Per the Daily Caller’s Mike Bastasch, a professor at Oxford University said that climate change does not lead to conflict and war. Instead, Clionadh Raleigh said that it actually leads to cooperation: Clionadh Raleigh, a political geography professor at the University of Sussex, recently gave an hour-long talk at Oxford University, where she laid out […]
ZeniMax Media has already won one judgment against Facebook-owned Oculus, here's the story of the lawsuit and its impact on virtual reality. The post Virtual Insanity: Copyright and the Future of VR appeared first on Plagiarism Toda...
EU Parliament approves content portability rules, ExtraTorrent closes its doors for good and Disney refuses to pay Pirates of the Caribbean hackers. The post 3 Count: Portable Content appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
I was set to write an in-depth analysis and assessment on the entire fiasco that is the Army PVT Bradley Manning case. It’s beyond absurd that Manning is being considered for active duty and full healthcare benefits. Manning is a felon who shared mass amounts – like over 700,000 classified documents that led to the […]
Today, the use of anonymous sources has accelerated, and the “sources” being used against President Donald Trump are now openly acknowledged as coming from U.S. intelligence agencies such as the FBI, CIA and NSA.
Left-wing filmmaker Michael Moore will be getting his own non-fiction television series this fall on TNT, which is owned by Turner Broadcasting, a division of cable giant Time Warner. The show, Michael Moore Live From The Apocalypse, will combine Moore’s comedic satire with his documentary style filmmaking, and focus on DC politics, Wall Street and the 1% […]
Beijing trades promises to help for U.S. acceptance of its Western Pacific hegemony The provocative actions by North Korea over the past three months since President Trump took office should not come as a surprise. In his campaign for...Show More Summary
I've been asked a lot of plagiarism questions over the years, but there's one that stands out as the worst and least useful. The post The Plagiarism Question I Hate the Most appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
ZeniMax sues Samsung over Gear VR, Take-Two argues tattoos in sports games are de minimis and sports broadcaster gets pre-piracy injunctions. The post 3 Count: Tattoo Removal appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
FilmOn settles its dispute with the networks, Conan O'Brien may have to face joke theft lawsuit in court and Rugby clips lead to a battle down under. The post 3 Count: FilmOn, FilmOut appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
The Muslim Brotherhood operates a nationwide network of Islamic organizations actively working to subvert America and establish an Islamic State governed by Sharia law, former FBI agent John Guandolo explained during an interview onShow More Summary
Former President Barack Obama lauded his own “political courage” to not bomb the Syrian government during his presidency. Huh? He shared his view on not bombing Syria in recent remarks when accepting an award named after President John F. Kennedy: Well, the hardest issue that I dealt with was always sending our young men and […]
Hillary Clinton formed a resistance group called ‘Onward Together,’ echoing her 2016 failed presidential campaign slogan, ‘Stronger Together.’ After making several public comments critical of her opponent, President Donald Trump, she has decided to remain in the political arena by forming this new political group. NBC News noted that this new group can hide their […]
Field workers for the Democratic National Committee (DNC) filed a lawsuit over lack of overtime pay and sub-minimum wage payments. Oh, the irony: Justin Swidler, the attorney representing the field workers, argued the Democratic Party failed to pay workers a minimum wage and denied them overtime compensation. Swidler “says the lawsuit seeks ‘fair pay for […]
The cast of ‘Saturday Night Live,’ a comedy sketch show, cried and sobbed after hearing Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton to win the presidency. At least two of the cast members were strong and vocal Hillary Clinton supporters and the mood over the cast was somber. The writers and cast did not know what to […]
The vote margin in a local Florida sheriff’s race was sixteen votes, and that’s how many votes were purged after an investigation of voting integrity. Even if it is a small number, voter fraud does happen.
In all of the discussion about plagiarism, the reasons for citing your sources often get lost. So, here's three reasons to cite and to cite religiously. The post Why Cite? Three Reasons to Cite Your Sources appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
We are now getting an idea how a Bill O’Reilly-less Fox News Channel will fare ratings-wise against CNN and MSNBC, and it’s not very good news for Fox. Last week, fueled by even more than usual negative news about President Donald Trump, perennial also-ran MSNBC scored a victory over Fox News in the key demo […]
The Washington Post published a report from an anonymous source, who claimed that President Trump revealed highly classified information to the Russian ambassador and the foreign minister. The information divulged, according to the source, was that President Trump revealed enough information that the Russians could eventually discover how the U.S. Show More Summary
President Donald Trump followed up his campaign rhetoric with action; this time, he lit up the White House with the color blue to honor law enforcement officers. He called himself the “law and order” candidate on the campaign trail, earning the endorsement of the largest police officers’ union, the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP). Trump’s […]