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Obama Internet Giveaway May Open Pandora’s Box of Porn

Porn hook

President Obama has a new administration initiative, supported by tax dollars, to close the Internet pornography gap. The divide is caused by ill–gotten gains that give too many Americans fast, broadband access to the booming porn industry; while other Americans are reduced to lurking in seedy newsstands, sneaking peeks between the pages of lurid magazines and hoping the clerk doesn’t ...

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People of Honor and Integrity Need Not Apply!


It seems like the more I do stories about our institutions of higher learning, the more I come to the conclusion that there are no real standards for those teaching our young people. You may need a degree in order to teach, but that’s about all. Honor and integrity are no longer required. Once again, my home state of Massachusetts ...

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Word of the day – “MICROAGGRESSION”.


The word “microaggression” has cropped up with increased frequency over the last year, to the point that now I see it almost daily! What does it mean? Webster’s says it has “no meaning.” It’s not a word. It doesn’t exist! Various blogs, papers, and online source provide a definition, but they’re not “official” dictionaries. And then, I found This ...

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CenturyLink acquires Orchestrate to enhance cloud platform with new database capabilities

MONROE, Louisiana. and PORTLAND, Oregon, April 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — CenturyLink, Inc. (NYSE: CTL) today announced the acquisition of Orchestrate, a company that offers a fully managed database service for rapid application development. The acquisition enhances the CenturyLink Cloud platform with new Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) capabilities and adds Orchestrate’s experienced data services team to CenturyLink’s Product Development and Technology organization. “CenturyLink’s customers, like most ...

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Liftoff of SpaceX CRS-6

SpaceX Launch

The SpaceX CRS-6 Falcon 9 rocket lifts off from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station carrying a Dragon spacecraft on the sixth commercial resupply services mission to the International Space Station. Liftoff was at 4:10 p.m. EST.

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Like Obamacare? You’ll Love what New FCC Rules will do to the Internet

FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai holding new Net Neutrality rules.

Like a cancerous growth spreading throughout an otherwise healthy body, government overreach, regulation, and control of every aspect of our free-market system continues to expand, infesting and damaging economic activity one organ, or industry, at a time. The Internet, that bastion of freedom and entrepreneurship, is about to become the government’s newest victim. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chairman, Tom Wheeler, ...

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Strike 9! You’re out!


I believe in giving people many chances… as long as they are willing to work at correcting it. I never fired anyone for making mistakes at work, as long as I knew we had properly instructed them in their duties, that they were working at making it better, and that the mistake, though possibly costing the company money, was an ...

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He’s Free! Now What?


President Obama has stated that he had a pen and a phone and would use it if Congress didn’t act. He insinuates that they do nothing to help the American people. He seems to forget that there are over 380 bipartisan bills sitting on his top lapdog, Harry “Hindlick” Reid’s desk who refuses to bring them to the floor for ...

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There is No Voter Fraud… Honest!


If you want to see someone on the progressive left blow a gasket, talk about voter fraud. They will all tell you that it doesn’t exist or it’s so small it’s immeasurable. I say they can’t see the forest for the trees! The hard part about voter fraud is, you have to prove the person knew what they were doing ...

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The Pledge of Allegiance is Political?


Now, I have heard it all! CBS Sports banned a commercial with a little girl reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. The ad promoted something very American, “The Rodeo,” around September 11th. The little girl in the commercial was the granddaughter of the owner of the company running the ad. He though it was a really cool idea. Well, the PC ...

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