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OkCupid's CEO Also Guilty of Anti-Gay Campaign Donation

On March 31st, users of the dating website OkCupid.com were greeted with a notice informing them that because Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich donated to a pro-traditional marriage campaign, users of Mozilla's Firefox web browser were banned from the OkCupid website. But now it has come to light that the CEO of OkCupid also made a political donation offensive to gay activists. Apr 8, 2014 12:51 AM PT

Introducing the Desktop 3D Printer

The 3D printing revolution could be coming to your home with a new machine that costs less than an iPhone and can sit on your desktop. Apr 7, 2014 3:53 PM PT

Andrew Sullivan: Gay Activists Creating 'Civil Rights Movement Without Toleration'

Gay columnist Andrew Sullivan is getting pummeled by fans for standing against the actions of gay activists who forced Mozilla to dump its new CEO, Brendan Eich. Sullivan is undaunted, however, saying that gay activists are creating a civil rights movement built on hate – not one advocating toleration. Apr 7, 2014 2:55 PM PT

New York Times Blunts Ezra Klein Insult of Washington Post

On Sunday, The New York Times quoted Ezra Klein slamming his old bosses at The Washington Post. Klein said the paper was holding him back, which was one reason he left print media. But by Monday morning, the Times altered the quote from one that hit the Post specifically to one criticizing the newspaper industry in general. Apr 7, 2014 1:24 PM PT

David Letterman's Retirement May Bring Big Windfall for Craig Ferguson

You may never have seen Scottish comedian Craig Ferguson hosting the Late Late Show on CBS. His brand of comedy is filled with in-jokes and the sort of quirkiness some say might tend to disqualify him as a replacement for David Letterman. But if he doesn't get the gig, he may reap a $12 million payday for being passed over. Apr 6, 2014 3:05 PM PT

Chicago's Mexican Heroin Epidemic

Chicago is going through a heroin epidemic fueled by Mexican drug cartels and pushed by local gangbangers that is leaving a wave of death and crime in its wake. Apr 6, 2014 5:11 AM PT

Mozilla CEO Destroyed for Same Gay Marriage Views Expressed by Obama, Clintons

Brendan Eich was CEO of Mozilla for less than a week before gay activists destroyed his career over a donation he made five years ago to a pro-traditional marriage campaign. But even as gay activists pilloried him, his views were little different from Barack Obama's or Bill and Hillary Clinton's. Apr 5, 2014 8:48 PM PT

Harry Reid: MSNBC Host Joy Reid 'Tells It Like It Is'

Senate Majority Leader, Democrat Harry Reid, apparently seems to feel the need to shill for left-wing cable news network MSNBC. The network is usually recognized as the least popular of the big three cable news networks, often earning the lowest ratings of the three. Apr 5, 2014 12:22 AM PT

Chick-Fil-A Tops KFC as Nation's Biggest Chicken Fast Food Chain

Despite the fact that Chick-fil-A closes on Sundays, despite that the chain has fewer stores, and despite the major attack on its businesses by left-wing activists, Chick-fil-A has surpassed Kentucky Fried Chicken as the nation's leader for fast food chicken. Apr 4, 2014 11:59 PM PT

Andrew Sullivan: Brendan Eich's Ouster as Mozilla CEO 'Disgusts Me'

Gay advocacy groups have been attacking tech company Mozilla for appointing a new CEO who once donated $1,000 to a 2008 campaign for traditional marriage in California. In only a week that new CEO has stepped down prompting some to wonder if supporting traditional marriage is now a "boardroom crime" and if gay advocates have "overstepped." Apr 3, 2014 8:21 PM PT


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