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Saturday, July 7, 2012

Obama in 2004: 310,000 New Jobs, 5.6% Unemployment "Not Enough"

What a hypocrite:

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Al-Qaeda Terrorist Caught at Olympics

From the Telegraph:
A suspected terrorist who MI5 believe is a would-be suicide bomber was found repeatedly near the Olympic Games venue.

The alleged al-Qaeda militant was caught crossing through the Olympic Park five times, breaking a ban imposed by the Home Secretary, The Sunday Telegraph has learned.

The 24 year-old has previously tried to get to Afghanistan, allegedly for terrorist training, and is suspected of fighting for the Somali Islamist group al Shabaab, which has been responsible for thousands of deaths, including those of Western aid workers. He is accused of trying to recruit other Britons to its cause.

A Home Office lawyer warned after his discovery in the Olympic area that the man - known as CF - wanted to “re-engage in terrorism-related activities, either in the UK or Somalia” and is “determined to continue to adhere to his Islamist extremist agenda”.
His detention is the most serious security alert yet to hit the Olympic Park.

It is disclosed today after a week which saw 14 terror-related arrests across Britain, including a white Muslim convert detained over an alleged plan to carry out a major terrorist attack.
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Friday, July 6, 2012

Russia: America's Favorite Video Game Enemy


Okay, I just don't understand it.

For four fucking decades we were embattled in a "cold war" with the Soviet Union, which saw us fighting them through dozens of proxy wars (Korea, Afghanistan, and Grenada to name a few), yet during that time we never fired one shot directly at each other - preventing World War 3 and potentially the first war fought with non-conventional weaponry.

So please tell me why every fucking war game created today has the United States, Great Britain or some western nation fighting against, you guessed it, Russia... Sometimes a nationalist faction attempting to regain their lost Soviet glory, other times the Kremlin for nonsensical reasons, and every time a nuclear weapon is involved.

While playing Ghost Recon: Future Soldier I forgot whether I was playing a Tom Clancy video game, or Modern Warfare 3 during one cut-scene... because they were EXACTLY ALIKE, except for the fact in GRFS the nuclear attack was in London, while MW3 was Paris... Oh, wow, what a big difference. And a sidenote, both featured idiotic tourists video-taping the freaking attack!!! UGH!

What the fuck is with our Russia obsession as a culture?

Our administrations still make nuclear deals with them as if there's still a cold war ongoing; our presidential candidates must still outline policies for dealing with them as if we're one international crisis away from war; our television shows have to, possibly by legal contract, have one episode with an undercover KGB agent, and finally, our video games must have 15,000 fucking Russian bastards for us to obliterate, or we are not happy.

The only video game franchise not obsessed with the impotent Russians is Medal of Honor... So I have very high hopes for their new game scheduled for release this fall. But if it has one fucking Russian enemy in it, I will lose my mind and likely sue the sonsofabitches for copyright infringement of every other game released.

What say you?

How to Check for DNS Malware

Afraid of the DNS malware? Check out the LA Times' article on it.

If you want to go the most official route possible, head to the FBI's site, http://bit.ly/FBI-checker. With the FBI, you know you're dealing with the most trusted source on this matter — it's the agency that caught the people who began this madness — but its method of checking is also a bit time-consuming.

If you want something simpler, you can also check your computer at http://www.dns-ok.us. The FBI links to this site, so you know it's trustworthy too. If your computer is clean, you'll get a big green image. If it's not, you'll get a red screen. The only issue with that site is that sometimes it doesn't work. I've tried it three times on two computers, but it worked only once.

If you need to try another site, McAfee has set up a site too: http://bit.ly/Mcafee-checker. It seems to work, and it's simple. If you're all clear, McAfee will even congratulate you.

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Video: Christie Doesn't Take it from Heckler

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Is My Computer Infected with the DNS Virus?

Afraid of the DNS malware? Check out the LA Times' article on it.
If you want to go the most official route possible, head to the FBI's site, http://bit.ly/FBI-checker. With the FBI, you know you're dealing with the most trusted source on this matter — it's the agency that caught the people who began this madness — but its method of checking is also a bit time-consuming.

If you want something simpler, you can also check your computer at http://www.dns-ok.us. The FBI links to this site, so you know it's trustworthy too. If your computer is clean, you'll get a big green image. If it's not, you'll get a red screen. The only issue with that site is that sometimes it doesn't work. I've tried it three times on two computers, but it worked only once.

If you need to try another site, McAfee has set up a site too:http://bit.ly/Mcafee-checker. It seems to work, and it's simple. If you're all clear, McAfee will even congratulate you.


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How Chicago Plays Ball

In Chicago they play “Chicago Ball.”  This is a form of soft ball that is as location specific to the Chicago area as Hoover Ball is to West Branch, Iowa.  In this game a sixteen inch softball that is as hard as a baseball is used with no gloves.  If at least one or two fingers aren’t broke in each game it must have been in girl’s division.  It is a rough sport, and everyone who plays it knows it.  Catching a line drive is like catching a cannonball in the stomach and catching a high pop-up is like having an incoming meteorite land in your hands.

In Chicago they also play another kind of ball that is rough, and everyone knows the rules.  They call it politics.  In other places they call it organized crime.

Back in the Dream Time, elders were honored because of their accumulated knowledge.  If Pops knew a better way to saddle horses, that knowledge helped Junior since he saddled horses.  Today if Pops knows how to tune-up cars what good is that when cars don’t need to be tuned-up anymore?  Now the old are relegated to extolling their own relevance while exclaiming, “I’ve never seen that before.”  Doddering ancients who use their cell phones merely to talk wonder why their grandchildren never answer their emails as Gen Z tweet each other: “Don’t trust anyone over fifteen.”  The world is moving so fast not only is today tomorrow’s yesterday the generations are living in different todays today.  Gen X and Y parents with their once hip lap-tops under their arms stare in wonder as their pre-teen Gen Zs text with one hand while Wii skydiving in the backseat.  For these new additions to middle-age who’re just old enough to remember Star Trek imagine Captain Kirk visiting Captain Picard pointing at Commander Data and saying, “What’s that?”

After years of being treated as if the Wisdom of the Ages were as relevant as Confucius in a fortune cookie, now that we have Chicago on the Potomac the wisdom gained in the City that Works is suddenly spot-on.  Of course George the Second’s doctrine of pre-emptive war made one old saying make sense beyond the Southside, “Never start fights, but if you have to hit someone back first once in a while that’s all right.”   Then again ACORN has shown the everlasting relevance of Chicago’s best known adage, “Vote early and vote often” as well as eternal life or ACORN by another name is still the same corrupt mob of community organizers organizing their way to personal power and prosperity.

With President Obama and the Chi-Town hustlers large-and-in-charge, Windy City Proverbs may help many believe what kind of change we’ve stepped in.  Such as “Everybody cheats so if you don’t cheat you’re a cheater,” or “What’s mine is mine, what’s yours is negotiable.”  Maybe the taxman could use, “They must not have wanted it they didn’t have their hand on it.”  Looking at our Congress, “If you’re going to get mad at thieves you’ll never have any friends” comes to mind.  Thinking of the new Green Home Efficiency Inspectors they want us to deal with when buying or selling a home is reminiscent of the Chicago Fire Marshal conscientiously telling a young business owner, “We’ll save the city some gas money if we just do the inspection right here in my office,” while patting his desk indicating where to place the money.  

The Obama Administration started off with some Southside swag calling the biggest earmark in history a stimulus bill aimed at shovel ready jobs.  Then again as the President later joked, "Shovel-ready was not as ... uh .. shovel-ready as we expected." After this predictable Southside of Chicago opening act the poster child for a different kind of politics continued the virtuoso performance calling ward-heelers czars and followed a time-honored Second City tradition in the Minnesota recount by finding a bag of votes giving us a good laugh by installing Al Franken in the once revered United States Senate. 

Who says you can’t go home again?  They may turn the old neighborhood into Yuppie Heaven by knocking down the middleclass housing and putting up three-story imitation Victorians but right here right now the machine that gave no-show jobs to half the wise-guys on the corner as well as Michelle at the hospital is in the process of not just fixing tickets but fixing everything else.  The political descendants of Big Bill Thompson, Richard the First and Richard the Second parlayed community organizing into a national organization that should make the Five Families green with envy.

Having fixed the economy and with health care, hate-crimes, immigration, and cap-and-trade all queued up to flow through the system before the voters get a chance to register their disapproval, Don Barak also had the opportunity to begin fixing the highest court in the land.  In the Chicago justice system ( an oxymoron) lawyers give out printed pricelists stating how much acquittals cost verses dismissals and the old saying concerning courthouses goes, “It may say justice on the outside but that doesn’t mean there’s any on the inside.” Since the Democratic Machine and their Me-To Republican allies rubber-stamped Mr. Obama’s first pick for the A-Team, how do the prospects for judicial restraint and the Constitution look?   Fine if you fit the profile for the protected or promoted classes, but not too good if you naively look for that lady wearing the blindfold and holding the scales. 
Joining the sisterhood on the bench, Ms. Sotomayor felt her gender and her race made her uniquely qualified to reach wise decisions and believes international law should be consulted when weighing appeals. She should feel right at home with the former chief counsel for the ACLU who apparently believes American Citizenship is the right of all mankind.   In one decision she said, “You would have a huge statelessness problem if you don't consider a child born abroad a U.S. citizen.”   And now they have turned Chief Justice Roberts to the Dark Side. Ah justice, what is it good for?  Or as they say in Chi-town, “How much justice can you afford?”  The difference between Chicago Prime and Chicago on the Potomac is in the original version mayors serve for life followed by a power struggle.  Vive la Différence!

How does Chicago Ball fit into all these old sayings?  There are multiple sayings associated with playing ball.  Such as, You have to swing the bat to have a chance to hit the ball,” or “I ain’t cheating if they don’t catch me.”  So how do our now nationalized Chicago Pols play ball.  One recent example is in the financing problem faced by the owner of the Chicago Cubs.  The plans to renovate the dilapidated Wrigley Field were being held up because of the current owner’s political associations. And that’s how they play political ball in Chicago.

And how does that translate to Chicago-on-the-Potomac?  In 2009 the Obama Administration played Chicago Ball with the Drug Industry to get their support for Obamacare.  These types of tactics have become standard operating procedure for the Obama Administration as department after department make their wishes known and their power felt.

And just recently the President strong armed the Supreme Court asserting any interference with his take-over of 1/6th of the economy would be unprecedented.  What was unprecedented was his use of manipulation and brow beating to pressure a supposedly independent court to become another place where the fix is in, or as they say in Chicago Ball “When they send out their best hitter, aim for the head.”

And if this article makes you feel politically as if you’ve had your fingers broken, well that’s just the way they play ball in Chicago. 

Dr. Owens teaches History, Political Science, and Religion for Southside Virginia Community College.  He is the Historian of the Future @ http://drrobertowens.com © 2012 Robert R. Owens drrobertowens@hotmail.com  Follow Dr. Robert Owens on Facebook or Twitter @ Drrobertowens

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           Obama Noster

Our  Obama, who art in Washington, or
Soetoro, whichever, horrendous be thy
name - hmm, hmm,hmm.  Your imperial
impostering is not hallowed, except  by
those idiot zzars you play hoops with.

You  will not  ever  have  a  kingdom in
this country, no matter how much you and
the "queen" want one.

Your imperial will, hmm, hmm, hmmm,
shall never be done, in the flyover states,
or in Washington. 

Don't bother to try to give us your filthy
crumbs from the table we provide for you.

Soetorotax, the largest tax in the history of
the world -- The Pharoh or Herod could
probably get away with it, but you shall not.

And oh, by the way, you have no kingdom,
no honor and certainly no glory.

Put that in your Marxist doobie and smoke it.

Will My Internet Work Tomorrow?

Afraid of the DNS malware? Check out the LA Times' article on it.
If you want to go the most official route possible, head to the FBI's site, http://bit.ly/FBI-checker. With the FBI, you know you're dealing with the most trusted source on this matter — it's the agency that caught the people who began this madness — but its method of checking is also a bit time-consuming.

If you want something simpler, you can also check your computer at http://www.dns-ok.us. The FBI links to this site, so you know it's trustworthy too. If your computer is clean, you'll get a big green image. If it's not, you'll get a red screen. The only issue with that site is that sometimes it doesn't work. I've tried it three times on two computers, but it worked only once.

If you need to try another site, McAfee has set up a site too:http://bit.ly/Mcafee-checker. It seems to work, and it's simple. If you're all clear, McAfee will even congratulate you.


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Picture of the Day

President Bush in Africa:




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Thursday, July 5, 2012

Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Stephen Hawking on Higgs Discovery: I Lost $100



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We hold these truths to be self evident, that
all men are created equal, that they are en-
dowed by their Creator with certain un-
alienable Rights, that among these Life,
Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness.

That to secure these rights, Governments
are instituted among Men, deriving their
just powers from the consent of the governed. 


That whenever any Form of Gov-
ernment becomes destructive of
these ends, it is the right of the
people to alter or abolish it and
to institute new Government,
laying its foundation on such
principles and organizing its powers
in such form, as to them may seem
most likely to effect their safety and
happiness.

Prudence indeed will dictate that governments long established should
not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all
experience hath shown, that mankind are more disposed to suffer,
while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms
to which they are accustomed. 

But when a long train of abuses and usurpations
pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a
design to reduce them under aboslute
Despotism --------

it is their right, it is their duty, to
throw off such Government and to
provide new guards for their future
security.             July 4, 1776

------          -----------          -------------

Well friends, I guess we had real men who stood for something back then.

And now, we have lifelong crooks who pass themselves off as politicians,
stealing, lying, cheating, and picking up a nice check all the while.

And we sit back waiting for something to happen, waiting for Congress
or the Senate, or the Supreme Court or the White House to change.

The only change from these incompetents is going to be worse for us,
and better for them.

Perhaps it is time to read and study the Declaration of Independence, and
then put it into practice, while we still are independent.

Just sayin'.

Gov Jindal: Obama Wants People Reliant on Gov't



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Tuesday, July 3, 2012

LIFE IN THE ASYLUM


WHAT HAS JOHN ROBERTS DONE TO US?

What hath John Roberts wrought? On the lighter side, he now has both the purveyors of Obamacare and Romney’s staff saying the mandate is not a tax, while Roberts himself says it is and uses it to rescue this horrible bill. In the meantime, Roberts wisecracks about what he has handed to the American people. And what exactly is that?

First, though, who exactly is he? He is a résumé reader’s dream: growing up well-to-do, attending fine prep schools, handsome and athletic; then the piece de resistance: both Harvard College and Harvard Law [managing editor, Harvard Law Review]! Both with honors!! He left Harvard Yard and, traveling to D.C., stopped for one year to clerk for a federal judge in Manhattan. After that he completed his journey.

In other words, having grown up in Indiana, he left flyover country at age 18, passed through places that have given us some truly awful people, and soon landed permanently in the Mammon that we call D.C.

Roberts worked in the Reagan administration. Is he a Ronald Reagan? Apparently not. He was nominated by George W. Bush. Is he a W ? Perhaps in the “compassionate conservative” sense. Does he have actual constitutional credentials? He seems to: he has written some good opinions in the past, and he served in a significant position in the D.C. chapter of the Federalist Society. So what happened?

Reading his Opinion is somewhat helpful. The entire Opinion runs a svelte 193 pages. Roberts’ contribution starts at the bottom of 7 pages of Syllabus, and runs 59 pages. The Honorable Ginsburg’s concurrence/dissent runs on for 61 pages. The four dissenters jointly wrote 65 pages, and Justice Thomas also wrote a separate 2-page concurrence with the dissenters.

Roberts starts out as though he is back at the Federalist Society. Early and often his opinion runneth over with acknowledgements of the federal government’s “limited” power, that its powers are only those “enumerated,” the importance and clarity of the Tenth Amendment, and the wisdom and virtue of the “framers of the Constitution.” Well into the opinion one can be excused for thinking that he is on the right track.

Dismissing the argument that the individual mandate creates a “tax” (clearly it creates a “penalty”), he sneers at the suggestion that Congress can use its commerce power “to compel citizens to act as the Government would have them act. That is not the country the Framers of our Constitution envisioned,” he explains. Hearts are thumping at this point.

Then he begins to turn the Titanic toward the iceberg. He finds it “necessary” to revisit the tax or penalty question. If he can figure out how the “penalty” can be just enough of a “tax” to rescue Obamacare, we can all take comfort that we will still be “the country the Framers of our Constitution envisioned.” He begins speaking patronizingly of the “joint dissenters.” They just don’t understand.

So what did happen? Charles Krauthammer thinks Roberts may have become more concerned about the Supreme Court’s institutional legitimacy than about upholding the Constitution. Perhaps. Michael Savage thinks it might be his medication. Perhaps. Knowledgeable D.C. insiders talk of Roberts being way too concerned about what the Washington Post and the New York Times write about him: the seemingly inescapable D.C. disease known as “what will my legacy be?”

Some suggest that Roberts deserves kudos for putting a serious limit on the endless stretching of  commerce clause power. He was trying to help the Constitutionalists among us. If so, thanks for nothing. Even if that was his thought, he has actually handed a power-grabbing, overreaching,  “progressive” Pelosi-Reid-RINO Congress a Users’ Manual for limitless power-grabbing: simply add a tax, or just a penalty, to every future power grab. No need to even fool around with the commerce clause anymore.

For all the awfulness Roberts’ opinion has just given us, he has given us one sentence that must ring in our ears forevermore: “It is not our [the Court’s] job to protect the people from the consequences of their political choices.” Think about that. Especially on the Fourth of July.

We may all have to turn off our TVs and start paying attention, start taking a more direct role in elective politics, and start earlier in the game. We can not continue ignoring primaries and waiting for the establishment parties to hand us two bad choices. We can not keep electing reach-across-the-aisle Senators who will vote to confirm Elena Kagan because she has a great sense of humor. And we can not count on even the most conservatively credentialed Supreme Court Justice to save us if we have not been doing our job.

MO Atty


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Andy Griffith Dead at 86

From Yahoo! TV:
Beloved TV icon Andy Griffith died at his Manteo, North Carolina, home on Tuesday morning. He was 86.

Former UNC President Bill Friday confirmed the passing of his close friend to WITN News.

Griffith became a household name for his portrayal of a small-town sheriff on "The Andy Griffith Show," which aired from 1960-1968. His character, Andy Taylor, was a widower in the fictional town of Mayberry, N.C., which was thought to be modeled after Griffith's hometown of Mt. Airy, N.C. His character encountered daily drama from his sidekick deputy Barney Fife (Don Knotts) as well as his young son Opie (Ron Howard).

The actor went on to star on another long-running TV series: "Matlock." He played Ben Matlock, a no frills criminal defense lawyer who used his smarts to get people to confess in dramatic courtroom scenes. The show aired from 1986 to 1995.
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Random Thoughts Whilst the Power Was Out


From the plywood windowed White House:  "A stable and prosperous
Kenya is central to American foreign policy;  crucial to America's
national security and economic interests..."   Hahahahahah  --- yeah,
right ---  translation?  "I got to give them enough taxpayer money so
they won't release my birth certificate and records."  --Barry Soetoro


And secondly --who the frankenstein gives two buckets of warm spit
whether anderson cooper is gay?  As if we didn't know that, and maybe
with that as his lifestyle, he can now run for president.  Is he a member
of Man's Country in Chicago?  Oh, wait, they want men.


So little Barry wants to follow in daddy Castro's footsteps and lead us
into Marxxxism?  He better hurry, he's only got six months left.  And,
he may have a problem getting our guns.  Us gun and religion clingers
will give up all of our ammuntion before we give up our guns.


And of course the cowards in Congress are too busy with their vacations
to prosecute the Attorney Nitwit holder.  Wow -- that's a surprise.  How
about he trades places with John Roberts?


And since Sheriff Jose is revisiting the fraudulent Selective Service
records of the fraudulent so called pseudo president, how about when
little barry child is joyfully defeated in November, we make him sign
up again, and make him join the Army?  He could get a second chance
to be all he can be -- oh wait, he tried that and proved to be a miserable
failure.  He can't join the Marines, they only want a few GOOD men.


There is talk of a new international prize:  the Ignoble Jackass Prize;
recipients must be a complete degenerate, a total failure in a political
position, must be a pathological liar, never held a real job, and must
have ruined a country's economy all by themselves.  This year, beating
out Assad, Castro, Putin and Iamidiotjad is ---- you guessed it ---
oh, by the way, he must be a total scoundrel with numerous aliases
and numerous stolen social security numbers.  And the winner is - - -
Barry/Barackack/Soetoro/Davis/Dunham/Bounel/Obamick.

Monday, July 2, 2012

Anderson Cooper: "I'm Gay"

From Yahoo! News:
Anderson Cooper has confirmed what most people in the media world and New York already knew: He is gay.

"The fact is, I'm gay," Cooper wrote in an email to Daily Beast blogger Andrew Sullivan. "Always have been, always will be, and I couldn't be any more happy, comfortable with myself, and proud."

Sullivan, who is gay and is a longtime friend of Cooper's, had asked the CNN anchor for his reaction to a recent Entertainment Weekly story--"The New Art of Coming Out"--that was, in part, about the importance of gay celebrities coming out of the closet to combat America's bullying epidemic.

"Andrew, as you know, the issue you raise is one that I've thought about for years," Cooper responded. "Even though my job puts me in the public eye, I have tried to maintain some level of privacy in my life. Part of that has been for purely personal reasons. I think most people want some privacy for themselves and the people they are close to."
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"God Particle" Discovered

For our readers interested in Science. From the Chicago Sun Times:
Scientists working at the world’s biggest atom smasher plan to announce Wednesday that they have gathered enough evidence to show that the long-sought “God particle” answering fundamental questions about the universe almost certainly does exist.

But after decades of work and billions of dollars spent, researchers at the European Organization for Nuclear Research, or CERN, say they aren’t quite ready to say they’ve “discovered” the particle.

Instead, experts familiar with the research at CERN’s vast complex on the Swiss-French border say that the massive data they have obtained will essentially show the footprint of the key particle known as the Higgs boson — all but proving it exists — but doesn’t allow them to say it has actually been glimpsed.

It appears to be a fine distinction. Senior CERN scientists say that the two independent teams of physicists who plan to present their work at CERN’s vast complex on the Swiss-French border on July 4 are about as close as you can get to a discovery without actually calling it one.

“I agree that any reasonable outside observer would say, ‘It looks like a discovery,’” British theoretical physicist John Ellis, a professor at King’s College London who has worked at CERN since the 1970s, told The Associated Press. “We’ve discovered something which is consistent with being a Higgs.”
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Sunday, July 1, 2012

Finding the Right Payday Loan Online

Making sure that your family is well prepared can take many different forms. On the basic level, finding the right home and what can be used within it can give you the best options for you and your loved ones. In addition, there are many different ways to make sure that you are ready for whatever comes your way. Some families build up an emergency financial account at their bank or under their mattress. Some store up food and water just in case. Some has specialized skills to deal with whatever may come their way. Still, you cannot plan for everything in every circumstance. What do you do if you wind up running low on money or there is that extra expenditure that you did not expect hitting you right in the wallet. With these issues coming up, you have to make sure that you are equally prepared for such an eventuality. Everyone has to deal with extra money leaving their wallets or with downturns in the economy, including you. That is why you should have a plan to deal with whatever that may be. One option that you can look at may be a payday loan. These can be what you need just in case.

With all of these options being there, you should make sure that you do your research. Just in case, you can know what you may have to deal with and how to deal with it. By knowing the different options, like getting a raise or taking on a new job, you can be more financially ready for your future. On top of that, you can sell things around the house that you no longer use to pick up a little bit of extra cash. On top of that, you may be able to look at the different options for a payday loan online to better prepare for your financial wellbeing.

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http://bit.ly/Mcafee-checker

Afraid of the DNS malware? Check out the LA Times' article on it.
If you want to go the most official route possible, head to the FBI's site, http://bit.ly/FBI-checker. With the FBI, you know you're dealing with the most trusted source on this matter — it's the agency that caught the people who began this madness — but its method of checking is also a bit time-consuming.

If you want something simpler, you can also check your computer at http://www.dns-ok.us. The FBI links to this site, so you know it's trustworthy too. If your computer is clean, you'll get a big green image. If it's not, you'll get a red screen. The only issue with that site is that sometimes it doesn't work. I've tried it three times on two computers, but it worked only once.

If you need to try another site, McAfee has set up a site too: http://bit.ly/Mcafee-checker. It seems to work, and it's simple. If you're all clear, McAfee will even congratulate you.

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http://bit.ly/FBI-checker

Afraid of the DNS malware? Check out the LA Times' article on it.
If you want to go the most official route possible, head to the FBI's site, http://bit.ly/FBI-checker. With the FBI, you know you're dealing with the most trusted source on this matter — it's the agency that caught the people who began this madness — but its method of checking is also a bit time-consuming.

If you want something simpler, you can also check your computer at http://www.dns-ok.us. The FBI links to this site, so you know it's trustworthy too. If your computer is clean, you'll get a big green image. If it's not, you'll get a red screen. The only issue with that site is that sometimes it doesn't work. I've tried it three times on two computers, but it worked only once.

If you need to try another site, McAfee has set up a site too: http://bit.ly/Mcafee-checker. It seems to work, and it's simple. If you're all clear, McAfee will even congratulate you.

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"FBI Checker"

Afraid of the DNS malware? Check out the LA Times' article on it.

If you want to go the most official route possible, head to the FBI's site, http://bit.ly/FBI-checker. With the FBI, you know you're dealing with the most trusted source on this matter — it's the agency that caught the people who began this madness — but its method of checking is also a bit time-consuming.

If you want something simpler, you can also check your computer at http://www.dns-ok.us. The FBI links to this site, so you know it's trustworthy too. If your computer is clean, you'll get a big green image. If it's not, you'll get a red screen. The only issue with that site is that sometimes it doesn't work. I've tried it three times on two computers, but it worked only once.

If you need to try another site, McAfee has set up a site too: http://bit.ly/Mcafee-checker. It seems to work, and it's simple. If you're all clear, McAfee will even congratulate you.

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Looking for Geek Toys and Deals?

The internet is a great place to shop. There are many deals out there in various categories if you know where to look. Specialty or higher quality items can be covered by sites that offer you the best for your money. With so many of these sites out there on the internet, you should do your research to see which one is the best one for you or your family. For example, what if you are looking for Geek Toys or similar items online? Geek Alerts can offer you some of the best items at good prices-- just in time for sending out for a birthday or holiday, or maybe just for yourself. With such good deals, you should look into what you need and what you want for your house, car, or office.

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