Remember that Slate article that questioned the integrity of Mobile Future while using only advocacy groups funded by Ford to make its case? Well, it turns out that Slate reporter is funded by Ford as well. Take a look.
If you want to understand the web of incestuous self-referential support through which the professional left operates, look no further than this article from Slate. In an article that could be the poster child for demonstrating the left’s funding process, it seems Allan Holmes is unwilling to disclose the common thread running through his writing. That common thread is the Ford Foundation.
This video from “The Robin Hood Tax” in England is a perfect example of how an idea that sounds perfectly reasonable is actually an insidious cancer on society, and why you would be a moron to vote for it.
With news that unemployment is stalled despite job gains, Obama has decided to focus on the economy now.
With several controversies fading and a period of intense foreign travel over, President Obama is narrowing his focus this summer to two issues, immigration and the economy, that could help determine the success or failure of his
Two days ago, Wendy Kaminer over at the Atlantic penned a piece looking at the ACLU’s lawsuit against the NSA and the idea of corporate personhood. The ACLU, it seems, is concerned about the idea that its phone call metadata is being snarfed up by the spooks and could be used to see who
A friend on Facebook today noted an article by Kristen Powers that once again tries to argue that government has not grown under Obama.
It so happens that the claim that government is bigger under President Obama than any time in history — an oft-repeated trope — is actually not even true. Not counting the
So many people are chattering wildly about Rob Portman’s conversion to a pro-same sex marriage (SSM) position. “Game changer” and “this changes everything” are just two of the Facebook updates I have seen on this. While I appreciate him coming around, I just can’t get all that excited about the news.
Don’t get me wrong.
So last wek I made a point in my Spectator piece that the GOP has a tech problem, but it’s a tech problem that can be addressed through a significant investment in money and culture. As I argued, you can address a lot of tech shortcomings if you invest in being better, smarter, and bringing
I like to read Ars Technica for their coverage of technology, but Anders Bylund has stepped way outside of his depth and should stick to technology.