An awful lot of fuss has been made lately about a celebrity booty pic that supposedly cracked the internet.
I haven’t seen it, have no desire to see it, won’t see it, and won’t, although I have an opinion, comment on it.
What I will do however, is give you ten things that are always more attractive than any booty pic, or any other naked or semi-naked pic, for that matter. Continue reading
I watched The Fellowship of the Ring extended edition with my girlfriend and her family, and I was touched as for the first time by this scene: The Return of the King is such an epic, emotional movie, it’s easy to forget the first installment in The Lord of the Rings trilogy is a masterpiece … Continue reading
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has filed an amicus brief on behalf of Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-WI) against the National Security Agency (NSA). Sensenbrenner is the author of the original Patriot Act The case against the NSA was initiated by the ACLU. According to Sensenbrenner, it was never the intent of Congress for the Patriot … Continue reading
The FBI has issued a warning regarding spear-phishing email which has the appearance of being sent from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. The subject of the e-mail is “Search for Missing Children,” but attached to the email is a .zip file containing 3 malicious files. The FBI is reminding email recipients to … Continue reading
Written by – Tim Brown at Freedom Outpost Conservative Watchdog group Judicial Watch has obtained United States Defense Department education materials that expose the indoctrination that is being attempted within their ranks. The documents warn of “extremists” who “talk of individual liberties, states’ rights, and how to make the world a better place.” The documents … Continue reading
Florida Atlantic University (FAU) has adopted a new “Free Speech and Campus Civility” policy, which essentially disregards the First Amendment. Though initially the document espouses the benefits of free speech, it abruptly launches into an assault on the First Amendment rights of the FAU community. “What we do insist on, however, is that everyone in … Continue reading
Though it took over a year for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to finally do so, the regulatory agency has issued a stern warning regarding serious neurological and psychiatric side effects associated with mefloquine hydrochloride, a controversial antimalarial drug. This was the medication prescribed, by the Army, for Sergeant Robert Bales. Last year, while … Continue reading
It has come to the attention of the Transportation Department’s Inspector General that U.S. registries of pilots and aircraft contain incomplete data. This missing information could prove detrimental when it comes to screening for terrorists. The lack of information can also interfere with investigations of aviation accidents. The report also illuminates the fact that … Continue reading
Eric Himpton Holder, Jr. was born on January 21, 1951 in the Bronx, New York and was raised in Elmhurst, Queens. His father (1905-1970) arrived in the U.S. from Barbados and worked as a real estate broker. Holder’s mother, Miriam, is American-born and the daughter of immigrants from Saint Philip, Barbados. Holder attended Columbia University, … Continue reading
The James Rosen incident is indicative of a trend, in recent years, of chipping away at First Amendment rights. In the Rosen case, the Justice Department claimed that it did not violate the press freedom of the Fox News Correspondent as he isn’t press. Instead, the DOJ argued, he was an “aider and abettor and/or … Continue reading