Department of When Foil is not Foily
I just despair listening to Sam Seder and reading Matt Taibbi's Twitter feed. Neither one can bring themselves to admit the obvious, Trump is in it to win it. He should be taken at his word. Trump wants to be president. If he wins he will follow through on his promise to create a data base of Muslims, close their mosques, and force them to wear insignia. He will also round up all the Hispanics and deport them. He will also ramp up the wars in the Middle East and South Asia. Read more about Trump means it
The modern work environment was already becoming more than a bit Orwellian, with employees being electronically spied on by their bosses to ensure productivity, but now the corporate push for total information awareness of workers is hitting new levels of creepiness.
What is this really about? Charles Pierce:
Today, someone from the chop shop took to the pages of Tiger Beat On The Potomac to make the case that, because politics are icky and people are mean, what the country needs is a bipartisan figurehead about whom we can all feel nicey-nice.
Newspapers need to gather "small data" about individual users, such as where they live, work, and what their key interests are, to serve people with greater relevance and value, Jarvis said. "I hope that skill -- building profiles and using them to improve relevance -- is the first that Bezos brings to the Post."
And by terrorists we mean environmentalists and protesters.
We are sliding towards fascism. For real. Read more about Proto death squads
My partner was very disappointed, but after reloading we will try again in a half hour.
That model won't train.
Watching the unfolding emergency management tragedy in Michigan, I realized what anti-tax extremism was about. It is much worse than your normal conservative I don't want to pay taxes. By destroying the tax base, the Koch brothers can engineer financial collapse, race in and scoop up all the assets for cheap. It is the blitzkrieg of disaster capitalism. Read more about Koch brothers financial coup d'etat
(Reuters) - The Obama administration is drawing up plans to give all U.S. spy agencies full access to a massive database that contains financial data on American citizens and others who bank in the country, according to a Treasury Department document seen by Reuters.