• We completely made this story up! ...

    8 Nov 2016
    by : reasontopia

    The $100,000 Clinton Foundation lie told by us. NOTE: Yesterday, we published a fabricated story on an alleged scandal involving the Clinton Foundation wiring $100000 to the Attorney General’s daughter. It was completely made up, but it didn’t matter to anyone who engaged the article. In 24 hours, we had over 1,500 engagements on Facebook alone. Election Day is here


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    BUSTED: Clinton Foundation Wired $100,000 to Attorney General ...

    6 Nov 2016
    by : reasontopia

    With just 3 days to go to the November 8th U.S Presidential Election, a shocking new twist revealed just hours ago proves to be a complete game changer. James Comey, the director of the FBI has published a statement indicating that the Clinton Foundation wired $100000 to Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s daughter, Kia Absalom. In email correspondence obtained by Wikileaks,


    Leaked Video Review of the iPhone 6 – 4.7″ ...

    9 Sep 2014
    by : reasontopia

      Hi Everyone.. this is a video review of a leaked iPhone 6.  It is voiced over in English.  Enjoy! Who is getting line line for the new iPhone 6?  


    Potential Uses for Bitcoin ...

    14 Mar 2014
    by : Igor Derysh

    Few people fully understand how using Bitcoin works but even fewer realize the potential of the network on which Bitcoin is built. Outside of simply using bitcoins as an alternative currency, the Bitcoin network provides a global “ledger” that is verified by independent bitcoin miners to create a permanent record of transactions. The network on which Bitcoin is built actually


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    Understanding BitCoin Exchanges ...

    6 Mar 2014
    by : Igor Derysh

    On the heels of Mt. Gox, one of the world’s largest BitCoin exchanges, filing for bankruptcy after hackers stole nearly $500 million in bitcoins from their system, many are questioning the viability of the virtual currency. Some are even dubbing the Mt. Gox collapse as the beginning of the end for BitCoin. First, it’s important to remember that it wasn’t


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    Bitcoin 101: The Non-Geek Guide to Bitcoin ...

    1 Mar 2014
    by : reasontopia

    With bitcoin in all of the major news outlets lately, many people are asking “what are these things called bitcoins?”  The purpose of this article is to give you a very basic introduction to bitcoin, without getting super geeky.  Enjoy! What is Bitcoin? Bitcoin is an open source peer-to-peer payment system. The system uses bitcoins, with a lower case b,


    Fact Checking Media Misinformation About Obamacare Premiums ...

    29 Oct 2013
    by : Igor Derysh

    Over the past two weeks, the news has put out a lot of anecdotal evidence about rising premiums and lost healthcare plans. As per usual, the television talking heads have cherry picked stats that support their narrow narrative while ignoring the big picture. Was Obama unable to come through on his promise to let everyone keep their health plan? Yes,


    NYC: Allegations of Communism in a City With Richest Rich, Poor ...

    25 Sep 2013
    by : Igor Derysh

    The New York City mayoral race has just begun and Republican nominee Joe Lhota, down a whopping 43 percent in the polls, has already resorted to the tried-and-true conservative strategy of throwing out communism allegations against Democratic nominee Bill de Blasio. Right, any candidate who wants to raise taxes on the rich to take some of the burden off the


    There Will Always Be Poor People ...

    23 Sep 2013
    by : Igor Derysh

    By Vikrant Sharma “There will always be poor people in the land. Therefore I command you to be openhanded toward your fellow Israelites who are poor and needy in your land.”  – Deuteronomy 15:11 Yes folks, there will ALWAYS be poor people.  We know, the right seems to think the poor are poor because they are lazy or addicted to


    Embarrassingly Low Minimum Wages vs. Obnoxiously High Demands ...

    11 Sep 2013
    by : Igor Derysh

    As the strikes and protests continue to call for a higher minimum wage, absolutely nothing has been done on the political level to push forth actual legislation that would make that happen. Another movement intent on fighting for the working man against the money-grubbing corporate machine, another failure like Wal-Mart Unionization and Occupy Wall Street before them. Let’s be honest


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