I think it was Richard Nixon who coined the phrase "nattering nabobs of negativism." We've got lots of nabobs in the pulpits and well-paid "pro family" leadership seats of America. They're the ones who have mastered the art of fund raising or passing the ...
Law and politics follow culture. It is now time for the frustrated majority culture of Maine to rip out the heart of the lurching "gay" Frankenstein that occupies Augusta. This is much bigger than Maine. This will begin the healing of the West. Since the ...
Good people all over the world are wondering what to do next. I won't even try to speak for all the good people in the world. They all need to do something in response to the rising tyranny in our world. But I'll just speak for me and my house. We will s...
Dr. Paul Church Just four years after Dr. Paul Church started working at Beth Israel hospital in Boston my wife went into labor. We were pregnant with our third child. We were three hours drive from home working at a conference, representing the ministry ...
Read once that liberalism is a mental disorder that actually stems from a spiritual disorder. I truly believe this..
Randy Berry Did you know? It's "gay" pride week in Maine! Oh boy/girl/whatever! Actually, it's not a week. IT'S TEN DAYS!!! That's so much better. More time to celebrate people like Randall Berry. He's Obama's choice to push sodomy on the world. His o...
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California Middle Schools Promote Hindu Religious Practice of Transcende...
Next time you hear about some arch-defender of the a-constitutional “wall” of separation between church and state whose knickers are in a tw
FT interview with Google co-founder and CEO Larry Page - FT.com
Wouldn’t the world be a happier place if 90 per cent of the people with jobs put their feet up instead and left the robots to do the work? W
Google Drive vs iCloud Drive vs Dropbox vs OneDrive - Opinion - Trusted ...
Which cloud storage service is best for you?
Microsoft’s Memo Isn’t News, But Its Plan to Work With Google Certainly ...
All eyes were on the carefully designed—and carefully publicized—corporate memo from new CEO Satya Nadella. But that same morning, Microsoft
Google Adds Android Smartphone And Tablet Screen Mirroring To Chromecast...
Google has released a feature for Chromecast announced at Google I/O this year – Android device screen mirroring. The update today brings th
Sleeping with the Enemy: Google + Microsoft Office | Cloud content from ...
As you might expect, this week's Google I/O conference has triggered a reevaluation of the search giant's many products and services, especi
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Five technologies are converging to transform the retail shopping experience forever. This is big. This isn't Amazon, it's Amazon x100. Very
The Dawn Of Cloud 2.0 And Why Google Started A Price War | TechCrunch
Google recently announced up to 85 percent reduction in pricing for its PaaS and BigQuery services. Soon after, AWS and Microsoft followed s
Google's Bold Plan to Overthrow Amazon as King of the Cloud | Wired Ente...
Much like Amazon and Microsoft, Google has long offered cloud services that let outsiders run software on its infrastructure, so that they n
Boston moves 76K city employees to Google Apps | ZDNet
Summary: Every Boston city employee from police officers to public school teachers now have a Google Apps account.
How Apple and Google Can Destroy Microsoft's Office Business (AAPL, GOOG...
Apple and Google could a big step forward in challenging Microsoft's Office business next year. - Sam Mattera - Tech and Telecom
The biggest threat to Windows: 'People simply don't care about it'
If Windows ever dies out, it will likely go out with a whimper and not with a bang. Windows enthusiast Paul Thurrott worries that the bigges