This is actually kinda hilarious…
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She lets the group of politicizing witch-hunting Republicans know what the Secretary of State actually does, and leaves them with their tails between their legs.
Netanyahu will certainly put on the show of a toddler who just had his binky taken away while the deal is discussed in Congress, but when it passes, and it will pass, he’ll be the first with his hand outstretched.
Maybe THIS is why they call it the “happy skies”?
The fence surrounding the White House is having 7-inch spikes added to the top. They are a temporary deterrent against nutjobs jumping over.
After a woman’s claim she was being sexually harassed results in a man’s termination from his job, he kills her and his men’s rights buddies “don’t blame him” for it — but MEN are the ones being oppressed?
I think it’s safe to say President Obama is, by far, one of the funniest presidents in history.
The new short film ‘Webcam’ explores the dangers inherent in the ubiquitous nature of cameras in almost every mobile device.
In exquisitely bad timing, the release of Joe Biden’s remarks can do nothing but undermine his boss.
We’ve probably all been there and had enough with airport security at one time or another. However, this guy brought it to a new level.
Posner thinks privacy concerns are just an excuse to cover up our bad behavior.
NSA has hastened to assure us that surveillance abuse is rare and basically accidental. Then why does spying on a loved one has its own name? Meet LOVEINT!
Bill Maher gives specific reasons why Americans should be willing to give up some freedom for safety.
Thanks to a controversial mining company, this lushly-wooded hiking and camping destination is crawling with masked commandos carrying assault weapons.
One of the loudest alarms set off by the National Security Agency leaks was well articulated by the Project on Government Oversight.
Security is a real problem in this new century, I’m not denying that. But there is a way to be secure without instituting a police state mentality.
United States four-star General John Allen left his command in Afghanistan calling it optimistic, and is confident that victory is at hand.
The ambitious plan and 11-page booklet you’ve never seen nor heard about, for jobs, education, healthcare, and growing the middle class.