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Archive for October, 2012

Where I’ll be keeping up with the 2012 election results online

Scott Elliot is the brain behind Election Projection, who been doing the whole election prognosticating think since 2003 with good results. He’s at it again this year. I’d recommend bookmarking the this link: 2012 Election Results, and then keeping it in a browser tab during the night next Tuesday to make sure you keep up […]

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Facebook censors SEALs to protect Obama

I’ve been toying with the idea of deleting my Facebook account for months, having paired down my “friends” from several hundred people (many of which I’d never met in real life) down to just 51. If most of those 51 weren’t family, I would have already shut down my account… and I still might. The […]

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Web advertising is killing web communication

Imagine opening your Sunday paper, turning to the front page, and then having a subscription form fly in out of nowhere to block all items on the page from view. Imagine opening your favorite magazine, only to have a television ad suddenly start blaring at you, weighing the magazine down and making it twice as […]

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A sad and desperate Left

Michael Moore and are out with with a video featuring foul-mouthed seniors threatening to riot if Mitt Romney is elected. Presumably, it is supposed to be edgy, but it comes off as desperate. It followed a video of creepy hipster actress comparing voting for Obama to losing your virginity. And then there is the […]

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Fast and Furious originated with Eric Holder

You can fool some of the people some of the time, but it never lasts: “Although [the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives] ATF did not officially open the Fast and Furious investigation until the fall of 2009, the groundwork for the strategy that would guide the operation began shortly after new leadership took […]

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