The Guardian reports that Chicago police “disappeared” more than 7,000 people at an off-the-books interrogation warehouse in the city where attorneys were rarely allowed visitation rights to their clients.

Off The Grid This is despicable. Every government employee in this country needs to re-read the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.  What happened moral compass?  When crap like this happens in our country, it happens underneath the noses of our elected officials.  I say it’s time to clean house. Related Story Jesse Ventura Says He

Hillary Clinton’s testimony at the Benghazi Select Committee was exhausting but ultimately beneficial for her credibility and campaign.

Off The Grid After 11 hours of testimony, Hillary Clinton’s Benghazi hearing finally came to an unceremonious close. The former Secretary of State answered every single question tirelessly and without hesitation. As the spotlight volleyed between Republicans and Democrats, the line of questioning followed suit. Chairman Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) set the bar low for decorum

Smilin’ Joe Won’t Pursue Presidential Nomination in 2016; Already Overcrowded Race Lets Out Sigh of Relief

Alex Logan Despite CNN’s unofficial endorsement of Hillary (although I’d call half a million dollars in donations pretty damn “official”), the scuttlebutt at the recent Democratic Presidential Debate was all about “To Joe or Not to Joe.” CNN even kept an “emergency lectern” at the ready in case the Vice President decided to swing in

For the first time, Ohio residents will vote on legalizing recreational and medical marijuana at the same time. One of the issues up for a vote would allow commercial marijuana cultivation on only 10 farms, which are all owned by investors who back said issue.

Off The Grid If it is legalized, what right does the government have to intervene and say who can and can’t grow it to make money off of it? What you’ve got happening here is simple: this is the corporate takeover of the marijuana business. I think marijuana is going to eventually become legalized in

The Associated Press reports that Napster co-founder and Facebook’s first president, Sean Parker, is backing a new ballot initiative to legalize recreational marijuana in the Golden State.

Off The Grid According to the Associated Press’ anonymous sources, tech investor Sean Parker, of Napster and Facebook fame, is spearheading a campaign to raise money to legalize recreational marijuana in the state of California. The AP states that the sources remain anonymous because “they were not authorized to discuss Parker’s involvement or to name the other

UPDATE to this story: Turns out, the list released on Saturday that named senators and mayors among those affiliated with the KKK was in fact NOT released by Anonymous, or so the group now claims.

Off The Grid UPDATE: As reported by Raw Story, Anonymous denies it has any connection to the list of names published Saturday on the website Pastebin. Most of the politicians included on the list—four Republican senators, four Democratic mayors and a Republican mayor—have also denied the claims.This is what we know, as reported by Maxim:

Jimmy LaSalvia, former director of programs and policy for Log Cabin Republicans, tells us why he decided to pack-up and leave the Republican party — and why we should end the duopoly altogether.

Jimmy LaSalvia After spending most of my life and professional career as a conservative activist and openly gay Republican strategist, working in the trenches of the culture-wars, I decided to leave the Republican Party.  I made a public statement when I made that decision in 2014, and my announcement received a lot of media attention.

On Saturday night, Jesse Ventura was on In Depth with Graham Bensinger.Out of the many interviews the Governor gives, this one in particular captured a candid side of him the media rarely sees. Here are some of the #OffTheGrid team’s favorite moments.

Off The Grid During his conversation with Graham Bensinger, Jesse Ventura opened up about the first movie he ever acted in: Predator. Here are 5 things you might not know about the film: 1.  Jesse’s 20-year habit of chewing tobacco helped him land the role of Blain Cooper in Predator. 2.  Claude Van Damme was fired