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DETECTIVE MOXLEY, Part 13: “Crosses to Bear”

Thursday, March 26, 2015
By Phil Elmore
DETECTIVE MOXLEY, Part 13: “Crosses to Bear”

Ben Garrison stood on the third story of a building overlooking the Capitol tech ghetto. The building had been partially razed, leaving three levels of ruin that retained just enough structure to provide cover for his snipers. The snipers had already left their positions, however. The raid on the illegal surgical facility — which... »

Technocracy: Will the Left gain control of every web search?

Wednesday, March 25, 2015
By Phil Elmore

Read my WND “Technocracy” column this week, “Will the Left gain control of every web search?” here in WND News. »

Rules for Resumes

Tuesday, March 24, 2015
By Phil Elmore

A resume exists for a very specific reason, and it isn’t to get you the job. Resumes are not tools for job applicants. They are tools for employers. They exist solely to help an employer eliminate prospective job applicants. It is subsequently through interviews... »


DETECTIVE MOXLEY, Part 12: “I Know A Guy”

Thursday, March 19, 2015
By Phil Elmore
DETECTIVE MOXLEY, Part 12: “I Know A Guy”

“Don’t let it go to your head, kid.” Moxley shook his head as the duty officer handed him a polymer bag full of his personal effects.  He glanced back... »

Technocracy: Laws against Cyberstalking — a good idea?

Thursday, March 19, 2015
By Phil Elmore

My WND Technocracy column this week is about whiny progressives, “cyberstalking,” and the war of ideas online. Read it here in WND News. »

DETECTIVE MOXLEY, Part 11: “Policy”

Friday, March 13, 2015
By Phil Elmore
DETECTIVE MOXLEY, Part 11: “Policy”

The car picked up speed as the thing with Sheb’s face drove them through the entrance to the slideways beneath the Gulf Bridge. The hole in the creature’s abdomen... »