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  1. about 7 hours ago on Clay Jones

    Insane? Trumps lawyer is insane too.

    **WARNING**WARNING**WARNING**

    This is a (Agency) computer system. (Agency) computer systems are provided for the processing of Official U.S. Government information only. All data contained on (Agency) computer systems is owned by the (Agency) may be monitored, intercepted, recorded, read, copied, or captured in any manner and disclosed in any manner, by authorized personnel. THERE IS NO RIGHT OF PRIVACY IN THIS SYSTEM. System personnel may give to law enforcement officials any potential evidence of crime found on (Agency) computer systems. USE OF THIS SYSTEM BY ANY USER, AUTHORIZED OR UNAUTHORIZED, CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO THIS MONITORING, INTERCEPTION, RECORDING, READING, COPYING, OR CAPTURING and DISCLOSURE.

    **WARNING**WARNING**WARNING**

    That’s my answer to the “news” this morning. NIST requires it on all govt computers.

  2. 1 day ago on Clay Jones

    PFFFFFF! Why? One party is doing the damage, and that’s the GOP. Keep the Dems, throw out the GOP, and then start working over the Dems during primary season.

    Just shuffling the deck chairs does nothing but add confusion.

  3. 1 day ago on Stuart Carlson

    As I said before, that marks the end of the Jewish state. It’ll take a while, but they will be gone, in the not too distant future.

  4. 1 day ago on Chip Bok

    Bok just loves him some GOP. And I’d bet you ten bucks he can’t tell you why, without emotion, sticking to facts, and without bringing in some goofy libertarian nonsense. (NOTE: trickle down is goofy libertarian nonsense.)

  5. 2 days ago on Gary Varvel

    Sigh. Radish, what did you think the purpose of ENRON was, with more than 600 offshore accounts?

    Hiding income? You could do that with many fewer, and still do fine. So why 600 accounts? Where did all that money go?

    The obvious place is that it was funneled illegally into Republican campaign coffers as hidden donations. Which NOBODY wanted to look into.

    I do not even begin to believe that such a company could have been utterly hollowed out so rapidly with any sort of normal outflow. MiGod, they nearly bankrupted California, yet that wasn’t enough money to even balance the books? I knew people in California with electric bills in excess of 3000$ per month! People on fixed incomes were pulling their main breakers and taking cold water showers to keep the electric bills down. And all that money was just pouring into ENRON.

    The GOP has gotten so used to illegal money over the years, that they didn’t ever expect to be caught out. And now they are.

  6. 2 days ago on Mike Luckovich

    Beat me to it.

  7. 2 days ago on Jerry Holbert

    But now the “news” division is standing all alone out there, with no big corporate ISP ownership to protect it from throttling, while the real news services are all partly owned (or will be, Time Warner merger) by ISP’s.

    FNC on the internet will be dead in a few months, if Pai’s plans go through. So will most of the conservative sites, Breitbart, Alex Jones and so forth. They’ll be slow and cranky and hard to load, and most will just go elsewhere. Gonna be funny!

  8. 2 days ago on Jerry Holbert

    I’m tickled to death that they didn’t want Fox News Channel. This net neutrality ruling was hilarious from that standpoint, because FAUX now has no big corporate sponsor with ownership in one of the big ISP’s. OOPS!

    (last couple of paragraphs)

    https://www.theverge.com/2017/12/14/16777500/ajit-pai-net-neutrality-republican-politics-whoops

  9. 2 days ago on Steve Kelley

    It’s not like the liars brigade in the House is going to accept any indictment of Trump, even if it’s delivered by impeccable Republicans who are all crying their eyes out as they hand over the least incriminating documents possible.

  10. 2 days ago on Steve Kelley

    Republicans are very well aware their policies are not popular. They believe the fix is to pour more money into smearing their opponents – as witness the attempt to smear Schumer. Expect a LOT of that going forward. And that costs money.

    So they have a POTUS who’ll sign anything and boast of it, which is a dream to them. The far right is rising up, and they know that’s a killer outside a few southern states. So they are seeking cash, and lots of it.

    If success in that search means stroking the Donald, then they’ll stroke the Donald.