WJS: United Nations Could Take Control Of The Internet

The Drudge Report is linking to a story on the Wall Street Journal, claiming that the United Nations could be in a position to take control of the internet, and change it forever, as we now know it.

Americans for Limited Government received a response to its Freedom of Information Act request for “all records relating to legal and policy analysis . . . concerning antitrust issues for the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers” if the U.S. gives up oversight. The administration replied it had “conducted a thorough search for responsive records within its possession and control and found no records responsive to your request.”

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When the Obama administration announced its plan to give up U.S. protection of the internet, it promised the United Nations would never take control. But because of the administration’s naiveté or arrogance, U.N. control is the likely result if the U.S. gives up internet stewardship as planned at midnight on Sept. 30. Continue reading

Guy Fieri’s American Kitchen Restaurant Website HACKED?

This can’t be real… Or can it? Most already know that Guy Fieri’s American Kitchen and Bar, located in Times Square, is kinda a joke — but are you kidding me? “Guy’s Big Balls?” With, “Signature cream sauce” YUCK! I would say that Guy has definitely been the victim of a hacking. Here’s the menu as posted on the restaurant’s website! GuysAmericanKitchenAndBar.com.

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Taylor Swift Turns 22- Will Her Music Mature Too?

Taylor Swift turns 22 years old today, and it’s safe to say that she’s had an amazing and unforgettable career since the last few years.

Swift prides herself on her original lyrics, and she’s quite thankful that her record label allows this sort of freedom.

Swift has been singing about her curiosity of love, experiencing her first love, experiencing heartbreak, and now that she’s 22, will her lyrics and music mature too?

Swift is very likable, commercial, relatable and some would say she’s a G-rated artist, but how long will that last? She could produce this kind of music forever, or she could pull a Madonna or Cher on her fans, and try something new. Will she break her boundaries and branch out into new territories? Or will Swift keep her swift and gentle sound?