Category Archives: Technology

Why is Congress ignoring House IT investigation with Capitol Police in lead?

The House Oversight & Government Reform Committee hasn’t faced a barrage of questions about an investigation with national security implications. Media have largely ignored the investigation. Making things even more questionable is the fact the criminal probe is being conducted … Continue reading

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Will a president disavow his and his secretary of state’s favors for Russia?

Having temporarily discarded the race card, opponents of President Donald Trump flipped their meme to Russia. For months, accusations have flown, sourced to anonymous leakers, targeting Trump and his associates’ alleged ties to Russia. Fact is Russia was granted generous … Continue reading

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New social media site Gab offers non-censored option

Many options in social media distinctly favor left of center users, and now the market has produced a new option. Social media site Gab, still in test mode, offers a venue to those who strongly favor free expression. 

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Can you trust Mrs. Clinton to safeguard your personal information?

Regardless of the outcome of the latest FBI announcement about emails related to the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s servers and “multiple devices”, voters should ask themselves a very important question. What does Mrs. Clinton’s record say about safeguarding your personal … Continue reading

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Is the Obama administration playing Russian roulette with Internet handover?

Is the current US president playing Russian roulette with the Internet? It appears he is. Despite the fact most Americans can’t imagine a world without the Internet, few have paid attention to a handover scheduled to occur on October 1. … Continue reading

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1A vulnerable as Obama set to cede Internet control to ‘multistakeholder model’

President Barack Obama’s administration will cede US control of the Internet to a ‘multistakeholder model’ when a contract with the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority expires on October 1, 2016. The decision has made strange bedfellows in politics, with arch conservatives … Continue reading

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As news broke on Amtrak accident, media overlooked Obama influence

Update 5/13: There is still no information about the type of train that derailed. The Amtrak website described the train as Northeast Regional Train 188. The photo included with this article is not a picture of the train that derailed. It is … Continue reading

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