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If he’s elected to the U.S. Senate in November, Arkansas Rep. Tom Cotton may want to buy a beer for his Dem opponent, Sen. Mark Pryor. Pryor held a press conference today to speak out against Cotton’s views on Medicare … and wound up pimping Cotton’s campaign website. Whoops: Mark Pryor uses placard at press […] Twitchy » US Politics
California Residents Learn Obamacare Headaches Don’t End Once You’ve Finally Made It Past the Website
“I can’t imagine this is how President Obama wanted it to happen.”
“…we could expect an approach to communism beginning here and now to be far more open, humane, democratic, participatory and egalitarian than the Russian and Chinese attempts managed.”
“…were made available without her knowledge or consent.”
There’s a slight difference.…
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Get in line, sister.
Will the toaster still be loyal?
MyCancellation.com is a new Tumblr devoted to collecting health insurance cancellation notices and stories from Obamacare’s victims.
Even pesky Twitter “glitches” couldn’t hold back the flood of cancellation letters.
@MyCancellation is no longer suspended. Here’s a taste of what you’ll find on the Tumblr and Twitter feed:
‘Is that how leadership works’? Joe Biden on O-care website: Sorry, president and I aren’t ‘technology geeks’
Joe Biden addressed the HealthCare.gov train wreck today, and this would be a fitting way to kick off his 2016 campaign.
From “big effin deal” to “big effin fail”:
Biden to HLN: "the president tried to get online and my daughter tried to get online. I did not, because it was clear" he wouldn't get on—
Steve Brusk (@stevebruskCNN) October 30, 2013
Maybe somebody gave them the wrong website number.
This particular Twitter user appears to have been trying to enroll for quite some time:
404 error-induced insanity. #GetCovered
Individuals visiting MSNBC.com over the weekend will be greeted with a new splash page billing the new website as “what progressives have been waiting for.”
“Want a sneak peek at the new msnbc.com?” the splash page asks. “It’s what progressives have been waiting for.”
On the other side of the splash page, visitors are told to visit NBC News for “breaking news and reporting.”
Neither a spokesperson for MSNBC or NBC Universal was available for comment to TheBlaze Sunday morning.
The conservative leaning news-outlet The Daily Caller said the language “strongly suggests MSNBC.com will be becoming a hub for progressive ideology and abandoning any semblance of objectivity.”
In July 2012, MSNBC started redirecting users to NBCNews.com, after the end of the relationship between NBC and Microsoft. The site is reportedly set to officially launch at a later date as an independent website for cable channel MSNBC.
(H/T: The Daily Caller)
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That can’t be true, can it? Sarah Palin posted a message to Facebook Thursday calling the story of a DHS employee running a race war website on the side “unflippingbelievable.”
So, the Federal Government, er, We The People, are employing someone at the Department of Homeland Security whose side job is running a hate website advocating ethnic cleansing and other despicable acts?! This official is promoting a race war. His fellow employees say they’re “astounded” he is employed by the taxpayers. His side “job” running the “War On the Horizon” website was reportedly approved by supervisors. Really, Fed? Really?
Friends, let your government know we deserve better; we demand better. We’re paying the tab.
If the Fox News story on the hate website doesn’t convince you that such a thing could happen, consider that Fox’s source is the Southern Poverty Law Center’s “Hatewatch” page — under the default banner, “Keeping an Eye on the Radical Right.”
By day, Ayo Kimathi works for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) as a small business specialist in a unit that buys such items as handcuffs, ammunition and guns.
Off-duty, he calls himself “the Irritated Genie.” He’s a gay-bashing, revenge-seeking black nationalist who advocates on his website – War on the Horizon – the mass murder of whites and the “ethnic cleansing” of “black-skinned Uncle Tom race traitors.”
Note to David Frum: the employee’s name is Ayo Kimathi, not Rush Limbaugh.
Yes, it’s down this evening. Here’s the message we receive when we try to access the site:
No comment yet from the Department’s Twitter feed.
That didn’t take long at all:
Where is the petition to nominate Edward Snowden for the Nobel Peace Prize?—
John Bogosity (@johnnybogosity) June 09, 2013
Others think the petition might be a “cart before the horse” situation:
has Edward Snowden officially been accused/convicted of a crime? people are calling for his pardon already…—
Chad (@jazzychad) June 09, 2013
Snowden is probably the first person to inspire a petition to pardon them before they've even been arrested or charged with a crime.—
Little Jimmy Jewel (@JackalopeGuy) June 09, 2013
“Will the real Slim Shady please stand up?” If that line isn’t not a blast from the past, poking around what is speculated to be Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s teenage website will bring you back to a time of rudimentary Websites.
Supposedly scrounged up by someone on Hacker News, the website has a landing page titled “Mark’s Homepage” and “the only site where a yellow eye blinks at you.”
In the About section (where the Web composer who might be 15-year-old Zuckerberg wrote the Slim Shady/Eminem reference), we learn that he lives in a small town near New York city, just finished his freshman year and “remodeled this website in an attempt that perhaps some search engine will recognize it.
“I am trying to promote my new AOL Program, The Vader Fader, which you can download elsewhere on this site. It is a decent fader,” a boy who some thing became the now billionaire entrepreneur wrote.
Somewhat telling, the website also had a Java applet called The Web, which he used to connect people. Here’s how it worked:
As of now, the web is pretty small. Hopefully, it will grow into a larger web. This is one of the few applets that require your participation to work well. If your name is already on The Web because someone else has chosen to be linked to you, then you may choose two additional people to be linked with. Otherwise, if you see someone who you know and would like to be linked with but your name is not already on The Web, then you can contact me and I will link that person to you and put you on The Web. If you do not know anyone on The Web, contact me anyway and I will put you on it. In order for this applet to work, you must E-Mail me your name and the names of the two people that you would like to be linked with. Thank you!
On a list called “The Best,” we gain insight into some more of Zuckerberg’s teenage mind:
What we’re not sure, at this point, is if this website is real. Here’s what Gizmodo thinks:
It looks like it. Motherboard discovered that the contact e-mail of the Angelfire page (Themarke51@aol.com) is an old AOL account under the primary account of ‘ekzooks’. Which is interesting because that ‘ekzooks’ username has been used all over the Internet by a Dr. Edward Zuckerberg. Who is Dr. Edward Zuckerberg? Well, only the father of Mark Zuckerberg.
In addition, taking a look at the source of the Angelfire page (the behind the scenes part) reveals that the creator of the website was Mark Zuckerberg. Or at least someone who calls himself Mark Zuckerberg.
Although all signs might point to the real Facebook CEO drafting up this website in his youth, he has not confirmed it in his adult life yet.
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