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Disqus: Feminizing America One Lost Down Vote at a Time
  15 Mar 2014     5:52 pm      Warner Todd Huston

This month the blog commenting system Disqus changed its system with neither a warning nor an explanation, eliminating the ability of page visitors to see the tallied number of down votes to any of the comments. Apparently the blog service felt that Americans were getting their feelings hurt so badly by a down vote that it had to eliminate the capability. And thus the feminization of America continues.
Previously, the Disqus commenting system featured a way for other page visitors who had opened an account with Disqus to either up vote …

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The Chinese High-Tech Dynasty Wrapped in Red
  5 Jan 2014     10:45 am      Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

By: Terresa Monroe-Hamilton
NoisyRoom.net

If we can’t get them out, we’ll breed them out. – Edward I of England (Longshanks – Braveheart) – Instituting the right of Prima Nocte… First Night.
Perhaps a modern day Paul Revere, instead of going on a Midnight Ride and proclaiming: “The Regulars are coming… The Regulars are coming!,” he should be shouting: “The Chinese are coming… The Chinese are coming!” It fits our current storyline more appropriately, but alas no one is warning the Republic this time. And even if they did, most Americans would tune him …

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NROL – Nothing Is Beyond Our Reach
  7 Dec 2013     9:42 am      Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

By: Terresa Monroe-Hamilton
NoisyRoom.net

Seriously? Having created an uber tense surveillance climate, the U.S. National Reconnaissance Office decided this was the perfect time to unveil their new logo of the squid who spied on me. It’s a monster octopus with tentacles that encircle the globe. I share Doug Ross’ sentiments… I’m all for a strong U.S. intelligence capability, as long as it is not used against Americans. But after the whole NSA kerfluffle (which by the way, is ridiculous since everyone is spying on everyone else and then screaming over the US …

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“Flexibility” With Our Enemies
  17 Nov 2013     9:20 am      Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

By: Terresa Monroe-Hamilton
NoisyRoom.net

Now, this is “flexibility” comrade! Moving from the insane to the treasonous… welcome to Glonass, the Russian GPS positioning and monitoring system. And our State Department sees no problem with allowing these systems to be positioned on American soil throughout the country:
In May 2012, Moscow requested that the United States allow the ground-monitoring stations on American soil. American technical and diplomatic officials have met several times to discuss the issue and have asked Russian officials for more information, said Ms. Harf, the State Department spokeswoman.
In the meantime, C.I.A. …

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Pentagon Psyops – Hijacking the Airwaves
  19 Sep 2013     9:39 am      Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

By: Terresa Monroe-Hamilton
NoisyRoom.net

Tokyo Rose has found a new home at the Pentagon… Cass Sunstein, is that you?
Everyone watches as the first action of a tyrannical government during a conflict with their people unfolds is the shutting down of social media and the seizure of the airwaves. But Americans believe it will never happen here. That is a fantastical delusion that is deadly.
Enter the United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM), the organization that oversees America’s elite special forces. They are quietly seeking equipment to do just that in targeted theaters. Right …

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Edward Snowden: Traitor or Hero?
  28 Jun 2013     12:16 pm      Rachel Alexander

A whistleblower has exposed the National Security Administration’s warrantless spying on millions of ordinary Americans, and conservatives are divided in their reactions. Dick Cheney and Michele Bachmann are calling former NSA contractor Edward Snowden a traitor. This may be the only time I ever disagree with them.
Snowden revealed that judges are approving warrants allowing the government to obtain “inadvertently acquired” information without a search warrant. This includes the contents of emails and listening in on phone conversations. It is ostensibly authorized under Section 215 of the Patriot Act.
This is terrifying when you …

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Wikipedia’s Top Hits: In America, George W. Bush’s Entry Most Controversial
  5 Jun 2013     4:15 pm      Warner Todd Huston

A new study of the most controversial entries on Wikipedia, the crowd sourced, online encyclopedia, shows that in the English language entry the most fought over is the biography of George W. Bush.
The authors of The most controversial topics in Wikipedia, a study that looked at the most controversial pages by language group, finds some topics stir passions in all cultures–such as matters of religion, God, Jesus, and Muhammad–while others are dependent on more localized matters–such as ages old ethnic conflicts and local politics.
The study looked at the pages that …

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On Another Note: We Gave More Stuff to People Who Hate Us.
  19 May 2013     6:11 pm      Unicorn Jones

Sens. Kelly Ayotte and Richard Blumenthal are currently pushing a bill that seems like such a no-brainer that it raises some serious questions about why there’s a need for actual legislation. It’s called the Never Contract with the Enemy Act and if passed, it would prohibit the U.S. government from granting contracts to foreign countries or entities deemed enemies of the state, like Iran and North Korea.

Because, as you know, although they clearly hate us and threaten to nuke the United States and it’s closest friends on a regular basis, …

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3D-Printed Guns Can’t Be Stopped
  26 Apr 2013     8:29 pm      Warner Todd Huston

According to many at the 3D Printing Conference and Expo, 3D-printed guns are inevitable despite the efforts of some 3D printer companies and politicians to try and stop it.

The expo now underway in New York revealed opposing views on the issue of printed firearms, but according to 3D gun advocate Cody Wilson, 3D-printed guns are not only already here but should be legal.
Wilson, the founder and director of Defense Distributed, scoffed at claims by other conference speakers that 3D-printed guns are still not technologically viable. “No, it’s here today,” he …

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On Easter, Google Doodle Celebrates Union Leader Cesar Chavez
  31 Mar 2013     1:14 pm      Warner Todd Huston

This year, March 31 is Easter Day, the day that American Christians celebrate Jesus Christ having risen from the tomb to join his Father in Heaven. But instead of hosting a doodle celebrating that sacred holiday, this March 31, Google is celebrating the birth of famed union activist Cesar Chavez.

Cesar Chavez was born on March 31, 1927 and is most well known for organizing south western farm workers into unions in the 1950s, 60s and 70s. In 1962, Chavez co-founded the National Farm Workers Association (NFWA) with fellow activist Dolores …

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“Are Apple and Google in Race for North Carolina’s ‘Black Gold’?”
  29 Dec 2012     6:37 am      Craig Newmark

Manure. Pig manure, that is.

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The Republican Study Committee Members Prostrate Themselves In Front Of The Entertainment Industry’s Lobbyists
  7 Dec 2012     10:20 am      John Hawkins

The Republican Study Committee is a group of conservatives in the House that generally do excellent work. Overall, they’re part of the solution in D.C., not part of the problem.
That being said, it has been embarrassing to watch how they’ve behaved in the debacle that has been their aborted attempt to reform copyright law.
It started out with what was the single most innovative thing to come out of the Republican Study Committee in the last year, a proposal to change copyright law. It was much needed, fresh thinking on …

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Bait and Switch: Law Goes From Protecting Your Email to Allowing Gov’t Into Your Email
  20 Nov 2012     3:50 pm      Warner Todd Huston

A new law that was originally meant to strengthen the privacy of your email was recently re-written to allow government more access to your private emails and other digital files.
When H.R. 2471 went to the Senate, Democrat Senator Pat Leahy quickly rewrote the whole thing to allow federal policing agencies to have the power to search your digital files without a warrant.
As CNET reports it,

Leahy’s rewritten bill would allow more than 22 agencies — including the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Federal Communications Commission — to access Americans’ e-mail, …

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“How To Email Busy People”
  18 Nov 2012     6:37 am      Craig Newmark

Good advice.

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“You think your password is secure? Read this”
  10 Nov 2012     6:19 am      Craig Newmark

Not good news.

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Porn Addiction at Crisis Level
  25 Oct 2012     2:06 pm      Rachel Alexander

More than 50% of men now look at pornography regularly, thanks to easy access and constant bombardment of images on the internet. No one wants to talk about it. Society generally looks the other way at pornography, dismissing it as harmless “men’s entertainment.” The reality is that it is extremely addictive, and along with the addiction comes life-destroying side effects. It puts the addict into a creepy bondage that affects the lives of those around him or her. It is not a victimless crime. It has become a chilling epidemic that …

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Study: Most Social Media Users Into Politics
  23 Oct 2012     3:32 pm      Warner Todd Huston

A new study by the Pew Research Center finds that two thirds of social media users are also active in politics.
The study found that 66 percent of adult social media users (which is 39 percent of all U.S. adults) had promoted political or socio-political issues and one third used their social media to post their own opinions and to share content about political matters.
35 percent used their social media to urge others to vote and 28 percent have used tools to to post links to stories or articles on politics. …

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“Software solves burglary while Raleigh couple vacations in Aruba”
  21 Oct 2012     6:21 am      Craig Newmark

Very cool.

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May Every Troll On The Net Face The Same Fate As Violentacrez One Day
  15 Oct 2012     8:26 am      John Hawkins

For years now, I’ve been saying that I’d like to see the Internet redesigned to put an end to anonymity. The response is always something like, “What about whistle blowers and people in repressive dictatorships?” The reality is, that’s a tiny percentage of the people who’d be impacted. In actuality, anonymity mostly serves to protect pieces of human garbage like Violentacrez.
Last Wednesday afternoon I called Michael Brutsch. He was at the office of the Texas financial services company where he works as a programmer and he was having a bad …

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Obama Chasing Spain’s Failure
  12 Jul 2012     9:48 am      Michael Fell

Just last year Obama was telling America how “green” energy technology was the guaranteed pathway to energy security and independence:
“The future is here. We are poised to transform the ways we power our homes and our cars and our businesses”.
He said America risked falling behind the rest of the world in the design, production and implementation of renewable or “green” technology.  The nation he most often cited as the example for America’s green energy development to follow was Spain.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t3UebL-x-sw
Spain announced on April 7, 2012 that they would halt all new …

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