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YouCutYouCut – a first-of-its-kind project - is designed to defeat the permissive culture of runaway spending in Congress. It allows you to vote, both online and on your cell phone, on spending cuts that you want to see the House enact.

Each week that the House is in session, we will take the winning item and offer it to the full House for an up-or-down vote, so that you can see where your representative stands on your priorities. Vote on this page today for your priorities and together we can begin to change Washington's culture of spending into a culture of savings.

Previous Links of the Week
Life-Death Clock The Life / Death Clock attempts to add real perspective to the discussion of the social costs/benefits of gun ownership in America.
Did you ever see an infomercial and wonder if the claims were true? is here to answer that question. We purchase the product at retail. We do not accept reviewer copies of any product that we will review be sure we're reviewing the same quality product as our visitors will get. We take note of the claims made by the infomercial. more...

File extensions are usually three or four letter codes on the end of file names that tell operating system what kind of file they are dealing with.

We researched and collected a very large list of the file extensions with detailed explanations of each file type and the way they are used today. We have also tried to include a few of the common software programs that use or is associated with each of these file extension types.

If you come across a file in your computer with an unknown file extension, you can look up the information about desired file extension and its file associations using website.

The Anomalies Network

The Anomalies Network

The Anomalies Network is the world's largest online UFO/Paranormal Community and alternative information source., originally The S4 Database, was started a little over 9 years ago in response to the lack of quality UFO/Paranormal information on the web.

The goal was to either mirror or download the world's largest FTP and Web archives and place them into one super archive which made information location easier.

The Anomalies team has always believed that only through raw information people can form their own opinions about what is happening. They have constructed a site to those ends. They neither support nor deny the claims made in the files they house, they simply offer them to you to make up your own minds.


This is about Internet freedom. "Network Neutrality" -- the First Amendment of the Internet -- ensures that the public can view the smallest blog just as easily as the largest corporate Web site by preventing Internet companies like AT&T from rigging the playing field for only the highest-paying sites.

But Internet providers like AT&T, Verizon and Comcast are spending millions of dollars lobbying Congress to gut Net Neutrality. If Congress doesn't take action now to implement meaningful Net Neutrality provisions, the future of the Internet is at risk. You can help 'Save the Internet' Here.

Welcome to Uncyclopedia

The content-free encyclopedia that anyone can edit.
18,378 articles in English

Uncyclopedia is a content-free encyclopedia written by its slaves users. Anyone can edit Uncyclopedia, and its contents are free and open to abuse and buttrape.

Uncyclopedia is an encyclopedia full of misinformation and utter lies. You might say it puts the "psych!" in "encyclopedia". It's sort of like Congress or Parliament, but unlike Congress or Parliament, we do have a sense of humor. Nonetheless, this is one of the only factual pages, before everything turns into a puddle of utter confusion and disarray. Savor it. And for the love of Sophia, we know you like disarray, (and confusion) but stop adding confusion to this non-confusing page which leads to confusion, and possibly disarray. Which we wish to stop. Non-non-confusion, that is. Not disarray. Or is it the other way around?

CAGW CAGW is a private, non-partisan, non-profit organization representing more than one million members and supporters nationwide. Since its founding in 1984, CAGW has earned a reputation as America's premier taxpayer watchdog organization for exposing countless examples of government waste and safeguarding the interests of taxpayers in Washington.
Pig BookWhile You're There, Check Out the 'Pig Book,' an exposé that names the names of pork-barrel politicians and their pet projects.Porker of the Month And don't miss "Porker of the Month" a dubious honor given to lawmakers, government officials, and political candidates who have shown a blatant disregard for the interests of taxpayers.
Get a Concealed Carry Permit
Get a Concealed Carry Permit is committed to the idea that self defense is a natural right that cannot be regulated by any govenment body. Their goal is to put as many defensive firearms in the hands of law-abiding peacable citizens as possible.
Wheres George?

Do you ever wonder where that paper money in your pocket has been, or where it will go next?
This is the place to find out.

Enter the denomination, series, and serial number of any US dollar bill, and your current USA ZIP or Canadian Post Code in the box on the site. If the dollar bill you enter has been entered here before, you will get back a list of all the cities/states where that bill has been, as well as travel time, distance and speed of each hop!

If you are from Canada, be sure to check out Where's Willy? to track your Canadian Currency!

PETA And Your Kids

Friday, July 10, 2009 is no more — a sad end for a useful consumer web site: Details Here



Infomercial Scams Exposed

Protect yourself and others from scams! Read Justin Leonard's Infomercial Scams Exposed. Have you ever been ripped off by an infomercial company? They want to hear from you!

Much of the information you will find here is shocking but true! Please use the information outlined in this report as a tool to educate yourself and others.



At LetsGoDigital you'll find the latest information on digital cameras, accessories and related gear. Lots of product reviews and comparisons, news articles, tips and tricks and other helpful information.,

The Rip Off Report Rip-off Report™ is a worldwide consumer reporting Website & Publication, by consumers, for consumers, to file & document complaints about Companies or Individuals who ripoff consumers.

Unlike the Better Business Bureau, / Rip-off Report™ does not hide Reports of "satisfied" complaints. ALL complaints remain public in order to create a working history on the Company or Individual in question; unedited.

Search the Rip-Off Report™ before you do business... Retail stores with bad return policies, checking & credit theft, rebate fraud or other unscrupulous business policies; such as phony auto repairs, auto dealer bait-and-switch tactics, restaurants with bad service or food, corrupt government employees & politicians, police corruption, home builders, contractors, unethical doctors & lawyers, online stores that sell non-existent products, dead beat Dads & Moms, landlords & tenants, employment career business opportunity, and individual con artists who scam consumers. These are just a few of the countless topics available, and the list is continually modified as new categories emerge. is an idea of Marien Brethouwer, Sjoerd Oostendorp and Dennis Woudt, in Beverwijk, The Netherlands. During the last years of developing websites and -applications they found lots of useful resources for internet developers. The sites are categorized into strategy, creation and technology. Navigation will take a bit of getting used to, but the links are excellent.
Government Information Awareness

To empower citizens by providing a single, comprehensive, easy-to-use repository of information on individuals, organizations, and corporations related to the government of the United States of America.

To allow citizens to submit intelligence about government-related issues, while maintaining their anonymity. To allow members of the government a chance to participate in the process.

As the government broadens internal surveillance, and collaborates with private institutions to access data on the public, it is crucial that we maintain a symmetry of accountability. If we believe the United States should be a government "of the people, by the people, and for the people" it is of central importance to provide citizens with the power to oversee their government. At least as much effort should be spent building tools to facilitate citizens supervising their government as tools to help the government monitor individuals.

Government Information Awarenes Is At: CAUCE, The Coalition Against Unsolicited Commercial Email is an ad hoc, all volunteer organization, created by Netizens to advocate for a legislative solution to the problem of UCE (a/k/a "spam").

Privacy.Org is the site for daily news, information, and initiatives on privacy. This web page is a joint project of the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) and Privacy International.

The American public is now connected as never before to U.S. Government science and technology. Fourteen scientific and technical information organizations from 10 major science agencies have collaborated to create (, the “FirstGov for Science” web site. is the gateway to reliable information about science and technology from across Federal government organizations.

Participating Agencies Include: Departments of Agriculture, Commerce, Defense, Education, Energy, Health and Human Services, and Interior; Environmental Protection Agency; National Aeronautics and Space Administration; and National Science Foundation.

New Wave Photos
Over 20,000 pictures and growing.

Music aficionados consider the late '70s and early '80s to be the black hole of music history. Disco and corporate rock ruled the charts, but something interesting was happening under the pop-music radar. New wave and punk bands offered the original alternative to music fans tired of Top-40 drivel. Well-known bands such as Siouxsie & the Banshees and New Order are represented, but the real treat is clicking through black-and-white photos of obscurities. From á;GRUMH... to XTC, the new wave movement is traced in this continually growing collection.

You will find a selection of photos (mainly B&W) taken mostly in the late 70's and early 80's of popular and not so popular "rock", "new wave" and "punk" groups. Check back often for new additions as this project will be developing for the next 3 or 4 years.
All photos are available as glossy photographic prints.

The Web Developers Virtual LibraryThe Web Developers Virtual Library is for webmasters, web designers, Internet developers, and online publishers.

The WDVL is a collection of articles and links to information about developing World Wide Web sites. The main sections are Authoring, Internet, Location, Multimedia, Web Reference, and Software. It includes in-depth tutorials on the software technology available and pointers to additional resources, such as the language standards and other web sites with expertise in the particular field.

Welcome to the National Driver's License Records Bureau web site - where you can search our online database of over 220 million U.S. driver's license photos and driver's license information currently on file, absolutely FREE. Search our files with the form below.

Under the American Driver's License Identification Information Act (ADLIIA - enacted on July 9, 2000), every state in the union is required to make available to the public a digitized copy of each and every valid driver's license, in their respective state. The National Driver's License Records Bureau has been established to create the country's only centralized database of driver's licenses, on the more than 220 million licensed drivers, in the United States.

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

Chicago, February 27, 2002: Today, the Board of Directors of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists moves the minute hand of the “Doomsday Clock,” the symbol of nuclear danger, from nine to seven minutes to midnight, the same setting at which the clock debuted 55 years ago. Since the end of the Cold War in 1991, this is the third time the hand has moved forward.

The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists is published bimonthly by the not-for-profit Educational Foundation for Nuclear Science (EFNS)

Darwin Awards Darwin Awards commemorate those who improve our gene pool by removing themselves from it in really stupid ways.
Capitalism Magazine

Capitalism Magazine is the Internet's only daily magazine providing articles from a pro-capitalist, laissez-faire, pro-individual rights perspective. Seven days a week Capitalism Magazine readers are treated to an intellectual feast of ideas that help them defend the values they hold dear.

Peacefire released a new report on sites blocked by Cyber Patrol, including an international adoption agency, St. Alexis Parish and Summit Presbyterian Church in Pennsylvania, and Variety Club of Queensland, an association founded by entertainers to raise money for the support of underpriveleged and handicapped children. These and most other sites listed in the report were all blocked as "sexually explicit".

"The Internet Treats Censorship as Damage and Routes Around It"


Before you throw the baby out with the bathwater and install "Censorship" or Filtering software on your system, be warned. Over 50% of the sites blocked by most filtering software are 100% legitimate, "G" rated sites.

(Can't see the Super Bowl Website? Maybe it's because of the Roman Numerals "XXX")

BTW - The three X marks above, mean that a lot of people will be shut out from the JumpGate.

NOTE: Just Linking to PeaceFire will Get Your Site Blocked By Some Filtering Software
( As will a link to the Republican National Committee or the ACLU )

Women and Guns

Do you support Rape Victim Disarmament Laws?

Click to Get Demotivated
Get Demotivated Here

The Law Enforcement Alliance of America (LEAA) is the nation's largest nonprofit, nonpartisan coalition of law enforcement professionals, crime victims, and concerned citizens united for justice. Together through education, legislation and the political process, LEAA fights to reduce violent crime while preserving the rights of all citizens, particularly the right of self-defense. LEAA strives to keep political debate focused on criminal behavior and criminal punishment, and to communicate the shared opinion of the majority of law enforcement that gun control is not effective crime control.

Keep and Bear Arms Dot Com is a grassroots movement of the people, by the people, and for the people. It is a call to action, a call for self-education, and a 21 gun salute to the many good men and women who fought and died to bring America into being.

This web site is about helping lawful people maintain their abilities to protect themselves and the people they love effectively from anyone who would do them harm - through legal, private ownership and use of guns. We also stand for the repealing of all gun laws which infringe on the civil rights of peaceable women and men to defend their own lives and property.
Learn about computer virus myths, hoaxes, urban legends, hysteria, and the implications if you believe in them at You can also search a list of computer virus hoaxes from A to Z.
Driver Guide
Let's face it, finding the right device driver can be a tedious, time consuming, often impossible task! The Driver Guide was created to make finding driver updates a whole lot easier. With the help of thousands of their members, they have compiled a massive database of drivers and resources that is by far the largest and most comprehensive on the Web.

Digital Photography Review

Get immersed in the digital photography craze with Digital Photography Reviews online guide. The site includes digital camera reviews, lively discussion forums, a gallery of digital photography images, and much more.

Launched on September 13, 1996, Disinformation was designed to be the search service of choice for individuals looking for information on current affairs, politics, new science and the 'hidden information,' that seldom seems to slip through the cracks of the corporate-owned media conglomerates. Ironically, it was funded by one of the largest media companies in the world (TeleCommunications, Inc. (TCI), now part of AT&T), who paid for placement on Netscape's then ubiquitous search page.® is a knowledge exploration tool about information technology, especially about the Internet and computers.

It contains over 2,000 individual encyclopedic definition/topics and a number of quick-reference pages. The topics contain about 12,000 hyperlinked cross-references between definition-topics and to other sites for further information. They try hard to keep it up-to-date.


   From the absurd to the sublime, the Wisdom Site is guaranteed to help you while away all those hours you'd normally spend watching daytime television. (which causes brain warts in lab rats.)

Highly irreverent links, pointers to some good sites for Web Developers and a LOT of silliness mixed with sufficient 'seriosity' to make a visit worthwhile. Contains occasional strong language, though it's usually used in context.

Get the News Behind the News at The Register
Tech If you're an Information Technology Pro, CIO, Support or Developer, A Free Membership in TechRepublic is a must. Crammed with help, downloads, white papers and community, this site belongs at the top of your bookmarks.

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