York Times Ready to Charge Online Readers
New York Times Chairman Arthur Sulzberger Jr. appears close to announcing
that the paper will begin charging for access to its website, according
to people familiar with internal deliberations.
probing possible inside help on attack
Google is investigating whether one or more employees may have helped
facilitate a cyber-attack from China that the U.S search giant said
it was a victim of in mid-December, two sources told Reuters today.
scanner companies queue for business after ‘underpants bomber’
The alleged “underpants bomber” who tried to blow up
flight 253 to Detroit on Christmas Day has triggered a vigorous
commercial race to cash in on a $600m (£370m) opportunity
to fit airports with full-body scanners detecting concealed explosives. Why
is Blackwater/Xe in Somalia?
Press TV reports that “There are . . . allegations of US-sponsored
bomb plots in Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia. As of 12 Jan 2010,
at least 18 people have been killed in clashes between rival factions
in southern and central Somalia, and there are reports that Blackwater/Xe
mercenaries have entered the country.” That’s for starters.
says U.S. occupying Haiti in name of aid Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez
on Sunday accused the United States of using the earthquake in Haiti
as a pretext to occupy the devastated Caribbean country and offered
to send fuel from his OPEC nation.
Post: The Banker Bonus Diversion
I am so tired of the absolute nonsensical and foolish approach in
regards to Banker Bonuses taken by both the Obama administration
as well as the bankers themselves.
in the Bedroom — and Everywhere Else
Left-liberals, when discussing abortion on demand, often declare:
“We don’t want government in the bedroom.” While
I am not arguing about abortion rights, I will point out how the
left really wants government in our homes.