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Episode 34, “Out with the Garbage”

Friday, August 22, 2014
By Phil Elmore
Episode 34, “Out with the Garbage”

  His fingers dug into the pavement. His hands were cracked and bleeding. He could not feel them. His limbs were numb, his vision blurry. Blood leaked from a dozen half-clotted wounds across his torso. Even past the ringing in his ears, he could hear his own ribs grating together. His legs would not... »

Singham

Thursday, August 21, 2014
By Phil Elmore
Singham

Bajirao Singham’s “style of working” (hang on while I put on my Aviator sunglasses) is not a style, so much, as a mandate, where that mandate is to do whatever the hell you want.  Rohit Shetty’s immensely popular 2011 film, Singham (“Lion”) is a... »

Technocracy: Is Internet Access an “Entitlement?”

Thursday, August 21, 2014
By Phil Elmore

This two-pronged push to get your kids online – commercially, in or out of education, and as a society-wide entitlement – is not coincidental. My WND Technocracy column this week is about the growing move to force Internet access on society as a right... »


Singham Returns

Wednesday, August 20, 2014
By Phil Elmore
Singham Returns

“Singham Returns,” which comes on the heels of 2011′s “Singham,” is not a movie.  Rather, it is an experience, in which director Rohit Shetty’s vision of a tight-panted, tight-shirted,... »

Episode 33, “Project Terminated”

Friday, August 15, 2014
By Phil Elmore
Episode 33, “Project Terminated”

  He’s dead, thought Agent Bridger. He’s dead. Let him be dead. The chopper floated above the cul de sac, gliding in methodical cross-hatches from North to South and... »

Technocracy: Blaming the White Man for Women’s Work Choices

Thursday, August 14, 2014
By Phil Elmore

My WND Technocracy column this week takes on the hysteria over sexism in the tech sector. The “problem” of sexism in the tech sector is wholly one of liberal... »