Tech at Night: Google hates your privacy, and EU regulators hate American firms? Is Bitcoin propped up by child pornography and drugs?
So Edward Snowden is getting charged with spying. Note that this development in itself is not an affirmation of any particular element of what he ‘leaked.’ Parts may be true,
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History Is (Re)Written By The Winners
… or at least, by the ad agencies. The History Channel is a generally well-respected brand in the United States. The shows routinely make “water-cooler” conversation at sites like Redstate.
President-elect Obama gets welcomed on to the world stage
For the first time ever, President-elect Obama has received negative reviews and it is pretty safe to assume this is one major muslim capital crossed off the list for
Americans Who Don’t Love America
Over at Politico, a young reader tosses out a missive of instructive clarity, which a reporter instructively disowns, on the touchy subject of anti-Americanism. Clarity on this subject is always
Obama and Race
Hi Readers!I’m hearing some rumbles that Barack Obama’s ethnicity may prevent him from becoming U.S. President. It’s true that I am not, and will never be, a Barack Obama fan.
We Shouldn’t Hate Europeans
Let any bad thing befall the United States of America and its people, and you pretty much count on a cheering section to emerge. Yes, Osama Bin Ladin, “Pooty-Poot” and
Obama and the Pledge of Allegiance
Hi Readers!Like most other writers, I, too, am a voracious reader. Part of this reading involves reviewing and sending E-mails each morning, generally during those early morning hours when the