Democrats and Republicans are once again in the midst of a deep partisan battle, this time about whether Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is the most qualified Supreme Court nominee in history or a crypto-racist hiding his shadowy résumé. Days of speeches, protests, and calculated outrage have not changed the expected outcome, and Judge Kavanaugh will almost certainly become the next Supreme Court justice.
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It was hard to watch Mark Zuckerberg's congressional hearing without liking congress a lot less. In between the rampant showboating and clumsy soundbites, it became clear that a lot of legislators don't know enough about technology to competently regulate it. And even if they did, the federal government's track record on surveillance and privacy rights is less than sterling.
How To Get Rid Of Paranoid Conspiracy Theorists – Caitlin Johnstone – Medium
Are you as sick and tired as I am of all those tinfoil hat-wearing conspiracy nutters who express skepticism whenever the kind and beneficent US intelligence agencies bestow us with urgent information about a new country in need of regime change? Do you want to get rid of that kooky fringe 74 percent of Americans who believe in a “Deep State” which controls the elected government?
Well you’re in luck, bucko! I happen to have compiled right here a list of six simple steps that our compassionate government and fearless media can take to rid America of these looney toon paranoid conspiracy theorists once and for all:
1. Stop fucking lying all the time.
2. Try some actual fucking government transparency.
3. Stop fucking killing people.
4. Stop promoting fucking conspiracy theories.
5. Stop being such fucking assholes.
6. Maybe try some fucking democracy for once.
If we could pull these steps off, what will these conspiracy-mongering grifters have to sell to the naive populace? If everyone trusts their government and feels confident in the democratic process, who will believe stories about powerful unelected forces ruling over them?
You certainly wouldn’t have 74 percent of them subscribing to this absurd “deep state” conspiracy theory, that’s for sure.
In homage to Dad Joke videos everywhere, Reason's Andrew Heaton and Austin Bragg try their hand at one-liners, cornball punchlines, and "comedy."
It is a period of cyber war. In an effort to sustain commerce during these challenging times, the Galactic Trade Federation has required the Empire retain the services of a consultancy on Kessel (a best-value provider, and only twelve parsecs away) to assess the state of their security before signing off on the newly-constructed DEATH STAR campus.
In this special holiday edition of "Mostly Weekly" Andrew Heaton comes up with some out-of-the-box New Year's resolutions for our legislators.
President Trump is rolling back some of his predecessor's Cuban policy reforms, potentially setting back important American relations with cigars and rum.
A Map Highlighting the Lewdest Sounding Town Name in Each State in the United States
Estately has compiled a map that highlights the lewdest sounding town name in each state in the United States, from Ballplay, Alabama to Goshen Hole, Wyoming. via Thrillist, Neatorama
Aussie place names are legendary. Cockwash, Titswobble Road, Burnt Pussy Creek, Licking Hole, Cummya Knob, Booby Island (just a few shakes from Dickey Point); Bumcooler Flat, Big Dick Bore, Pisspot Creek, Butt of Liberty, The Nipples; etc... There are literally thousands.