What if the El Paso Shooter’s “Manifesto” wasn’t Written by the Shooter?

Update: So allegedly, Crusius has admitted to not liking Latinos very much and did claim to target them in the Walmart shooting. Police are still saying they “think” he wrote the manifesto, but that hasn’t yet been confirmed (though his ideas do seem consistent). If he did write the manifesto, all I can say is Read More …

Jen Gennai: Posterchild for Section 230 Reform

Jen Gennai is Irish and the Head of “Responsible Innovation, Global Affairs at Google”. I don’t know whether Ms. Gennai has taken the U.S. Naturalization exam, but studying for that civics test, one will find many references to America’s cherished freedoms of speech and expression. I don’t think Ms. Gennai has much regard for America’s Read More …

Another Microsoft Cloud Server Compromised

A vpnMentor research team discovered a massive data breach of a Microsoft Cloud Server, potentially impacting 65% of all U.S. households. The database contained information on household member names, ages, income levels, and marital status. Although Microsoft has purportedly shutdown the server and notified their client, it has declined to notify the public of the Read More …

It’s Time for Congress to Curtail Section 230 Protections for Tech Giants

User content is now routinely removed and edited by Facebook, Twitter, Google, Instagram, et al, and it is increasingly evident they are doing so strictly along ideological lines. Moreover, users are routinely censored or banned for “hate speech” and other “terms of service” violations for simply expressing non-defamatory views void of obscenity or other non-1A Read More …

Data Science Illustrates the Failure of Progressive Social Policies

“A picture is worth a thousand words.” So with that thought in mind, I present the “Shit Map” of San Francisco, California The “Shit Map” is designed to allow residents of the Bay Area to self-report sightings of human feces in places where it should not be (e.g. a sidewalk say). In addition to graphically Read More …

The EU Just Blew-Up the Internet

Tuesday, March 26, 2019, the European Parliament voted to approve new Internet regulations across all member nations. Of particular concern are Articles 11 and 13 of the new law. The provisions of Article 11 require anyone – individual or corporate – to pay a licensing fee for URL links that they publish. This is being Read More …

The Silicon Valley False Flag Operation to Suppress Voters and Blame Russia

The Washington Post reported today that Linked-In founder Reid Hoffman financed a false flag disinformation operation using social media to influence the Alabama Senate primary election. The principal target was GOP primary candidate Roy Moore, and one of the goals of the operation was to: “…suppress unpersuadable Republicans (hard R’s) and faction moderate Republicans by Read More …

12 Myths of Physician Assisted Suicide

MD Magazine did an analysis of Physician Assisted Suicide (PAS) laws and their outcome in Oregon and Washington, and came to some disturbing conclusions. One of the more striking observations was that despite claims that most people request PAS due to “overwhelming pain”, MD researchers instead found: “…the most common reasons for requesting medical aid Read More …