33 votes

'Stand With Rand' PAC Doesn't Give a Crap About Government Rules!


Prompted to change its name, committee tells federal government to buzz off!

By Dave Levinthalemail | September 19, 2013 | The Center for Public Integrity

The "Stand with Rand PAC" is taking a stand against the government.

In a letter to the Federal Election Commission, the independent political committee today cheekily dismissed regulators' assertion that it can't use the name of Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., in its title unless the candidate himself formally authorizes it.

"This Committee ... is unaware that the late Ayn Rand, noted philosopher and author and of Atlas Shrugged, is seeking election to federal office," Stand with Rand PAC wrote. 

Continue at The Center for Public Integrity

16 votes

Facebook Picture Illustration: 'Amerika forward - Health Insurance, Tax Penalty, or Incarceration'

(8:13)…in order for you to force people to get health insurance, you've got to have a very harsh stiff penalty."

—Barack Obama (Democratic Primary Debate 02/21/08)


133 votes

I suggested that my daughter read Animal Farm. A few days later I found this on my desk.

We homeschool and occasionally my kids get bored and ask me for something to do. Many times this leads to me listing through classic books to see if they have read them yet. They are voracious readers and I can usually suggest a book that catches their attention. Recently, I suggested that my 14 year old daughter read Animal Farm by George Orwell. I told her that it was a parable about the way that some governments rise to power and how that power can be abused.

22 votes

Humankind’s Most Dangerous Moment: Fukushima Fuel Pool at Unit 4. “This is an Issue of Human Survival.”

By Harvey Wasserman | Global Research, September 20, 2013

We are now within two months of what may be humankind’s most dangerous moment since the Cuban Missile Crisis.

There is no excuse for not acting. All the resources our species can muster must be focussed on the fuel pool at Fukushima Unit 4.

10 votes

The Habits Of Supremely Happy People

The Huffington Post | By Kate Bratskeir | 09/16/2013

After exploring what accounts for ultimate satisfaction, Seligman says he was surprised. The pursuit of pleasure, research determined, has hardly any contribution to a lasting fulfillment. Instead, pleasure is "the whipped cream and the cherry" that adds a certain sweetness to satisfactory lives founded by the simultaneous pursuit of meaning and engagement.

20 votes

9 Year - Old Suspended Indefinitely From School Over Toy That “Looks Like A Gun” (VIDEO)

9 Year - Old Suspended Indefinitely From School Over Toy That “Looks Like A Gun” (VIDEO)

Fox News 2
Saturday, September 21, 2013 at 7:24 am

The parents of 9-year-old Gage say he has been suspended from school indefinitely after a teacher believes he was pretending a toy was a gun. Gage brought the toy into school at Creative Montessori Academy in Southgate and was showing it to a friend before school hours when a teacher says Gage pointed the gun at his friend and said “bang, bang.”

20 votes

Latest Snowden Leaks Show GCHQ Gleefully Hacking Belgian Telco

Latest Snowden Leaks Show GCHQ Gleefully Hacking Belgian Telco

by Mike Masnick
Fri, Sep 20th 2013 6:37pm

Another day, another report on a leaked Snowden document, this time showing how the UK's GCHQ, using technology from the NSA, gleefully hacked into Belgian telco giant Belgacom's system.

16 votes

Former British Ambassador : Mossad fabricated evidence on CW attack in Syria

The GCHQ listening post on Mount Troodos in Cyprus is arguably the most valued asset which the UK contributes to UK/US intelligence cooperation. The communications intercept agencies, GCHQ in the UK and NSA in the US, share all their intelligence reports (as do the CIA and MI6). Troodos is valued enormously by the NSA. It monitors all radio, satellite and microwave traffic across the Middle East, ranging from Egypt and Eastern Libya right through to the Caucasus.

10 votes

Drone Strike Kills 4 Women and 4 Children. Who Holds US Gov't Accountable?

Afghanistan's NATO force has launched an investigation into an attack by a drone aircraft on an al Qaeda member which a senior Afghan official said killed eight women and children.

Civilian casualties have been a long-running source of friction between Afghan President Hamid Karzai and his international backers. Karzai has forbidden Afghan troops from calling for foreign air strikes, though the ban is not always adhered to.

26 votes

Wow, big hit piece on homeschooling, perfectly timed to coincide with...

... you know what!

How's this for a heavy duty dose of fear from the Daily Beast?

The Sinister Side of Homeschooling
Sep 20, 2013 5:45 AM EDT

Because the practice is almost entirely unregulated in much of the country, parents are able to hide their crimes—sometimes fatally. Michelle Goldberg investigates.

11 votes

Go ahead and scroll to the bottom of this page for me.

Here is the page.


And scroll, and scroll, and scroll. And then scroll some more. It never ends!

That's the new thing in websites these days. It is called "the endless scroll." Have you seen it on other sites? You see it on facebook.

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