8/28/2011

Unwinding the Shroud of Secrecy Covering Rick Perry’s Corporate Socialism

Filed under: Corruption,Perry Whacked — 5:58 pm

via Unwinding the Shroud of Secrecy Covering Rick Perry’s Corporate Socialism.

Perry uses government money to prop up private corporations by loaning government money back to businesses owned by folks who contribute to him. Plus, they get an extra bonus of a side-by-side equity investment. All of this is kept secret from the “investors” (the people) and it is touted as “job creation”.

Virtual Applications

Filed under: Support,Tools — 11:55 am

VMware Virtual Appliance Marketplace: Virtual Applications for the Cloud.

Parallels Virtual Appliances Directory.

Welcome to ThoughtPolice VMware images!.

JumpBox Virtual Appliances and Applications for Cloud Computing.

8/27/2011

State Department endorses oil sands pipeline

Was there ever any doubt??

State Department endorses oil sands pipeline.

Perry’s travel, security costs will stay secret until after 2012

Filed under: Conspiracy,Corruption,Perry Whacked — 6:31 pm

How many other governors travel to the Bahamas to discuss education with his major campaign advisers/contributors. This just doesn’t pass the sniff test, like so many of the corrupt practices of his.

Perry’s travel, security costs will stay secret until after 2012.

The records, reported in 2005 by the Austin American-Statesman, showed that Perry and staff members had traveled the previous year to the Bahamas for a meeting with top campaign donor James Leininger, a supporter of public school vouchers and charter schools, his wife, and Grover Norquist, a national anti-tax advocate. The records showed $4,200 in taxpayer money was spent for the squad of six state troopers who went along, including costs for renting scuba gear, golf cars and cellphones, according to the newspaper.

In 2009, Perry traveled to Israel where he was given the “Defender of Jerusalem” award. According to a local television report, he and his wife flew first class at more than $5,000 per ticket, paid for by an energy company financier. Four security detail officers also went on the five-day trip at a cost of more than $70,000 to taxpayers. The expenses included $17,000 for rooms at the King David Hotel, nearly $13,000 for food and more than 350 hours in overtime pay.

Error message: “The User Profile Service failed the logon. User profile cannot be loaded”, when logging on to Windows 7 or Windows Vista

Filed under: Support — 3:16 pm

CSRSS errors

Error message: “The User Profile Service failed the logon. User profile cannot be loaded”, when logging on to Windows 7 or Windows Vista.

If a user profile data file gets corrupted, CSRSS can become confused and hang. This is, in fact, the most common reason I know of for CSRSS errors.

The solution is to delete the bad data and let Windows rebuild it. This used to be a somewhat complicated manual process, but Microsoft’s Support article 947215 now offers a one-click, automated Fix it (located near the bottom of the page). It’s by far the simplest way I know to repair common CSRSS data errors.

Religious Right Millionaire Backed Rick Perry’s Career, Paved Texas Conservative Politics With Money

Filed under: Corruption,Perry Whacked — 10:02 am

Religious Right Millionaire Backed Rick Perry’s Career, Paved Texas Conservative Politics With Money.

8/26/2011

NYPD CIA Anti-Terror Operations Conducted In Secret For Years

Filed under: CIA-Whacked — 4:02 pm

I thought that it was illegal for the CIA to spy on US citizens.

NYPD CIA Anti-Terror Operations Conducted In Secret For Years.

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