This Begging Is Getting Old, Embarassing and Disgusting Very Quickly

June 27th, 2012

By Dan Miller I just received this begging e-mail from the Deputy Campaign Manager of Obama for America. Friend – If we’re drastically outspent in this election, there’s a very good chance we will lose to Mitt Romney. This is a distinct possibility. The financial landscape in this race has changed over the last few […]

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Another Historic Moment in President Obama’s Record of Achievement

June 26th, 2012

By Dan Miller As President Obama moves ever forward with his historic presidency, he has taken some of his precious time to honor me by expressing his need for my help. I am very proud to have been among the selected few to receive this personal e-mail from my friend Barack: Friend – I will […]

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The Tsunami of Spam

March 16th, 2011

By Tom Carter Comment spam, as opposed to the e-mail spam that pops into your inbox, is the junk that often appears in the comments sections of blogs and other websites that provide access to the public, e.g., newspaper websites.  It’s like a tsunami — it comes, and it keeps on coming, inexorably inundating a […]

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Does the Fourth Amendment Apply to Emails?

December 21st, 2010

By Dan Miller Yes, says the Sixth Circuit. But the consequences remain murky. In U.S. v. Warshak, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit held that email correspondence enjoys substantially the same expectations of privacy and therefore of Fourth Amendment protections as do snail mail and telephone conversations. Warshak was a criminal […]

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Health Care Deception

August 1st, 2009

There are a lot of questions that need to be answered about health care reform before members of Congress vote on it.  The bill just reported out of committee in the House is the one closest to a vote, but there are also other proposals in the works.  There are many legitimate concerns; what we don’t need […]

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