US defense giant Raytheon has developed a controversial software that uses social networking sites to track your movements, able to predict where a person will be and their future behavior. The program has drawn criticism from civil rights groups.
This is also the guy who proposed a disgusting bill called, “Don’t Say Gay” that would ban teachers from talking about homosexuality in the classroom and another piece of legislation that was designed to take financial aid away from families whose children got bad grades in school.
Remember that episode of Sanford and Son where the lead character Fred Sanford met a white version of his nemesis, his sister-in-law Esther? In that spirit, I present to you the British version of Maggie Gallagher.
A Tennessee maintenance worker has quit his job after discovering the number "666" printed on his W-2 tax form. The man, Walter Slonopas, a 52-year-old born-again Christian, told The Tennessean that God was worth more than money.
In a wake-up call to passionate second-amendment defenders everywhere, the US Government today released a statement explaining that in the event that the government really wants to come in and seize everything that matters to you, your silly...
Since Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) abandoned his opposition to providing undocumented immigrants with a pathway to citizenship and embraced a bipartisan framework for comprehensive immigration, political pundits and Republican leaders have anointed the...
TEApublicans are experts at using one of the oldest tricks in the book: Accuse your opponent of being or doing what you actually are and what you actually do! Roger Hedgecock is former mayor of San Diego and current racist and right wing talk show host.
UK officials plan to monitor Britons' online activities by placing surveillance devices on the country's telecom networks, a Parliamentary report says. The program would keep tabs on which websites were visited as well as who contacted whom.
Hi! I’m a rapist. I’m one of those men who likes to force myself on women without their consent or desire and then batter them sexually. The details of how I do this are not particularly important at the moment — although I love when you try to make distinctions about “forcible rape” or “legitimate rape” because that gives me all sorts of wiggle room — but I will tell you one of the details about why I do it: I like to control women and, also and independently, I like to remind them how little control they have.