Troy Goode, 30, was a chemical engineer and married father of one from Cordova, Tennessee, who suffered from asthma.After attending a concert this past Saturday, he died while in police custody.

Off The Grid According to reports, Troy Goode, who suffered from asthma and carried an inhaler, died after allegedly being hogtied and placed facedown on a stretcher by police following a Widespread Panic concert in Mississippi. The Goode family attorney claims a witness overheard Troy telling police could not breathe.   Related Story Off The Grid: Prison Inmates

Have you heard of this story? Probably not. Big Media and U.S. law enforcement doesn’t like to talk about alleged Christian terrorists, who also happen to be white and former congressional candidates.

Off The Grid Imagine this scenario for a moment: an older, radicalized man using social media attempts to recruit motivated, like-minded individuals to help him utterly destroy an American town in order to get the attention of the American people.His plot calls for the burning down of the town’s religious institution along with its school

New York lawmakers are warning that victims of the 9/11 attacks could lose financial support as soon as next year if Congress doesn’t renew the financial aid fund.

Off The Grid The September 11th Victim Compensation Fund will expire in October 2016, according to a report by The Hill, if Congress doesn’t reauthorize it.   What’s worse?  Only a quarter of the compensation claims have reportedly been resolved to this date.   Related Story Off The Grid: Prison Inmates May Soon Be Getting Federal Money for College

ABC15 Investigators reports Officer Doug Rose of the Chandler, Arizona Police Department, illegally entered the home of Esmeralda Rossi and arrested her while she was naked.

Brigida Santos Reports claim Rossi had been in the shower when officers showed up at her home to check up on a phone call they say they received earlier regarding an argument between Rossi and her estranged husband.  “I was in the shower,” Rossi told ABC15 Investigators. “My daughter came to the shower and said there are two

The Miami Herald’s Julie K. Brown reports that a prison guard, who blew the whistle on inmate abuse at the facility he worked at, is now paying the price for doing so.

Off The Grid In a detailed report published in the Miami Herald, reporter Julie K. Brown unveils the injustice and fallout a prison guard faced after he blew the whistle on the correctional facility he was stationed at.  According to Brown,  John Pisciotta was an officer at the Charlotte Correctional Institution in Punta Gorda, Florida, for the last

Revisionist history: Senator Lindsey Graham incorrectly claimed that “all the hijackers who attacked us on 9/11 were visa overstays” during CNN interview.

Jen Hobbs First off, if you want to know the truth about the 9/11 hijackers, Senator Bob Graham — the former chair of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence who wrote the 9/11 report — is the source to go to. You can watch his Off The Grid interview here: Related Story Saudi Prince’s Deviant, Disgusting,

Last week, researchers in Israel found that cannabidiol (CBD)– an element of marijuana that does not get people high – improved the healing process in rats with broken leg bones after eight weeks.

Jen Hobbs That’s right, America, let’s keep hiding our heads in the sand. We’ve clearly stopped using our brains when it comes to treating ailments with marijuana, so why start now?  From literally a cure for cancer to healing broken bones, scientists in Israel have researched and proven the medical benefits of this plant.  For those who don’t know (because it’s not commonly

Mic.Com reports that in 47 out of 50 states, American police officers have killed at least one person so far this year. In some states, the number of officer-involved homicides dwarfs numbers from entire countries.

Brigida Santos The map below shows data compiled by collaborative organization, Mapping Police Violence, which aims to quantify the impact of police violence on communities.  Related Story Cop Punches 8 Month Pregnant Woman in the Stomach So far, there have been 605 deaths from police violence in the United States from January 1 and July 10 this year.  Last

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 Pascucci from Texas asks: It is almost impossible to convince people not to vote for democrats or republicans, how can we convince the masses to stop voting for these people? Related Story Jesse Ventura Sounds Off on Obama Rejecting the Keystone Pipeline Jesse Says: Just tell them to look at

Rand Paul reportedly became the first major Presidential candidate to raise campaign money from the marijuana industry. So does this mean marijuana will be the next big political industry?

Brigida Santos The Washington Post shared an article this week revealing that 2016 Republican Presidential contender, Rand Paul, has become the first major presidential candidate to ever raise campaign money from the marijuana industry.  Related Story While Vets Vie for Medical Pot, VA Pays $142 Million in Bonuses Paul held a private fundraiser at the National Cannabis Industry Association’s

The Washington Post reports that police officers in the United States have shot and killed at least 500 people so far in 2015, according to a Washington Post analysis. While the FBI has never recorded more than 460 fatal police shootings in an entire year, The Post identified 463 such shootings in just the first six months of 2015.

Off The Grid   It’s amazing that the death penalty can be rendered that often for crimes that don’t warrant it. That’s really the meat of the argument here: that people are being put to death for things that don’t warrant the death penalty. I don’t know where to go on this, because clearly too

Off The Grid contributor Travis Irvine sounds off on The Donald’s surge in the polls. As Travis writes, “turns out loudmouthed, racist bigots would love to have a loudmouthed, racist bigot for president.”

Travis Irvine When billionaire real estate mogul Donald Trump first announced his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination on June 16th, many people scoffed.Clearly this was just another way for “The Donald” to keep his brand relevant — and as Jesse Ventura pointed out — get publicity.  Several on the left were pumped about Trump’s