Monthly Archives: December 2011

Is the government creating fake social media accounts to spy on you?

EPIC – EPIC Sues DHS Over Covert Surveillance of Facebook and Twitter. The Electronic Privacy Information Center seems to think so.  Just consider the next time you get a random Facebook message from a cute girl you’ve never met, it … Continue reading

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Adam Kokseh on the NDAA

  As usual, Adam has it pretty much exactly correct.  I’ve found it pretty hilarious to see my leftist friends get all outraged at the recent blatant shredding of the constitution and complete disregard for individual liberty by the supposed … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Light Bulb Addict » Publications » Family Security Matters

Confessions of a Light Bulb Addict » Publications » Family Security Matters. This is an excellent piece that explores the logical conclusion of leftist policies to restrict the free market.  If we permit the government to ban a certain kind … Continue reading

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The Inequality That Matters – Tyler Cowen – The American Interest Magazine

The Inequality That Matters – Tyler Cowen – The American Interest Magazine. An interesting (and long) article on “income inequality” that manages to be fairly objective.  Towards the end it gets a little much into the whole “those evil bankers … Continue reading

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Homeless say warming centers safer than Occupy camp | Many were grateful that the Egan Warming Center system kicked into gear Thursday night

Homeless say warming centers safer than Occupy camp | Many were grateful that the Egan Warming Center system kicked into gear Thursday night. Occupy Eugene continues to justify its existence and special “exempt from the rules that normally apply to … Continue reading

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Taxes are a means, not an end…

The linked video isn’t especially significant, just the first example I found of a media outlet discussing the current issue of the possible extension of payroll tax cuts.  Specifically, the issue at hand seems to be how to “pay for” … Continue reading

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