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Garbage and Gravitas•
St. Petersburg in revolt gave us Vladimir Nabokov, Isaiah Berlin and Ayn Rand. The first was a novelist, the second a philosopher. The third was neither but thought she was both. Many other people have thought so too.
Fidel Fesses Up•
Cuba’s 1959 revolution happened before I was born. Fidel Castro won, and ruled the country with an iron fist and steel jaw until a few years ago, when he handed power over to his brother, Raul.
Censored! Craigslist Adult Services Blocked in U.S.•
The “adult services” listing on Craiglist was removed late Friday from its U.S.-based sites and replaced with the word “censored.”
r3VOLutionNEWS.us :)• revolutionnews.us
More: Uncovering the Secrets & Exposing of the Lies ( we don't know who these people are,... but we would like to :)
Amazon river level in Peru at 40-year low•
The Amazon river has dropped to its lowest level in 40 years in north-eastern Peru, causing severe economic disruption in a region where it is the main transport route.
100 Most Popular Conservative Websites:Freedoms Phoenix ?!!• deathby1000papercuts.com/
CONSERVATIVE 100 Ratings #6, August 31, 2010 DBKP has released its (mostly) monthly ratings of the Most Popular 100 Conservative sites on the web, the Conservative 100. The ratings are based on Alexa traffic rankings 3-month worldwide average. R
Chicago Climate Exchange drops 50%, new record low•
The only lower price than today’s closing price on a ton of carbon is ZERO
Down the Tubes - How free streaming video threatens the porn industry.•
Editor's note: The following review is about pornography. If the subject itself offends, please stop reading.
Blogger Sued By Copyright Troll Argues He Had 'Implied License'• MediaPost News
A blogger sued for allegedly reposting a Las Vegas Review-Journal article has raised an argument that, if accepted, could affect a broad swath of copyright infringement cases. The blogger, Jan Klerks, who publishes the noncommercial site www.skyscrap
WikiLeaks gets new host -- Swedish pirates• AFP
The whistleblower website WikiLeaks will place several new servers with the Swedish Pirate Party, the group which campaigns for more freedom on the Internet said Tuesday. "The Pirate Party will provide bandwidth and hosting to WikiLeaks free of charg
Pastor Files Civil Suit Against Border Patrol• MyFOX Phoenix
Pastor Steven Anderson was beaten and Tased at a Border Patrol checkpoint last year, and has since been cleared of all charges by a jury. But now he's filing suit against the officers who Tased him.
Jesse Ventura in the Infowars.com Studio• Jesse Ventura via Infowars.com
Former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura visits the Infowars.com headquarters in Austin, Texas. See more exclusive video from his latest meeting with Alex Jones coming soon… only at Infowars.com and PrisonPlanet.tv.
Massive Censorship of Digg Uncovered• waronyou
A group of influential conservative members of the behemoth social media site Digg.com have just been caught red-handed in a widespread campaign of censorship, having multiple accounts, upvote padding, and deliberately trying to ban progressives. An
Rangel's Slavery Bill Exposed• RealityReport.TV
In this edition Gary Franchi zooms in on Charlie Rangel's Slavery Bill, HR 5741 and Nina Police presents video of Congressman Stark's admission of Federal Power. She also brings you the memo that exposes the US Immigration Service's backdoor amnes
Liz Cheney calls on Obama to shut down WikiLeaks• David Edwards and Daniel Tencer via the raw story
Following the release of 92,000 war log files, Liz Cheney is calling for WikiLeaks to be shut down and says that the founder has "blood on his hands."
BlackBerry Challenges May Spread as Governments, RIM Collide• Anthony DiPaola and Hugo Miller via Bloomberg
Research In Motion Ltd., maker of the BlackBerry smartphone, faces increasing challenges to its overseas expansion as developing countries tighten restrictions on mobile e-mail.
Researcher detained at U.S. border, questioned about Wikileaks• cnet
A security researcher involved with the Wikileaks Web site was detained by U.S. agents at the border for three hours and questioned about the controversial whistleblower project as he entered the country on Thursday, sources said on Saturday.
WikiLeaks founder: I enjoy crushing bastards• Rawstory
The activist who still has another 15,000 documents that he plans to release -- after editing out names if there is "a reasonable chance of harm occurring to the innocent" -- is relishing the spotlight, bragging that he enjoys "crushing bastards."
RUNAWAY SLAVE THE DOCUMENTARY• runawayslavemovie.com
Run away from the slavery of tyranny towards the blessings of liberty.
Newspaper Chain’s New Business Plan: Copyright Suits• David Kravets via WIRED
Steve Gibson has a plan to save the media world’s financial crisis — and it’s not the iPad.
Murdoch's 'London Times' Pay Wall is Acting Like the Old Berlin Wall...• EconomicPolicyJournal.com
...no one wants in. There have been only 15,000 paid subscribers plus another 12,500 iPad subscriptions to Murdoch's London Times.
Feds Ignore Due Process, First Amendment, Shut Down Thousands of Blogs• Infowars.com/
Once again, the Obama administration has violated the Bill of Rights. Earlier this month, the feds took down a free Wordpress blogging platform and disabled more than 73,000 blogs. The action was completely ignored by the corporate media.
Censorship Alert: Obama Deception Illegally Removed from You Tube• Infowars.com/
Alex Jones is on high-alert after someone managed to compromise the “ChangeDaChannel” You Tube account and criminally remove the most-viewed version of “The Obama Deception” available online, which had more than 6.5 million views...
Woman Jailed for Texting Threats to Herself• David Kravets via WIRED
Consider the 25-year-old Southern California woman sentenced to a year in jail Friday after being convicted of sending hundreds of threatening text messages to herself — in a bid to get her former boyfriend and his sister-in-law arrested by blaming
Political Bloggers: Is It Time to Leave America?• EconomicPolicyJournal.com
But, the idea of the kill switch hints that the government is indeed scared of the internet. If they can't shut down the entire net, they will, when they deem it necessary, shutdown political bloggers who don't support the regime.
1st Amendment Verboten in Gulf States: Covering Well From Hell is Verboten• YouTube.com
Reporters, photographers, and videographers are forbidden from coming within 65 feet of any object or person that may have come in contact with oil from BP's "Macondo" well. With every passing day this region moves closer to martial law.
'For Liberty' Now OFFICIALLY Online for Free Viewing.• Daily Paul
Chris Rye June 28 - We've officially released our documentary online for free viewing in it's glorious HD source format.
Arpaio launching Web-based show to talk to public• AZFamily.com
[Seems the Sheriff doesn't like the MSM, either] Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has found a new way to get his message out to the public. He is starting a Web-based show to give a weekly address about new programs and to respond to current issu
Justin Raimondo: Kill the ‘Kill Switch’• AntiWar.com
The Internet has been a painful thorn in the side of the political Establishment, destroying the hold of their useful idiots in the “mainstream media” over the flow of information, and giving dissidents a voice – and they’ve been seeking ways to rein