Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Larwyn's Linx: Schumer: Military Veterans — Not Congress — Must Face Budget Cuts

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Schumer: Veterans — Not Congress — Must Face Budget Cuts: Moonbattery
Year of the Republican Primaries: Daniel Horowitz
Obama argues profit-seekers forfeit their First Amendment rights: Ernest Istook

Obamacare: A Law or a Shakedown?: Rich Baehr
Not Trying to Ban Guns Except When We Are: Clayton E. Cramer
Incrementalism vs. Fundamentalism: The Republican Civil War: Ricochet

The Crony Obama Donors in Charge of DHS: Michelle Malkin
Texas Voting Rate Increased in Its First Voter ID Test: Bryan Preston
Free Speech is Dead: Oregon Bans Criticism of Obamacare Exchange: TPNN

Put guns in the schools, because that’s the only sane thing to do: Matt Walsh
Dr. Milton Wolf for Senate: Erick Erickson
Logistics: CMP advisory on .22 Long Rifle.: SSI


Coburn’s 2103 Government Wastebook : Bryan Preston
This Went Unnoticed: Obama Added Living Wages to the Bill of Rights: Sara Noble
The Federal Reserve's Century of Failure: Bruce Walker

Scandal Central

Obama Makes the IRS Free Speech Cop Too: Diana Furchtgott-Roth
Obamacare’s expanded Medicaid asset seizure bonanza.: Moe Lane
Is President Obama 'too big to jail?': Wayne Allyn Root

Climate & Energy

Podesta’s White House return means a more aggressive green agenda: CEI
Bummer: 8 Ways “Climate Change” Is Ruining Christmas: RWN
Supreme Court won't take up Obama administration violation of judge's order in Gulf case: AP


NBC: 'Escalating Battle' Between White House and Press Corps Over Obama's 'Pure Propaganda': Kyle Drennen
This Is The Ad Every Republican Should Run In 2014: Glob
Photoshop This!: Caleb Howe

At What Point Does Millennial Fury At Obama Kick In?: HayRide
5 Things Obamacare Teaches You About Liberals: John Hawkins
The Dozen Funniest Variations of Obama’s Pajama Boy Propaganda: Mollie Hemingway

Re-Branding the GOP : John Fonte
Obama’s OFA – Onesie For America: iOTW
WaPo/ABC Poll: More Americans Trust Republicans To Manage Economy Than Obama: HyScience


DOD official: Snowden ‘stole everything — literally everything’: Giuseppe Macri
RESET: After Years of Threats, Russia Deploys Missiles Near NATO’s Borders: CNS
Banzai Speaks: Western Rifles

Center for America-Iran Progress: Alana Goodman
Kerry forces Israel’s moment of decision: Caroline Glick
A Good Communist: Western Rifles

Federal Judge: Obama Admin. Must Release Document Its Been Trying to Hide: Jason Howerton
The ASA: Where Foolishness and Ignorance Collide: Walter Russell Mead
Marine Could Be Discharged For Warning About Possible Threat Days Before Deadly Attack: FNI

Sci-Tech (courtesy BadBlue Tech News)

Meta Unveils Meta Pro, Its $3,000 AR Glasses Now Available For Pre-Order: Ryan Lawler
Cornell researchers print 3D speaker: Martyn Williams
The Case for a Compulsory Bug Bounty: Krebs


Cover Versions: The Little Drummer Boy: HayRide
Who Let the Dogs Out?: MOTUS
Steve Stockman Sells Obama Barf Bags: WFB

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QOTD: "Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden stole vastly more information than previously speculated, and is holding it at ransom for his own protection...

“He stole everything — literally everything,” the official said.

Last month British and U.S. intelligence officials speculated Snowden had in his possession a “doomsday cache” of intelligence information, including the names of undercover intelligence personnel stationed around the world.

“Sources briefed on the matter” told Reuters that such a cache could be used as an insurance policy in the event Snowden was captured, and that, “the worst was yet to come.”" --Giuseppe Macri


Anonymous said...

Re: Snowden "stealing everything".

The fish rots from the head down. If we can see what a mess ObamaCare is turning out to be, what if the smartest people in the room also were in charge of internal systems for the State Department? It appears they were. How else can we explain how easy it was for a mere network technician like Snowden to have access to "everything" not to mention get away with it. It should go without saying that getting a copy of "everything" would move a lot of data and take a lot of time.

Anonymous said...

It appears they were. How else can we explain how easy it was for a mere network technician like Snowden to have access to "everything" not to mention get away with it.=================================================================

I can answer that question.
Once a person goes through the clearance process it is basically based on the "honor roll" system.

Instead of protocols for the information.