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Saturday, December 3, 2011

Larwyn's Linx: Late Friday Fast and Furious Document Drop

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Late Friday Fast and Furious Document Drop: Nice Deb
The 1% of the 1%: Moonbattery
Three Tales of Newt: Wolf Howling

Obama and the Return of ACORN: IBD
Obama's Opaque Transparency: Boortz
The Hardest Working Man in Show Business: AmDigest

Jail Cells for Corzine, Soros, Waters, Frank, Pelosi, No One: Ransom
How Newt Gingrich Saved the Internet: Ace
Gingrich is the president America needs: : Walker


Andy Stern: In Praise of Communist China: Moran
White House: Bad economy still Bush's fault: Exam
Obama crony, Hyatt seek to slash workers' health care: Marathon

What the drop in unemployment means for Obama’s reelection: Peth
"The future is known. It’s the past that keeps changing.": MoneyRunner
Calif Prison Realignment Is a Charade: CityWatchLA

Gunrunner & Energygate

LightSquared, The FCC and the Law Firm That Represented Solyndra: Ace
Fast and Furious Whistleblower Punished, Participants Rewarded: Moonbattery
Issa Wimps Out: Times

Climate & Energy

Top Science Journal Challenges Green Carbon Assumptions: Mead
Obama administration is targeting Ohio's shale gas: Mandel
Lights Out: Daily Bayonet

HuffPo Warmist Says We Should Declare A War On The Weather: RWN
One Way The EPA Could Ruin Christmas: Looking Spoon
Leaked Emails Raise Questions About NYT’s ClimateGate Coverage: Commentary


How Did Obama’s Stimulus End Up Paying a Rich Hollywood Director to Produce a Web Video Show?: Tatler
The Herman Cain Problem: ushanka
Clinton Crony, "Journalist" George Stephanopoulos Convicts Herman Cain On-Air: NB

NBC's Andrea Mitchell Agrees: America One Of World's Most 'Socially Unjust' Societies: NB
Donald Trump to Moderate GOP Debate: Malkin
The Accused: Boston Globe Style: Glob

Brace yourself like a man, Tim Tebow!: JPA
Horror in Knoxville update: Retrials granted after discovery of drug-abusing judge: Malkin
A strangely desperate new Obama campaign speech: Urgent, dramatic, about him: IBD


The Real War in Iran: Glick
The Donkey Is Dead: Sultan Knish
Krauthammer: Obama has done more to undermine Israel’s position in the world than any other president: Scoop

Menendez Blows Up Over Administration Opposition to Key Iran Sanction: Commentary
Corruption and Islamism in Egypt: Spengler
Muslim Anti-Semitism and the Arab Spring: Sultan Knish

Taking Candy From a Baby: EU Referendum
Blame Canada: Daily Bayonet
China’s economy is rosy only if you don’t mind that it’s shrinking, corrupt and deadly: Bookworm


The Reality of 3D-Printed Body Parts: AtlWire
Open source offers an answer to the CarrierIQ spying controversy: ComputerWorld UK
TV ownership declines for first time in Nielsen history: EW


I was almost killed yesterday and no one cares.: FMFM
Gilding the Lily Since 2008: MOTUS
Waiting for Not-O: AmDigest

Image: Obama - The Anti-Israel President
Today's Larwyn's Linx sponsored by: Senate Conservatives Fund

QOTD: "The ironic thing is that I present to networking people all the time and one of the things I talk about is network security. The comment that resonates with them is "Network security is great in order to keep people out of your network. But what do you do with those who already have access to your network? What if the problem is someone is supposed to have access to your network?" To a certain extent this is what the Carrier IQ story feels like. Carriers already have access to your device so you wouldn't think something to this level that would violate that trust. Carriers are PROHIBITED from listening in to your phone calls without a warrant. Law enforcement cannot look at your phone records without a warrant. Now a piece of software on your phone can send your habits, phone calls and SMS strings to a PRIVATE 3rd party? Very troubling indeed." --Jason Bautista

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