SunTrust Bank Using Your Money to Fight Against Religious Liberty and for the Gay Agenda

If I played and won the $700 million Power Ball lottery, I would not put my winnings in SunTrust Bank. In fact, I’m in the process of moving my accounts to another bank. Why? Because SunTrust Bank is pushing the same-sex agenda in Georgia. You may remember the story about David and Jason Benham who got booted from HGTV because of pressure from a left-wing pro-homosexual anti-Christian group. The Benham brothers did not lash out. They believed in principle over money. Soon after the old heave-ho, Read more […]

Google, Thamus, And How Smart We Think We Are

A new study indicates that having access to an unlimited amount of information on Google has had a two-fold effect. First, we don’t remember as much as we once needed to. Yet, second, we think we’re more knowledgeable than we actually are or ever were: Browsing the internet for information gives people a “widely inaccurate” view of their own intelligence and could lead to over-confidence when making decisions, experts warn. In a series of experiments, participants who had searched for Read more […]

Google Ramping Up Political Donations

There is no denying it—in our day, corporations are people. That was the argument that protected Hobby Lobby from obeying the contraception mandate of Obamacare. And it’s also the reason why corporations like Google are allowed to give as much as they want to political candidates under free speech laws: Google’s political action committee, NetPAC, has spent more money on political campaigns this year than Goldman [Sachs], at $1.43m, just edging out the $1.4m by the bank that is famous for Read more […]

Google Honors Japanese Go Player On D-Day 70th

Today is the 70th anniversary of the Allied landing on D-Day at Normandy so you’d think that American companies would be looking for any excuse to honor them. Not so for Google, who took this opportunity to honor a famous board game enthusiast instead. It wasn’t the wisest move that Google has ever made… By Blake Neff As people around the world commemorated the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings at Normandy in World War II, search engine giant Google instead decided to draw Read more […]

Google AutoCorrects Man’s Search Query; Government Targets Him In Elaborate Surveillance Campaign

It’s difficult to determine if these accounts are truly accurate, because all we have is one man’s testimony recounted in a lawsuit that he and his lawyer have filed against the feds to the tune of $60 million. However, no part of his account is unbelievable. Knowing what we know about the NSA’s and CIA’s gathering of data on every American citizen and the FBI’s invasive surveillance techniques, it would not at all be surprising to find out the lengths to which these same government Read more […]

Right-Wing Google?

According to an article published in PR Watch, Google is giving “substantial” grants to some high-profile right-wing political groups. Corporations are not required to post details concerning their grants and subsidies, but Google decided in 2010 to start voluntarily posting a selection from their grant budget. The figures are interesting, to say the least.  Some of the names that appear as “significant” benefactors receiving “substantial” funding from Google were Heritage Action Read more […]

Judge Orders Google To Be Evil

A Federal Judge has ordered Google to hand over user information to the FBI in response to the FBI’s warrantless “National Security Letter requests that often also demand the users never be informed that their private information has been given to the Feds. “CNET has learned that U.S. District Judge Susan Illston in San Francisco rejected Google’s request to modify or throw out 19 so-called National Security Letters, a warrantless electronic data-gathering technique used by the FBI that does Read more […]

Do Google Elites Foresee Disaster?

What does this guy know that other owners of Google stock don’t know? From Market Watch: “Google Inc. chairman Eric Schmidt plans to sell up to $2.51 billion of his share in the company, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing late Friday. Schmidt owns 2.3% of Google’s outstanding shares and has 8.2% of the voting power. Under the plan, Schmidt, who owns about 7.6 million shares of Google stock, plans to sell about 3.2 million shares of his Class A stock.” Now, why would Read more […]