"Even though I'm a candidate for the Pirate Party, I'm not actually a member."
Articles tagged "politics"
A whole bunch of Americans think the government is trying to quell the revolution before it starts.
The past few months have seen the culmination of years of work by authorities to dismantle privacy laws.
Good point-and-click games and good investigative journalism have more in common than you might think.
What we have to watch out for is whether this new guy sides with the telecom giants or not.
Santa Monica's actions sit beside only a few trailblazing other efforts to make larger forms of environmental destruction a crime.
The Islamist marchers listed 84 bloggers who they demand be arrested or hanged. In February an atheist blogger named Rajib was stabbed to death a month after blogger Asif Mohiuddin was nearly killed for his beliefs.
Striking at India for attempting to do the very same thing is incredibly short sighted, serving no one's long term interests.
The ship ran aground on January 17th, and it wasn't until March 29 that salvage teams finally were able to remove the 223-foot ship after sectioning it on the reef.
And a bold new precedent is set.
This is such a radically different portraiture of Republicans than the one you get on the TeeVee.
We're still a long way away from finding out what it plans on doing with them.
Or would they be fine with the use of drones, as long as they have broad legal shelter?
While the site had become the target of regulators in the U.S. and Ireland, where it is based, there was little warning of the closure.
While transcripts of the speech were made available, recordings of the supposedly-public trial were not released.
If North Korea holds true to its bluster, this latest bout of tensions isn't going to end quietly.
Why is Paul, a caricature of libertarian wackiness, willing to challenge the president on this crucial issue, while liberals sit on their hands?
Pretty soon, we're going to have to hope hard that our new basketball-loving friend in Pyongyang makes the right call.
The Supreme Court may have approved the warrantless wiretapping of American citizens for just about forever, but the good old state of Texas isn't going to take that lying down.
It's insane that the federal government still refuses to simply say "Of course we won't kill US citizens on US soil."
Two new studies this week add new evidence to the case against BPA.
Probably because they don't understand what the heck a 3D-printed gun is.
Vegetables are un-American!