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George Zimmerman Acquitted

July 14, 2013

Last evening the six-member jury deliberating the guilt of George Zimmerman found him not guilty, acquitting him for the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.  The Blaze has great coverage of the last 24 hours, as this story keeps developing. Having been on a million juries (that’s what I get for voting in every election!), [...]

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Sharknado? Yup, Sharknado

July 12, 2013

What happens when global warming sucks sharks out of the ocean, puts them in a tornado, and has them attacking people (and Tara Reid) in Southern California? A rare dose of campy awesomeness which Syfy Channel’s Sharknado delivered last night; a “mockbuster” film if there ever was one: Syfy has consistently mixed up all sorts of [...]

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Steven Crowder, the Zimmerman Trial, and Facebook

July 2, 2013

Last week Rachel Jeantel testified as a witness for the prosecution against George Zimmerman in the trial over the death of Trayvon Martin. Her testimony was just plain awful, generated uncomfortable laughs, as well as plenty of racial controversy (what doesn’t these days!). So here comes Steven Crowder, who loves to draw attention to the [...]

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NSA Surveillance Programs Wreak Havoc on Liberty

June 7, 2013

The National Security Agency (NSA) has been collecting data from (at the every least) Verizon to data-mine billions of phone calls in order to prevent future terror attacks — and they’ve been doing it for seven years (BTW if that’s the case, then they really dropped the ball in Boston, didn’t they)! It’s not just [...]

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Mass Murderer Mess in California

February 10, 2013

Former LAPD officer and California killing spree suspect Christopher Dorner has been on the lamb for going on five days now.  After killing three people and writing a “manifesto” accusing the LAPD of racism, the LAPD has decided to re-open the case of Dorner’s firing some five years ago. Is the LAPD’s desire to deflate [...]

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Facebook Goes Public

May 18, 2012

Facebook went public today with its initial public offering (IPO) at $38 a share.  It closed at $38.23 with the highest trading volume of any company’s first day since GM.  That’s a lot of volume for such small gains.  The NASDAQ also fell a bit today.  Overall, for such a potentially risky stock, Facebook did [...]

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Ed Schultz vs. Laura Ingraham — Guess Who Won

May 25, 2011

No one should be surprised at the intellectual breadth of modern liberals.  It’s truly daunting, especially when certified libtard Ed Schultz had this to say yesterday about radio talk show host, lawyer, best-selling author, and cancer-survivor Laura Ingraham: Typical. Laura responded on Facebook in classic form: “The crude comments made about me by Ed Schultz [...]

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Depressed? It Might Be Facebook’s Fault!

March 28, 2011

I was not surprised to read an article this morning about how “Facebook Depression” is a growing concern amongst today’s youth and that parents need to look for the signs.  Not only do Millennials have to worry about the impending (and laughable) “Quarter-life Crisis“, but now there’s a pre-teen/teen crisis (possibly) caused by Facebook lurking [...]

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Palin Slams Liberal Obama and His WTF Slogan

January 27, 2011

In yesterday’s fantastic column on the State of the Union, Ann Coulter managed to work in a dig against John McCain’s 2008 campaign when she criticized the Maverick for his excessive cooperation with the left: You knew it was bad when John McCain leapt up and enthusiastically applauded. The last time I saw McCain applaud [...]

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The Astroturfing of the “Coffee Party”

March 13, 2010

I heard a little buzz a few weeks back about some people who are upset with government who want to organize to get this country moving in the right direction by breaking the gridlock in Washington and get our representatives to be more representative. Sounds great, right?  Kind of sounds like the Tea Party Movement, [...]

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