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Eliminate stupidity now!

Scott Johnson | PowerLine Blog

Speaking at a presidential forum convened by the Poor People’s Campaign yesterday, Joe Biden was asked how to eliminate poverty now (video below). In response to the question, Biden advocated the elimination of the Trump tax cuts and observed that there is plenty of money around. So no problem or, as Biden might put it, no problem, man.

Lame Duck Soup: Sometimes You Have to Watch How the Sausage is Made

lameduck matt 605For people not steeped in American cinematic history – Duck Soup:

“The country of Freedonia is in the middle of a financial crisis and on the brink of revolution….(T)he government appoints Rufus T Firefly as its president. However, Mr. Firefly shuns the pomp and pretentiousness of government; along with the prudence and rationality of it too.”

Google Reveals Plans to Monitor Our Moods, Movements, and Our Children's Behavior at Home

Sounds creepy.

PJ Media: 

Patents recently issued to Google provide a window into their development activities. While it’s no guarantee of a future product, it is a sure indication of what’s of interest to them. What we’ve given up in privacy to Google, Facebook, and others thus far is minuscule compared to what is coming if these companies get their way.

Speed camera will catch drivers on phones from over half a mile away

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Britain’s biggest speed camera can catch drivers using their phones from 1,000 metres away.


The massive speed trap is being called ‘The Long Ranger’ and has just been unveiled by police in Gloucester. While normal speed guns only detect how fast cars are moving, this new camera can produce clear video footage and photographs of drivers in their cars.

Gloucestershire’s police chief Martin Surl showcased the camera at the launch of their pilot project Operation Indemnis.


The project takes a new ‘collaborative approach’ to policing the A417 and A419 – a major route linking Gloucestershire and Wiltshire, as well as the M4 and M5. At peak times, it carries an estimated 35,000 vehicles and has become an accident hotspot.


Officers will use the long-distance camera and automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) to check what vehicles are on the road and how they are being driven. ...

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