Again: Muslims target Pyramids … and us

by Phil Elmore -- Here we go again. News outlets such as UPI are once again reporting that Muslim zealots want to destroy the Pyramids. According to the UPI story, a Salafist more…

50% of Americans are malicious zombies

by Phil Elmore -- They are mindless. They are ravenous. They are innumerable. They shamble in great hordes, always a mob, moving ever in lock step with those to either side and more…

Defy the party of fraud and force

by Phil Elmore -- Next week's election will feature rampant voter fraud on the part of the Democrats. Already, early voting in North Carolina has uncovered machines that logged double votes for more…

Switcheroo: Obama voters
jumping ship for Romney?

by Phil Elmore -- Recent reports that Mitt Romney has lessened or eliminated the so-called "gender gap" among female voters, which once so favored Barack Obama, has prompted renewed speculation that more more…

Telling the truth … for a price

by Phil Elmore -- It's called the "Ripoff Report." It purports to be a consumer advocacy website, where anyone aged 14 or older may file a completely uncorroborated, unsubstantiated report alleging anything more…

E-books even win over bibliophiles

by Phil Elmore -- Ask any ardent bibliophile. It's the books. Books two and three rows deep on every bookshelf. Books stacked on their faces in spires and columns. Books packed away more…

Virtual world cashing in on currency

by Phil Elmore -- The virtual world now is cashing in, to the tune of up to $500,000 daily, on online transactions, even though there remains a "legal gray area" about Bitcoin. more…

Should your teen expect Internet privacy?

by Phil Elmore -- The mother of three who reached out to Technocracy had an interesting dilemma. Her teenage son wanted more "privacy" on the Internet. In his father's presence he was more…

Alarm sounded over Google 'stranglehold'

by Phil Elmore -- Google has been described as having a "stranglehold" on the search engine market, which theoretically could make or break anyone on the Web. So does it? "Google definitely more…