You would think with the amount of national tension between police and citizens the police would do a better job of policing themselves.
It’s one thing for an officer to discharge a defense weapon when the officer in question is under duress.
But because some was walking to close? That’s just crazy.
But that’s exactly what happened after an MLK Jr. march.
Ever since 9/11, the regulations for what you can take on an airplane have grown ever more stringent.
Many times something only slightly resembling a weapon can be banned entirely.
Well Leatherman has gone and made TSA regulations for a multitool completely inconsequential.
On Monday, he was meeting with U.S. Special Operations Command in Tampa to discuss ways to disrupt ISIS finances…
But on Tuesday, he was meeting with me.
I recently sat down with Jim Rickards in our Baltimore office.
If you haven’t heard the name, Rickards is a financial advisor, a lawyer, and an advisor to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, which oversees the Department of Homeland Security, the NSA, and 14 other U.S. intelligence agencies. (He helped the CIA investigate the stock market “tells” that preceded 9/11, when al-Qaeda associates bet against airline stocks…and the Iran hostage crisis back in 1981.)
And Rickards probably knows more than anyone else in America about the inner workings of the government, the economy, and financial terrorism.
Part of survival is being resourceful and knowing how to get the most out of everything you’ve got. And – I think you’d agree – most of us underutilize the tools we already have in our possession.
Take, for example, the microwave. You probably use it a lot already, but did you know that you can use it to remove stamps from envelopes… sterilize cutting boards… and even put together a DIY heating pad?
For a long while we’ve been reporting on the massive number of police departments being outfitted with military grade equipment.
MRAPS, Helicopters, you name it, the police have been able to get it because of the buyback program initiated by the government many years ago.
The public at large has become legitimately concerned abut the growing amount of military equipment on their hands.
There’s already quite a bit of controversy surrounding GMO organisms. People on both sides of the debate are able to admit there’s not enough data to substantiate claims that GMO is neither harmful, or healthy.
But one thing we can say for sure is mosquitoes are deadly.
Not many people know this story… but in 1998 an unprecedented coalition of scientists, religious leaders, health professionals and consumers sued the government.
This lawsuit, filed in Federal District Court, forced the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to turn over 44,000 pages of internal government memos into the public domain.
Memos that our own government NEVER wanted you to see… because they reveal shocking proof of a health scandal that could be making you and your family sick.
For years there’s been a designed and orchestrated attack against individuals who do things differently than the government would like.
When a person, or a family, decides to follow their constitutional right to pursue happiness in a way that doesn’t align with erroneous government regulations they’re ridiculed, marginalized, and even persecuted.
Such is the case for the Stanley family.
For a long while now we’ve known the U.S. government has been slowly sneaking military technology into the hands of law enforcement to help them as they search for criminals.
It’s not exactly news. But it’s upsetting to know that these technologies are being used to violate our privacy without our knowledge or consent.
ABC News recently reported on a new type of radar that allows police to see inside of your home. Not exactly the bastion of free thought, ABC wrote a report on this new kind of radar.
It wasn’t just his body that was found weeks after his death. The body of filmmaker David Crowley, as well as those of his wife Komel and their 5-year-old daughter were also found in what appeared to be a murder-suicide.
Crowley, a former soldier, had appeared several times on the Alex Jones show, and was making progress towards finishing his film “Gray State.” The movie was about the perils of living under martial law and had been crowdfunded by the website Indiegogo.
His death came as a surprise to many, and most people who knew him couldn’t believe he would do something like this.