Study says ambitious people live shorter, unhappier lives

People who attended America’s most prestigious schools may seem to have the world by the tail, but it turns out all that high achievement may come at a steep price. The ambitious alumni of elite universities such as Harvard, Yale and Princeton don’t live as long as those who are less upwardly mobile, and they’re […]

The most common password?

The number one way hackers get into protected systems isn’t through a fancy technical exploit. It’s by guessing the password. That’s not too hard when the most common password used on business systems is “Password1.” There’s a technical reason for Password1’s popularity: It’s got an upper-case letter, a number and nine characters. That satisfies the […]

Turns Out the ‘Government Sachs’ Conspiracy Theorists Were Right All Along

The Intel Hub By Madison Ruppert – Editor of End the Lie November 30, 2011 In a shocking article published in Reuters yesterday, Felix Salmon confirmed what the so-called conspiracy theorists have said all along: former Secretary of the U.S. Treasury Hank Paulson was giving insider tips to his cronies at Goldman Sachs and other […]

Soros turns up in Obama’s LightSquared imbroglio

By Timothy P.Carney, The Washington Examiner As Republican lawmakers begin to dig into the White House’s cozy relationship with a startup wireless company and the wealthy Democratic donor who owns it, a new character has appeared on the story’s edges: liberal superdonor, conservative bete noire and controversial investor George Soros. Soros reportedly invested in the […]

US taxpayers could be forced to foot bill if Fed’s bailout of faltering Eurozone turns sour

ShareThis American taxpayers could be forced to foot the bill if Fed’s bailout of faltering Eurozone turns sour 18 Sep 2011 American taxpayers could end up footing the bill if the United States’ bailout of the faltering Eurozone turns sour… The biggest exposure could come from America’s status as the single largest source of money […]