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Clinton Papers: Bill and Hillary Feared the Internet

The Clinton Library has released over 7,000 pages of documents from Bill’s presidency, likely hoping that what ever is in them will be “old news” by the time Hillary announces her bid for president. But one of the documents is very interesting and shows that Bill and Hillary really feared and hated the free flow […]

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An Inventive Internet Scam Email ‘From’ Fed Head Janet Yellen

I received this absurd email in my inbox today that I thought maybe some of you may find amusing. It is purportedly sent by the new head of the Fed, Janet Yellen, of all people. It is a scam email, a phishing expedition meant to get those slow of mind to pass on their personal […]

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Disqus: Feminizing America One Lost Down Vote at a Time

This month you may have noticed here on Wizbang that the blog commenting system Disqus changed its system with neither a warning nor an explanation, eliminating the ability of page visitors to see the tallied number of down votes to any of the comments. Apparently the blog service felt that Americans were getting their feelings […]

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Free At Last: Federal Court Hands Bloggers Legal First Amendment Protections

At long last we get a proper ruling on the First Amendment status of bloggers, one affording them the same legal status as “real” journalists; this from the Ninth Circuit Court in California, no less. The Ninth Circuit is often derided as the “Ninth Circus” because its rulings are almost invariably left-wing and anti-American. But […]

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LIAR EXPOSED: Union Organizer Pretends to be Anti-Union Protester to Push Union Goals

Fake anti-union protester. It turns out that the viral video depicting an uncaring, screaming “Google” employee that was attacking innocent union organizers in San Francisco ended up being a union organizer attempting to make a scene, gin up emotion in favor of unions and make Google employees look like elitist jerks who hate poor people. […]

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Convicted Domestic Terrorist, drug dealer, and perjurer sues conservative bloggers

Domestic Terrorist Engages In Lawfare

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Facebook Removes GOP Texas Attorney General’s New Campaign Ad

Again showing how easy it is to have conservatives blocked or removed from Facebook, the new video campaign ad for Dan Branch, the Republican candidate for Texas Attorney General, was removed from the social media giant for “community standards” violations. The ad, a fairly standard campaign ad, was removed and the candidate’s page blocked likely […]

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Facebook Blocks Fox News Reporter Starnes Over ‘Politically Incorrect’ Gun Post

Todd Starnes of Fox News reports that Facebook blocked his postings because he posted support for the National Rifle Association (NRA), Paula Deen, Chick-Fil-A, and Jesus on his page. The blocked comment was a snarky commentary on several news stories. It ended up eliciting hundreds of replies and likes before Facebook deleted it leaving a […]

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IRS To Tax ‘Virtual Currencies’

A new report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) warns that the Internal Revenue Service should do more to warn taxpayers that they could have some tax liability over their holdings in Internet-based “virtual currencies” like Linden Dollars or Bitcoins. On May 15, the GAO released a report ordered by the Senate Committee on Finance […]

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Propaganda: NPR Incorrectly Claims IRS Has Nothing to do With Obamacare

During the May 22 broadcast of National Public Radio’s “Talk of the Nation,” host Neil Conan repeatedly contradicted a guest by claiming that the IRS has nothing at all to do with Obamacare. NPR’s Conan is, of course, completely incorrect. The IRS is up to it’s Tea Party harassing neck in Obamacare. The guest Conan […]

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Social Media Site Reddit Apologizes for ‘Online Witch Hunt’ of Boston Bomber Search

Ooopsie… Reddit has officially apologized for users’ assumption that an innocent and missing Brown University student was a likely suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing. In the few days between the Monday afternoon bombing of the Boston Marathon and Friday morning when it became clear that the Tsarnev brothers were being sought by authorities for […]

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Obama’s Political Action Group Loses Complaint Against Website Address Owner

Last year, President Obama’s re-election campaign reworked its operations renaming it Organizing for Action in an effort to leverage the President’s monumental email address list to urge supporters to back the President’s policies. But OFA made a tiny mistake: it didn’t register all the various website addresses for its new effort. Worse, when others jumped […]

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On Easter, Google Doodle Celebrates Union Leader Cesar Chavez

This year, March 31 is Easter Day, the day that American Christians celebrate Jesus Christ having risen from the tomb to join his Father in Heaven. But instead of hosting a doodle celebrating that sacred holiday, this March 31, Google is celebrating the birth of famed union activist Cesar Chavez. Cesar Chavez was born on […]

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Twitter Agrees to Allow Vladimir Putin to Censor Russian Content

Twitter has bowed to pressure from Russian Czar Vladimir Putin to block all content blacklisted by Russia’s Federal Service for Supervision in Telecommunications, Information Technology and Mass Communications. Putin’s government reports that since early March, Twitter has “actively been engaged in cooperation” with Russian authorities already. Twitter has already deleted pinpointed accounts and is restricting […]

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Obama Fails to Register ‘OrganizingForAction.net,’ Hilariously, Site Re-Directs to NRA Homepage

At the beginning of the year, President Barack Obama’s new 501(c)4 political nonprofit, Organizing For Action, was launched with all the usual bells and whistles. But the tech wizards at OFA forgot one important rule in today’s Internet world: Register all the iterations of your website address before someone else does. Now Obama’s team is […]

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Google Hangouts: Obama’s Tech Savvy Presidency

On February 14, President Obama will again host a Google Hangout to take questions from members of Google Plus, one of the net’s newer social networks. Calling it a “Fireside Hangout,” the President will answer pre-submitted questions and videos from Americans. Tech savvy moves like this have been a hallmark of this President and it […]

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Queen Elizabeth Beat Al Gore To The Internet By A Two Decades

From Wired Magazine: Peter Kirstein is the man who put the Queen of England on the internet. In 1976. That’s Her Majesty in the photo above, and if the year isn’t immediately obvious from the computer terminal she’s typing on — or from her attire — you can find it on the wall, just to […]

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United Nations Panel Votes To Take A More “Active” Role In Internet Governance

And of course by “governance” they mean suppression and control… CNet’s Declan McCullagh reports: Delegates to a United Nations summit agreed today that a U.N. body should take a more “active” role in shaping the future of the Internet, a move that had been opposed by the United States and its allies that had warned […]

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Fox News Coverage: New Movie, ‘Hating Breitbart’ Coming Soon Near You

The debut of the new film Hating Breitbart is about to arrive. It may be showing at a theater near you and you can check the listings HERE. Click on the image to go to the official movie website Amusingly enough, I am in this movie here and there as I was proud to be […]

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Chirpify: A New Twitter Political Fundraising Tool Debuts Today

A new Twitter-based fundraising tool debuts today and the new service already has the two biggest names in the Politics biz signed up as clients: Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. Chirpify begins at the top of the heap client-wise as it not only has teams Obama and Romney signed up as clients but it also […]

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RO12 Film Premiere Review: Occupy Unmasked

One of the things we were treated to at this year’s Right Online event, sponsored by Americans for Prosperity, was the world premiere of the documentary film Occupy Unmasked. The one thing I can say about this film is it is absolutely intense. The amount of violence committed by the “Occupy” leftists is shocking when […]

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White House’s Embarrassing Redo: Obama’s Additions to Prez Bios Distanced

A month ago the President had his tech lackeys add a little something to a host of past president’s biographical webpages on the official White House website causing eyebrows to be raised across the country. At that time team Obama thought would be a great idea to add sections at the end of many presidential […]

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Chicago Bloggers Onto Obama’s Membership in Communist Group Early

With the news of Stanley Kurtz’ NRO piece about Obama’s membership in a radical, communist-styled political party in Chicago making the rounds today, it is instructive to note that bloggers had all this info years ago, before Obama ran for the White House in 2008. Back in the late 1990, then State Senate candidate Barack […]

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Who is the Domestic Terrorist Targeting Conservative Bloggers?

Back on May 24 I posted a story on convicted domestic terrorist Brett Kimberlin who had launched a crusade not only to drag some conservative bloggers to court with nuisance lawsuits, but to try and intimidate them by posting things about their personal lives like phone numbers, addresses and that of the blogger’s family members. […]

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Introducing “Flame”: Round Three in the Cyber War on Iran

Couldn’t happen to a more dangerous regime.

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