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Will’s Story: Where opioid abuse and the dark web intersect

Matthew Dean, Maumelle, AR –  Scott and Shannon Doerhoff describe their son Will as someone who never met a stranger.  Sitting inside of their home, in a picturesque suburban neighborhood just outside of Little Rock, the two exchanged fond memories of their first-born, highlighting his comforting way with people. “He always smiled,” said Scott Doerhoff.

Trump expected to sign bill undoing Obama-era Internet privacy rules

A bill whose critics say could put people’s private browser histories up for sale and hand Internet providers a lucrative victory awaits President Trump’s signature after swift passage through the House and Senate. The controversial resolution, which would overturn a host of Internet privacy protections enacted near the end of the Obama administration, would mean

It’s “Christmas in January” for Conservatives

Wayne Allyn Root, I predicted Trump would be amazing as president. I predicted his energy and “CAN-DO” attitude would make things happen…fast! I predicted he’d turn around America’s decline…fast. I predicted he’d quickly erase Obama and everything he ever did as president…fast. But this is ridiculous.  It’s like “Christmas in January” for conservatives. Every day is a

True or false, Trump’s tweets beat the media at its own game

Peter Van Buren, President-elect Donald Trump discovered the Holy Grail of media relations: the ability with a 140-character tweet to ignore the Fourth Estate. This is brass-knuckled political power that at a minimum pushes the press another circulation drop closer to irrelevancy. The latest example is directed against a journalist who reported Trump’s tweet that

WikiLeaks: The Email That Got John Podesta Hacked

Mikael Thalen, Latest #WikiLeaks dump reveals phishing email that compromised Podesta. The email that lead to the hack of Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta’s Gmail account was published online Friday by WikiLeaks. The malicious March 2016 email, which claimed to be from Google, asked Podesta to change his password due to unauthorized access from an

FBI Source: Clinton Foundation Can Bring Down Entire Government

Kit Daniels, The real point of interest is the Clinton Foundation, not the email servers, source reveals. The Clinton Foundation is a “massive spider web of connections and money laundering implicating hundreds of high-level people,” according to an anonymous insider who revealed why the FBI stopped short of indicting Hillary Clinton. Before FBI Director James

Trump Women Supporters “Make America Great Again”

Ann Oldenburg,  A show of support for the candidate becomes a web sensation. The internet has been breaking over the last 24 hours as sexy photos of women have popped up on the web showing support for the GOP presumptive nominee for president. Facebook took up the cause on Monday. #TrumpGirlsBreakTheInternet seemed to start showing

Coming Soon: Internet at the Speed of Government

Seton Motley,  When government “helps” run something, that something is terrible. The bigger a hand government has in running it, the more terrible it is. If it is exclusively government-run, the terrible-ness is ingrained and inherent. And the longer government runs the show, the worse the terrible-ness becomes. But one example: The Department of Veterans

Google is Quietly Recording Everything You Say ” Here’s How to Hear It, Delete It, and Stop It

Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist Thanks to a function of their search software, Google could have years worth of your conversations recorded, and you can hear it for yourself. Your cringe-worthy history can be heard and viewed along with a list of all your searches, at your personal Google history page. The feature

Meme Magic: Donald Trump Is The Internet’s Revenge On Lazy Elites

Milo, Breitbart  Back in June, three days after Donald Trump announced his candidacy, I predicted that the most mischievous pranksters on the internet would rally around him — and that they’d represent a significant electoral and cultural force. I predicted that his campaign would focus on trolling the lazy, entitled Establishment elites the American people hate

Townhall, Other Conservative Sites Blocked at CT High School

Sarah Jean Seman  Senior Andrew Lampart was prepping for a gun control debate at his Connecticut high school when he uncovered a halting bias—he could only access websites from one side of the debate. Nonnewaug High School’s firewall protection blocked the National Rifle Association from his computer. At the same time, it allowed access to

Web Filtering Company Launches Purge of Libertarian, Conservative Media

Billion dollar software company places in same category as KKK A corporate web filtering service is blocking access to by falsely claiming the site promotes racism and extreme violence in yet another example of the ongoing censorship of independent media.  Infowars received numerous e-mails yesterday from viewers who could no longer access,