Big Brother has arrived – and it’s you. Investigate the lives of citizens to find those responsible for a series of terror attacks. Information from the internet, personal communications and private files are all accessible to you. But, be warned, the information you supply will have consequences… Orwell is a new governmental security program that has the power to survey the online presence of every person in The Nation. It can monitor all personal communications and access any computer. To p…
I’ve never thought we didn’t need to protect our orbital assets, but making a whole new branch of the military to handle it seems excessive to me. I’m still on the fence for the whole issue though, i can see this going spectacularly poorly for the US, but I could see it going the right way too.
The business is getting real interesting now that there’s major money involved, I think we can pretty much guarantee a lift of the federal ban on recreational weed usage in the next 5-10 years, no matter who’s in charge.
Saturday Night Live has never been shy about launching attacks on former host Donald Trump, filling its programming over the last few years with swipes against the current president that rangeÂ all the way from tepid to “mildly cutting.” One of the best, though, wasn’t aimed at Trump himself—because it’s depressingly difficult to effectively make fun of a clown—but at his daughter Ivanka, the closest thing the current administration has to a fresh, socially acceptable face. SNL’s writers took aim at Ivanka’s extremely relative position as the “good Trump” in a commercial parody that ran back in March 2017, a pleasantly mean-spirited bit of satire called “Complicit.” And apparently, Ivanka herself would not stop complaining about it, which is, frankly, as hilarious as anything in the ad itself.