Category Archives: Privacy

Red Hen Owner Resigns As Director Of Volunteer-Organization After Backlash | Actions Have Consequences

Stephanie Wilkinson, the now infamous social justice warrior that kicked Sarah Sanders out of her Red Hen restaurant, has resigned from a local volunteer group following major backlash. Source: Red Hen Owner Resigns As Director Of Volunteer-Organization After Backlash | … Continue reading

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Your Phone Is Listening and it’s Not Paranoia – VICE

A couple years ago, something strange happened. A friend and I were sitting at a bar, iPhones in pockets, discussing our recent trips in Japan and how we’d like to go back. The very next day, we both received pop-up … Continue reading

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Confirmed: FBI Was Spying on the Trump Campaign

Earlier this week the New York Times published a story revealing the FBI was not only spying on the Trump campaign, but had at least one FBI informant embedded within it. Further, the piece reveals the FBI didn’t have enough evidence … Continue reading

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Now Arriving: Porn Feminism

We’ve entered the porn phase of feminism. You could call it the third stage. Those of the first stage, led by Susan B. Anthony and the suffragettes, wore white to proclaim their virtue and show themselves as morally superior to … Continue reading

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Fake News Looks Real Enough – This Is Not Obama Speeking

via You Won’t Believe What Obama Says In This Video! 😉 – YouTube vvv   Even better fake

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Harry Reid and the Liberal Left Voter ID Scam Exposed

What’s the amazing appeal of Anthem Country Club? It’s got a big beautiful wall around it. And thick iron gates in front, protected by armed guards. The result? There is virtually no crime inside walled, gated, armed Anthem. …. Lesson … Continue reading

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Cambridge University hits back at Zuckerberg

What’s curious about this response is that Zuckerberg elides to mention how Facebook’s own staff have worked with the program he’s suggesting his company “found now” — as if it had only discovered the existence of the Cambridge University Psychometrics … Continue reading

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