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Headlines that don't merit their own entry


Disaster for Elizabeth Warren as All Three Networks Mock Native American Claims

I've enjoyed watching this play out. It's Warren's own fault. My one question is, why didn't the media call her on this decades ago?

Who’s Feeding the People on the Honduran Caravan?

Usually citing Limbaugh causes more problems than it solves. But blazes, the man raised the most important question on this issue.

High School Girls Admitted to Making False Sexual Assault Accusations Against a Male Student Because They ‘Just Don’t Like Him’

The legacy of the Obama-era Title IX guidance and #MeToo. Sometimes accusers lie.

Joe Arpaio Sues for $147 Million Over New York Times Op-Ed Slamming His Cruelty

“The op-ed's claims are harsh, but they're also true.”

Facebook lured advertisers by inflating ad-watch times up to 900 percent: lawsuit



Apple's privacy portal now lets US customers download their data



We Now Know The Government Funded Group Pushing Facebook Censorship



Food, water, ride: Guatemalans aid Honduran caravan migrants



Senior FinCen Employee Arrested And Charged With Unlawfully Disclosing SARs

Her thumb drive had 24,000 reports

Trump nominates openly gay conservative to federal appeals court



State Department provided 'clearly false' statements to derail requests for Clinton docs, 'shocked' federal judge says

Yep, the Deep State exists.

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Thursday roundup

Headlines that don't merit their own entry


'Enough lies!': Bosnian village bans politicians



Republican seeks to prohibit federal contracts to banks that cut off gunmakers

A good idea. I don't think it will pass though.

Nationwide 'Presidential Alert' Texts: Not the Best Idea



New Zealand Law Is an Affront to Travelers' Privacy, but Things Aren't Much Better Here



Is it time to expand the definition of ‘veteran?’

Trying to control the world through language. As far as I am concerned, veteran means honorable military service. Nothing more, nothing less.

Apple's Tim Cook: 'Don't believe' tech companies that say they need your data



Now the EU wants to turn off the Sun

First freedom of speech was sacrificed, now it's freedom of the press. What are they so afraid of?

Retail Apocalypse Picks Up Speed: Sears, JCPenney, Brookstone, Mattress Firm Spiral Toward Bankruptcy



Christine Blasey Ford ex-boyfriend says she helped friend prep for potential polygraph; Grassley sounds alarm



FAIL: 30 year old climate prediction proves to be a load of bunkum

The Maldives are not sinking into the ocean.

Pompeo to meet with North Korea's Kim on Sunday



Note To NATO - You Don't "Take Out" Missiles Without Having A War



Creating a Suspect Society: The Scary Side of the Technological Police State


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Tuesday roundup

Headlines that don't merit their own entry

DFL inquiry can't substantiate Ellison abuse allegation; report sent to law enforcement

Funny how women aren't believed when it's a Democrat being accused

Why Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings Should be Treated as Job Interviews, not Criminal Trials



Julie Swetnick Told NBC Her Brett Kavanaugh Story, and She Has Serious Credibility Issues



16-year-old girl saves little brother from cougar with bow-and-arrow



Bryan Caplan’s (Convincing) Case Against Education



Grandfather and Grandsons Detained by Officer, Kicked Out of Park for Drinking Kombucha Tea



EU: Politicizing the Internet



Feds Force Suspect To Unlock An Apple iPhone X With Their Face



Buried in an Overloaded and Terrible News Cycle: The House of Representatives Just Voted to Expand the PATRIOT Act.



Seattle Judges Finally Throw Out 15 Years Worth of Marijuana Convictions



A global tipping point: Half the world is now middle class or wealthier



The Secret Algorithm That Could Send You to Prison, Take Your Kids, or Crash Your Car


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Censorship & corporate virtue signalling

But they are hypocrites when they declare that they support free speech while applying selective censorship.

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NeoNote — Online monopolies

Facebook, Twitter, Google, Apple, all got big by offering something the competition did not have. No one was forced.

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Competition Redux

Computer security expert switches his company from Windows to Macintosh

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Clearing out the stack

Older headlines that don't merit their own entry

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Apple patented blocking smartphone cameras

Sometimes the oddest things can have the strangest consequences.

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DOJ delays Apple case

The FBI was fighting a PR war

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John Oliver speaks on encryption

Too good to skip

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The FBI demands you sacrifice privacy

He didn't talk about rights

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The FBI wants your iPhone

The FBI and the DoJ don't believe the U.S. Constitution applies

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Apple stands for rights

The FBI won’t stop at one iPhone.

The FedGovs won’t stop at ten thousand smart phones.

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Adequate

Mind you I still wasn’t getting the service I paid for, but it was so much better than what I’ve had for the last few months. I almost caught myself sending them a thank-you.

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Watching the headlines #2

“CNN ATTACKS Duke basketball coach for NOT speaking out against new Indiana Religious Freedom law”

“Everybody's Lost Their Goddamn Mind Over Religious Freedom”

“The overblown hypocrisy of Tim Cook's business boycott of Indiana”

“Sounds like Apple’s CEO needs to disable the ‘hypocrite’ app on his iPhone”

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Apple sneaks up on the competition

It’s not about Apple, it’s about the free market.

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Liberty, the internet, and the free market

The last, best hope for freedom

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Competition

Competition breeds progress and encourages honesty

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