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Category Archives: Thinking Out Loud
Never mind that among the many flavors of Judaism, the Hasidim are the most extreme, we see here that the Hasidim are intolerent to other flavors of Judaism. 2014 also saw the 12th Annual Gay Pride Parade in Jerusalem. While … Continue reading
The Anti Defamation League defines and anti-semite as: The belief or behavior hostile toward Jews just because they are Jewish. It may take the form of religious teachings that proclaim the inferiority of Jews, for instance, or political efforts to … Continue reading
In the weekly Republican radio address, Sen. John Cornyn, R-Tex., said that “it has become disturbingly clear that the Obama-Reid shutdown is no longer about health care, or spending, or ideology. It’s about politics, plain and simple.” You also said … Continue reading
“The minority party needs to sit down and shut up!” No matter who says this it certainly ain’t the way to build a consensus. Shutting down the government until you can eliminate legislation that has already been passed and signed … Continue reading
Because they can’t have their way. One party of our sort of two party system of government wants to govern the United States of America according to their own ideology. Now ideology means according to the OED, noun * 1 … Continue reading
Two things popped into my little mind this week and the first involves the grand old party and their stated intention of not allowing anything the opposition party wants to do happen. Especially the lawfully elected president. So once again … Continue reading
Crypto prof asked to remove NSA-related blog post Predictable backtrack from Johns Hopkins comes a few hours later. by Nate Anderson – Sept 9 2013, 4:55pm EST Matthew Green is a well-known cryptography professor, currently teaching in the computer science … Continue reading
Be prepared to litigate: Boy Scouts pressures Hacker Scouts to drop “Scouts” The Boy Scouts of America insists it has a trademark on the word “scouts.” by Megan Geuss – Aug 20 2013, 11:25pm EST
I’ve totally ripped this piece off from the Ars Technica web site because of this sentence: Since 1919, the Boy Scouts of America has held a congressional charter that protects the organization’s “exclusive right to use emblems, badges, descriptive or … Continue reading