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

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

Imprimis Pharmaceuticals, Inc. is producing an alternative to the life-saving drug Daraprim, and the company will sell the pill at about $1 per pill, or $99 for a 100-capsule bottle — a huge savings for a medication that currently costs $750 per pill.

Jen Hobbs If there’s a CEO who might benefit from a maximum wage cap, Martin Shkreli of Turing Pharmaceuticals should be at the top of the list. Turing Pharmaceuticals has yet to lower the price of Daraprim, as promised. Last month, we reported that the company raised the price of this life-saving drug from $13.50 per

Medical marijuana dispensaries win the battle against what has been determined as an illegal federal crackdown.

Jen Hobbs Medical marijuana patients, their doctors, and medical marijuana dispensaries had a big win this week against the federal government’s war on marijuana. A federal court in California ruled that the DEA’s interpretation of a recent medical marijuana bill “defies language and logic,” “tortures the plain meaning of the statute” and is “at odds with

Joe and Jim are out, Hillary faced off against Republicans and Democrats, and Sen. Bernie Sanders is the best thing since the 40-hour work week — but how exactly will the race turn out?

Travis Irvine It sure has been an eventful few weeks for the Democratic party. Last week’s debate on CNN was the first real look into their nomination race, all the candidates were hilariously lampooned on Saturday Night Live, former Sen. Jim Webb dropped out, Vice President Joe Biden said he wouldn’t run and Hillary Clinton

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 Department’s 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

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 I’m wrong, but shouldn’t people who oppose abortion, support birth control?  With birth control, you wouldn’t need to get an abortion. Seems logical, maybe that’s the problem. Related Story Jesse Ventura Says He

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

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