Sunday, August 30th, 2009
1965 Ikea catalog.
Senate bill would give president the power to seize private networks after declaring a “cybersecurity emergency.”
Rep. Charlie Rangel (D-N.Y.) continues to push for higher taxes, as we continue to learn new things about how he hasn’t paid his own.
Cops in London break into motorists’ cars, steal their stuff to teach them a lesson about how someone might break into their car and steal their stuff.
ACLU files suit to access more information about how border laptop searches are conducted.
Rep. Diane Watson (D-Calif.) celebrates a murdering tyrant.
Mohamad Jawad, freed after being seized sent to Gitmo at (he says) age 12, speaks out.
Strategically obstructing exits could help speed evacuations during emergencies.
Stairs worth stares.