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'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate

There are 223119 comments on the thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com story from Oct 1, 2010, titled 'Fox News Sunday' to Host Kentucky Senate Debate. In it, thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com reports that:

"Fox News Sunday" is heading to Louisville, Ky. Jack Conway, Kentucky's attorney general and the Democratic candidate for Senate , and Rand Paul, the Republican nominee and son of Representative Ron Paul, Republican of Texas, have agreed to a live debate on "Fox News Sunday" on Oct.3 at 9 a.m. (Eastern time).

Join the discussion below, or Read more at thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com.

Crow

Louisville, KY

#110386 Jul 14, 2013
wtf wrote:
<quoted text>
How old are you, kiddo? What's with the silly "I know I am but what are you" replies? lmao Is that the best you can do?
Neener, neener, neener Mu-hahahahahahaha.
Old enough to have gotten the best of you several times tonight. Heh.

Thanks for playing.
Crow

Louisville, KY

#110387 Jul 14, 2013
Jay wrote:
<quoted text>
*********
Are you that lonely that you have nothing better to do than peat and repeat stupidity? Get yourself checked out for Alzheimers!
You're right, I shouldn't keep repeating your stupidity. You do a fabulous job of that all by yourself. Carry on.
Jay

Springville, TN

#110388 Jul 14, 2013
Crow wrote:
<quoted text>
You're right, I shouldn't keep repeating your stupidity. You do a fabulous job of that all by yourself. Carry on.
*******

You're the one who made a federal case out of one word you ninny. Build, built, bild, bilt...who gives a ratass!

Go to bed, I'm sure you need your beauty sleep.
Jay

Springville, TN

#110389 Jul 14, 2013
The word is ratsass, I can eat Combos Pepperoni Pizza crackers and type back to your nonsense. I don't want crumbs in my keyboard.
OZombies

United States

#110390 Jul 14, 2013
http://www.onecitizenspeaking.com/2013/07/tra...

TRAYVON MARTIN: Pictures media didn't want you to see

(DOJ must have seen this pictures)
Communist China

Hemingway, SC

#110391 Jul 15, 2013
OZombies wrote:
http://www.onecitizenspeaking. com/2013/07/trayvon-martin-the -pictures-the-media-did-not-wa nt-you-to-see.html
TRAYVON MARTIN: Pictures media didn't want you to see
(DOJ must have seen this pictures)
Your stupiidity is overwhelming.

“I was born a poor, black child”

Since: Jan 07

that weren't no easy thing

#110392 Jul 15, 2013
Well, speaking of racism. The Big Brother racism scandal took an all-time high on last night's episode. It got pretty ugly, did anybody see it?

Since: Dec 11

.

#110393 Jul 15, 2013
Crow wrote:
<quoted text>
Floccu and anybody that looks like you!
Why you got to flocc with me?

I think that's almost a whop-sided compliment H. Boo boo!

Since: Dec 11

.

#110394 Jul 15, 2013
The Christian Science Monitor ran a story about Edward Snowden and only seconds after it was posted THE ENTIRE ARTICLE was "edited BLANK"!
I used an old trick I learned from a hacking forum to regain the text:
In a pair of interviews this weekend, a key journalist involved in reporting on Edward Snowden's revelations about US spying activities offered new insights into the data the former National Security Agency contractor has yet to reveal – and what sort of leverage he has to dissuade the US from acting against him.
Glenn Greenwald, a columnist for the Guardian and one of the first to report on Mr. Snowden's information, told the Associated Press over the weekend that the ex-contractor has "literally thousands of documents" that are ‘‘basically the instruction manual for how the NSA is built.’’
‘‘In order to take documents with him that proved that what he was saying was true he had to take ones that included very sensitive, detailed blueprints of how the NSA does what they do,’’ the journalist said Sunday in a Rio de Janeiro hotel room....
Greenwald said he believes the disclosure of the information in the documents would not prove harmful to Americans or their national security, but that Snowden has insisted they not be made public.
‘‘I think it would be harmful to the U.S. government, as they perceive their own interests, if the details of those programs were revealed,’’ he said.
RECOMMENDED: Briefing NSA surveillance 101: What US intelligence agencies are doing, what they know
Snowden is thought still to be in the transit zone of Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport, where he arrived some three weeks ago from Hong Kong and has remained since. On Friday, he attended a meeting with a number of Russian lawyers and human rights officials and announced that he would seek temporary asylum in Russia until he is able to find a secure route to Latin America, where several countries have offered him permanent asylum. Snowden was photographed at the meeting looking thin but healthy.
Mr. Greenwald told AP that Snowden remains "concerned" about his well-being, "but he’s not going to be in any way paralyzed or constrained in what he thinks he can do as a result of that." Greenwald also addressed the measures that Snowden has taken to dissuade those seeking to harm him for his disclosures, including a much rumored "dead man's switch" that would automatically release more sensitive documents should he be incapacitated.
‘‘It’s not just a matter of, if he dies, things get released, it’s more nuanced than that,’’ Greenwald said.‘‘It’s really just a way to protect himself against extremely rogue behavior on the part of the United States, by which I mean violent actions toward him, designed to end his life, and it’s just a way to ensure that nobody feels incentivized to do that.’’
In a separate interview published over the weekend, reports Reuters, Greenwald said that publication of Snowden's data in toto would be the US government's "worst nightmare" – suggesting the import of the unreleased documents.
"Snowden has enough information to cause harm to the U.S. government in a single minute than any other person has ever had," Greenwald said in an interview in Rio de Janeiro with the Argentinian daily La Nacion.
"The U.S. government should be on its knees every day begging that nothing happen to Snowden, because if something does happen to him, all the information will be revealed and it could be its worst nightmare."

Since: Dec 11

.

#110395 Jul 15, 2013
Part 2 :

Greenwald also told the AP that he expects to continue publishing stories on US espionage activities over the next four months. While Snowden has offered to abide by Russian President Vladimir Putin's request that he "stop his work aimed at harming our US partners" in exchange for temporary asylum, Greenwald already has material in hand that he plans to use in future articles.
Upcoming stories would likely include details on ‘‘other domestic spying programs that have yet to be revealed,’’ but which are similar in scope to those he has been reporting on. He did not provide further details on the nature of those programs.

Since: Dec 11

.

#110396 Jul 15, 2013
It appears the "Google" did the censoring!

Here is the link via Google News:

http://www.csmonitor.com/World/terrorism-secu...

Since: Dec 11

.

#110397 Jul 15, 2013
Part I was removed so here is 1 more post!
In a pair of interviews this weekend, a key journalist involved in reporting on Edward Snowden's revelations about US spying activities offered new insights into the data the former National Security Agency contractor has yet to reveal – and what sort of leverage he has to dissuade the US from acting against him.

Glenn Greenwald, a columnist for the Guardian and one of the first to report on Mr. Snowden's information, told the Associated Press over the weekend that the ex-contractor has "literally thousands of documents" that are ‘‘basically the instruction manual for how the NSA is built.’’

‘‘In order to take documents with him that proved that what he was saying was true he had to take ones that included very sensitive, detailed blueprints of how the NSA does what they do,’’ the journalist said Sunday in a Rio de Janeiro hotel room....

Greenwald said he believes the disclosure of the information in the documents would not prove harmful to Americans or their national security, but that Snowden has insisted they not be made public.

‘‘I think it would be harmful to the U.S. government, as they perceive their own interests, if the details of those programs were revealed,’’ he said.

RECOMMENDED: Briefing NSA surveillance 101: What US intelligence agencies are doing, what they know

Snowden is thought still to be in the transit zone of Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport, where he arrived some three weeks ago from Hong Kong and has remained since. On Friday, he attended a meeting with a number of Russian lawyers and human rights officials and announced that he would seek temporary asylum in Russia until he is able to find a secure route to Latin America, where several countries have offered him permanent asylum. Snowden was photographed at the meeting looking thin but healthy.

Mr. Greenwald told AP that Snowden remains "concerned" about his well-being, "but he’s not going to be in any way paralyzed or constrained in what he thinks he can do as a result of that." Greenwald also addressed the measures that Snowden has taken to dissuade those seeking to harm him for his disclosures, including a much rumored "dead man's switch" that would automatically release more sensitive documents should he be incapacitated.

‘‘It’s not just a matter of, if he dies, things get released, it’s more nuanced than that,’’ Greenwald said.‘‘It’s really just a way to protect himself against extremely rogue behavior on the part of the United States, by which I mean violent actions toward him, designed to end his life, and it’s just a way to ensure that nobody feels incentivized to do that.’’

In a separate interview published over the weekend, reports Reuters, Greenwald said that publication of Snowden's data in toto would be the US government's "worst nightmare" – suggesting the import of the unreleased documents.

"Snowden has enough information to cause harm to the U.S. government in a single minute than any other person has ever had," Greenwald said in an interview in Rio de Janeiro with the Argentinian daily La Nacion.

"The U.S. government should be on its knees every day begging that nothing happen to Snowden, because if something does happen to him, all the information will be revealed and it could be its worst nightmare."
Communist China

Hemingway, SC

#110398 Jul 15, 2013
Aristocles son of Ariston wrote:
Part I was removed so here is 1 more post!
In a pair of interviews this weekend, a key journalist involved in reporting on Edward Snowden's revelations about US spying activities offered new insights into the data the former National Security Agency contractor has yet to reveal – and what sort of leverage he has to dissuade the US from acting against him.
Glenn Greenwald, a columnist for the Guardian and one of the first to report on Mr. Snowden's information, told the Associated Press over the weekend that the ex-contractor has "literally thousands of documents" that are ‘‘basically the instruction manual for how the NSA is built.’’
‘‘In order to take documents with him that proved that what he was saying was true he had to take ones that included very sensitive, detailed blueprints of how the NSA does what they do,’’ the journalist said Sunday in a Rio de Janeiro hotel room....
Greenwald said he believes the disclosure of the information in the documents would not prove harmful to Americans or their national security, but that Snowden has insisted they not be made public.
‘‘I think it would be harmful to the U.S. government, as they perceive their own interests, if the details of those programs were revealed,’’ he said.
RECOMMENDED: Briefing NSA surveillance 101: What US intelligence agencies are doing, what they know
Snowden is thought still to be in the transit zone of Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport, where he arrived some three weeks ago from Hong Kong and has remained since. On Friday, he attended a meeting with a number of Russian lawyers and human rights officials and announced that he would seek temporary asylum in Russia until he is able to find a secure route to Latin America, where several countries have offered him permanent asylum. Snowden was photographed at the meeting looking thin but healthy.
Mr. Greenwald told AP that Snowden remains "concerned" about his well-being, "but he’s not going to be in any way paralyzed or constrained in what he thinks he can do as a result of that." Greenwald also addressed the measures that Snowden has taken to dissuade those seeking to harm him for his disclosures, including a much rumored "dead man's switch" that would automatically release more sensitive documents should he be incapacitated.
‘‘It’s not just a matter of, if he dies, things get released, it’s more nuanced than that,’’ Greenwald said.‘‘It’s really just a way to protect himself against extremely rogue behavior on the part of the United States, by which I mean violent actions toward him, designed to end his life, and it’s just a way to ensure that nobody feels incentivized to do that.’’
In a separate interview published over the weekend, reports Reuters, Greenwald said that publication of Snowden's data in toto would be the US government's "worst nightmare" – suggesting the import of the unreleased documents.
"Snowden has enough information to cause harm to the U.S. government in a single minute than any other person has ever had," Greenwald said in an interview in Rio de Janeiro with the Argentinian daily La Nacion.
"The U.S. government should be on its knees every day begging that nothing happen to Snowden, because if something does happen to him, all the information will be revealed and it could be its worst nightmare."
Run along little pretender boy.

Since: Dec 11

.

#110399 Jul 15, 2013
Okay someone is playing with "edit mode"/Admin Ctrl at the Ngnx server room...I PUT IT BACK!
and in the correct sequence!

I don't see what is so scary about the article, unless it's that people have realized what Obama and holder have done to Americas privacy laws.

Google can take away my Developer goodies, I don't give a rats ASS!

My HD is encrypted, I change my password at random, and If I don't log in within (xx) hrs it all goes black!

Sure its a little paranoid, having seen what I have in the last two years from major players in the IT world, it's only a medium security contingency .

Since: Dec 11

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#110400 Jul 15, 2013
Communist China wrote:
<quoted text>Run along little pretender boy.
It's over your head bean sprout, one day you may grow tall enough to reach it...one day...maybe?

When I grow up {John Leguizamo}

Communist China

Hemingway, SC

#110401 Jul 15, 2013
Aristocles son of Ariston wrote:
Okay someone is playing with "edit mode"/Admin Ctrl at the Ngnx server room...I PUT IT BACK!
and in the correct sequence!
I don't see what is so scary about the article, unless it's that people have realized what Obama and holder have done to Americas privacy laws.
Google can take away my Developer goodies, I don't give a rats ASS!
My HD is encrypted, I change my password at random, and If I don't log in within (xx) hrs it all goes black!
Sure its a little paranoid, having seen what I have in the last two years from major players in the IT world, it's only a medium security contingency .
Uhhh Bush passed the Patriot Act Stupid.

Since: Dec 11

.

#110402 Jul 15, 2013
Communist China wrote:
<quoted text>Uhhh Bush passed the Patriot Act Stupid.
Americans elected Bush.
Bush never passed anything he didn't eat.
Congress and the Senate passed the Patriot Act.
G. Dubbya Bush "signed it into law", you ignoranimous!
Crow

Charlestown, IN

#110403 Jul 15, 2013
Aristocles son of Ariston wrote:
<quoted text>
Why you got to flocc with me?
I think that's almost a whop-sided compliment H. Boo boo!
Almost being the key word there, Biscuit ;) tofy sure came up with a great word.

Re the CSM/Snowden thing - do you think he really has anything that would have the US "on their knees"? If he did, the Russians have it by now. I can't see them letting him basically become an airport vagrant just out of the kindness of their hearts, y'know? They're just playing along at this point to needle the US.
whitehair

Fort Thomas, KY

#110404 Jul 15, 2013
Thank you ARI! WND has an article about the new overpass advertisers wanting Obama impeached. We can only wish!

Since: Dec 11

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#110405 Jul 15, 2013
Crow wrote:
<quoted text>
Almost being the key word there, Biscuit ;) tofy sure came up with a great word.
Re the CSM/Snowden thing - do you think he really has anything that would have the US "on their knees"? If he did, the Russians have it by now. I can't see them letting him basically become an airport vagrant just out of the kindness of their hearts, y'know? They're just playing along at this point to needle the US.
It's all posturing, while Obama whispered in Putins ear...Putin gave Obama the "secret Hand-shake", but it wasn't his hand he was shakin'! If Snowden steps out of the imaginary circle...there will be no more jerkin'. Julian Assange detests mercenaries; but they will be the only force able to extract Snowden (not by force but by stealth). They have tested the waters several times and each time someone in Russia gave away the alleged get way plans.
Using such a simple system to track Americas Most Wanted?
tracking site Flightradar24 Really?
They can remotely activate his GPS located in his devices when he powers them up or charges them.

http://www.ibtimes.com/relax-internet-nsa-lea...

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