>bulk collection on Americans ends midnight tonight
Last chance to get your own dossier, or is it...
Is Canada going to be the first country that successfully legalizes marijuana on a federal level?
>A Florida gun shop owner who was sued by the Council on American-Islamic Relations for declaring his store a “Muslim Free Zone” has been vindicated by a federal court.
>Andrew Hallinan, owner of Florida Gun Supply in Inverness, was sued by CAIR’s Florida chapter after he made the declaration in a YouTube video in July.
>On Tuesday U.S. District Court Judge Beth Bloom said Hallinan, who teamed up with George Zimmerman to raise funds for his legal defense, was within his First Amendment rights to make the statement, according to the American Freedom Law Center who represented Hallinan in the case.
“The general desire of [CAIR] in this case to have Muslims able to access [Florida Gun Supply’s] shooting range someday in the future is insufficient . . . There are simply no facts grounding the assertion that [CAIR] and/or one of its constituents will be harmed—[CAIR] has failed to allege when and in what manner the alleged injuries are going to occur,” the court ruled.
>In the statement released Tuesday by AFLC it declared “Florida Gun Supply will not serve “[a]nyone who is either directly or indirectly associated with terrorism in any way.”
This doesn't effect his business negatively because neither the ass-sore Islamists nor their liberal defenders would have ever done business with him anyway.
This free publicity does help him with his existing clients because it shows political solidarity with their beliefs.
Getting a ruling like this on the books is great because it sets a precedent. This could go to the Supreme Court though.
>In a darkened "war room," dozens of South Korea's brightest college students are practicing hacking one another as part of a government program to train them to battle some of the world's best -- the shadowy techno-soldiers of Kim Jong Un's regime.
>To build its defenses, President Park Geun Hye's government has enlisted 120 of the country's most talented young programmers, offering full scholarships in return for seven years of military service. While the hackers of the Kim regime may be best known for their link to last year's attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment, their primary target remains South Korea, with the two countries technically still at war more than 60 years after the conflict that sealed their division.
>The urgency to train "white," or ethical, hackers is rising as industrialized nations try to safeguard digital information vital to national security and infrastructure, while combating cyber crime that is estimated to cost over $400 billion a year globally. South Korea's experience fending off the North has made the country a global player in cyber defense. Mitigating future damage still remains a challenge for Seoul's military hackers as the North's attacks become more sophisticated.
How long before normies run this into the ground? Or have the done it already?
Is the "U-turn" on austerity a win for the Conservatives or a triumph for Corbyn?
More importantly, will the British public benefit in both the short and long term from these reviews?
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No one wins. Conservatives basically fiddled with the numbers to magic up an extra £20bn from the back of the sofa and labour would rather we keep ourselves full of debt that we will never pay off.
While the public gets scraps off the table while things like the NHS basically buckles under their own weight because they can't manage finances right.
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Why aren't terrorist groups in Northern and Western Africa like Libya or Mali focused on as much as those in Syria or Iraq?
>Why aren't terrorist groups in Northern and Western Africa like Libya or Mali focused on as much as those in Syria or Iraq?
Because nobody gives a crap about Africa, and we expect it to be a violent shithole, so no one is surprised when it turns out to actually be a violent shithole.