This past week SWTOR, BioWare’s Star Wars MMORPG (massively multiplayer online roll playing game), released update 2.1, an update catered toward character appearance released to much criticism, some positive and much negative. The release featured a lot of additional content and infrastructure in game that allowed for players to further customize their in game characters [...]
I want to make sure I have this right. A pastor is invited to give the prayer at the presidential inauguration. A hatchet man finds a sermon he gave 18 years ago in opposition to gay marriage. Some in the gay community are vehemently upset that a pastor selected to pray at the inauguration was opposed to gay marriage. So they feel, being that he is opposed to their lifestyle, they should call him a bigot and other fancy names because he has not met their criteria. So under pressure this pastor declines the invitation from the president.
Conservatives increasingly fret about Monsanto and black helicopters, about happy fun camps and government denial of information to the public. Hyperinflation is on the horizon, government routinely exploits tragedies as a pretext to further rob us of rights, and despite whoever rises as the victor in the coming struggles, the one certain thing is that the world can never go back to the way it was.Continue Reading →
This is, as should be obvious, an under reported fact that Obama has waged a more aggressive war in the Middle East than the Bush Administration. For instance, we have seen drone strikes in the neighborhood of 52 during the Bush presidency to 278 under the Obama administration. Yet, the media continues to dog Bush as the warmonger.
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Over the last several weeks the Obama 2012 campaign has made a push into the college campus arena. A Harvard poll has shown that interest in the 2012 election among college students has dwindled in comparison to 2008.
During the last presidential election, then candidate Barack Obama led Sen. John McCain by 34% among voters [...]Continue Reading →
Last year around this time I wrote a column looking at walled gardens like AOL or in the modern era, Facebook. You can find a decent explanation of walled gardens on wikipedia. Basically it is an all inclusive service that is enclosed.Continue Reading →
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