The U.S. military has canceled a pretrial hearing for suspects in the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks. A defense department spokesman said the hearing, originally scheduled for Aug. 24 to Sept. 4, was canceled by the military judge.

Off The Grid It’s utterly ridiculous that they are being tired by the military in the first place. Is Khalid Sheikh Mohammed a member of any countries military? No. He should be tried in civilian courts. This is total George Bush bullshit. The fact is that crimes were committed in New York so therefore the

The federal government wants you to review it on Yelp. Don’t do it. It won’t change anything.

Jen Hobbs People have been leaving unofficial Yelp reviews for the TSA and various dreadful DMVs and post offices around the U.S. for a while now, but now the government says it’s going to start reading those reviews.  According to Gizmodo.com,  “Yelp has started a partnership with the federal government to create review pages for a variety of government-run places

Two former banking industry debt collectors had a change of heart following the Occupy Wall Street movement. Now, they spend their days forgiving debt for those with outrageous medical bills through their company, RIP Medical Debt.

Brigida Santos As reported by Truth-Out, former debt collectors, Jerry Ashton and Craig Antico, are buying medical debt on the open market and then abolishing it with no strings attached. The duo has already reportedly gotten rid of about $400,000 worth of medical debt for those in need. Now, they are aiming to raise another $177,600, which will reportedly get rid

Imagine a world where clicks equal dollars. Where likes and shares not only feed our egos, but also our children. A world where retweets and comments satisfy our inner desire to be accepted and liked, and pay our mortgages. Or do we live in that world already?

Mike Rylander With all the noise the recent CAA-signing of “Instagram star” Fat Jew made, or the continual noise other social media superstars make, or the spontaneous celebrity status that a good viral video can bestow on any schmuck with a cellphone and a YouTube account, there is a strong case to be made that

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has sent troops to the South Korean border and declared a ‘semi-state of war.’ This comes one day after the two countries reportedly exchanged artillery fire over South Korean propaganda.

Brigida Santos The conflict reportedly escalated Thursday when Kim Jong Un demanded that South Korea stop its activities of blasting anti-Pyongyang messages through loud speakers it had aimed at North Korea.  When the South didn’t comply, the Northern military reportedly fired at the speakers, violating a ceasefire agreement previously made between the two nations. The South fired back in response and then the dictator issued a strict warning:

Want to end gun violence? End guns. We treat guns like toys then can’t understand why they’re misused. It’s time to take the children’s toys away.

Alex Logan I learned more about politics from Jesse Ventura in the year I worked in the Off The Grid Command Center than I did in my preceding quarter century on Earth.  The Governor’s direct, no-bullshit approach to expressing himself and his opinions is a quality to be envied in any man, and I’ve agreed

The latest issue being addressed during the 2016 presidential race involves birthright citizenship. Children born in the US are currently given ‘citizen’ status even if their parents are illegal aliens.

Off The Grid GOP candidates like Donald Trump have introduced the idea of ending birthright citizenship and even revoking it for millions of people. What do you think? Should we stop giving children of illegal immigrants birthright citizenship? Answer the poll below and give us your thoughts in the comments.  Close

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 Patrick Bleaney asks: You have said for years that it doesn’t matter who the leader is because their allegiance is to the party (or gang). Why is Sanders different? Jesse Says: Related Story Jesse Ventura Says He Will Never Use This Term Sanders is different because he’s not a part of the Democratic

The country that put men on the moon failed to rescue people during a flood.

Jen Hobbs Millennials have little faith in the government, the media, and the American justice system. Anyone who remembers Hurricane Katrina and FEMA’s incompetence can understand why. This week marks ten years after Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath. During the hurricane, a faulty levee system bucked and flooded 80 percent of New Orleans with water, leaving thousands of people without homes.  

U.S. tax revenues are at a record high. Over $2.67 trillion has come in so far this fiscal year, according to the latest Treasury Department report. The burden of who pays the bulk of U.S. taxes has shifted over time from companies to individuals.

Off The Grid Since corporations are individuals, why not have them pay an individual tax rate the same way people do? They want to be people? Let’s take it the whole route and make them people then. The point of the matter is that corporations are controlling the government and thus, are paying less. When