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  • Modest Obama omits mention of heroic weather modification effort

    Stripes like these Tuesday near Dandridge, Tenn., are not left by coincidence or happenstance. They are part of a federal program called SRM. (Photo Jason Sinard)

    Stripes like these Tuesday near Dandridge, Tenn., are not left by coincidence or happenstance. This agonized sky is part of a federal climate intervention called SRM. (Photo Jason Sinard)

    President Obama says “climate change” is a military imperative, an emergency. That the war against sunlight is vital to national security is evident to anyone in Chattanooga who looks skyward the day he gives a state of the union address. Please read more.

  • Noninflationary payday loans fill gap caused by employers’ scoffing at Bible

    ACE Checks Cashed on Brainerd Road face regulation by Chattanooga city council.

    ACE Checks Cashed on Brainerd Road and other payday lenders face regulation by Chattanooga city council. (Photo Google Maps)

    Payday lenders get a bad rap because they serve a sector of the economy that is buffeted by wayward and dilatory pay schedules by city employers. Please read more.

  • New system promises to bypass TOR, a trap for privacy-minded Web users

    Chattanooga-area programmer John Kozlowski’s secure email service is named after the Russian matryoshka nesting dolls.

    Chattanooga-area programmer John Kozlowski’s secure email service is named after the Russian matryoshka nesting dolls.

    The TOR network allows anonymous online activity. It is a U.S. government-run system, yet millions of users believe it is secure to all users. A Chattanooga-area programmer plans to launch a telecom freeware that defeats the metadata spying that occurs in TOR. Please read more.

  • Freedom assailed in U.S. twilight, but liberty movement grows, II

    (Photo Leon County, Fla., sheriff's department)

    (Photo Leon County, Fla., sheriff’s department)

    “The economic and moral decay of American society is reflected in the loss of liberties. This problem affects all Americans and not just the poor in the inner city. Gradual erosion of personal and economic liberty has proceeded for a century. The loss of our liberty has sharply accelerated since the 9/11 attacks. We have done to ourselves what no foreign enemy could have possibly accomplished.” Please read more.

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