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mattcutts.com

by Matt Cutts

August 2, 2012

One of the most tenacious blackhat webspam techniques we continue to see is hacked sites.

I wanted to remind site owners that our free "Fetch as Google" tool can be a really helpful way to see whether you've successfully cleaned up a hacked site. For example, recently a well-known musician's website was hacked. The management firm for the musician wrote in to say that the site was clean now. Here's the reply I sent back...

Michelle Malkin

by Michelle Malkin

October 26, 2012

Yawn. Liberal journalists in the tank for Obama are claiming that conservatives are "outraged" and "enraged" by Hollywood femme Lena Dunham's campaign ad comparing her "first time" voting for Obama with losing her virginity.

You can watch the video and see all the starlets a-Twitter over the ad here. Doug Powers weighed in last night. I'm not "outraged." I'm bored. These privileged young Democrat celebs haven't stopped yapping and giggling about birth control and their swoon-worthy birth control supplier in the White House all year. Zzzzzzzzzzz. They've demanded RESPECT! and wheedled about the "war on women" while dressed as giant VAGINAS!

Michelle Malkin

by Michelle Malkin

February 23, 2011

Thuggery? What thuggery? Oh, yeah. That thuggery...

Hot Air

by Allahpundit

July 8, 2011

Skynet won't let us nuke ourselves. That's Skynet's job.

There's barely enough time to get a deal passed through both houses of Congress, even if they reach the framework of an agreement this weekend. By Major Garrett's calculation, it'll take 16 or 17 working days until it's passed and ready for Obama's signature, and that assumes no speed bumps along the way.

therealrevo.com

November 23, 2010

We know that government hiring procedures insure that a high number of morons are on the federal workforce. Apparently the morons at TSA don't realize that when their job requires them to be offensive that people will actually become offended.

They want to be protected from the consequences of their actions, using the same defense as those who were tried at Nuremberg. Here's my advice to those TSA workers who don't want to be called dirty names by their fellow citizens... If your job requires you to violate the Rights of free citizens and you don't want to be addressed in a manner that is appropriate for someone engaged in such behavior that requires you to trade your self-respect for a paycheck... QUIT.

reason.com

by Brian Doherty

May 21, 2014

Huffington Post publicized yesterday yet another in the endless series of "Officer Friendly At Work" videos with depressing revelations about how policing is done in these here United States.

While raiding a woman of Chinese ancestry's tanning salon and massage parlor in Chicago last year, over allegations an undercover officer was offered sex by an employee, here are some of the charming things Officer Gerald Di Pasquale said to Jianqing Klyzek: Di Pasquale: You’re not fucking American! I’ll put you in a UPS box and send you back to wherever the fuck you came from! Plaintiff: I’m a citizen, OK? Di Pasquale: No you’re not! No, you’re not a citizen! No, you’re not! No, you’re not! You’re here on our borrowed time. So mind your fucking business before I shut this whole fucking place down. And I’ll take this place and then whoever owns it will fucking kill you because they don’t care about you, OK? I’ll take this building. You’ll be dead and your family will be dead.

salon.com

by Jesse Walker

August 20, 2013

We're looking for truthers, terrorists and conspiracies everywhere. Our paranoia says more about us than reality

October 7, 2001: less than a month after 9/11. Police in Maryland decide that two trucks on Interstate 270 might be carrying explosives. The alert cops block traffic for an hour, searching the vehicles for tools of terror. The cargo turns out to be stage equipment headed to a memorial service for the firefighters killed in the attack. A forgivable mistake, given the circumstances? Perhaps. In Tyler, Texas, a few days earlier, federal agents, city police, and bomb experts from far-flung cities had descended on a family's mailbox to grapple with a gadget jerryrigged from wires, batteries, and green duct tape. The streets were blocked; the neighbors were evacuated. The device turned out to be an eight-year-old's homemade flashlight, built as a school project and left in the mailbox for safekeeping.

Michelle Malkin

by Michelle Malkin

April 23, 2012

This weekend, a video produced by Free Market America went live on YouTube - and it is racking up nationwide hits. Deservedly so.

The Earth Day-timed message is compelling and extremely relevant this campaign season. As the group writes: "The environmental agenda has been infected by extremism - it's become an economic suicide pact. And we're here to challenge it."

Hot Air

by Ed Morrissey

August 23, 2012

Well, well, well ... what a coinky-dink.

The man who got picked to review more than $23 billion in Department of Energy loans and gave them a clean bill of health - without reviewing loans to already-defunct Solyndra and Beacon Power - waited a whole two weeks to start donating to Barack Obama's re-election effort...

Hot Air

by Ed Morrissey

July 6, 2011

Yesterday, David Brooks scolded Republicans for not listening to "intellectual authorities" on fiscal policy.

Fair enough; I figured I'd devote some time today to the opinion of intellectual authorities on economics and public policy, and decided to focus on Harvard and Stanford for my research. Fortunately, economics professors at both top-notch bastions of intellectual authority have quite a lot to say about Obamanomics. Let's start with Harvard's Robert Barro, quoted in the London Telegraph as saying that government stimulus wastes money, has negative rather than positive multipliers for national economies, and only should be undertaken for specific purposes under narrow conditions...

      
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