Monday, April 14, 2014

0bama Threatens to Veto Bill Requiring Him to Obey the Law WTF?

One would think an extra bill shouldn't have been necessary to make someone who took an OATH obey that oath and the law, but perhaps this will wake people up.

As long as this dictator is giving the masses their yams, symbolic tidbits of "rights" and free phones they don't care, but wait until the money runs out suddenly, or he perhaps refuses to leave office at the end of his term.

He's getting away with it, so why should he start now? is probably what he's thinking.  He's got a pen and a phone after all.

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Heartbleed computer bug

If you run an Apache server you need to fix this bug NOW. It was just detected but it's been out there for a couple years.  It leaves no trace on the server and compromises SSL so hackers can steal encryption keys for passwords etc.

Monday, April 7, 2014

Another One Bites the Dust - Liechtenstein Banker Shot Just This Morning
This time a disgruntled Liechtenstein businessman who lost his shirt and blamed a banker, shot that banker down in a parking garage.  Both of their given names were Juergen. 

Juergen Frick of Bank Frick & Co. AG was shot (allegedly) by Juergen Hermann, who sped away in a smart car. They had been embroiled in a lawsuit for some years.

Did the CIA kill Michael Hastings?

Journalist Michael Hastings (the one who crashed into a tree) was working on an expose of CIA director John Brennan when he died. A recent Stratfor email leaked to Wikileaks says Brennan was put in charge of silencing investigative journalists critical of the current administration - and Hastings' wife just confirmed he was about to expose this.  When asked for comment on this email the CIA denied it pretty quick.  But a denial doesn't refute the evidence.

Also, Hastings' shiny new "internet of things" car exploded before it ever hit the tree, and he was close to home but racing away from his home at 4 a.m. Why?

A strong enough accord can push even the worst despot out of power. That is why they are afraid of the investigative journalists.  Goodguys are not afraid of the truth.

Are you going to repost this?  You should.

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

JP Morgan's Head Commercial Bankruptcy Lawyer Killed in Hit and Run (?)
The guy's name was Joseph Giampapa, JP Morgan's top commercial bankruptcy lawyer.  He was riding a bicycle and got thrown 150 feet by a mini van that hit him from behind.  They know who the driver was of the mini van, it was a 78 year old guy named Thomas G. Davis.  So I don't know while the Daily Smug calls this a hit and run, unless the minivan took off and someone saw its license.  While this might just be an accident, it's certainly a strange coincidence considering all the banker "suicides" of late.
Here's the Columbus Dispatch article about it.

h/t WRSA

Monday, March 24, 2014

Minnesota Seeks to Nullify EPA Rulemaking
Well, that's timely.  No sooner had I posted the smelt article than I saw this thing.
There is a way to stop the out of control Executive Branch and it is with nullification.

States are sovereign countries, just as sovereign as France or England, that signed an agreement with each other called the Constitution.  The Constitution is not an agreement between some states and a central government.  Remember this.  Your state is a sovereign country. 

That's not to say that I like the idea of secession - it would be a Sino-Russian wet dream.  Let's not give them the satisfaction.  Let's just nullify the overreach of the Fedgov and keep it small the way it's supposed to be.