As white nationalists rallied in Charlottesville, Virginia this past weekend, they were confronted by counter-protesters, some of whom were members of a loosely-organized coalition known as “antifa,” or “anti-fascists.” Anti-fascist symbols were often …Read more
Privacy advocates call warrant for IP addresses of 1.3 million people who visited inauguration protest website an unconstitutional ‘fishing expedition’.Read more
At the end of July, the simmering tension between North Korea and the U.S. took on heightened urgency after observers noted that the latest North Korean missile could possibly reach the West Coast. The “rebel state” carried out an intercontinental ball…Read more
One of the homes of Trump’s former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort was raided in late July by the FBI following Manafort’s testimony to Congress. The fact that a federal judge issued the “no knock”warrant indicates there is credible evidence that a crime has been committed.Read more
With the latest threats from North Korea and Trump’s response, the possibility of war is becoming more concerning. Recent intel reports say that North Korea has a nuclear weapon that fits on a missile that could reach the United States.Read more
An Australian teen was attacked recently by some mysterious and carnivorous sea creatures, the images will make your skin crawl and make you want to stay away from the waters.Read more
Kayleigh Mcenany, former CNN commentator and Trump supporter becomes Trump’s “Real News” anchor, reporting what the Trump admin considers factual reporting.Read more
Trump advisor says net neutrality hinderes free data services for the poor.
FCC leadership now fully supports zero-rating, the practice in which ISPs exempt some websites and online services from data caps, often in exchange for payment from the websites. Zero-rating is controversial in the US and abroad, with many consumer advocates and regulators saying it violates the net neutrality principle that all online content should be treated equally by network providers.
But some zero-rating proponents believe it can serve a noble purpose—bringing Internet access to poor people who otherwise would not be online. That’s the view of Roslyn Layton, who served on Trump’s FCC transition team, does telecom research at Aalborg University in Denmark, and works as a visiting fellow at the conservative American Enterprise Institute.Read more
As expected, Retired General John Kelly, the incoming White House Chief of Staff had Anthony Scaramucci removed from his newly appointed position as Communications Director. Last week, Scaramucci removed Sean Spicer from his position as Press Secretary and had Reince Priebus resign as Chief of Staff. Five days later Scaramucci is out at the request of the new Chief of Staff. Makes you wonder if Scaramucci regrets having Spicer and Priebus replaced now that Priebus replacement, John Kelly, caused him to be removed from his new job as Communications Director.Read more
While some criminals are murderous thugs, in the USA you’re still innocent until proven guilty. Police are not judge and juror, their only job is to protect and serve the public by enforcing the laws and arresting anyone suspected of breaking the laws. Of course not everyone is arrested for breaking a law, it depends what law was broken and the severity of the crime.
For the president to imply he’s OK with police roughing criminals up is inhumane and un American. He may as well go live in a dictatorial, communist country if that’s what he supports.