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Rick Jensen

Facebook is the new big brother

You’re putting your life at risk, one like at a time
Facebook’s fairly recent slog into transparency reveals some rather nasty big-brother surveillance of their users.
It’s always been a given that a service provider who does not directly charge customers can only pay the bills and employees if they’re being subsidized, either by the government, advertising or leasing access to their clients’ information.
The more information the service provider has, the more they can charge their own clients for access to that information.

Michelle Malkin

We need fallacy control now!

Enough is enough. It’s epidemic. It’s dangerous. And the time has come to demand its end.
In the aftermath of the horrific massacre in Las Vegas, America needs fallacy control. Yes, we must declare war on fallaciousness. Now more than ever, the nation is suffering from an outbreak of illogical thinking. In response to senseless violence, clearheaded citizens deserve a safe space from the 24/7 barrage of rhetorical nonsense. Let’s break down the collective cognitive breakdown.
Argumentum ad celebritum.

Tom Purcell

All politics, all the time?

“It’s everywhere you turn these days. I can’t take it anymore.”
“Ah, yes, you speak of a regrettable fact of modern life — that politics is in our face everywhere we go, even in professional sports.”
“Professional sports always provided a respite from the worries of the real world. It was the one area where I could always escape the stress and strain of politics, which has gotten pretty ugly in recent years.”

Joe Guzzardi

The eye-popping cost of illegal immigration

Illegal immigration costs American taxpayers $116 billion annually, according to a new report published by the Washington, D.C.-based Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR). Illegal aliens’ presence in the United States has long been debated. Advocates claim that many do jobs Americans won’t and that the services they perform grow the economy.

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