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Monthly archives: November, 2016

My Life In The Blogosphere

One of the first, and last, great bloggers pulled the plug today. View this image › John Gara/BuzzFeed I first really understood the secret power of the early 2000s political blogosphere in February 2005, when Josh Marshall was hot in pursuit of then-Majority Leader Tom DeLay. I was a local politics reporter in New York, …

70 members of Congress to ask Holder to investigate SWAT-ting on Monday

http://twitter.com/#!/ali/status/211246105986469889 Monday, 70-plus members of Congress intend to ask Attorney General Eric Holder to investigate the serial harassment of certain  bloggers known as SWAT-ting. It looks as if efforts to engage lawmakers on this extremely serious issue have not gone unheard. So, 70+ members of Congress Monday will direct the DOJ to investigate #brettkimberlin. I have …

Teen Denied Communion After Marriage Equality Facebook Post

Reverend Gary LaMoine of the Assumption Church in Barnesville, Minn., denied 17-year-old Lennon Cihak the Eucharist rite of Communion after seeing a picture on Facebook of the teen that went against the church’s politics. The image in question, currently inaccessible due to privacy settings, depicted Cihak holding a modified sign in support of an amendment …

Reuters’ Twitter Hacked by Pro-Assad Activists

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s supporters are firing social media bullets alongside real-world bombs. Among their targets: news agency Reuters’ Twitter account. Reuters announced Friday that its blogging platform was hacked and at least two pro-Assad regime stories were posted. Overnight that same day, the hackers got their hands on @ReutersTech, and tweeted propagandist tweets in …
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