‘Little brother’ surveillance app Citizen, formerly known as Vigilante, is paying users as much as $250 per day to film and comment on crimes in LA and New York. It’s a lot cheaper than the police they might replace.
Debris is becoming a serious problem in space. Sure, we get the mega-rich don’t want us following them to Mars or the Moon, but instead of having an intergalactic d**k-sizing contest, couldn’t they clear up this space junk?
Fans of the first neocon president, known for starting unwinnable wars and turning the world against the US, have long tried to secure him a more favorable place in history. Now they think they have one: Covid-19 vaccine envoy.
Most Americans seem to believe that, while Joe Biden is sitting at the Resolute Desk, he’s not actually doing the job – and it’s not inconceivable to suggest whoever’s calling the shots has their own Oval Office ambitions
Covid-fearing parents may think they’re doing their kids a favor by keeping them inside, masked and encased in a bubble of hand sanitizer. But as humans we need pathogens to function – literally and metaphorically.
The White House is tying itself in knots to silence anyone questioning the mainstream Covid-19 narrative, and, whatever you think of vaccines, its latest plans are only the first step toward making thoughtcrime a reality.
Q: What’s the only pandemic idea worse than sending teams of do-gooding liberal strangers into Middle America to surprise the locals with door-to-door Covid-19 vaccinations? A: Declaring war on the Second Amendment first.
As the US runs out of concrete resources to sell, bankers have had to get clever - whether this means repackaging assets already sold six times over or inventing new ways to cash in on items once considered intangible.
Pulitzer-winning fabulist Nikole Hannah-Jones has joined Howard University’s faculty after accusing the University of North Carolina, which bent over backwards to hire her, of racism, tarnishing journalism (again) in the process.