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A judge issued an order calling for the arrest of the mother fighting a court's decision to have her 4-year-old boy circumcised after she failed to show up at a hearing Tuesday.

About Revolutions

The Merriam Webster's 2000 Collegiate Dictionary defines revolution as:

a: a sudden, radical, or complete change; b: a fundamental change in political organization; especially: the overthrow or renunciation of one government or ruler and the substitution of another by the governed; c: activity or movement designed to effect fundamental changes in the socioeconomic situation; d: a fundamental change in the way of thinking about or visualizing something: a change of paradigm <the Copernican revolution>; e: a changeover in use or preference especially in technology <the computer revolution> <the foreign car revolution>.

Revolution Now! examines, explores, discusses, plans, educates, and seeks to establish the frameworks and social foundations that lie at the heart of every revolution.

Without revolutions our world would not be what it is today. There is both Light and Dark, Good and Evil, Right and Wrong in this world, and the same may be said of each and every revolution that has ever taken place. There are no simple or universally correct solutions to modern problems facing the American people and the peoples of the world.

Requiem for a Free Republic

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 03/25/2015 - 18:40

by Brent Johnson

I weep for what once was; for the vaunted achievements of intelligent and passionate men; for the blood shed and sacrifices made by those committed to the principles of freedom and self-determination; for the broken dreams of countless generations. I weep for the hope of a free country. I weep for America.

Bipartisan bill would repeal USA PATRIOT Act and cut down Amerikan surveillance

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 03/25/2015 - 18:39

WASHINGTON (PNN) - March 25, 2015 - The bipartisan Surveillance State Repeal Act, if passed, would repeal dragnet surveillance of Amerikans’ personal communications, overhaul the federal domestic surveillance program, and provide protections for whistleblowers.

Commentary: The future of AI is scary and very bad for people

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 03/25/2015 - 18:37

By Steve Wozniak

March 24, 2015 - We should all be getting a little nervous: the robot apocalypse is brewing.

Or at least, that's what a growing number of tech visionaries are predicting. In an interview with The Australian Financial Review, I my own grave predictions about artificial intelligence's detrimental impact on the future of humanity to warnings from the likes of Elon Musk, Bill Gates and Stephen Hawking.

TV ads are about to start watching you

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 03/25/2015 - 18:35

March 24, 2015 - Google is about to make ads on television work just like ads on the Web. Through Google, advertisers will know how many times their ads were viewed. They’ll be able to target audiences based on location and viewing history. In other words, TV advertisers will have access to the same audience intel online advertisers take for granted.

Finally, after all this time, your TV is going to know as much about you as your web browser.

New car will force you to obey the speed limit

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 03/25/2015 - 18:32

DETROIT, Michigan (PNN) - March 24, 2015 - Much as we'd like to emulate our NASCAR heroes, breaking the speed limit often comes at a price. Ford is hoping to prevent accidents and speeding tickets by introducing cars that can see what the speed limit is and preventing heavy-footed motorists from driving any faster. Ford's Intelligent Speed Limiter tech will first appear on the new Ford S-Max that's launching in Europe that could just change the way that we drive.

Living in Google's brave new world

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 03/25/2015 - 18:31

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Kalifornia (PNN) - March 22, 2015 - There are 48,000 Google searches every second. That translates to 3.5 billion per day, and 1.2 trillion per year worldwide. That's twice as many as there were just six years ago. Every six out of 10searches on the Internet are through Google's engine.

Spotting and shutting down government paid trolls and shills on social media

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 03/25/2015 - 18:27

March 20, 2015 - Social media, public video platforms, and alternative news websites are under a massive multi-pronged attack as evidenced by the new "net neutrality" bill, the fact that government agencies have been given the power to “flag” YouTube videos in order to have them taken down, and revelations by whistleblower Edward Snowden that these agencies are attempting to control, infiltrate, manipulate, and warp online discourse," using paid government trolls to visit forums, comment sections and social media platforms.

A clever way to tell which of your emails are being tracked

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 03/25/2015 - 18:20

SAN FRANCISCO, Kalifornia (PNN) - March 20, 2015 - While you’ve likely never heard of companies like Yesware, Bananatag, and Streak, they almost certainly know a good deal about you. Specifically, they know when you’ve opened an email sent by one of their clients, where you are, what sort of device you’re using, and whether you’ve clicked a link - all without your awareness or consent.

Solar powered membrane separates water into hydrogen and oxygen without exploding

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 03/18/2015 - 18:44

LOS ANGELES, Kalifornia (PNN) - March 17, 2015 - Hydrogen powered cars are slowly accelerating in popularity with boosts from infrastructure development and car manufacturers. But getting eco-friendly hydrogen is still a bit of a challenge. Right now, a lot of hydrogen is produced through mixing steam and natural gas. An alternative to using natural gas is electrolysis, using an electric current to pull apart the oxygen and hydrogen in water, but current methods use way too much energy to make it worth it. Scientists around the country are working on making the process simpler, using AAA batteries, chemical reactions and other methods to make hydrogen a greener choice.

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