The Onion

Visualizing The Dark Side Of The Web

The concept of the Dark Web isn’t vastly different from the Surface Web. The Dark Web is full of criminal activity, but it’s also a place where dissidents and whistle-blowers can anonymously share information. In countries with restrictive internet surveillance, the Dark Web may be the only place to safely voice criticisms against government and other powerful entities.

Snyder Rages "It's Time To Flush The Toilet"

Is it fair to compare Congress to a toilet? If there is one institution that embodies the corruption that permeates Washington D.C., it is the United States Congress. Dominated by extremely selfish career politicians that are primarily interested in raising enough money to win the next election, Congress has become a cesspool of filth, fraud and malfeasance.

Doug Casey On Why It's OK To Discriminate

"These people don’t seem to realize that they’re actually parodies of themselves. I mean, they’re always talking about racism and xenophobia and sexism and ageism and the like. They don’t look at people as individuals, they look at people as members of classes. That’s why it’s called “identity politics” - you don’t identify as an individual, but as a member of a group or a class. "

California Senator Forced To Pull Bill Banning "Fake News" After Realizing It's Idiotic

"The bill would also make it unlawful for a person to knowingly and willingly make, publish or circulate on a Web site, or cause to be made, published, or circulated in any writing posted on a Web site, a false or deceptive statement designed to influence the vote on any issue submitted to voters at an election or on any candidate for election to public office."

Violent Threats Against The President Are OK Now?

"The calls by President Obama for “civility” after the 2011 shooting of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords were never genuine. The left only uses such efforts as a cudgel to silence their political foes, then turns around to call them Hitler when needed. The selective outrage is deafening."