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  • Firefox Add-On Bypasses SOPA DNS Blocking

    12/21/2011 8:39:14 AM PST · by ShadowAce · 21 replies
    Torrent Freak ^ | 20 December 2011 | Ernesto
    The pending Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) continues to inspire opponents to come up with creative solutions to circumvent it. A new anti-SOPA add-on for Firefox, titled “DeSopa,” is such a counter measure.When installed, users can click a single button to resolve a blocked domain via foreign DNS servers, bypassing all domestic DNS blockades and allowing the user to browse the site though the bare IP-address (if supported). “I feel that the general public is not aware of the gravity of SOPA and Congress seems like they are about to cater to the special interests involved, to the detriment of...
  • More from the threatener: "tell you fool followers you are going to be deceased very soon"

    09/28/2009 11:56:02 AM PDT · by Cindy · 39 replies · 3,368+ views
    JIHAD WATCH.org ^ | Posted by Robert on September 28, 2009 9:24 AM | Unknown emailer via JIHAD WATCH.org
    Note: The following text is a quote: http://www.jihadwatch.org/2009/09/more-from-the-threatener-tell-you-fool-followers-you-are-going-to-be-deceased-very-soon.html More from the threatener: “tell you fool followers you are going to be deceased very soon” More just in from this guy, apparently with something that masks his IP, as this time he writes from 74.50.97.246, which traces to Tampa. If anyone can provide any information on tracing, please let me know. Robert.... that’s really good of posting the threat... It was really good I found you in a local supermarket. and I followed you.. so i know your address now.. tell you fool followers you are going to be deceased very...
  • Saddam Had WMD ( What the Damning Tapes tell us )

    02/27/2006 11:43:21 AM PST · by SirLinksalot · 46 replies · 2,716+ views
    Investor's Business Daily ^ | 02/27/2006 | Editorial
    Saddam Had WMD Now that Leno and Letterman have had their way with Vice President Cheney's hunting accident and the port controversy, maybe we can get back to something really important — like Saddam's WMD program. Yes, the linchpin of opposition to the Iraq War — never really strong to begin with — has taken some real hits in recent weeks. And "Bush lied" — the anti-war mantra about the president, Saddam Hussein and weapons of mass destruction — looks the most battered. Inconveniently for critics of the war, Saddam made tapes in his version of the Oval Office. These...
  • Nukes strange doings in Syria [Charles Krauthammer]

    09/23/2007 11:00:58 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 33 replies · 213+ views
    The Free Lance-Star ^ | September 23, 2007 | Charles Krauthammer
    <p>On Sept. 6, something important happened in northern Syria. Problem is, no one knows exactly what. Except for those few who were involved, and they're not saying.</p> <p>We do know that Israel carried out an airstrike. How then do we know it was important? Because in Israel, where leaking is an art form, even the best-informed don't have a clue. They tell me they have never seen a better-kept secret. Which suggests that whatever happened near Dayr az Zawr was no accidental intrusion into Syrian airspace, no dry run for an attack on Iran, no strike on some conventional target such as an Iranian Revolutionary Guard base or a weapons shipment on its way to Hezbollah in Lebanon.</p>
  • Military: Iran using Shiite proxies to try to kill leaders of Anbar Awakening

    03/03/2008 2:21:59 PM PST · by jdm · 5 replies · 173+ views
    Hot Air ^ | March 03, 2008 | Allahpundit
    Iran wants to weaken the burgeoning Sunni political movement in Iraq while also breathing new life into Al Qaeda? Go figure. The US military claims to have proof that armed groups supported by Tehran are trying to sabotage Iraq’s US-backed Awakening Councils, the armed neighbourhood groups that have successfully driven al-Qaeda out of many districts of Baghdad and elsewhere.In an interview with Adnkronos International (AKI), US military spokesman Adm Gregory Smith said that “the American military recently obtained confessions from detainees who are members of the Al-Quds Brigade and other Shia group who have been arrested in various parts of...
  • Before the ink dries: new research may confirm validity of disputed "hockey stick" climate record

    05/13/2005 7:27:56 AM PDT · by cogitator · 51 replies · 1,458+ views
    NCAR/UCAR Media Advisory ^ | May 11, 2005 | NCAR/UCAR
    Media Advisory: The Hockey Stick Controversy New Analysis Reproduces Graph of Late 20th Century Temperature RiseMay 11, 2005 BOULDER—Caspar Ammann, a paleoclimatologist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), is available to comment on the so-called hockey stick controversy discussed by Stephen McIntyre and Ross McKitrick today at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. The hockey stick refers to the shape of a frequently cited graph of global mean temperature that shows a rapid rise between 1900 and 2000 after 900 years of relative stability. The graph first appeared in a research paper by Michael Mann, Raymond Bradley,...