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

The new Blackphone 2 is designed to protect you from snooping governments and hackers

Jen Hobbs Between the IRS possessing Stingray cellphone surveillance gear and police departments such as the NYPD being caught using x-ray fans to search the public without probable cause, people are searching for a way to genuinely keep personal information private without tipping off the authorities or compromising the ease and convenience of modern technology.

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

Pharma executive Martin Shkreli is furious at Bernie Sanders for refusing his donation. Instead, Bernie donated the $2,700 to an HIV clinic.

Off The Grid It’s wonderful that Bernie did this. I have no problem with the government stepping in and controlling the prices of drugs. I don’t think healthcare should be a for-profit business. I don’t think the heads of these healthcare industries should be making millions of dollars a year off people’s health. Related Story

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

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

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

Smilin’ Joe Won’t Pursue Presidential Nomination in 2016; Already Overcrowded Race Lets Out Sigh of Relief

Alex Logan Despite CNN’s unofficial endorsement of Hillary (although I’d call half a million dollars in donations pretty damn “official”), the scuttlebutt at the recent Democratic Presidential Debate was all about “To Joe or Not to Joe.” CNN even kept an “emergency lectern” at the ready in case the Vice President decided to swing in