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Obama Internet Giveaway May Open Pandora’s Box of Porn

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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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Twitter Hashtags Conservatives Use

Twitter is a different way of consuming and disseminating information. As a company that uses Twitter prolifically, we often get asked – how do I find Conservative content on Twitter? Hashtags are your first, best way to locate Conservative content. Hashtags are keywords/terms that are preceded by a pound sign (#.) The most used by Conservatives are: #tcot (Top Conservatives on ...

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Editor’s Inbox – The short-term budget vote

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Here at Conservative Daily News, we read what you probably don’t have the stomach to digest. All the liberal tripe out there is what we wade through each day, and that includes getting that nonsense in our inbox. Today’s little gem comes from the folks over at Organizing for America – the perpetual Obama-campaign machine – and they are more ...

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#MakeCollegeAffordable backfires for liberals

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As Obama, the campaigner-in-chief, started a bus tour today touting his new plan to make college affordable, Twitter users decided to voice their own thoughts on his ideas. Like many liberal initiated hashtags, this one was hijacked by conservatives that are apparently fed up with government interference in all facets of life. Of course the free market option was brought ...

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Could THIS Be the Bomber?

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4-18-13 UPDATE: “Leaked photos” are expected to be officially released today in a news conference, accordinging to the New York Post and several other media sources. At least one photo rumored to be useful to authorities was part of this post yesterday. The New York Post is reporting the 2 young men in the “leaked” photos have been cleared of ...

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North Korea social media hacked

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If you were keeping track of some official North Korean social media accounts and saw some odd posts from them, that wasn’t a mistake. Apparently they were hacked. Notably, the North’s Uriminzokkiri Twitter and Flickr accounts were hit, and ceased sending out typical posts depicting Kim Jong Un with the military. Instead, a picture posted Thursday on the North’s Flickr ...

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Posting Pics of Passed out Pals, the New Craze?

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With the advent of social media came the opportunity to share embarrassing pictures with friends on a large scale. These snapshots might be seen as funny at age 15 or even 21 but what about at 25 or even 35? Especially when looking for a job, these ‘tagged’ internet images, might well cause an employer to choose a less controversial ...

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Dismantling Washington

Washington, D.C. (which the DC part now stands for dirty cesspool) should become a thing of the past. Society has outgrown the need for a centralized government full of power hungry aristocrats, greedy lobbyists, and corrupt white collar criminals. When I say criminals I am not just talking in the abstract; I am referring to real criminals. According to a ...

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250,000 Twitter accounts hacked by Anonymous

Twitter hacked by Anonymous

Twitter’s information security department has confirmed that 250,000 twitter accounts may have been compromised by the hacker group Anonymous. Twitter’s director of information security, Bob Lord,  said that they detected unusual access patterns including unauthorized attempts to access user data. The data accessed included usernames, email addresses and passwords. This attack was not the work of amateurs, and we do ...

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In Deep with Michelle Ray – Conservative Offense

In Deep with Michelle Ray

When: Thursday, Janurary 17th, 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific Where: In Deep with Michelle Ray on Blog Talk Radio What: Join Social Media Director of ConservativeDailyNews.com, Michelle Ray (@GaltsGirl) as she discusses the issues that impact America. Tonight: I am joined by bestselling author and Breitbart.com editor, Ben Shapiro, attorney and Twitter warrior Todd Kincannon, and The Young Cons co-founder, Josh Riddle . ...

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In Deep with Michelle Ray – Meet The Twisters

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When: Thursday, December 20th, 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific Where: In Deep with Michelle Ray on Blog Talk Radio What: Join Social Media Director of ConservativeDailyNews.com, Michelle Ray (@GaltsGirl) as she discusses the issues that impact America. Tonight: I am joined by @TheTwisters to have a candid discussion about family values in America and why nine women who met on Twitter decided to ...

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Atheist Take on the Tweeting Pontiff

Take the Pope, a social media juggernaut, and millions of people with the ability to interact without filters, and what do you get? The debut of the @Pontifex account on Twitter was aptly (if not intentionally) timed for 12-12-12, and it took nearly no time for Pope Benedict XVI’s personal account to garner close to a million followers – and ...

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Sen. Leahy – What Are You Doing!?

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Do Democrats see the United Kingdom as a model for their version of the surveillance society?  What on earth could Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT) be thinking offering legislation that gives authorities access to personal information with no more than a formal written request and the contents of those communications with nothing more than a subpoena? According to Declan McCullagh of ...

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Debate Tonight!

Barack Obama and Mitt Romney

10/2/12 Tonight marks the first of three debates between President Obama and his opponent Mitt Romney. It will be hosted at the University of Colorado and moderated by PBS’s Jim Lehrer (making his 13th Presidential Debate appearance). This also may be the first time the nation at large will get to see the “real” candidates. During the 2008 elections Obama was an ...

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