House Votes to Hold Holder in Contempt

The House of Representatives voted to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress over the “Fast and Furious” investigation. The vote was 255-67, with 17 Democrats voting in support of a criminal contempt resolution. Roll Call: “The stage is now set for a protracted court battle over whether the Justice Department can shield […]

Exchange of the Day

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) hastily called a Democratic caucus meeting to discuss the Supreme Court’s health care decision and ran into a longtime friend, Rep. George Miller (D-CA) and they hugged, the Los Angeles Times reports. “What a great victory!” Pelosi said. “You bet your ass,” Miller responded. “I did,” she said, as […]

Flashback of the Day

Bill O’Reilly promised on the March 26th episode of The O’Reilly Factor to replay his interview with Caroline Fredrickson and “apologize for being an idiot” if the Supreme Court ruled in favor of upholding the individual health care mandate. Read more from the original source…

Extra Bonus Quote of the Day

“As president, Mitt will nominate judges in the mold of Chief Justice Roberts…” —, as found by Andrew Sullivan. Read more from the original source…

Organic Gardening To Reduce Government Debt

This past economic downturn has caused many in America to reassess their opinions regarding public assistance programs. After the banks, mortgage companies and investment houses robbed America blind, many people that had never before required public assistance were suddenly searching for financial help with their healthcare, housing, energy and food expenses. However, now that the […]

RIM May Give Up BlackBerry Phone Biz to Stay Alive

Research In Motion could be looking to offload its BlackBerry handset business to survive. The company’s executives are considering selling the handset-manufacturing business or even a stake in the whole company, according to numerous press reports. The company’s options could include divesting the handset division. Another option could be selling a stake to a larger […]

Facebook’s Zynga Plugs Could Sprout Into New Ad Network

Facebook recently started running ads on Zynga’s website, one of several moves the social network has made recently to expand its advertising reach. Some Zynga users now see Facebook’s Sponsored Stories ads, which display certain brands or businesses that those users’ Facebook friends have “liked.” Users log into Zynga with their Facebook accounts, so the […]

Nimble CRM Ties Up All the Loose Social Ends

A year ago, Nimble CRM launched with a simple idea: If one application could bring together a contact’s social media profile, online comments, company information and other relevant data, the sales and marketing process would be much easier. The hardest part — bringing in social media conversations — has also been the most elusive, said […]

The Supply Chain’s Weak Cybersecurity Links

Joel Brenner is the author of America the Vulnerable: Inside the New Threat Matrix of Digital Espionage, Crime and Warfare. He’s also one of the main speakers at The Open Group Conference in Washington, D.C., which begins July 16. Joel is a former senior counsel at the National Security Agency, where he advised on legal […]

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