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    Could War Be A Blessing In Disguise?

    by  • 17 April, 2014 • Culture, Guns, Military, Tech • 1 Comment


    I mean real war, not the kind of ‘limited engagements’ we fight now that always seem to end in a negotiated cease fire where neither side surrenders and both sides declare victory. War is mass murder, and yet, in perhaps the greatest paradox in history, over the long run, it has made humanity safer...

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    Obama Fanboy Threatens Poison Gas Attack On Fox News

    by  • 10 April, 2014 • Crime, Politics, Tech • 3 Comments


    Fired by Yahoo but still not under arrest… Ross Dmochowski—42 and proudly professing that he still lives online—is a relentless user of Google Plus and likes to get into “nasty exchanges” 24/7 on the site with conservatives, Christians, Republicans and anyone whose opinions aren’t as fanatically hard-left as his are. However, in September of...

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    Headline: Device Can Detect Your Politics

    by  • 5 April, 2014 • Culture, Politics, Tech • 0 Comments


    Because people might lie?… This is not fringe science: One of John Hibbing’s pioneering papers found that political partisans on the left and the right differ significantly in their bodily responses to threatening stimuli. For example, startle reflexes after hearing a loud noise were stronger in conservatives. And after being shown a variety of...

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