Roundup of news from top blogs in the ‘sphere
WE WON’T FORGET WHAT HAPPENED WHEN TERRORISTS HIT BOSTON LAST APRIL after two malcontents [allegedly] maimed and killed innocent people. It probably won’t shock you to learn the younger malcontent has fans, including one recounted by Jammie Wearing Fools: A Twitter twit who believes “he didn’t do it.”
REGARDING THE BOSTON BOMBINGS, the twit’s attitude is just as psychotic as what David Axelrod, key figure in the installation of two terms for President Barack Obama, said as news of the bombings broke. Of course he went political: “[I]t was tax day. Was it someone who was pro–you know, you just don’t know.” Could remarks be more disgusting? I wrote about Axelrod’s slur at my former site The US Report.
SEN. RAND PAUL HAS DRAWN MUCH ATTENTION ahead of a potential White House run in 2016. Paul, a Republican from Kentucky, has his supporters and his alarmed detractors who claim he’s weak on self-defense. Instapundit weighs in on Paul.
VIA INSTAPUNDIT FOLLOW THE LINK to a post at Daily Pundit for more on Paul. Personally, I think if Paul can soothe naysayers on matters like Israel, he will definitely give primary contenders a good challenge. He is so far the only candidate who appears to be running who can communicate with youth, partly because he is the only candidate trying to communicate with them.
OVER AT THE JAWA REPORT, there’s a bizarre brief about Islam classes in German schools, suggesting Germany, like the U.S., does love her some double-speak.
At ZDNET A BLOGGER DELIVERS A CYBER-WHACK ON THE HEAD to the tech sector for the Heartbleed bug security lapse that could eventually haunt you, me, and anyone else who tinkers around on social media. Other media haven’t done a very solid job of even telling people about the security vulnerability.
(Compiled by Kay B. Day/April 15, 2014)
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