Off The Grid PBS’ Frontline just released new photographs taken on that fateful day of September 11th, 2001. The images show the Bush administration immediately during and following the attacks. According to PBS, coordinating producer Colette Neirouz Hanna for the Kirk Documentary Group (which often produces films for Frontline) acquired them through the Freedom of Information Act. Related
Lorenzo Davis, a Chicago investigator who determined that several civilian shootings by police officers were unjustified was
Off The Grid Here we have another whistleblower being destroyed. Typical. If you are going to go against the government, be prepared for its wrath. You will put yourself in their crosshairs and they can be brutal. Its obvious that there are a lot of shootings that are unwarranted. I think were up to about
Most Americans would support imposing a term limit on the nine U.S. Supreme Court justices, who now serve for life.
Off The Grid How can Congress put term limits on the judicial branch of government and not put them on themselves? Theres hypocrisy at its best. Why dont they lead by example and put term limits on themselves first, then they can worry about putting term limits in other places. I agree that no one
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 Netanya Lane from Ohio asks: Do you still believe the American Dream exist and why? If so, what is your American Dream? Jesse Says: Related Story Kate Steinle’s Killer Allegedly Used A Federal Agent’s Gun I still believe the American Dream exists and I still believe this is a country where you
The Washington Post reports the drug transaction that nearly led to the death of toddler Bou Bou Phonesavanh was for $50 worth of meth.
Jen Hobbs In May, we reported on probably one of the most horrific cases of police misconduct of 2013. In Habersham County, Georgia, a SWAT team reportedly wrongly invaded a home with a no knock warrant, nearly killing a 19-month-old baby boy named Bou Bou, and left the family with over $1 million in medical bills.
Famed physicist Stephen Hawking and Russian tycoon Yuri Milner held a news conference in London to announce their new project: injecting $100 million and a whole lot of brain power into the search for intelligent extraterrestrial life.
Off The Grid When I lay out here in the Baja and I look up and see the thousands upon thousands of stars, I believe we cant be the only ones inhabiting the universe. Of course theres other life forms out there. How arrogant do we have to be to believe thats not so? Thats
Over 1,000 artificial intelligence experts and researchers are demanding a ban on autonomous weapons that can engage targets “without human intervention.”
Off The Grid Tesla’s Elon Musk, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, and renowned physicist Stephen Hawking – along with more than 1,000 leading robotics experts and researchers – have signed an open letter calling for the ban of artificially intelligent and autonomous weaponry – ie, weapons that can kill “without human intervention,” so the letter states. The
Ralkina Jones was reportedly found dead in her jail cell in Cleveland Heights this past Sunday morning. Family claims to have called police repeatedly, to no avail.
Off The Grid According to The Independent, the police had accused Jones, age 37, of “striking her ex-husband in the arm with a tire iron outside of a Save-A-Lot food store” this past Friday. Police also state that Jones attempted to run her ex-husband over with her car, while her young daughter was in the
Sgt Erica Hay is getting a lot of attention after a photo of her sharing a meal with a homeless man went viral.
Off The Grid Lately, its been easy to forget that there are still some amazing police officers serving their communities. With many news stories revolving around police brutality and shootings, its nice to hear something positive once in a while. According to The Independent, Sgt Hay was caught on camera showing an act of kindness
The White House issued an official statement in response to a petition that has gathered more than 160,000 signatures requesting a pardon for Edward Snowden.
Off The Grid Its typical of what I would expect from them. In their official response they quote: “We have to make some important decisions about how to protect ourselves and sustain our leadership in the world, while upholding the civil liberties and privacy protections that our ideals and our Constitution require.” Instead of constructively
Alex Logan Donald Trump is so unlikable that there were even allegations he had to hire people for his own presidential candidacy announcement. Now if only he could pay people to vote for him, I might have a chance in the 2016 election (not really). Moments after his big announcement, the Donald, with a hairpiece
Obama really wants the Trans Pacific Partnership to pass. In fact, it seems like he wants it so badly that he might even be putting politics above facts.
Brigida Santos Reuters reports that the United States has bumped Malaysia up from a Tier 3 country to a Tier 2 country on the U.S. State Department’s annual human ‘Trafficking in Persons’ report in order to allegedly eliminate a barrier that would have kept Malaysia from being included in Trans Pacific Partnership negotiations. In addition to the United States, Malaysia