I wasn't going to...but I did it anyway. A Christmas post!
You know all those greedy scientists making tens of thousands of dollars researching climate change and how it's all just a plot to keep the gravy train rolling? Lucky we have the fighters for the truth on the other side of the story who are only in it for the good of humanity. And billions of dollars in donations from billionaires with oil interests.
Christ, this pope is awesome. His new thing? Atheists are a-okay, as long as they "do good".
I thought this UK porn filter was one of those crazy right wing dreams that will just go away. But it's real! That's insane!
CSIS lied to get warrants.
In Japan, they've recruited homeless people to clean up the Fukishima disaster. And they're stealing their wages (and paying them less in the first place).
Once again it is winter time. Time to demand that lost skiers pay for their own rescue.
This is a tremendous Slate story that tracks the life of Ronald Reagan's
"Welfare Queen" scapegoat that he used to demonize poor people and push
through welfare reform. Why doesn't somebody do this with the most
egregious of Wall Street criminals and push through some sort of Finance
Reform? Matt Taibbi, I'm looking at you.
This is one of those non stories....I mean, of course the NSA has more data than they can possibly analyze.
Iron Maiden apparently used music piracy data to target where they should go on tour...except they didn't. They just happen to sell out lots and lots of concerts in those places.
South Dakota has supposedly created a tax loophole (on purpose) for rich people to get out of the obligation to pay inheritance taxes in the hopes that it will "create business". Which it does...to the tune of hundreds of jobs. So they've given up millions and millions and millions of potential USA wide tax revenue to create hundreds of jobs.
They polled Brits (In England, just in case you were wondering) about why they don't vote. Well, it's not because they don't care. It's because they hate politicians.
A lady in Texas is fighting the loss of her land to the Keystone XL pipeline.
Music publishers are still using bots to claim ownership to music that they don't own.