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Tag: Government

What do law and parking have in common?

March 26, 2015 |

So much for transparency! As for government, Eleanor Norton Holmes says it’s “nunya”….none of your business. Elijah Cummings, fellow Democrat shared her opinion. Nothing to see here….move along folks.

Twain said that the making of law, like the making of … Read More Hackers, the key is under the mat!!

September 24, 2014 |

I wish I could take the credit for the awesome title of this article, but Chris Harris “bequeathed” it to me, he he! Is anyone else besides me dumbfounded at how the U.S. would want a healthcare system run by the same folks who run our V.A. health care system, aaaand target folks through the I.R.S.? What could go wrong?

What if you’re a conservative gun-toting patriot*, who loves your country and signed up for “Obamacare”. What if you then come down with a screaming case of hemorrhoids and need surgery?

Through the N.S.A., the government already knows you’re “the enemy” so you’re probably gonna die from the government LITERALLY being a pain in the *ss! Not to mention, apparently the internet security for “” is only slightly more sophisticated than say, “pig-Latin.”

A report released by a Health and Human Services inspector found that more work needs to be done to bolster security on the site Government watchdogs were otherwise happy, however, with the improvements to security that have been made to the site since its launch The report follows a real hack that occurred on the site this summer.

The hackers from the inspector general’s office found one ‘critical’ vulnerability, described as a flaw that would let an attacker take over the system and execute commands, or download and modify information. But the office said that when its ‘white-hat’ experts attempted to mimic what a malicious hacker might try next, they were blocked by the system’s defenses.
Separately, the review also found two critical vulnerabilities in databases that support the website. Specific descriptions of the flaws were not released, but apparently none has been exploited by hackers. serves 36 states, while the remaining states run their own enrollment websites. The federal site had numerous technical problems when it was launched last fall and for weeks it was unworkable for most consumers.(1)

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Income Redistribution for Dummies

September 9, 2014 |

What is “Income Redistribution”, and why is it such a bad thing? Well, it is quite simply the Government using it’s coercive powers to take from you, that which you created and earned, and giving it to whomever they feel … Read More

Government says: Click-it or Ticket

July 3, 2014 | 1

I just saw a rather gruesome video on Youtube showing a person catapulted out of the vehicle, 15 meters into the air, during a high speed car-crash. Let me start out by saying that you will pretty much never catch … Read More

The Diversity Boondoggle

January 29, 2012 |

America is the most diverse country in the world bar none. Yet we have spent trillions of dollars on diversity, estimated to be $17T in fact. How has this happened?


The government is the largest racial profiler on the … Read More

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