As you all know, the health care costs are too high, whether it is Obamacare, Trumpcare, or what ever you name it. So there have been some discussion to tackle the costs.
Donald J Trump, in office in the White House for just over 10 days, already on the way to become the worst President of the United States at least in our life time, seems to be heading to war. Continue reading
Many have wondered about Donald Trump, who is scheduled to take over the White House next week. A lot of people are embarrassed about the prospect of a Trump presidency, and his tweets have raised concerns when he continues his ways in the White House. Some high-ranking officials and diplomats already are privately worried about whether the next president is actually a sociopath. But how do you know for sure? Continue reading
Well – all efforts to stop Donald Trump to become president of the United States have failed. The Republicans are not in a position to create just one credible leader that would stand up against Trump – in fact they fall in line after just one tweet about the independent ethics commission they wanted to cut back. At least at that point Trump was right to remind the GOP what is really important: apparently the GOP’s most important issue was the plan to cut the ethics commission – that alone tells you what the GOP is currently all about. Continue reading
Now that the Republican Convention is almost upon us, attempts to prevent the nomination of Donald Trump a the Republican nominee for the President of the Unites States are now more urgent than ever. Continue reading
The recent revelations of Robert Durst’s bathroom confession have made quite some headlines. But his is not the only one. Over the years some other confessions have been recorded – mostly with the microphone still on unaware by the confessor.
New documents have been released this week about a data collection scheme by the British agency GCHQ – working closely together with U.S.’s NSA, named “Optic Nerve”. It fetches images from webcams users used in Yahoo chats.
For more information see here. Continue reading
So the promoters of the “religious freedom protection” bill recently approved by the Arizona legislature say it is not hatred and does not attack gays.
As we pointed out already it is probably not. Continue reading
It must be boring in Arizona.
The Legislature in Arizona has apparently nothing more important to do than discuss and pass a bill (House Bill 2153) messing with religious freedom. In a nutshell, it would allow individuals – and businesses – to use religious beliefs to defend against lawsuits. Continue reading
Thanks to our excellent connection to the National Security Agency (NSA) we were provided with a transcript of a conversation, that has potential wide implications in view of events happening just the last couple of days.
On a hot September evening last year, this phone conversation between New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and the head of the Port Authority of New Jersey took place. Here is the transcript (NJ Gov Cristie in Bold, Port Authority in plain): Continue reading