Declaration of Independence. The public act by which the Second Continental Congress, on July 4, 1776, declared the Colonies to be free and independent of England. The document embodying it. Declaration. Noun. The act of declaring. Announcement. A positive, explicit, … Continue reading

Using Old Glory in Your Facebook Profile Pic Means You Hate Gay People

Are you a Facebooker? You want to celebrate the Fourth of July on your profile? Well, you may not want to do that. You could be branded a homophobe. Apparently–and I say “apparently” because I’m not a Facebook user at … Continue reading

Proposed ICANN Rule Jeopardizes Privacy of Website Owners

Today, an issue exists that should concern people of all political flavors who use their own websites to express their political views. It’s actually something that could affect the privacy of millions of website owners worldwide, regardless of their level … Continue reading

How Big of a Win Was the Supreme Court Decision on Same-Sex Marriage? Not Very.

It’s been a rough week for the right-of-centers as well as the U.S. Constitution. The Republican-led Congress–the Congress America voted for to get our house back on track–gave Obama what he wanted on his Trans-Pacific trade deal, which his administration … Continue reading