Um, so this whole transparency vs privacy vs secrecy issue is really starting to brew up a storm. A man in Michigan is being charged with hacking into his wife’s computer. Jessica Cooper, the Oakland County prosecutor, said Leon Walker broke the law by hacking in to his former wife's account but Walker says they shared the computer while his wife says it was her computer. Pay attention people, because this matters.
Anyone accused of a crime is innocent until proven guilty but right now I would no more trust a jury of progressives to look dispassionately at the case than I would a jury of conservatives.
Mr Assange claims to stand for transparency, which is a noble mission, and under the guise of said transparency did last month release hundreds of secret diplomatic cables but he is outraged over the leaks of police files against him.
In an attempt to show her dashing ability to thwart off DDOS attacks, Sarah Palin told ABC news she had been the victim of a DDoS attack from Operation Payback but that she had been prepared for the “backlash” and hence warded it off. All of the above turned out to be... untrue.
Today on Glenn Beck’s radio show he and his friends were discussing the Assange situation. It turns out that Sex by Surprise is a GOOD thing! Sure, it may or may not involve continuing sex after a condom breaks even as the woman asks you to stop, but we can’t let the Nanny state tell us what to do! Turns out, nothing says pro-family like a little Sex by Surprise!
The recent release of secret documents exposes an alarming aspect of Iran gaining a nuclear weapon, and it hints at America’s willingness to do the bidding of foreign countries that are capable of defending themselves. The underlying argument is that a nuclear Iran is a danger to the region, and no one disputes that fact. But the people who are asking America to strike Iran are working both sides of the street in claiming to be our ally at the same time they covertly support Al Qaeda.