Joshua Liner Gallery is pleased to present Hallucinatory Enhancements, an exhibition of new work from Kansas-based artist Kris Kuksi. This will be Kuksi’s sixth exhibition, and largest exhibition of the artist to…
China to Implement Widespread Facial Recognition Database in Effort to Surpass the US as the World’s Leader in Dystopian Nightmare Technology
Just two short years ago at a biometrics conference in London, a senior-level technologist at the FBI poo-pooed the idea of implementing a massive facial recognition database upon the American people. Not…
As Hurricane Harvey approached the Gulf Coast last week some of my friends in North Texas—accustomed to August temperatures in excess of 100 degrees—reported to me that they were enjoying unseasonably cool…
If you’ve ever marveled at how unbelievably expensive it is for government to function, Charles Marohn at smalltowns.org has a sophisticated explanation for why the taxpayer is systemically screwed 7 ways to…
On 27th January 2015, then Mayor of London Boris Johnson signed an order increasing the data collection capability of the Metropolitan Police Service’s (MPS) number plate camera network by 300%. He achieved this without adding any cameras.
If we’d like government to catch up sooner rather than later, the solution is not to activate the other side’s lizard brain with fiery arguments and ridicule; the solution is to play to our strengths by moving the ship forward.
A lot of U.S citizens are now talking about leaving the country. Canada, Europe and New Zealand are popular scenarios. Moving abroad might be an individual solution. But the social solution is…
Hillary’s vampirism would moreover release her from the burden of most public appearances, freeing up time to actually govern. She wouldn’t need to posture in front of the debris of fallen buildings
We know virtually nothing about this artist, A. FIORILLO. Urban legend has it that the artist, who was obviously engaged in art making as a form of social activism, lived in Manhattan in the 1960’s through the early 1980’s.
For almost a decade UK police have been operating a vehicle mass surveillance system that stores the details of vehicle movements in a centralised police database for at least two years
These inaccurate statements are either intentional lies meant to mislead the public or they are evidence that the people who are supposed to be in charge of oversight do not know what they are supposed to be overseeing.
An Indiana state trooper faces a second lawsuit for proselytizing while on the job. Two different women have claimed that the officer pulled them over and began questioning them about their faith.
In a study by ECONorthwest, data from BLM visits in 12 states was compared with spending in local areas to find how much recreational visits on BLM land has boosted local and regional economies.
“US elections got poor grades because experts expressed concern about the quality of the electoral laws, voter registration, the process of drawing district boundaries as well as regulation of campaign finance.”
Perhaps only his sense of humor and of irony can save him when he hears the most powerful nation of the world speaking of aggression as it drops thousands of bombs on a poor, weak nation more than eight thousand miles away from its shores.
The World Happiness Report was released today, just before World Happiness Day which falls on March 20. The report was based on responses to the Gallup World Poll. By polling approximately 3,000 people in 157 countries..
“I don’t care what his actual positions are. I don’t care if he says the wrong thing. He says what’s on his mind. He gives honest answers rather than prepared answers. This is more important than anything any candidate has done in years.”
S.B. 1118 will be heard on the floor of the Oklahoma State Senate today, a bill which would criminalize abortion to first degree murder.
Atheist Congressman Juan Mendez gave an invocation at the Arizona State House of Representatives on Thursday that quite upset many of his colleagues for it’s significant lack of God.
I really, really, really didn’t want to talk about Donald Trump. I was going to write about the Houston debate, which was one hell of an ugly scene in which moderators begged the candidates in vain for some kind of order and sanity
The Atheist group the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) filed a federal lawsuit today against Texas Governor Greg Abbott for his forced removal of their holiday display, which depicted the founding fathers surrounding the Bill of Rights.
The CIA has had to adapt recently to the ever-changing field of social media and over-sharing. By setting strict policies for new hires, the intelligence agency has crossed into the social media realm and is there to stay.
First, a lot happened for the Democrats after the previous debate. Bernie Sanders was always expected to win in New Hampshire, but few foresaw Hillary Clinton suffering what NPR called a “blowout loss”.
Pope Francis visited Mexico this week, saying a mass at the border and calling for empathy and mercy for all immigrants fleeing violence and poverty.
In an effort to safeguard their customers’ privacy, Apple has refused to lend their assistance to the FBI in their investigation into the San Bernardino shooters. The FBI requested Apple create a software that would undermine the passcode installed on the shooter’s iPhone.