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Michelle Malkin

by Michelle Malkin

October 6, 2011

Three are dead. Seven are wounded, some in critical condition. Keep the victims and their families in your prayers.

His friends and colleagues can't believe their "peaceful" community activist friend would do such a thing.

reason.com

October 13, 2013

On Tuesday, October 8, I participated in a New York Times debate about the effects of the government shutdown and budget sequestration.

"What federal spending are we better off without?" asked the Times of analysts from the left, right, and libertarian parts of the ideological spectrum. "What have we learned, seven months into sequestration and one week into a government shutdown?" Here's my answer...

nationalrighttolifenews.org

by Dave Andrusko

December 28, 2012

Both NRLC Director of Education Dr. Randall K. O'Bannon (see below) and myself have written glowing reviews of a book that transformed the way we understand fetal development: "From Conception to Birth: a Life Unfolds." The author is Alexander Tsiaras.

His work is amazing, but it is hard to give a name to what Tsiaras does. He describes himself a scientist, an artist, and a journalist, but what he has done is to develop scanning and visualization software that enables him to develop rich, 4-D animations of different human body parts, organs, and processes. Some of his most stunning work has been with fetal development. He catalogued his work in "Conception to Birth: a Life Unfolds" (published in 2002) and then animated this in a series of 40 videos - one for each week -on his website.

F-Secure Weblog

by Sean

October 18, 2011

Why are people so willing to give away their personal information to complete strangers?

It's because humans want to share information. And in fact, they share information a lot more freely than other "things" such as goods and services. Which of these are you most likely to provide without thinking much about it?...

sourceforge.net

by rbowen

February 8, 2013

You may have seen an article yesterday about "ransomware" on SourceForge and Github websites.

The exploit in question leads victims to fake sites, where their PCs are then infected with the offending malicious ransomware. First, we would like to state that no malware in this instance was hosted on SourceForge, but rather the content on SourceForge linked to malware hosted off-site. We wanted to also assure you that within minutes of becoming aware of the problem, our team here at SourceForge, had removed the offending content and blocked the addresses from which it was being created. Likewise, it's apparent that our peers at Github took similar actions to address the problem.

thegazette.com

by Jennifer Hemmingsen

December 28, 2011

When little Shelby Duis was found dead at her Spirit Lake home - with massive head injuries, fractured ribs and two broken hands - it sent a shock through the entire state.

Neighbors and day-care workers had warned child protective workers for nearly a year before the 2-year-old's January 2000 death that the girl was being abused. Then, later that same year, an Oskaloosa man came forward to say that he'd told officials for months his 23-month-old son was being mistreated by his estranged wife and her boyfriend before the boy was hospitalized with critical brain and spinal injuries.

therealrevo.com

December 3, 2010

Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) explains that if taxes aren't immediately raised on a small minority of the population who already pay a disproportionately large percentage of all taxes, it is the same as if we are being held hostage by Republican terroris

He also explains that, since none of the people in the room will receive the tax increase he is promoting, it is totally cool to impose it on those not present. He is flabbergasted that everybody doesn't see the wisdom in his argument. Here is a thought, Senator: Don't raise the taxes of anyone and cut the size of your damned Leviathan state.

The American Spectator

by Aaron Goldstein

August 21, 2011

Michele Bachmann is being criticized for making reference to "the rise of the Soviet Union" during a radio interview with Jay Sekulow on Thursday.

Fair enough. The Soviet Union hasn't existed in nearly twenty years (indeed, this weekend is the 20th anniversary of the coup against Mikhail Gorbachev​). But I am sure Bachmann meant to say Russia. I am sure she knows there's no USSR. Just as I am sure President Obama knows he hasn't visited 57 states with one to go. I am also sure President Obama knows full well there isn't an Austrian language and in his capacity as Commander in Chief can flawlessly pronounce "corpsman."

swimswam.com

October 9, 2012

Longtime USA Swimming Coach and Benefactor Dia Rianda sues Mark Schubert after she is fired for purportedly trying to keep Coach William "Bill" Jewell from having access to children while under investigation by USA Swimming for alleged sex abuse charges.

USA Swimming coach Dia Rianda has hired the sexual abuse law firm of Corsiglia, McMahon & Allard to file a wrongful termination lawsuit (Orange County Superior Court, Case # ) against former USA Swimming Olympic Team Coach Mark Schubert and his swim club, Golden West Swim Club (GWSC).

Hot Air

by Tina Korbe

March 11, 2012

The new social liberal theme: Sandra Fluke proves sex shaming is impossible in the face of relentless sex positivity.

Sex positivity? It's sexual liberation on steroids: Not only is it OK for anyone and everyone to have sex whenever, wherever, however, but it's positive, desirable. The only taboo is rape, which, according to the sex positivists, is now defined as "penetration, no matter how slight" that occurs "without the consent of the victim." (Little is said about various forms of sexual deviancy - prostitution, sadomasochism, bestiality - but - if it's all about subjective pleasure and very little about the objective end of procreation - it's hard to see why these behaviors would be discouraged.) To a sex positivist, "sl-t" is - you guessed it - a positive word. Want proof?

      
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