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5 things to know about voter ID laws

 New laws requiring voters to present photo identification at the polls were enforced in two Southern primaries on Tuesday, but with mixed results. In Alabama, there were few hitches, but a razor-tight U.S. Senate race in Mississippi could hinge on provisional ballots, some of them cast as a result of a new voter ID law. […] Continue reading →

Social Media Dangers with ZeroFOX CEO James Foster

Chris Versace Welcome to PowerTalk. I’m your host, Chris Versace. These are my one-on-one conversations with the movers and shakers in the business world that take you behind the scenes and in the know. Be sure to check out for more on my newsletter PowerTrend Profits, as well as past episodes of PowerTalk. Also check out for more on my […] Continue reading →

Google faces lawsuit of AdSense Fraud for Account Cancellations they were due to pay out  Seth Rosenblatt  A lawsuit filed Tuesday against Google accuses the tech titan of engaging in widespread fraud by canceling AdSense accounts just before they were due to pay out. The suit relies in part on recent anonymous accusations that Google developed an AdSense fraud scheme in 2009 to prevent publishers from collecting money that […] Continue reading →

A picture sure is worth alot of words….

Confessions of a College Professor Rants and raves about the mess of higher education in the United States. The above map, from here, really demonstrates how completely insane higher education has become. That’s a map of highest paid public employees, by state. State by state, every state, the highest paid public employee is in higher […] Continue reading →

Michelle Malkin: The VA’s Deadly Bureaucratic Drones

 At least 40 American veterans are dead thanks to bureaucratic delays at Veterans Affairs clinics. But you wouldn’t know it from VA Secretary Gen. Eric Shinseki’s bland and bloodless demeanor at a Senate hearing Thursday. He droned on like an apathetic office manager fielding complaints about the copier being jammed. Shinseki told the Senate panel […] Continue reading →

Michelle Malkin: Cash for Obamacare Shirkers

 When Obamacare operatives aren’t busy trashing the private health insurance market and squandering billions on useless technology, they’re busy … being idle. File the latest example of government health care profligacy under “Caution: Your tax dollars not at work.” According to at least one Obamacare paper-pusher, employees at an application-processing center in Wentzville, Mo., are […] Continue reading →

Election Lawfare and the 2014 Senate Races

Hugh Hewitt  With a wave of the pen -actually, 90 pages of waving- U.S. Federal District Judge Lynn Adelman in Milwaukee struck down Wisconsin’s three year old voter identification law on Tuesday. As The Atlantic’s Andrew Cohen noted yesterday “[i]t is far from certain that the ruling will withstand review by the very conservative 7th […] Continue reading →