Written by African American Thomas Sowell. About reverse racism by the media, questions notion that criminal justice system is "racist". Will infuriate Stephanie on the Sunday show.Read more »
Ron Paul and the Spanish Revolution. Video from protests in Spain. Ron Paul's name is getting out there. Freedom is addictive.Read more »
“If I wanted America to fail” logged over 120,000 hits in less than 36 hours; and then the Twitter page for Free Market America, the group behind the video, was suspended midway through Earth Day.
This illustrates the value of alternatives to outlets like Twitter, Google, and Facebook.Read more »
Democrat Rep. Ted Deutch [D-FL19] with Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, who caucuses with the Democrats, has cosponsored an amendment that would be a drastic and fundamental change to the US Constitution. Last week in Washinton, several congressmen and senators held a forum to draw attention to their attempt to nullify constitutional right of entrepreneurs and corporations. The Sanders-Deutch Amendment says the government can ignore constitutional rights.Read more »
The Connecticut state Senate passed legislation last week that would hold police officers in the state personally liable for violating a citizen's First Amendment right to videotape their actions. The bill is sponsored by Sen. Eric Coleman (D-Bloomfield).
"Sometimes we become aware of incidents where police officers have been overzealous or abusive and not act in a very complimentary way towards the citizens who deserve to be served and protected," Coleman said.
Because computers are incapable of being truly random, any encryption system that relies on random numbers to generate keys (like RSA and SSL)become vulnerable to an attacker being able to duplicate the public and private key pair and compromise your security.Read more »
A man in New York was sentenced to 15 days in jail for violating his city's ordinance regulating electronic billboard messages.Read more »
A business owner in Lockport, NY with a digital sign violated the city sign ordinance for the 2nd time only to have a judge sentence him to 15 days in jail. The ridiculousness continues throughout America.Read more »
An “unlawful post,” according to Michigan law (MCL 750.411s), is defined as a message through any medium of communication, including the Internet or other electronic medium, without the victim’s consent, if the posting could cause two or more separate unconsented contacts with the victim; posting the message is intended to cause conduct that would make the victim feel terrorized, frightened, intimidated, threatened, harassed or molested and causes a reasonable person to suffer emotional distress.Read more »
The Hunger Games movie may not have had trouble earning a PG-13 rating, but many parents and educators are wondering whether the best-selling book trilogy belongs on library shelves.
The top five most challenged books of 2011 are:
1) ttyl; ttfn; l8r, g8r (series), by Lauren Myracle
2) The Color of Earth (series), by Kim Dong Hwa
3) The Hunger Games trilogy, by Suzanne Collins
4) My Mom's Having A Baby! A Kid's Month-by-Month Guide to Pregnancy, by Dori Hillestad Butler
5) The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, by Sherman Alexie
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