More Than 4 Times as Many Police Officers Killed Themselves Than Were Shot in 2019

More Than 4 Times as Many Police Officers Killed Themselves Than Were Shot in 2019 By Matt Agorist In 2019, according to the Officer Down Memorial Page, 47 police officers were shot, 7 killed in a vehicular assault, and three died from assault. Another 77 cops died as a result of car crashes, heart attacks, and illnesses. Absent from the database of fallen officers, however, are the 228 cops who ended their own watch. This number is a giant leap from the year before and the fourth consecutive year that…

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Smart City Planners Confirm Bluetooth and WiFi Devices Transmit Data Even When Disconnected

Smart City Planners Confirm Bluetooth and WiFi Devices Transmit Data Even When Disconnected By B.N. Frank According to a 2018 survey, 66% of Americans don’t want to live in “Smart Cities” because of privacy and cybersecurity concerns.  Another downside – “Smart Cities” require countless wireless radiation transmitting devices operating 24/7.  Many Americans object to being involuntarily exposed to harmful radiation.  No safe level of wireless radiation has been determined for children or pregnant women.  American Academy of Pediatrics and other health experts also warn that children are more vulnerable…

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Cyberattacks Against North Dakota Government Averaged 15 Million Per Month Last Year

Cyberattacks Against North Dakota Government Averaged 15 Million Per Month Last Year By Sean Walton Attempted cyberattacks against North Dakota’s state government nearly tripled last year, according to the Grand Forks Herald. Shawn Riley, North Dakota’s chief information officer and head of the information technology department, said there were more than 15 million cyberattacks against the state’s government per month in 2019, a 300 percent increase since 2018. In 2018, there were about 5 million attempted cyberattacks per month. These figures aren’t surprising, however. Local governments nationwide have seen an…

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New Bill to Allow Cops to Detain Citizens, Force Them to Explain Who They Are, What They’re Doing

New Bill to Allow Cops to Detain Citizens, Force Them to Explain Who They Are, What They’re Doing By Matt Agorist Kentucky — An ominous bill that is currently making its way through the Kentucky Senate aims to give police unprecedented unconstitutional powers. These new powers will allow cops to stop anyone they want and demand that person tell them who they are, where they are going, and explain their actions. Naturally, it has civil rights advocates up in arms, but it doesn’t seem to be slowing down the bill’s…

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Live Updates: Thousands Descend on Massive Gun Rights Rally in Virginia

Live Updates: Thousands Descend on Massive Gun Rights Rally in Virginia By Aaron Kesel Update: 10:41 a.m. EST — Luke Rudkowski of We Are Change is experiencing live streaming issues with YouTube. He has switched over to Facebook live. News2Share’s Ford Fischer is experiencing similar issues on Facebook but is providing updates on Twitter. The #Richmond2ARally is by far the biggest conservative-leaning or pro-gun event I’ve ever filmed. #RichmondVA pic.twitter.com/B310Ak8iLE — Ford Fischer (@FordFischer) January 20, 2020 Update: 9:54 a.m. EST — Derrick Broze is charging up his battery and…

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Does a Tech-Free Vacation Sounds Like Paradise? 6 Resorts Worth Considering

Does a Tech-Free Vacation Sounds Like Paradise? 6 Resorts Worth Considering By B.N. Frank Do you need a break from tech?  Are you tired of everybody and their grandmas being glued to screens?  Are you sick of or sick from 24/7 exposure to sources of biologically harmful cell phone and WiFi radiation that disrupt your blood-brain barrier, increase your cancer risk, cause a multitude of other undesirable symptoms and conditions (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6) and could eventually disable you, your children, and even your pets? If you…

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Richmond 2A Rallygoers To Be Corralled Into “Chain-Link Pen” With Only One Way In And Out

Richmond 2A Rallygoers To Be Corralled Into “Chain-Link Pen” With Only One Way In And Out By Chris Menahan Folks attending the Second Amendment rally at the Capitol grounds in Richmond, Virginia on Monday will be barred from exercising their Second Amendment rights and corralled into a chain-link “pen” with only one entrance and exit. From The Washington Post: This is what it looks like inside the rally zone. pic.twitter.com/DRIAYISToL — Ford Fischer (@FordFischer) January 19, 2020 Outside the Capitol, authorities used tall chain-link barriers to create a pie-shaped pen…

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Stock Market More Overpriced and Perilous Than Anytime in History

Stock Market More Overpriced and Perilous Than Anytime in History By David Haggith I’m not going to predict when and how the US stock market will crash as I did by laying out the stages of its fall for 2018. That was easy, but the times are different now. Back then, the Fed had laid out a precise schedule for its tightening, and it was apparent to me where the big increases in Fed tightening would be sufficient to bring down the market that the Fed had artificially rigged. Today,…

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