Monday, November 24, 2014

West Florissant Ferguson Street Feed

Tonight was the Michael Brown verdict. Grand Jury found the cop not guilty.

Watching a live street side scene of Ferguson broadcast by civilian reporter Heather Demian. Here's her channel on U Stream

Link provided by Drudge.  As of 10:01pm, 484,600 other viewers are watching along with me.

Heather pans on a huge force of cops on the other side of town, at least a mile away from heavy looting. She keeps bringing up how the same thing happened on August 10 2014. The cops ignored the looting and instead occupied themselves with a few peaceful demonstrators.

Heather lives in St. Charles, about 12 miles from Ferguson.

"Just keep focused on the few demonstrators, ignore the hundreds of looters a few blocks away." Heather.

Many of the locals Heather interacts with are convinced that the looters have been paid / recruited to be there. And that Law Enforcement

9:57pm - "Supposedly the National Guard is coming out." - Heather's guy friend.

9:58pm - "Ferguson reports officer shot. I'm not sure, it's just what I'm hearing."

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Lois Lerner IRS Emails Found

Independent Washington reporter Bill Still explains the recent WSJ story how Treasury department inspectors just found 30,000+ Lois Lerner e-mails from back-up tapes. The Wall Street Journal broke this story on Nov. 21, 2014. Watch Bill's report here:

Monday, March 3, 2014

How to hide your Facebook likes

Original Article; Lifehacker

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Got a few likes on Facebook you wish your friends couldn't see? Here's how to hide them from your friends' view, without missing out on those pages' updates in your news feed.

When you like a movie, music artist, or other page on Facebook, you get to keep up with all the latest goings-on of that page: upcoming concerts, DVD releases, or other handy stuff like that. 

However, if some of your Facebook likes are a bit on the "guilty pleasure" side, you may want to hide them from other people. Unfortunately, Facebook doesn't let you hide individual likes from your "About" page—but it will let you hide whole categories.

Luckily, there are enough categories that you probably don't use a few of them. So, to hide your embarrassing likes, here's what you need to do:
  1. Go to the Likes page of your profile and click Edit.
  2. Remove your embarrassing like from its category by hovering over it and clicking the "X" that shows up.
  3. Scroll down to one of the other categories that you don't use—like "Sports Teams," "Video Games," or "Inspirational People"—and change its privacy setting to "Only Me."
  4. Next, add your embarrassing likes to that category. Even if they don't fit—say, adding Taylor Swift to Sports Teams—Facebook will still let you add them there.
  5. Click the "Done Editing" button at the top of your page and continue using Facebook as normal.
You'll still see that page under all your Likes, but your friends won't. You'll still be able to get that page's useful updates without your friends ever knowing. Check out the video above to see this little workaround in action.

I realize the recent FB articles are a far cry from what we set this blog out to be, but we are appealing to the masses. I can't say I'm proud, but check out our past content! I'm very proud of that. And check back as well for future breaking news chronicling the moral and political decay of our Country!

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Black Pastors Call to Impeach Eric Holder

The Coalition of African American Pastors, a group of conservative, black men of the cloth, say Eric Holder ought to be impeached for his stance on gay marriage laws.

Read Story Here

At least this group is made of Blacks, so the race card cannot be played. Can you guess how the media silence this group? I'm betting it will take no more than the media repeating that this is a crazy group of conservative men. That's it.  

Sunday, January 12, 2014

Who Has Viewed My Facebook Profile?

There are no programs or apps that simply show you who has visited your Facebook page. BUT, the method below is an easy round-a-bout way to see who has viewed your Facebook profile.

Follow the 7 steps in bold below to learn how to see what profiles are viewing your profile. Hopefully one of them will be that co-worker you dream about. :-) Thanks to WikiHow for this great information.

1. Understand this trick. This trick will give you insight into who views your profile, but Facebook isn't confirming exactly who they are. This list that Facebook keeps is determined by a lot of different factors: who comments on your posts, who you message frequently, AND who looks at your Facebook the most often (among other things).

    You'll have to learn how to interpret the list that this trick gives you. For example, look out for people showing up towards the top of the list who you know you don't message and you don't comment on their stuff. If someone you never interact with shows up pretty high on your list, you'll know it's because they're looking at your page.

2. Open your web browser. You will need one which allows you to view the source code for a website.

3. Navigate to your profile/timeline.

4. View the source code. In Google Chrome, you can simply right click the background and choose "View page source". Other browsers usually have this option under the "View" menu.

5. Use the webpage search function. In Chrome and Firefox, click Control/Command+F to open the search box. This will search all of the text on any given page for the term you type in. You will want to search for "Friendslist" or "InitialChatFriendsList".

6. Look up the individual profiles. The numbers which immediately follow are the identification numbers of the profiles of your friends. You will see a string of numbers, each set in quotations and followed by a -2 or a -3, and so on. Copy the string without the - and the final number. Paste this after the ".com/" when looking at the main Facebook page. This will bring up the profile so you know who it belongs to.

 The profiles in the list are listed in order by who visits your timeline most recently.

7. Look up a specific profile. You can also see where a specific profile falls in this list, but you will need that person's Facebook user id number. This can be difficult. Search their id number on your timeline and check where it comes up in the Friendslist to see how often they view your page.

    The simplest way to find the user id is to view a picture that they uploaded. You will see a series of numbers in the address at the top. One of those strings will be the user id. You will have to simply test until you find it. The user ids are often about 9 digits long, but it varies depending on when you signed up.

That's it. As with anything in life, you get out of this what you put into it. Spend a few minutes viewing source code and analyzing the data, and who knows, maybe that co-worker you dream about has been dreaming about you.

"There’s no shortcut to any place worth going."
- Beverly Sills

Saturday, January 11, 2014

What is the Dark Net? How to Surf the Dark Net

January 11, 2014

The NSA openly admits they collect and store every data bit, keystroke and voice call from every American in the United States. We know the IRS is an arm our politicians use to punish American's who want to upset the power structure (read Tea Party). How are fiscal conservative Americans and whistle blowers supposed to defend our Constitution of the United States?

Enter Dark Net... An anonymous internet, many experts say is larger than the traditional World Wide Web. Thanks to Ask The Computer Guy for the incredible article and directions below.

Step 1

To access Dark Net, go to the Tor project website and download the Tor Browser Bundle below. This bundle is just a zip file that contains all you need to use Tor. There is no installation to go through, so you can save it to a USB key to carry around. It also contains a secure portable FireFox browser as well as the connection application necessary to create the secure tunnels.

Unzip the file you have downloaded.
(the icon you see will likely be different)

Open the extracted folder

Double Click the “Start Tor Browser” icon to get started.

Vidalia Control Panel opens up and starts a secured connection to the Tor network. Once the connection is active, the secure Firefox browser will open up automatically.

You are now Connected to the Tor network. From here you can surf the real internet anonymously or you can dive in the Dark Net and surf hidden servers.

How do you find hidden servers and sites you probably should not be going to?

To get you started, below is the link for the Hidden Wiki. This is where most people start their journey.


Notice the .com is .onion. You must be using your Tor enabled browser for this link to work. Enter this address and after a moment (Dark Net is slow) you will get a page like this one with categories of links.

Welcome to the Dark Net

You are now Connected to the Tor network. From here you can surf the real internet anonymously or you can dive in the Dark Net and surf hidden servers. - See more at:!prettyPhoto
To access Dark Net, you need to download and install Tor on your computer. If you do not know what Dark Net is, please read our Dark Net 101article. Below here is how set up Tor and browse Dark Net on Windows 7. - See more at:!prettyPhoto
download the Tor Browser Bundle.
2. Use the Tor browser to view Dark Net's Wiki page here
3. Read the Wiki and learn all you can. 
3. Remember, what has been seen cannot be unseen. Do so at your own risk.