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Enjoy our LIVE team coverage of tonight’s #CNBCGOPDebate with Jesse Ventura’s #OffTheGrid team, Larry King’s #PoliticKING team & The Rubin Report.
Off The Grid Follow along in real time as Jesse Ventura’s #OffTheGrid team joins forces with Larry King’s #PoliticKING team & The Rubin Report to comment on tonight’s CNBC’s #GOPDebate in Colorado. Tweets from https://twitter.com/OraTV/lists/orapolitics1 Related Story WATCH: @RubinReport’s LIVE #OraPolitics Team Coverage of CNBC #GOPDebate YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: Donald Trump Does His First Podcast EVER (PoliticKING) POLL: Who
Alex Logan The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA) passed 74 to 21 in the Senate yesterday. 74 to 21! Yet, 54% of you claim to be against NSA surveillance. So what does this mean? Our senators are NOT representing the people who voted them into office! CISA will allow voluntary sharing of heretofore private information
Officer was reportedly responding to a domestic disturbance call when the car struck and killed a pedestrian. No, the police car’s lights and sirens were not activated at the time.
Off The Grid A Michigan patrol officer was allegedly driving 30 miles above the speed limit in response to a domestic disturbance call when he hit and killed a pedestrian, Kimberly Bedford, age 48. Neither his siren nor his lights were on. The 52-year-old cop, Eugene Anderson Jr., according to local reports, was a seven-year veteran
Off The Grid Everyone knows that if you walk into a senators office and offer them money for a favor, youre both going to jail. However if you offer access to an IPO (Initial Public Offering), it is completely legal. After Congress passed STOCK Act in 2011, congressional insider trading, legally, should have come to
Jen Hobbs Between the IRS possessing Stingray cellphone surveillance gear and police departments such as the NYPD being caught using x-ray fans to search the public without probable cause, people are searching for a way to genuinely keep personal information private without tipping off the authorities or compromising the ease and convenience of modern technology.
Pharma executive Martin Shkreli is furious at Bernie Sanders for refusing his donation. Instead, Bernie donated the $2,700 to an HIV clinic.
Off The Grid Its wonderful that Bernie did this. I have no problem with the government stepping in and controlling the prices of drugs. I dont think healthcare should be a for-profit business. I dont think the heads of these healthcare industries should be making millions of dollars a year off people’s health. Related Story
After a sharp increase in public outrage, the number of indictments for police killings this year has more than doubled the national average.
Off The Grid The upsurge in outrage over police violence in recent years, has apparently resulted in quantifiable change. So far this year, more police officers have been convicted for killings in the U.S. than ever before. Many attribute this change to The Black Lives Matter movement which was born out of the events in
It’s time again to answer questions from you, my vigilant fans! Got a question for the Governor? Sound off at Ora.tv/OffTheGrid.
Off The Grid Judy Dahlgren from MI asks: Hi Jesse, just wondering if you think the mainstream media is blacking out Bernie Sanders campaign and it’s growing popularity? Jesse Says:Absolutely. They did the same thing to me during my campaign. They downplayed it. Yet, everywhere I went in Minnesota the crowds were overflowing. Everywhere Bernie
Planned Parenthood continues to be attacked by Republicans looking to defund the organization claiming that they don’t want their tax-dollars funding abortion.
Off The Grid People need to understand something about Planned Parenthood: only 3% goes to abortions. They provide birth control. Correct me if Im wrong, but shouldnt people who oppose abortion, support birth control? With birth control, you wouldnt need to get an abortion. Seems logical, maybe thats the problem. Related Story Jesse Ventura Says He
Despite five investigations into his illegal retaliations, the commander of Naval Special Warfare Command is poised for advancement.
Alex Logan The Washington Post reports that Rear Admiral Brian L. Losey was investigated five times by the Defense Departments inspector general after subordinates complained that he had wrongly fired, demoted or punished them during a vengeful but fruitless hunt for the person who had anonymously reported him for a minor travel-policy infraction. The inspector