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Elon Musk takes the helm at Twitter, fires top executives

| October 28, 2022 | 36 Comments
Elon Musk takes the helm at Twitter, fires top executives

Elon Musk began his ownership of Twitter with actions that included firing Twitter’s CEO, CFO, and policy chief. He recently walked into Twitter’s headquarters, holding a porcelain sink, symbolizing that his pending purchase and pending actions should sink in with those following this event. He wants to do away with permanent bans on users. However, […]

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Someone should tell the left that the Nazis were not conservative

| September 26, 2022 | 40 Comments
Someone should tell the left that the Nazis were not conservative

For years, those on the left dismissed the right as being “fascists”, “Nazis”, or some other similar description. However, a trend of commentary both here, and on other sites that lean conservative, shows a desire for less government power matched by increased sovereignty in the hands of the people. This philosophy contradicts what history shows […]

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Spambot Attack

| August 26, 2022 | 41 Comments
Spambot Attack

We’re under a spambot attack, as I’m sure y’all have noticed. Fucker slid in a comment for approval, and then jumped in with several usernames. I can only react this type of attack, which does suck, but the IPs and not-so-clever name typos are going into the Ban Locker as fast as I can ID […]

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Update on off-ramp scam artists

| August 10, 2022 | 17 Comments
Update on off-ramp scam artists

You probably remember the heartstring-jerking story from 2017:  Girl named McClure’s car breaks down on exit ramp, homeless vet gives her his last $20 in gas, in gratitude she and her boyfriend set up wildly successful GoFundMe for vet which rakes in over $400,000 – until he sues the pair saying he didn’t get his […]

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Neither snow nor rain, Comrade.

| April 21, 2021 | 20 Comments
Neither snow nor rain, Comrade.

A leaked memo disclosed the existence of the so-called Internet Covert Operations Program, in which the U.S. Postal Service’s law enforcement arm— “monitored significant activity regarding planned protests occurring internationally and domestically on March 20, 2021.” The memo states “online inflammatory material has been identified, which suggests potential violence may occur; however there is currently […]

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Russian identity thieves steal Medal of Honor recipients’ names to fleece AAFES

| March 3, 2021 | 8 Comments
Russian identity thieves steal Medal of Honor recipients’ names to fleece AAFES

This is an older case, but the information has just come to light. It seems that back in 2014 the US Secret Service got word that 22 Medal of Honor recipients’ identities were used to buy more than $50k worth of good. These goods were shipped to US addresses where unwitting participants (doing fairly common […]

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Twitter’s ban of Trump has ACLU concerned

| January 10, 2021 | 51 Comments
Twitter’s ban of Trump has ACLU concerned

Even a blind chipmunk finds the occasional acorn. Or is it, some actions are so egregious even dyed-in-the-wool ideologues are moved to comment? The oddly named American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), that bastion of progressive thought, has been shocked into commenting on the arbitrary banning of President Trump from social media. According to them, Americans […]

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President Trump’s Second Term With New Administration

| January 10, 2021 | 185 Comments
President Trump’s Second Term With New Administration

In President Trump’s speech, on the 6th, he stated that although he disagreed with the results of certification of the electoral votes, there will be a peaceful transition of power to a new administration. On Twitter, he praised his “first term”, and stated that the fight is just beginning and that we will make America […]

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