TSA to travelers: Is that a cookie or a bomb?

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Tony Biziak Sacramento Bee Federal airport security officials have begun asking travelers to take books and food out of their carry-on luggage, prompting some fliers to complain about a further invasion of the limited privacy they have left at checkpoints. Transportation Security Administration officials say they are taking the steps […]

Wolf signs Real ID law, expects new licenses in 2019

Michael Bryant Philadelphia Inquirer HARRISBURG – Gov. Wolf on Friday signed legislation that brings Pennsylvania into compliance with the 2005 Real ID law enacted following the Sept. 11 terror attacks. That law requires driver’s licenses and ID cards to have security enhancements and to be issued to people who prove […]

Mark Zuckerberg calls for universal basic income at Harvard speech

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Todd Haselton CNBC Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg called on the need to consider universal basic income for Americans during his Harvard Commencement Speech. Zuckerberg’s comments reflect those of other Silicon Valley bigwigs, including Sam Altman, the president of venture capital firm Y Combinator. “Every generation expands its definition of equality. […]

Mark Zuckerberg: We Need a ‘Global Superstructure to Advance Humanity’

Lucas Nolan Breitbart Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg stated his belief that the world is in need of a “global superstructure” in a recent article from the New York Times Magazine. In an article titled “Can Facebook Fix It’s Own Worst Bug?” author Farhad Manjoo poses the question, “Mark Zuckerberg now […]

Gaddafi Predicted and Tried to Stop this Terror Wave in UK, So the US Murdered Him

Claire Bernish The Free Thought Project Outspoken critic of Big Government and former U.S. presidential candidate, Dr. Ron Paul, blasted the West for ignoring admonishments from deposed, late, Libyan leader, Muammar Gaddafi, who asserted prior to his death, the rise of U.S.-supported Islamic extremists would lead to attacks on Europe […]

Five Things That Happened During Oklahoma’s 2017 Legislative Session

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Jacob Mccleland & Nomin Ujiyediin KGOU Oklahoma’s legislative session came to a close on Friday, as lawmakers passed a nearly $7 billion budget. Republicans, who hold a large majority in both the House and Senate, needed Democratic support to pass revenue-raising measures, but negotiations crumbled over the weekend. To fill […]

China Shuts Some Live Streaming Sites, Punishes Companies

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AP BEIJING (AP) — Chinese authorities have punished dozens of companies involved in live online broadcasting and shut down numerous hosting platforms for showing content that was pornographic, related to gambling or involved content considered superstitious and harmful to minors. Almost half of China‘s 730 million internet users use live […]