Archive for January, 2014

The Return of Legal Slavery; Parts 1 and 2

January 26, 2014
The Return of Legal Slavery; Parts 1 and 2

It seems unbelievable in our modern time that there is talk about bringing back slavery, but the concept is steadily creeping back into western culture. For instance, in the 2008 Presidential campaign, Republican thug candidate Newt Gingrich opined that schools should fire the janitors and have the children clean and repair the school. People scoffed, […]

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Government Surveillance and Dr. Martin Luther King

January 20, 2014
Government Surveillance and Dr. Martin Luther King

On this Day remembering Dr. Martin Luther King, we should take a look at how the government tracked and destroyed him then and how far surveillance has come since then. Keep in mind, the NSA refuses to comment on if they are spying on our Congress in order to blackmail them. Here is a thoughtful […]

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Germanys Naked Sledding Competition

January 19, 2014
Germanys Naked Sledding Competition

Ok, ok, I couldn’t resist. The winter days are pretty gloomy and grey so why not lighten it up a bit? How ’bout a bunch of naked people going sledding? From The Huffington Post: “Next month, the German town of Braunlage will host the fifth annual Naked Sledding World Championship, and they’re actively looking for […]

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Does Biological Lab Threaten Sochi Olympics?

January 5, 2014
Does Biological Lab Threaten Sochi Olympics?

As Russia readies for the roll-out of the Winter Olympics in early February 2014 the focus shifts to acts of terrorism that stand to threaten the event. Two recent suicide bombings have killed 30 people, both bearing the trademark of Jihadists from the outlying regions that were former Soviet client-states. An editorial in “Russia Today” […]

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