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Michelle Malkin

by Michelle Malkin

December 12, 2011

Here we go again. You remember where the "Day of Rage" 2011 festivities first broke out earlier this fall, don't you?

Unionized longshoremen stormed the port there and took a half-dozen guards hostage in early September. They damaged railroad cars and dumped grain, smashed windows, cut brake lines, and blocked a train for hours while the ILWU and AFL-CIO cheered them on. Despite violating a judicial restraining order and committing systematically planned sabotage and trespassing, most of the thugs got away with wrist slaps. The International Longshore and Warehouse Union received a $250,000 fine to cover damages from the vandalism. One of the mobsters arrested was this unhinged ILWU guy, who threatened to beat up KGW reporters...

CNBC

by Eric Rosenbaum

October 9, 2013

It's too late to stop the rise of genetically modified crops such as the Roundup Ready ones made famous by agricultural giant Monsanto.

Monsanto announced this past week the $930 million acquisition of Climate Corp., a pioneer among a new breed of data analytics firms focused on agricultural issues like crop insurance and agricultural risk management, which was founded by two former Google engineers. "The Climate Corporation is focused on unlocking new value for the farm through data science," Monsanto chief Hugh Grant said in a statement. "Everyone benefits when farmers are able to produce more with fewer resources."

The American Spectator

by Robert Stacy McCain

October 28, 2011

My friends at the Maryland Conservative Action Network were kind enough to invite me to speak on a panel about New Media at their "Turning the Tides" conference Saturday in Annapolis.

Then on Friday, a friend sent me a link to a Huffington Post article calling for protests of the conference. This is very good news: Nothing like a bunch of noisy left-wing protesters to garner some free publicity and, as every conservative knows, you're nobody until you've been denounced by CAIR.

Commtouch Cafe

by Avi Turiel

August 9, 2012

A recent collection of malware emails borrows heavily from authentic mailings sent out by Groupon and LinkedIn.

The outbreak is different from the blended attacks that have featured regularly in the last few months since it relies on attached malware as opposed to a link to drive-by malware. Using email templates modeled on Groupon and LinkedIn increases the chances that recipients will consider the attachment genuine and worth opening. The example below shows a Groupon "deal" found by a friend. Recipients are invited to open the attachment to view the gift details and also to forward it on to friends. All the links within the "offer" point to genuine Groupon sites.

Michelle Malkin

by Michelle Malkin

February 3, 2012

If it's Friday, it's another White House dump day. Cue the dump truck horn: Doot! Doot! Doot!

While Obama sycophants are busy trumpeting deceptive jobs numbers, the administration is quietly moving forward with job-killing Obamacare regs and taxes. The IRS today released rules to impose the $20 billion Obamacare medical device tax scheduled to take effect next year. At a time when the White House is touting its government initiatives to champion "innovation," the Obamacare innovation tax on medical device/diagnostic manufacturers will kill an estimated 43,000 jobs.

Google Webmaster Central Blog

April 19, 2011

Security checks are nobody's cup of tea. We've never seen people go through airport baggage checks for fun. But while security measures are often necessary, that doesn't mean they have to be painful.

In that spirit, we've implemented several major improvements to make the Google Site Verification process faster, more straightforward, and perhaps even a pleasure to use-so you can get on with the tasks that matter to you.

theatlantic.com

September 9, 2013

A kind of politics we have not seen for more than 150 years

Two big examples of problematic self-government are upon us. They are of course the possible partial shutdown of the federal government, following the long-running hamstringing of public functions via "the sequester"; and a possible vote not to raise the federal debt ceiling, which would create the prospect of a default on U.S. Treasury debt. The details are complicated, but please don't lose sight of these three essential points: Now a few details:

bastiatinstitute.org

June 4, 2012

The Los Angeles Times notes that Boeing Co. recently tested a new kind of hydrogen-propelled drone capable of staying in flight for four days. Currently most drones can stay aloft for about 30 hours, which is obviously already superior to manned aircraft.

There's obviously nothing inherently scary about this sort of thing - technology, freedom, etc. It would be nice if this just meant a cool new piece of technology that humans are having fun with. But considering the still-shaky status of drones and safety and not crashing, not to mention the domestic repercussions for technology that can let this baby hang out in the air for four days...It's a bit unnerving. Until we all have our drones and nobody has any privacy, of course.

bloomberg.com

by Shannon Pettypiece and Jordan Robertson

July 5, 2014

You may soon get a call from your doctor if you've let your gym membership lapse, made a habit of picking up candy bars at the check-out counter or begin shopping at plus-sized stores.

That's because some hospitals are starting to use detailed consumer data to create profiles on current and potential patients to identify those most likely to get sick, so the hospitals can intervene before they do.

Michelle Malkin

by Doug Powers

August 15, 2012

Yesterday Joe forgot which state he was in. Not to be outdone, today in Virginia he forgot what century he's in.

      
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