Author Archives: Dennis Allard

A solution for DDOS packet flooding attacks

This article summarizes a proposed solution to thwart DDOS attacks on the internet based on PEIP (Path Enhanced IP), an extension to the IP protocol. On Friday, October 21, 2016, a major DDOS attack crippled access to major Web sites, … Continue reading

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Supreme court continues evil immigration policy

Hard working immigrants had hope that parents who are undocumented but who have children born in the United States would be able to receive a permit to work lawfully and a social security number and officially contribute to the economy … Continue reading

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8. My brother still believes he was victimized by mind control

Chapter 8 in a series on mental illness. This post includes recent updates and will be updated from time to time since my brother’s recent relapse. [latest update] [bottom] [ch.1] [ch.2] [ch.3] [ch.4] [ch.5] [ch.6] [ch.7][ch.8] After my brother was … Continue reading

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7. Is my brother cured of mental illness?

Chapter 7 in a series on mental illness. [bottom] [ch.1] [ch.2] [ch.3] [ch.4] [ch.5] [ch.6] [ch.7] [ch.8] It has been over five years since I penned the previous chapter in this chronicle. My brother was incarcerated in the California correctional … Continue reading

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I am still Charlie — Je suis toujours Charlie

January 7, 2016 marks the one year anniversary of the attack by Islamist extremists on the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. I noticed little or no mention in the so-called alternative American press about that horrible event of one year … Continue reading

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How to remember what Ex-Dividend date means

In the term Ex-Dividend Date, think of “Ex” as “Excludes”, the first date at which the dividend is excluded. When buying or selling a stock that pays a dividend, the Ex-Dividend date is the first date on which you will … Continue reading

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Stolen passwords? Not to worry. Advice about passwords.

The recent theft of a billion user names and passwords by Russian hackers is nothing to worry about as long as you understand a few simple facts and rules. KNX News Radio Los Angeles (CBS) would have you believe pundits … Continue reading

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The Arab Spring has turned into Winter

I feel like a fool when I look back three years to my opinion on the so-called revolution in Libya in 2011. I was somewhat cautious and realistic that the road ahead would not be easy for Arabs who seek … Continue reading

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Harvest of Empire – the story of Latino immigrants

To understand how European and U.S. empire and imperialism has lead to the immigration of Latinos into the United States, read Harvest of Empire (introduction and excerpts) by Juan Gonzalez . If you are interested in and concerned by the … Continue reading

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U.S. Military contractors engaged in de facto Human Trafficking

I find this latest report of human tafficking by U.S. military contractors in cahoots with local so-called subcontractors to obtain workers for U.S. bases to be so annoying I had to mirror the Democracy Now/Al Jazeera report here as my … Continue reading

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