AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Surveillance. Online privacy. Robots. Food processing. Wearable computers. To get a sense of what'...
Mar 7 2014, 2:31pm CST
The smartest thing that double-murderer Joseph Woods ever did was to ask for some basic information.
Last Wednesday in Arizona, Woods was set to receive a lethal-injection cocktail of dubious provenance after a lower court denied the prisoner’s request for details about the chemicals, and about the “qualifications of his execution team.” These requests are far from utopian, and Saturday’s 2-1 decision by the 9th Circuit Court of Ap ...
Full article at: Miller-McCune
1 day ago, 12:00pm CDT
Not a day goes by when the sneaky Edward Snowden doesn’t let out a novel piece of news that shocks the world. The latest is that the whistleblower has proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that the NSA and GCHQ spied on WikiLeaks and its founder Julian Assange. Even those who visited WikiLeaks were not spared according to Snowden.
Feb 18 2014, 10:56am CST
Source: WSB Radio
The court upheld a detention order for the WikiLeaks founder, meaning he will be arrested and extradited if he ever leaves Ecuador ...
Full article at: WSB Radio
Jul 16 2014, 11:35pm CDT
Should we be concerned?
Divorce is never easy, but it seems that Pamela Anderson is having an extra tough time with her second divorce from Rick Salomon.
How can we tell??
Well, just a week after filing for divorce on July 3rd, Pamela posted a lengthy and emotional poem on her Facebook explaining just how she feels about heartache.
Among the peculiar statements, Pamela wrote:
"I love being in love-- but expectations,
make it impossible ...
Full article at: PerezHilton
Jul 11 2014, 1:40pm CDT
The Wikileaks movie titled The Fifth Estate is coming to theaters in October. Watch the first trailer below.
Jul 19 2013, 7:34am CDT
Source: Spectator Magazine
It is only a matter of time before Nigel Lawson — if he is allowed on the BBC at all — has to have his words spoken by an actor in the manner of Gerry Adams at the height of the IRA’s bombing campaign during the 1980s. In the case of Mr Adams, whose voice was banned from the airwaves by the government, the BBC stood up for free speech. But it is quite a different story with Lord Lawson. The BBC has effectively banned the former chancellor (and former editor of this magazine) from appearing on i ...
Full article at: Spectator Magazine
Jul 9 2014, 10:00pm CDT
Monday night's episode of 24 featured a handcuffed terrorist thrown to her death, inappropriately cheerful extras, and a man wearing a bike bag over a business suit. Let's relive the magic through GIFs.
1. Jack Bauer will take / your baggage for you // and what is your baggage / well guess what it's you
This is my favorite bit from the Wikipedia entry for "bellhop":
Full article at: SBNation
Jun 24 2014, 1:03pm CDT
Ecuador just announced to give Wikileaks founder diplomatic asylum.
Aug 16 2012, 7:47am CDT