The Southern Poverty Law Center recently wrote an article published in their “Hatewatch” blog entitled “Antigovernment ‘Patriots’ Gather Near Scene of Nevada Rancher’s Dispute Over Cattle Grazing Rights“. The article is characteristic of this organization which makes a living by agitating situations with disinformation - attempting to foster hate for profit.
In the article, the SPLC attempts to associate Cliven Bundy, his family and supporters with anti-government freeloaders ‘illegally’ grazing cattle on government property. Instead of analyzing the information from the perspective of objectivity, the SPLC immediately begins with factually false agenda positioning accusations - identifying the article as a polarizing hit-piece against Americans supporting the Constitution, Common Law Property Rights and States Rights.
The 40th Annual Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach has roared to a close with a spectacular finish as Mike Conway takes the checkered flag for his second victory on the streets of Long Beach.
The race Sunday April 13, 2014 was the crowning event in a week filled with city-wide festivities. Wednesday the Roar in the Shore got things kicked off as East Long Beach and Belmont Shores got involved yet again by hosting motorcycle stunts, classic car shows, racing cars on display, music and food.
If you haven’t yet heard, a massive vulnerability in a key piece of security software was announced this week. Researchers call it the Heartbleed bug.
Simply put, it is not your fault. Web servers at banks, airlines, and shopping sites use a type of encryption called Secure Sockets Layer or SSL. Your browser will display a lock icon in the address bar and maybe even change colors to green demonstrating you have a secure connection. Many websites use a piece of Open Source software, meaning nobody owns it and everyone can see the code, called OpenSSL.