Nationalist Movement Learned to Let Go of Hatred



Congress Can’t Create an Independent and Unaccountable New Branch of Government

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) was designed to be unaccountable.

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Wind & Sun

The down side to wind power

As the world begins its large-scale transition toward low-carbon energy sources, it is vital that the pros and cons of each type are well understood and the environmental impacts of renewable energy, small as they may be in comparison to coal and gas, are considered.

In two papers — published today in the journals Environmental Research Letters and Joule — Harvard University researchers find that the transition to wind or solar power in the U.S. would require five to 20 times more land than previously thought, and, if such large-scale wind farms were built, would warm average surface temperatures over the continental U.S. by 0.24 degrees Celsius.
     — Leah Burrows

Remember, the wind doesn't always blow and the sun doesn't always shine. This means that wind power and solar power are at best supplemental power sources. There has to be something else to provide baseline power.

Given that, we also need to acknowledge the costs of power sources.
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Bonus Saturday roundup

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WATCH: #HimToo: Neil Patrick Harris Recalls Proposition From Whoopi Goldberg When He Was A Mid-Teen

So why isn't Goldberg being attacked over hitting on a teen?

Democrats agree to confirmations of 15 Trump judges

"Principle" bows to politics

Sometimes I Just Go Full Potato

“By engaging in this public surge and display of unfettered hate – for there is no other name for it – they are revealing themselves for what they really are: extreme radicals and bullies willing to do anything, including burn down the house while you are in it, to get what they want. They do not believe society’s laws and rules apply to them, because they regularly and intentionally (or stupidly) misinterpret the Law of the Land. They are encouraged to do so, and to traipse as close to the edge of anarchy as possible to get what they want, with no thought to the consequences.”

I Won’t Support An Elizabeth Warren Presidency While She Appropriates My Identity

So the author would support a liar as long as she stops lying about what's important to the author

We’re Not on the Brink of Civil War. Here’s Why.



How Kavanaugh’s Confirmation Finally United The Right Under Trump

Sad to say, totally accurate.

Six Months Later, People Are Finally Realizing That FOSTA Actually Is Putting Lives At Risk



Top Ten Alternative Media Sites BANNED on Facebook and Twitter



First They Came for Alex Jones — We Told You We Were Next — We Were



What Sears’ Bankruptcy Says About Amazon’s Future


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Posers, the lot of them



We “refuse to be silent any longer”: magic as self-care after Kavanaugh



It's junk like this that makes me angry at the posers calling themselves pagans.

They don't want justice. The want attention. They don't know the least little thing about magick. But they know how to put on a show.

Exactly what is it that either Trump or Kavanaugh have done to threaten them?

It all boils down to putting conservative judges on the bench. Eighty-four so far.

The implications are terrifying. It means that most progressives know that they only way they can have a progressive society is by controlling the judiciary. Not by getting people elected, but by having a moral authority with the final say.

I don't like conservatives either. But the actions of the progressives are driving me away.

And progressives still can't point to one thing that has been done and say, "Look, here is the threat!"

It's about who is on the bench. Not about what was said. Not about what was done. But about who sits in judgement.

That is tyranny.

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Friday roundup

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Study: 80% of Americans Believe Political Correctness Is a Problem



Trump's Trade War Isn't Working Because Tariffs Hurt Americans



The $15 Minimum Wage Is Turning Hard Workers Into Black Market Lawbreakers: New at Reason



Rand Paul Reveals Media Hid Key Detail About GOP Baseball Attacker



Obama had secret plan to validate Clinton victory if Trump didn't accept it: report


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Thursday roundup

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USC Students Demand Firing of Professor Who Said 'Accusers Sometimes Lie'

Truth submits to feelings

Americans Strongly Dislike PC Culture



‘THE GOOD CENSOR’: Leaked Google Briefing Admits Abandonment of Free Speech for ‘Safety And Civility’



Kavanaugh lesson: Resist the 'resistance' or lose



anaugh Killed the ‘Never Trump’ Movement



Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel Won’t Seek A Third Term. These Movements Are A Big Reason.



Alexa, Should We Trust You?



Google’s recent behavior shows the troubling reality of an internet superpower that abandoned its vow to not 'be evil'


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Wednesday roundup

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Study: Economic Boom Largely Ignored as TV's Trump Coverage Hits 92% Negative



The First Amendment protects your right to not be a rat.



Two Students Hooked Up. It Was Clearly Consensual. He Still Spent $12,000 Defending Himself.



With corruption like this, it’s no wonder so many pension funds are insolvent



Antifa Arsonists Vandalize Pro-Trump Truck — THEN TORCH IT (Video)



Antifa Shut Down Major Intersection, Threaten Citizens with Violence If They Don’t Obey



Pennsylvania's Libertarian Senate Candidate Gets Invited, Then Snubbed From Televised Debate



Fearmongering Article Falsely Claims 'Halloween Is Christmas for Sex Offenders'



Data Showing Navy's Poor Aviation Safety Record Disappears From Website



Sex Workers Pioneered the Early Internet—and It Screwed Them Over



That sign telling you how fast you’re driving may be spying on you



A Florida Man Faces Prison for Making Grills Without a License



What Seems To Be Going on At @Tesla, and The Risks Of Buying (and Shorting) $TSLA Stock


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Tuesday roundup

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Do Half of All Marriages Really End in Divorce?

“This outdated statistic has many young people hesitant to tie the knot.”

NATO to Deploy 45,000 Troops Near Russian Border—Calling it a “Defensive” Move



China confirms detention of former Interpol chief Meng Hongwei



U.S. not invited to Canada’s upcoming trade meeting — only ‘like minded’ nations allowed



How the mushroom dream of a ‘long-haired hippie’ could help save the world’s bees



ACLU's Opposition to Kavanaugh Sounds Its Death Knell



BOMBSHELL: audit of global warming data finds it riddled with errors



Politico: 'After Failing to Stop Kavanaugh, Dems Wonder If It's Time to Be More Ruthless'

"Next time they should just murder the nominee."

Former Google boss launches scathing Silicon Valley attack urging tech giants to end the delusion that it's making the world a better place



Trump Isn’t a Self-Made Man. His Wealth Is the Product of Years of Government Subsidies.



Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: 'Eliminate' Electoral College, It 'Undermines' Democracy

There is one thing good I can't deny about the Electoral College, it kept Al Gore and Hillary Clinton the Presidency.

IPCC Report Reaches Dire Conclusions Based on Models that Overstate Rate of Warming



The Democrats' Complaints About the Senate Being Undemocratic Are Pure Whining and Excuse-Making: Here's Why


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Witch hunt

Trauma and Truth

That idea—that the presumption of innocence, fundamental to common law, should be suspended for accusations of sexual assault—has been the cornerstone of the campus-rape bureaucracy; during the Kavanaugh hysteria, that conceit jumped out of the ivory tower into the world at large. It will be no easy task to put it back. In preparation for the next Salem witch trial-like ordeal, therefore, it is worth empirically rebutting the #BelieveSurvivors mandate, as well as its corollary: the claim that if most self-professed rape survivors in our patriarchal culture don’t report their assaults, that’s because the “social and emotional” costs are too high, as California congressman Ted Lieu explained on MSNBC last Sunday.
     — Heather Mac Donald
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Monday roundup

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The Great Revolt: Understanding Real Trump Voters

Worth a much closer look.

When the Washington Post Spiked My Sex Abuse Tip

Yes, THAT Mark Judge.

Democrats' big miscalculation: Conservative women like me won't abandon Brett Kavanaugh



The Kavanaugh Allegations Are Psychological Terrorism, And It’s Time They End



Sex: the elephant in the room at Vatican youth synod



Kavanaugh sworn to high court after rancorous confirmation



Scathing Report Accuses the Pentagon of Developing an Agricultural Bioweapon



Cops Breaking Facebook Rules, Creating Fake Accounts to Watch You—Here’s How to Spot Them



Democrats Attack Supreme Court’s Legitimacy After Kavanaugh Confirmation



"Bankrupt" UN Budget: Who Hasn't Paid Their Dues?



Interpol demands answers from China on missing president Meng Hongwei



The officer who fatally shot 12-year-old Tamir Rice has been hired by another police department



A shadowy op-ed campaign is now smearing SpaceX in space cities


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Friday roundup

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For a Less Divided America, Let People Pick Their Own Laws



Wind Farms May Actually Warm the US, Controversial Study Finds

Unintended consequences.

Collusion bombshell: DNC lawyers met with FBI on Russia allegations before surveillance warrant

It was a setup. We knew that when the special prosecutor's authorization excluded the DNC, the Clinton Foundation, and the Clinton campaign.

The Origins of Prison Slavery



Democrats shelve climate change as an election talking point



Does the Trump EPA Know How to Deregulate?



Seymour Hersh on the Future of American Journalism



Ted Koppel Slams CNN, MSNBC: ‘You Would be Lost Without Trump’



The Presidential Alert Text Is Everything You Need to Know About the US Government



L.A. Mayor Says Gas Taxes Are Needed to Fix Roads While Standing in Front of Rail Station Funded By Gas Taxes



Academic Grievance Studies and the Corruption of Scholarship


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Thursday roundup

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'Enough lies!': Bosnian village bans politicians



Republican seeks to prohibit federal contracts to banks that cut off gunmakers

A good idea. I don't think it will pass though.

Nationwide 'Presidential Alert' Texts: Not the Best Idea



New Zealand Law Is an Affront to Travelers' Privacy, but Things Aren't Much Better Here



Is it time to expand the definition of ‘veteran?’

Trying to control the world through language. As far as I am concerned, veteran means honorable military service. Nothing more, nothing less.

Apple's Tim Cook: 'Don't believe' tech companies that say they need your data



Now the EU wants to turn off the Sun

First freedom of speech was sacrificed, now it's freedom of the press. What are they so afraid of?

Retail Apocalypse Picks Up Speed: Sears, JCPenney, Brookstone, Mattress Firm Spiral Toward Bankruptcy



Christine Blasey Ford ex-boyfriend says she helped friend prep for potential polygraph; Grassley sounds alarm



FAIL: 30 year old climate prediction proves to be a load of bunkum

The Maldives are not sinking into the ocean.

Pompeo to meet with North Korea's Kim on Sunday



Note To NATO - You Don't "Take Out" Missiles Without Having A War



Creating a Suspect Society: The Scary Side of the Technological Police State


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Wednesday roundup

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Sting operation targets sex trafficking in downtown Lewiston

Notice that sex isn't against the law, only paying for sex.

My sinister battle with Brett Kavanaugh over the truth



Fed's Powell sees 'remarkably positive outlook' for economy that may be 'too good to be true'

There are some major issues that hardly anyone is talking about. Trump's "successes" have always relied first on appearances rather than reality.

Trump Can Now Text Every Single Citizen Directly—It Starts This Week and You Cannot Opt Out

A lot depends on how it is used, but this is a Remarkably Bad Idea. I'm pretty sure it won't be for just “emergencies.”

"They Are Worried About Panic": China Blocks Bad Economic News As Economy Slumps



After Budget Cuts, the IRS’ Work Against Tax Cheats Is Facing “Collapse”



The Era of Near-Zero Interest Rates Is Over



Shocker from The Guardian: Save us the smugness over 2018’s heatwaves, environmentalists



Americans Spent More On Taxes Than Clothing And Food Combined In 2017



This Is Not Free Trade, Not Even Close



Brazil Considers Scaling Back Its Gun Control



Uranium One: FBI Refuses To Release Three-Dozen Secret Memos Involving Clintons, Russia And Obama

I suspect that Trump is looking for the best moment to order the FBI to do it anyway.

Mom Suing after Cop Seen Smiling, Giving Thumbs Up Holding Her Dead Son’s Arm in Leaked Photo


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Tuesday roundup

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DFL inquiry can't substantiate Ellison abuse allegation; report sent to law enforcement

Funny how women aren't believed when it's a Democrat being accused

Why Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings Should be Treated as Job Interviews, not Criminal Trials



Julie Swetnick Told NBC Her Brett Kavanaugh Story, and She Has Serious Credibility Issues



16-year-old girl saves little brother from cougar with bow-and-arrow



Bryan Caplan’s (Convincing) Case Against Education



Grandfather and Grandsons Detained by Officer, Kicked Out of Park for Drinking Kombucha Tea



EU: Politicizing the Internet



Feds Force Suspect To Unlock An Apple iPhone X With Their Face



Buried in an Overloaded and Terrible News Cycle: The House of Representatives Just Voted to Expand the PATRIOT Act.



Seattle Judges Finally Throw Out 15 Years Worth of Marijuana Convictions



A global tipping point: Half the world is now middle class or wealthier



The Secret Algorithm That Could Send You to Prison, Take Your Kids, or Crash Your Car


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Monday roundup

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You Gave Facebook Your Number For Security. They Used It For Ads.



The warm glow of kindness is real, even when there's nothing in it for you



The 15 Organizations Every Young Libertarian Should Know



A Legitimate (And Provable) Reason To Not Support Kavanaugh For SCOTUS



CIBC, A Huge Canadian Bank, Was Offline All Day, Proving Again The Dangers of a Cashless Society



That sign telling you how fast you’re driving may be spying on you



Canada — And The World — Abandon Green Energy Agenda



A Modest Privacy Protection Proposal



Brett Kavanaugh's Illegal Beer Consumption Highlights the Perversity of Drinking Ages



This is What Donald Trump Must Do to Battle the Deep State and Win


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Sunday roundup

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Murders and Rapes Increasingly Going Unsolved as Cannabis Arrests Surge—Despite Legalization


‘We Are Always on the Verge of Chaos,’ Says PJ O’Rourke: New at Reason


The American Bar Association's Lack of Transparency


Brexit: Delicate talks as high noon approaches


ACLU breaks its own policy, comes out against Kavanaugh nomination


The One Thing I am Sure About In the Whole Kavanaugh Brouhaha -- That My Policy of Not Meeting With Young Women Alone Is Absolutely Justified



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Privacy and a new web?

Tim Berners-Lee tells us his radical new plan to upend the World Wide Web

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Opportunity for Amerindians

“Native Americans Realize Entrepreneurship Dream”

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Bet you didn't know what Facebook is doing

“Facebook Is Giving Advertisers Access to Your Shadow Contact Information”

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10 Red Flags

“10 Red Flags About Sexual Assault Claims, From An Employment Lawyer”

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Fight back

“Man attempts to kidnap 11-year-old girl, friends throw hot coffee on him and escape, Michigan police say”

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Vote for the label

“Vermont Democrats made history Tuesday by nominating Christine Hallquist as the first transgender individual to be a major party candidate for governor.”

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Left wing anti-Semitism

“Delusions of Justice”

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Half her humanity

“Jennifer Palmieri: Hillary Ran With 'Half Her Humanity Tied Behind Her Back”

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See again

“Patients regain sight with stem cell treatment in U.K. clinical trial”

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Super!

“Photographer snaps cancer-stricken kids as superheroes. Pictures take off.”

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NeoNotes — news bias and agendas

I reserve the right to tie anyone in semantic knots if I can do it with truth.

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Remember

The victims and heroes of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting.

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No, boys aren't broken

“Peter Wang died a 'hero' in Florida shooting, wearing his ROTC uniform. Petition seeks a full honors military funeral”

“JROTC students use Kevlar pads to shield classmates from Florida shooter”

“Hero boy shot five times shielding classmates from Florida school gunman”

“Florida school shooting: Football coach shot, killed while protecting students hailed as hero”

“A heroic geography teacher died protecting his students from the Florida high school shooter”

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Mass school shootings

“3 disturbing facts about mass school shootings that change everything”

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Look out for flying pigs

I'm not sure what is bigger news, Rand Paul's stand or the fact that CNN (and Chris Cillizza of all people) agreed with him publicly.

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What did President Obama know, and when did he know it?

“House Intel votes to release controversial surveillance memo to the public”

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Drone rescues teens

“2 Teens Were Rescued By A Drone While Lifeguards Were Still Learning How To Use It”

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Fake news checking

“Google’s New ‘Fact-Checker’ Is Partisan Garbage”

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The obvious

“Of Crudeness and Truth”

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Charity instead of trash

“Instead of Trashing Groceries During Cooler Malfunction, Store Donates 35,000 Pounds of Food”

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Great idea

“Work 50 minutes for meal at Tokyo eatery”

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“We All Knew”

“Street Artist Trolls Golden Globes with ‘We All Knew’ Artwork”

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“Can't be sure if parts of it are true”

“The author of the explosive new Trump book says he can't be sure if parts of it are true”

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Jesus is offensive

“Family asked to remove 'offensive' Jesus sign from their Christmas display because it offended a neighbour”

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Keeping the public safe

“Why legal guns can’t be banned from (Delaware) state parks”

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No roundup for the next few days

Although I do not celebrate Christmas, this will be the last headline roundup until Tuesday. It's almost impossible to find interesting news stories this close to the holiday.
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“The pathetic legacy of feminism’s Women’s Liberation Movement”

Excerpt from an excellent piece that will make you think

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Forgive

“How hate and debate came to a Connecticut mosque”

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“I’m trying to bring some happiness to people…”

“Man Spends Black Friday Paying For $10K Worth Of Toys For Local Kids”

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A place to pray

“WalMart: A Place to Pray”

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The stack is still there

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Charity vending machines

“LDS Church unveils charity vending machines on Temple Square”

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The Last Generator

“Man Who Gave The Last Generator To A Crying Stranger Gets A Free One From Lowe's”

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Molecular Robot

“Scientists Create World’s First ‘Molecular Robot’ Capable Of Building Molecules”

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The stack abides

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The stack returns

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More from the stack

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❝The New York Times: Propaganda Machine❞

“From its op-eds to its coverage of the 2016 election, the New York Times has an unquestionable liberal bias. I'm not saying they have to stop pushing a progressive message, but it frustrates me when people portray it as an objective outlet...”

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❝What Happens When Google Disagrees With You?❞

“Is Google open to a diverse array of viewpoints? Or is it an ideological echo chamber? Just ask former Google software engineer James Damore. He was fired for disagreeing with Google's (left-wing) orthodoxy. In this video, James shares his story.”

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Revived 29Nov2017

These older blog entries have been reformatted and entered into the current directories.

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“A panic is not an answer”

“We’re at imminent risk of turning this #metoo moment into a frenzied rush to blame all men”

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Why is this cop not under arrest for assualt?

“Utah Nurse DRAGGED out of Hospital by Police 'This isn't right"”

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Antifa violence in Berkeley

Masked anarchists violently rout right-wing demonstrators in Berkeley

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Private citizens to the rescue

“Cajun Navy's on the way: South Louisiana springs into action to help Texas amid Harvey floods”

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Truth from the Federalist - worth your time

“America’s Post-Charlottesville Nervous Breakdown Was Deliberately Induced”

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When Trump supporters ask why I don't trust him…

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For future reference - What Trump first said about Charlottesville

“Trump Defends White-Nationalist Protesters: 'Some Very Fine People on Both Sides'”

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85% of Americans support free speech over not offending others, says survey

“73% Say Freedom of Speech Worth Dying For”

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Not going for the win

“The Taliban Tried To Surrender And The U.S. Rebuffed Them. Now Here We Are.”

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Cured

“Peanut Allergy Cured In Majority Of Children In 'Life-Changing' Immunotherapy Trial”

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Name calling for politics

“Nazi-Hunting Fantasies Have Unhinged The Left”

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Electonic Frontier Foundation on hate speech

“Fighting Neo-Nazis and the Future of Free Expression”

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Bannon out

Steve Bannon is out at White House

After watching the last few days, I'm pretty sure he wanted to be fired. I don't know what happened, but someone like Bannon doesn't just give a telephone interview on a lark. Word is he turned in his resignation on August 7th (pre-Charlottesville) effective August 14th, and it was extended to today.

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Hee hee hee hee


duckduckgo2

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Algorithm

“Why We Need Accountable Algorithms”

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“13 Reasons Jeff Sessions is a @$#/!” by ReasonTV

“Jeff Sessions is on the ropes with Donald Trump. Good.

The president is pissed because Sessions recused himself from the investigation of Russian attempts to influence the 2016 election. But here are a baker's dozen of reasons to hate the attorney general, including his obsession with restarting the war on pot, his call to jack up mandatory minimums, and his support for civil asset forfeiture. Then there's his lack of interest in due process, willingness to subvert state's rights when they conflict with his desiblurb outcome, and desire to lengthen prison terms for non-violent criminals. Also, he might be some kind of statist elf.”

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A trillion dollar industry

“Commentary: Can the NOAA, NASA, EPA, Met Office, and British academia all be wrong about climate change?”

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Competion keeps companies honest

“Verizon Throttles Netflix Subscribers In 'Test' It Doesn't Inform Customers About”

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What Obama did

“America's Media Meltdown”

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Cash means freedom

“The End of Cash; The End of Freedom”

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Friday roundup 21Jul2017

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Hungary vs. Soros

“Hungarian Gov’t Steps Up Fight Against George Soros”

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Fix health care

“Taxing Hospitals Is a Lousy Way to Fix Health Care”

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Health care tied to your job

“How did we end up with health insurance being tied to our jobs?”

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Highway robbery

“Authorities in Utah Seized Nearly $3 Million in Cash and Assets From Citizens Last Year”

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Buy their meals

“Anonymous Woman Treats 25 Firefighters To Dinner”

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Millionth passenger

“Southwest Pilot Showers His Millionth Passenger With Gifts, Pays For Her Ticket”

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The heart knows

“Bride gets wedding day surprise from man who received late son's heart”

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Sharing is caring

“Rescue Pup Melts Hearts by Sharing its Good Fortune With Homeless Dog”

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“We’re going to get them out.”

“Rip currents swept away a Florida family. Then beachgoers formed a human chain.”

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❝What are your questions?❞

“Liberals Can't Deal With A President Who Takes America's Side”

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Language of force

“Tear Gas, Guns and Riot Squads: The Police State’s Answer to Free Speech Is Brute Force”

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Tragedy from incentives

“The Tragedy of the Commons in the American Prison System”

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Details, details…

Any article that so badly mischaracterizes the state of knowledge on an issue as contentious as climate science should have been rejected for publication. New York magazine should be posting corrections, not tallying clicks.
     — Oren Cass
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Politicos disconnect from reality

“UW study finds Seattle’s minimum wage is costing jobs”

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Something's rotten in Syria

“After Sy Hersh's Bombshell Investigation, Why Won't Media Tell the Real Story of Trump's Military Strike in Syria?”

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Global Warming NOT

“Global Warming: The Imminent Crisis That Never Arrives”

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Shrinkflation

“Shrinkflation – Real Inflation Much Higher Than Reported”

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“American Pravda”

“Project Veritas' new video showing CNN Producer John Bonifield admitting that CNN's Russia narrative is "bullsh*t" and all about ratings”

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Faking it

“Ten Basic Forms Of Fake News Used By Major Media”

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“What is Fake News?”

“What is fake news? Is Donald Trump correct when he says CNN, The New York Times, and other mainstream outlets report fake news? Commentator and bestselling author Andrew Klavan explains.”

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Roaming Millenial on the Project Veritas video and student debt

“In this Weekly Rundown, we take a look at the current state of American student loan debt and the newly released Project Veritas John Bonifield CNN tapes that address the media's coverage of Trump and Russia. Fake news confirmed.”

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Making the law-abiding criminal

“Why California gun owners may be breaking the law on July 1”

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Black Guns Matter

“Black Guns Matter Preaches A Pro-Second Amendment Message in Minnesota”

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Watching you

“How The EU’s Data Grab Could Affect You”

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Thank the CIA for your drugs

“How the CIA Turned Us onto LSD and Heroin: Secrets of America's War on Drugs”

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Getting away from the bankers and Feds

“How I missed the point of bitcoin”



“Congress considers bill greatly expanding feds’ power to seize your money, Bitcoin, and property”

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Not for thee

“Nothing To Be Proud Of”

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John and Cindy McCain's shaky foundation

“Soros, Clinton-Linked Teneo Among Donors to McCain Institute”


“Cindy McCain: Crony Philanthropist”

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Nullify this!

“Juries Can Acquit the Guilty, 9th Circuit Says, but 'There Is No Right to Nullification'”

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None of my business

Unless it's with me, who you have sex with, how you have sex, and how many times you have sex is frankly none of my business. Likewise, unless it is sex with me, I'm not responsible for the consequences.
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FINALLY!!   It's about damn time!

Speech may not be banned on the ground that it expresses ideas that offend.


A law found to discriminate based on viewpoint is an “egregious form of content discrimination,” which is “presumptively unconstitutional.” … A law that can be directed against speech found offensive to some portion of the public can be turned against minority and dissenting views to the detriment of all. The First Amendment does not entrust that power to the government’s benevolence. Instead, our reliance must be on the substantial safeguards of free and open discussion in a democratic society.
     — Justice Anthony Kennedy

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Just a bit biased

“Before Lois Lerner Targeted The Tea Party, She Helped The Clinton Foundation”

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Fake news from the Washington Post

”Deep State Leaks Highly Classified Info to Washington Post to Smear President Trump”

“Trump: I had ‘absolute right’ to share ‘facts’ with Russia”

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❝Shut up. You have no rights.❞

“Detroit Cops Raid an Innocent Family's Home at Gunpoint on Bogus Sex-Trafficking Tip”

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Innocent but imprisioned

“Jury renders not guilty verdict in gun crime, but defendant still imprisoned”

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Filed for future reference

“Ice Age Britain: River Thames will freeze over on 'this date' – and could kill millions”

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Guilty until proven innocent

“Judge Orders San Diego D.A. to Return $100K it Seized from Family of Marijuana Business Owner”

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Columnist criticized for climate dissent

“Times columnist blasted by ‘nasty left’ for climate change piece”

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Certainty

“Climate of Complete Certainty”

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Not about the science

“EPA scrubs climate change information from website”

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Silence

“The Bad Manners of the Campus Left”

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Newspeak devours free speech

“What ‘Snowflakes’ Get Right About Free Speech”

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Somebody KNEW

“Feds knew of 700 Wells Fargo whistleblower cases in 2010”

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Secret demands

“Court Rules Facebook Can’t Challenge Demands for User Data (and Can’t Tell Users)”

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DEA pushing drugs

“DEA Just Admitted It Lets Drugs Into Communities & Pushes Them on Citizens”

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Yeah, he kinda does

It gets lost in the noise.

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All other things being equal, the side that can't stand dissent is wrong

“Democrats Ask Teachers To Destroy Books Written By ‘Climate Deniers’”

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Theft by any other name

IRS Seized $17 Million From Innocent Business Owners Using Asset Forfeiture”

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Illegal spying on legal phone calls

“Former US Attorney: Susan Rice Ordeblurb Spy Agencies To Produce ‘Detailed Spreadsheets’ Involving Trump”

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Susan Rice unmasked

“CNN Goes On Rampage Against Susan Rice Bombshell, Instructs Viewers To Ignore Story”

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I've nothing more to add to this headline

Black Lives Matter Philly Bans White People From Its Meetings

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Professor says studies don't use science

“J Scott Armstrong: Fewer Than 1 Percent Of Papers in Scientific Journals Follow Scientific Method”

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Legal theft

Maine is poised to make it a lot harder for police to steal your stuff

Civil asset forfeiture is a national problem, and a big one. In 2014, for the first time in recorded history, police in the United States seized more money and property through civil asset forfeiture than all burglars and thieves combined. Making matters worse, civil asset forfeiture has been known to disproportionately impact African Americans and Latinos, creating significant barriers to opportunity in their communities. According to a study in Oklahoma, nearly two thirds of seizures come from racial minorities, representing a significant disparity.
     — Payton Alexander

Emphasis added. H/T reddit

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Black & Blue & hate crimes

Louisiana and Kentucky have both passed laws that add police and emergency responders to the hate crime laws.

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Repeal Obamacare with just one sentence

Rep. Mo Brooks files bill to repeal Obamacare

Effective as of Dec. 31, 2017, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is repealed, and the provisions of law amended or repealed by such Act are restored or revived as if such Act had not been enacted.
     — U.S. Congressman Mo Brooks

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Attack from the blacklist

“We’re Under Attack"

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Secret group creates blacklist

Washington Post Disgracefully Promotes a McCarthyite Blacklist From a New, Hidden, and Very Shady Group

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Soros manipulating media

“Leaked Documents Reveal Expansive Soros Funding to Manipulate Federal Elections”

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Still plenty of ice

“Scott and Shackleton logbooks prove Antarctic sea ice is not shrinking… ”

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Abnormal

“Dear Media: Please Stop Normalizing the Alt-Right”

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Hoodwinking Congress - blast from the past (2005)

“Buying Reform”

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Fake isn't always fake

“A libertarian tech revolt”

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Mixing science and politics

“The Real War on Science”

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Cult of Clinton

“America Called Bullshit on the Cult of Clinton”

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Right to boycott

“Fashion Designers Are Boycotting Melania Trump. Shouldn't Bakers and Florists Have the Same Right?”

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Not quite the hate

“Hate Crimes, Hoaxes, and Hyperbole”

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Compromise

‟Ignore the Mob—Long Live the Electoral College”

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Cry Wolf!

“You Are Still Crying Wolf”

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Good thing she wasn't elected…

“Hillary Clinton Supporters Doxxing, Harassing Electoral College Voters”

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More back down

“Sorry America, we're not leaving!”

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Bussed in protestors

“Guess Who’s Bussing in All of Those Anti- Trump Protesters Who Are Burning Flags & Rioting in the Streets?”

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Escape

“Do #CalExit Supporters Realize Many Californians Have Been Trying to Escape Them?”

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It was a joke?!

WTF? Amy Schumer Backs Out, Now Says Talk of Moving was a Joke?!


One backed down. So much for character. So much for honor. So much for principle.

She’s going to stay where the money is.

Next.

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Tiny houses banned

“Tiny Homes Banned in U.S. at Increasing Rate as Govt Criminalizes Sustainable Living”

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Grow a lot faster

“Memo To The Next President: We Can Grow A Lot Faster”

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Nativists threatened by success

“Alt-Right Nativists Launch Witch Hunt Against Chobani Yogurt Founder For Helping Refugees”

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Unlimited immigration redux

“Sweden on the brink? Police force pushed to breaking point by violence amid migrant influx”

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“I’ve done nothing wrong.”

“We operated the business legally and in compliance with all California and local laws.”

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“Parliament is sovereign.”

“Britain's Constitution is famously “unwritten” but can be summarised in three words…”

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Sometimes the police are not your friends

“Who Protects Kids from Pblurbatory Police and Prosecutors?”

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Taking away choice

In a free market, if you don’t like what a business is selling, you don’t buy it.

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Maybe too windy

“Wind Farms Cause Sleep Loss, Stress and Anxiety, Government Review Finds”

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Russia gets attention

“The Russian Bogeyman”

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Unlimted immigration is not a good idea

“German Streets Descend into Lawlessness”

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Gay Thought Police

“…Like Soviet-Era Bullies”

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UK economy grows after Brexit

UK economy grows 0.5% in three months after Brexit vote


The article is boring, but the headline sums it up nicely.

Economies grow when government interference is reduced.

Governments can’t negotiate free trade.


Just remember those.

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Borrowed strength

Trump’s strength is not because of Trump

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Politico elites lie

The takeaway is the the elites can’t be trusted.

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Utah tries grabbing tribal land and pilfering tribal funds

This is why the Republic dies

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The Legacy of Obama comes to Arizona

Just a picture taken in Phoenix.

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Ali was cool

I didn't realize until I was much older just how cool Ali was

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Public blasphemy

Get that? The science is settled. Don't question the dogma. Thou shalt not dissent!

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Environmentalism vs. the Navajo

The Imperious Leader has is trying to phase out coal

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“For thee, not for me…or my friends”

No reason except political expediency

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DOJ delays Apple case

The FBI was fighting a PR war

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Thirteen thousand

A simple question

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Rebellion rumbles

There's only one question left

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Tips

Older journalists are being laid off and they aren't entitled to run their crusades

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The FBI demands you sacrifice privacy

He didn't talk about rights

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The FBI wants your iPhone

The FBI and the DoJ don't believe the U.S. Constitution applies

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Climate Pre-Crime

It's not illegal to deny climate change

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Apple stands for rights

The FBI won’t stop at one iPhone.

The FedGovs won’t stop at ten thousand smart phones.

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This is why John Kerry won't call it a treaty

John Kerry and the State Department do a semantic shell game to avoid the law.

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Simple question

Legal does not mean free.

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Better?

Stars above and Earth below, it’s the Faith Triumphant all over again!

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“We need to put the American flag down”

Identity politics and power through guilt will ALWAYS demand more no matter what is given…

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Nutcase

About the South Carolina church shooting. We know enough now.

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The narrative is not the tragedy

I’ve been asked why I haven’t commented on the South Carolina church massacre.

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Watching the headlines #3

“Doctors' Criticism Of ObamaCare Silenced By ACA Bureaucrats”

“Save the Bees: Eliminate Biofuel Mandates”

“Obama To Circumvent Congress With ‘Gag Order’ On Firearm Coverage”

“You Can Be Prosecuted for Clearing Your Browser History”

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Drought conditions does not mean climate change

There are deserts here that have been deserts for ten thousand years.

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Watching the headlines #2

“CNN ATTACKS Duke basketball coach for NOT speaking out against new Indiana Religious Freedom law”

“Everybody's Lost Their Goddamn Mind Over Religious Freedom”

“The overblown hypocrisy of Tim Cook's business boycott of Indiana”

“Sounds like Apple’s CEO needs to disable the ‘hypocrite’ app on his iPhone”

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Dirty Water

Government at both ends squeezes you in the middle

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Watching the headlines #1

“Al Gore says climate-change deniers should pay political price”

“Oregon man has spent almost 900 days in jail even though he committed no crime”

“No One Cares How Many Pblurbictions Earth Day Founders Got Wrong”

“The scariest sentence in the FCC net neutrality regulations”

“8 Reasons Young Americans Don’t Fight Back: How the U.S. Crushed Youth Resistance”

“Hertz puts cameras in it’s rental cars, says it has no plans to use them”

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Beacon Headlines Quick Links for 31Aug2009

Roundup of my link stack

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Beacon Headline Quick Links for 23Mar2009

Roundup of the headline links

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Beacon Headline quick links for 03Mar2009

Check out these stories all over the web

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Alternately destroying the environment

The costs that the global warming alarmists don't want you to know about

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Sometimes reason wins

Taking on the ethanol mythos

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Milk shortage

Feed prices driven higher by ethanol subsidies and the reduced "government surpluses" of milk and milk products means that the price of milk is going up

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What happens when green means taking food out of mouths?

The law of unintended consequences strikes again

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Tradeoffs

Hidden costs in the popular environmental movement

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Pinaka update

Were the genocidal remarks misinterpreted?

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University of Texas professor advocates genocide?

Killing off 90 percent of humans

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Microsoft agrees, "democracy" is forbidden in China

Microsoft's new Chinese web portal censor's words like "freedom" and "democracy"

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