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 John McCarthy from Illinois asks: You have said that ending involvement in Middle East Wars is your single issue for the 2016 campaign, so why would you consider running with Trump when he is trying to sink the peace deal with Iran? Jesse Says: Related Story Jesse Ventura Says He Will Never

Off The Grid and #OraPolitics are on the front lines for the Republican debate, which is being held tonight at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library.

Off The Grid The Off The Grid team along with #OraPolitics is in Simi Valley, Calif. today, preparing to cover the second GOP debate at the Reagan Library. With Reagan’s Air Force One serving as the evening’s set, Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Jeb Bush, Ted Cruz, Scott Walker, Marco Rubio, Mike Huckabee, Carly Fiorina, John

Governor Rick “Oops” Perry — a man who is more than just a pair of smart glasses — has dropped out of the hilariously crowded 2016 presidential race. Well, he’s calling it “suspending” his campaign, not dropping out.

Alex Logan Governor Rick “Oops” Perry — a man who is more than just a pair of smart glasses — has dropped out of the hilariously crowded 2016 presidential race. Well, he’s calling it “suspending” his campaign, not dropping out. Slate reports that the Texas governor, who refused affordable healthcare for the citizens of his

Advocates are pushing for legalization of marijuana on the 2016 ballot. The Florida Cannabis Act would regulate marijuana the same as alcohol is regulated.

Kanika Lal Recreational marijuana advocates are pushing for an initiative on the 2016 ballot that would grant Florida residents the right to vote on legalizing pot. The Florida Cannabis Act would allow anyone 21 and older to purchase and possess up to one ounce of marijuana. Adults could also grow up to six cannabis plants

The Office of Personnel Management recently admitted to underestimating the amount of fingerprints stolen in last summer’s cyberattack, concluding 5.6 million were hacked.

Kanika Lal Federal government officials state 5.6 million fingerprints were stolen in last summer’s cyberattacks, five times the 1.1. million previously estimated. The Office of Personnel Management revealed the information in its latest press release, and also said that this new information does not affect the already-estimated number of federal employees who had their personal

Jeb Bush’s new tax plan would cut individual income taxes for almost all Americans. Although, more than half the dollar value of the tax cuts would go to 1 percent of the population — the richest 1 percent.

Off The Grid What do you expect to get from a pig but a grunt? Just look at where his donations come from. It is a case of bribery, but they just call it campaign contributions. Whoever gives them their big campaign contributions, gets to eat at the trough. This is a classic example of

If you’re a resident of New York, New Hampshire, Minnesota, Louisiana, or American Samoa you’ll need a passport to travel by airplane within the United States as of 2016. The exact date hasn’t been announced yet.

Jen Hobbs Time.com reports that this new policy is a result of The Real ID Act, which was passed by Congress in 2005. Seven years later, the Department of Homeland Security is ready to enforce the legislation. Here’s what you need to know: The Real ID Act is“a counterterrorism measure to standardize the reliability and