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John Bambenek is a political activist and computer security expert. He has his own company Bambenek Consulting in Champaign, IL that specializes in digital forensics and computer security investigations.

What if Chavez Isn’t Bluffing About War with Colombia?

Will Venezuela, spurred on by Russia and China, start a war in South America? Read More »

The Health Care Crisis and Why it Was Inevitable

The health care crisis is a product of federal legislation that was designed to take away choices from patients and doctors at every step. Read More »

How Redstate.org is Responsible for the CNN/YouTube Republican Debate Screw-up

Redstate.org and their friends are partly responsible for the CNN/YouTube Republican debate screw-up and now they want a "do-over". Read More »

Book Review: Linux Firewalls – Attack Detection and Response with iptables, psad, and fwsnort by Michael Rash

A great resource providing insight into getting the most out of iptables, and offering help and tools for additional functionality. Read More »

ACLU Brings War on Christmas to Fort Collins, Comes Up Short

The ACLU comes to Fort Collins, Colorado, and loses the latest battle in the War on Christmas. Read More »

Satire: ACLU Files Suit to End Federal Recognition of Christmas

Christmas is the only religious holiday recognized by the federal government. The ACLU is going to stop that and take the War on Christmas to a whole new level. Read More »

Hollywood Writers to Strike, Entertainment Industry Improves

Now is a great time to remember to turn off the TV -- there was nothing good on anyway. Read More »

Pissing and Moaning in Cyberspace

China has a digital temper tantrum and blocks popular western websites. The world yawns. Read More »

Al Gore’s Nobel Peace Prize First Ever Given That Has Nothing To Do With Peace

Predictably, conservatives and others who challenge the doctrines of man-made climate change are apoplectic at the award... Read More »

Columbia was Right in Hosting Ahmadinejad

Academic freedom and free speech demand the ideas be explored even if they aren't popular. Our nation is founding on these principles. Read More »