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  • Jeff Bezos
    Big techs in trouble: Microsoft and Amazon
    Two stories in the tech business produce a common lesson: tend to your own knitting. In the instance of Microsoft, Bill Gates has lamented publicly on many occasions that his shortcoming is his lack of creative invention, unlike Steve Jobs, for...
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    Secret Service agents transferred because of embarrassing incidents
    In the wake of embarrassing incidents ranging from public intoxication to involvement with prostitutes, Secret Service agents have been reassigned and new rules have been laid down, according to ABC News on April 9. Among those reassigned was...
  • Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates writes sizzling new book on Obama, etc.
    Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates writes sizzling new book on Obama, etc.
    To absolutely no one’s surprise in Washington, former defense secretary Robert Gates, has written a scathing book that includes President Barack Obama’s major doubts about his decision to commit more troops to the war in Afghanistan...
  • The Washington Post and other news sites suffered hack attacks
    The Washington Post and other news sites suffered hack attacks
    CNN, Times and The Washington Post websites where all hacked this morning by a group that has ties to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. A politically active group that calls themselves the Syrian Electronic Army has been credited with taking down...
  • Jeff Bezos purchased The Washington Post with no prior experience of owning a newspaper
    Did Jeff Bezos buy The Washington Post to simply experiment with the industry?
    On Monday, the Washington Post reported that Amazon founder Jeff Bezos would be taking over as owner for the legacy publication. In several reports it has been stated that Bezos knows almost nothing about owning a newspaper, so what does he plan...
  • Who is the NSA surveillance whistle blower?
    Who is the NSA surveillance whistle blower?
    By now we all have heard the name Edward Snowden repeated on network and cable news shows. The 29 year old former defense contractor is famous world wide after he leaked information exposing the NSA for collecting the phone logs of Verizon...
  • Liberal Washington Post endorses Obama with grave reservations
    Liberal Washington Post endorses Obama with grave reservations
    This week's Friday "surprise": The Washington Post endorsed Barack Obama for a second term as President of the United States.No kidding?This week's real surprise: The Washington Post endorsed Barack Obama for a second term as...
  • Penn State Scandal
    Penn State's crime scandal rocks the nation
    The Pennsylvania State University, commonly called Penn State or PSU, known for its academic excellence and athletic programs, is under fire due to allegations against (now) ex-football coach icon Joe Paterno’s former defensive coordinator...
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    Joel Osteen helps you love your gayness away
    Pastor and church leader Joel Osteen suggests you can love your ‘gayness’ away. Having already proposed gays are sinners and need more love, in his latest interview with Sally Quinn of the Washington Post is claiming that if you just...
  • Atty General Eric Holder wants another season of The Wire
    Attorney General Eric Holder wants another season of crime drama 'The Wire'
    U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder recently invited three actors from the cast of the Baltimore, Maryland critically acclaimed crime drama “The Wire” to the Justice Department in Washington, DC.Wendall Pierce (Bunk), Sonja Sohn (Kima)...
  • Life Goes On
    Dramatic photos capture Pulitzer Prize
    The 95th annual Pulitzer Prizes were announced on Monday, April 18, 2011 by Columbia University in twenty-one categories, as reported by the Huffington Post, MSNBC, the Pulitzer website, and a number of other media sources. In two of those...