With the leak of nude celebrity photos and Apple now trying to claim no responsibility, it's time to look at taking our business else where, and here's why.
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Two high school students in Florida have been cited for what is being described as "sexting", but when you read the article that actual charges was for possession of a nude photo. So when did it become a crime to possess a nude photo, so long as the person pictured is of legal age? Seems like the thought police are out of control in the sunshine state. 

Yes, the man suing President Obama for executive action, today blasted the President for delaying executive action on immigration until after the election. Good thing John Boehner isn't a cop, or this could be looked at as entrapment.

But it doesn't stop there. Boehner said President Obama is playing "raw politics" by delaying the action, yet just 5 days ago Boehner told a group that the House wouldn't take up immigration until next year, after the election. So Boehner is blasting Obama for doing the exact thing he is. If you ever needed a definition of hypocrisy or two-faced, look no further than the Speaker of the House. 

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The majority leader of the least productive House in the history of American politics, who was such a disaster that he also became the first Majority Leader to lose his seat in a primary, got his booby prize last week - a job with a big investment bank, complete with a $400,000/year salary and a lucrative sign-on package valued at $3.4 million. If American business rewards failure this way, then it should come as no shock that we are in the trouble we are. 

The "Paper of Record" apparently has no editorial standards anymore. In a profile on Michael Brown, they paint in one paragraph what a "troubled" person Brown was, and one of the reasons they give - "He had taken to rapping in recent months". Apparently a young black man trying to rap can help justify being gunned down by the police.

Oh and I wanted to also check the comments on that article. Apparently the NYTimes doesn't want to hear from us. They have them disabled. Imagine that..

A 3 year veteran of the Oklahoma City police department was arrested for sexually assaulting at least six different women. He would threaten them with arrest if they did not comply to his requests. Oh, and there could be more victims, but so far every one of his victims are black women between the ages of 34 and 58. Totally amazing and disgusting. And people wonder why there is protesting in Ferguson and questions, as well as a lack of trust, when it comes to those who are supposed to protect us.

Pat Buchanan thinks Eric Holder is obsessed with race. Yes, they man that devotes every single bit of commentary space to fighting against equality actually thinks someone else is obsessed with race. 

Seems like we might have the start of a defense growing for Darren Wilson, the officer that gunned down and unarmed black teen in the streets of Ferguson, Missouri.
Here's a story that really puts some perspective on what is happening in Ferguson right now.
With all the news being about the Ebola outbreak, and with an election quickly approaching, we need to start discussing more changes to make healthcare become a right and not a commodity.
A new acquisition is announced today, continuing a troubling streak that is going to put our economy in even more risk.
The influx of children crossing the border into Texas, escaping the violence in Central America has sparked a new round of memory loss for the GOP.
If you read the right's number one news site, you may have left with the feeling that Obama has decided to launch a new invasion of Iraq. Of course that feeling would be totally wrong.
Any longtime reader of this site probably knows that I love going after Matt Drudge, so it should only make sense to turn this into an actual project.
Facebook has a new update coming out that will certainly spoke anyone that cares about privacy. Will the company pull its future plans?
With net neutrality on its death bed, where is our President and Democratic leadership?
Mozilla, on the heals of their botched hiring of Brendan Eich as CEO, is now fighting the recent FCC decision to allowed a tiered internet. The companies plan is powerful and it just might work.
Rep. Michael Grimm (R-Staten Island) has just been handed a 20 count indictment ranging from avoiding taxes to hiring illegal immigrants.
With the discovery of the Heartbleed bug last week, news quickly came out that the NSA knew about the problem and used it to gain access to computers. But if they knew, then it can easily be believed that other countries knew as well. Maybe they used the bug against our interests.