It is election day in the US, where we “freely” elect our leaders. It is a day of compromise, but in the end, it is a day of hope.
Apple has thrown encryption and security to the top of the presidential debate stage, with many of the candidates offering their opinions on whether or not Apple should create a backdoor to unlock Syed Farook’s iPhone. Unfortunately, the Republican candidates … Continued
The shooting in San Bernardino once again leaves us with a gut wrenching feeling of helplessness. This feeling is quickly followed by righteous anger; anger that life can be so quickly and permanently ended; anger that there are those who … Continued
I recently read a blog post that was shared by several friends that gives seven reasons why “your child should never be forced to hug anyone.” You can read the original post here. (content warning, it’s a little crude.) When … Continued
The Republicans lost the procedural vote for their opportunity to derail the nuclear accord with Iran. It appears that the deal will go through, so what are the details of that agreement? After 20 months of intensive negotiations, the U.S. and our … Continued
Kim Davis, the Kentucky clerk who has refused to allow her office to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, has been incarcerated for being in contempt of court. She is defying a federal judge’s court order to issue the licenses … Continued
It seems like lately we’re all barraged by an endless stream of horror by a self-righteous mob tearing down someone’s door. The internet is awash with stories about individuals whose lives must be ruined because they’ve offended the mob’s transient … Continued