• Largest DDoS Attack in History
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    A few weeks ago, on September 13th, a record breaking DDoS (distributed denial of service) attack began. The attack was against the site KrebsOnSecurity, a site run by internet activist and independent reporter, Brian Krebs. It was likely in retaliation against a report he published on vDOS, a for hire botnet (a network of devices […]

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  • The Last Stand
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    On Tuesday, Senator Cruz decided to opt out of the Republican Primary race. This occurred after Donald Trump’s decisive win in Indiana. Cruz in his farewell speech stated, “I said I would continue on as long as there was a viable pass to victory. It appears that path has been foreclosed.” Cruz only had half […]

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  • Money Talks, and So Do The American People
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    As the battle for the Democratic nomination in the 2016 presidential election continues, Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton have received around equal fundraising for their campaigns thus far, with Bernie just edging Hillary out. As of March 31st, Hillary Clinton has raised $182.2 million, and Bernie Sanders has raised $182.9 million. This may not seem […]

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  • Stepping Toward a More Progressive America
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    The legalization of gay marriage and, in some states, marijuana, have marked an era of progressiveness in America. However we are still lacking in one aspect of great desire within the liberal population: further practice of affirmative action as well as greater recognition of women and minorities at a national level. This concept does not […]

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  • Clinton and Consistency: That sounds odd, no?
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    Hillary Clinton is a candidate who has been often criticized for flip-flopping on positions. From her long history in politics, critics have dug deep into old speeches, votes, and interviews to demonstrate just how inconsistent she has been on certain issues. One issue that sticks out is LGBT affairs, which she has flip-flopped her position […]

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  • Superdelegates Or Super-Corruption?
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    Something that is mentioned regularly by Republican frontrunner Donald Trump is that the primaries are corrupt. Is he just upset because he has lost? I would argue that is the case, because nobody likes to lose. On the other hand, Trump might have a point. For the longest time now it seems that both Trump […]

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  • Panama Papers: Just Who Is Involved?
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    The Panama Papers is one of the largest scandals to have a global presence. If you are not aware of what the Panama Papers are, they are a set of over eleven million documents leaked belonging to Mossack Fonseca, a company that, for all intents and purposes, helps the incredibly wealthy hide their wealth offshore. […]

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  • Is The Roman Catholic Church Becoming More Progressive?
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      A 256-page “apostolic exhortation” called the “Amoris Laetitia” or “The Joy of Love” has been released by Pope Francis that changes its approach and views on the concept of divorce within the Roman Catholic Church. He also urged priests around the world to be more accepting of gays and lesbians and other people living […]

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  • Bernie in the Vatican – The Wrong Move?
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    Bernie Sanders has received, according to the Sanders campaign, an invitation to visit the Vatican City on April 15th, which he accepted. He will be attending a conference on social, economic and environmental issues. It is not certain if Sanders will meet the Pope as of now. The group he will be meeting with is […]

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