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The Real Revo

by Bman

July 15, 2011

So what happens, when you are a police captain, and refuse to attend the "Police Appreciation Day", an event sponsored by The Islamic Society of Tulsa?

Why, you get punished by being demoted, being docked 2 weeks pay, and told you will not be eligible for promotion. That is what happened to Captain Paul Fields, who is Christian, and decided to opt out of the event, (I am surprised that they didn't demand that he receive sensitivity training as well...at least they haven't yet.) In fact, many officers had that option initially because it was a voluntary to attend. But after systemic disinterest the superiors in the department made the day mandatory.

by B. Christopher Agee

June 1, 2014

Western Journalism has covered the ongoing push among leftist California bureaucrats to include health warning labels on sugary drinks sold in the state.

After failing to attract legislative support for a soda tax last year, state Sen. Bill Monning backed a bill that would spell out what many would conclude are the obvious results of overindulging in such beverages. That proposal moved forward last week when the California Senate Appropriations Committee voted in favor of the warning label implementation.

reason.com

by Scott Shackford

August 5, 2014

A Denver bar has been cited by the state's Division of Civil Rights for discrimination because it refused to let a gay man dressed in drag enter.

The bar is the Denver Wrangler, and despite what its name might suggest, it is not some Country Western joint. It is, in fact, a gay bar. So the state has determined that a gay bar has discriminated against a gay person. What happened last summer is that a gay man named Vito Marzano, dressed in drag from a fundraiser elsewhere, wanted to enter the Wrangler. He was denied entry. The bar claims it wasn't because he was cross-dressing but because his image didn't match his driver's license. The bar had been previously cited for serving somebody underage and were now being extra cautious. For those not in the know, gay bars have a history of being targets of scrutiny by authorities looking for excuses to raid them and shut them down.

bananas.liberty.me

by David Montgomery

December 30, 2015

I was in Amsterdam when the Snowden story broke. CNN was non-stop asking politicians and pundits, "Is Edward Snowden a traitor?" Those who said he betrayed America also said something else: Mass surveillance is only an issue if you're a criminal.

The Snowden story hit me upon my return from - of all places on earth - the Secret Annex of the Anne Frank House. The Secret Annex is where Anne Frank and her family hid from the Nazis for two years. It was during this period of hiding in terror that Anne wrote her world-famous diary. In it she confided, "I want to be useful or bring enjoyment to all people, even those I've never met."

Big Journalism

by Evan Pokroy

April 28, 2011

There are Kool-Aid drinkers and then there is Ed Schultz. Even in the liberal bastion of MSNBC, the depth of his Obama worship stands out. He also doesn't have a very solid grasp of irony.

With Donald Trump's first attack on Obama's legitimacy finally coming to naught, Mr. Schultz feels the need to double down. He had some comments to make about the President and The Donald. Clearly Schultz has decided random statements are an effective substitute for coherent arguments.

cato-at-liberty.org

by Jim Harper

August 10, 2012

It got a lot of attention this morning when I tweeted, "You're Eight Times More Likely to be Killed by a Police Officer than a Terrorist." It's been quickly retweeted dozens of times, indicating that the idea is interesting to many people.

So let's discuss it in more than 140 characters. In case it needs saying: Police officers are unlike terrorists in almost all respects. Crucially, the goal of the former, in their vastest majority, is to have a stable, peaceful, safe, law-abiding society, which is a goal we all share. The goal of the latter is ... well, it's complicated. I've cited my favorite expert on that, Audrey Kurth Cronin, here and here and here. Needless to say, the goal of terrorists is not that peaceful, safe, stable society. I picked up the statistic from a blog post called: "Fear of Terror Makes People Stupid," which in turn cites the National Safety Council for this and lots of other numbers reflecting likelihoods of dying from various causes. So dispute the number(s) with them, if you care to.

Smashing Magazine

by Eran Galperin

September 28, 2011

Pricing your own product is always a tricky proposition, and the more critical the price is to your product's success, the more difficult it is to set.

It's easy to look at another product and say how much you would be willing to pay for it, but how can you know how much people would be willing to pay for yours? There are no absolute truths or perfect formulas for finding the best price, assuming that the "best price" even exists. Instead, take a structured approach to finding a good starting point, and improve it through feedback and testing. But first, you need to understand what the best price actually is.

blog.ensilo.com

by Tomer Bitton

December 8, 2015

Our research team exposed a critical security vulnerability appearing in various Anti-Virus (AV) products which has the potential to turn the Anti-Virus to an attack-enabler tool.

This issue is not necessarily constrained to security solutions, but potentially to any intrusive application such as data leak prevention (DLP) and performance monitoring solutions.

theblaze.com

September 26, 2011

Here's the irony about the Constitution: it doesn't matter if you believe in it or fully accept it, it still protects you. That's the case with one Black Panther supporter at the University of Minnesota-Duluth.

During an exchange with a Constitution-loving student on campus on Sept. 16, the Black Panther supporter said that he could "exercise" his 2nd Amendment right against his fellow student while also admitting later that he doesn't actually believe in the Constitution. It all happened while Phil Cleary was passing out Constitutions in honor of Constitution Day. Campusreform.org (which calls Cleary a "conservative) reports he had a table of literature promoting Western Civilization (and his group Youth for Western Civilization) and was engaging students and faculty on the topic. While doing that he had conversation with someone the site identifies as Blair Jordan Moses, the young man with a soft spot for the Black Panthers. And Cleary got it on video.

oxfordpress.com

by Michael D. Pitman

August 7, 2011

It's been five years since the death of 3-year-old Marcus Fiesel at the hands of his foster parents that captured the attention of the region, state and nation, sent two people to prison and led to a child welfare system overhaul.

Marcus' death during the weekend of Aug. 4-6, 2006, in the closet of the Carrolls' Union Twp. home in Clermont County placed a giant spotlight on some gaping holes in the child welfare system and led private foster placement agency, the former Lifeway for Youth, from operating in the state. While his death was the breaking point to prompt reform in Ohio's foster care and children services system, other children died while under the charge of Butler County Children Services: Tiffany Hubbard, 3, of Hamilton in 1986; Randi Fuller, 2, of Hamilton, in 2000; Christopher Long, 2, of Middletown, in 2001; Courtney Centers, 3, of Middletown in 2002; Jesus Rodriquez, 7 months, of Hamilton in 2003; and Justin Johnson, 13 months, of Middletown in 2004.

      
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