Saturday, December 31, 2016

Larwyn's Linx: "From Putin with Love" - a novel by the New York Times

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"From Putin with Love" - a novel by the New York Times: Errata Security
Anti-Israel liberals are normalizing anti-Semitism: Philip Klein
Democrat Congressman hangs disgusting anti-cop painting in US Capitol: Scooop

Obama’s Failed Presidency: Eric Zuesse
Obama: I won't leave on Jan 20: Daniel Chaitin
The 10 Most Annoying Liberals of 2016: John Hawkins

How Ready is Ready Enough?: Cato
Obama Drops 502 Refugees on Nebraska Weeks Before President Trump: Breitbart
15,479 Syrian Refugees Impored in '16, 600% Rise Over '15; 99% are Muslims: CNS

The Election Was Not Hacked: Jon Gabriel
The Top 30 Fake Hate Crimes Exposed Since Trump Was Elected: Jeff Dunetz
Madman McCain on Russian Hacking: DownTrend


Obama plots jobs killing 'midnight lawsuits': Paul Bedard
Could 2017 finally be the year of the Constitution?: W. James Antle III

Scandal Central

Here Come the RINOs...: RWN
California Democrats legalize child prostitution: Travis Allen
Creator of NSA’s Global Surveillance System Calls B.S. On Russian Hacking Report: ZH

Climate, Energy & Regulations

Your smart meter is very secure (against you) and very insecure (against hackers): BoingBoing
Obama Going After Pizza!: Dossier


Soros has some interesting thoughts on Trump and the media: T. Becket Adams
Slate: Trump election proved US as 'unjust, racist, sexist': Paul Bedard
Black Lives Matter Chapter Proudly Praises Barista For Spitting In Officer’s Coffee: Amber Randall

The Worst of MSNBC in 2016: WFB
Rolling Stone Writer Suggests Something About Obama’s Russian Hacking Story Stinks: DownTrend
Talking Points Memo Chief Tweets Out Porn by Accident While Trying to Attack Trump: Retort


Report: ISIS leader and media guru is an American from Texas: Creeping
Obama’s Twilight Moves Against Israel May Foreshadow His Move to UN Sec’y Gen: ZH
Germany Begins Closing Down New Year’s Celebrations: GoV

Here's how much Abbas' Fatah wants peace: Elder of Ziyon
This Is the Moment for an Israeli Victory: Daniel Pipes
Turning Iraq History to Rubble, Leaving the Mess to Looters: AINA

Sci-Tech (courtesy BadBlue Tech News)

Hacking Into Future Nuclear Weapons: The US Military’s Next Worry: DefenseOne
Vermont power company finds malware linked to Russian hackers: Engadget
ASA Designs 'Ice Dome' For Astronauts On Mars: Slashdot


Top 10 Most Ridiculous John Kerry Quotes and Blunders: WFP
If You Must Unicorn, Please Unicorn Responsibly: MOTUS
21 people rescued from California amusement ride: Fox

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QOTD: "Despite the histrionic claims of the press, the election was not hacked. The Democratic National Committee’s lousy IT security allowed someone to access their emails which were then leaked. Clinton’s campaign manager John Podesta fell for an age-old phishing scam that was as believable as getting millions of dollars from a Nigerian prince. Using the spotty media understanding of cybersecurity, they can claim that the DNC and Hillary’s campaign were “hacked,” but the election decisively was not. And the press knows it...

...The media is intentionally lying to the public because they want a better excuse for Election Day than the reality. They would rather focus on hacking, the popular vote, FBI Director James Comey, or the minuscule alt-right, instead of accepting that American voters slightly preferred Donald Trump to Hillary Clinton, at least in the states where it counted. People wanted change over the ineptness, cronyism, and stagnation of the Obama era. They didn’t trust the utterly untrustable Clinton and liked her even less.

The harsh reality is this: Hillary Clinton is the worst presidential nominee in American history. And if the media is actually concerned about fake news, they will drop the election hacking lie and just admit that their candidate was a disaster." --Jon Gabriel

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