U.S. Military Designing A.I. Missiles to Seek and Destroy Targets from 40 Miles Away

U.S. Military Designing A.I. Missiles to Seek and Destroy Targets from 40 Miles Away By Nicholas West Unlike my previous post that took a lighthearted look at the newest Robo-Dog on the market, which has a Doberman head filled with artificial intelligence, the U.S. Army’s newest plans for artificial intelligence aren’t even close to a laughing matter. The U.S. military has long been obsessed with integrating artificial intelligence into weapons of war, and it appears that they are getting closer to the full-scale rollout of these systems. A couple of…

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Wars and Domestic Massacres

Wars and Domestic Massacres By Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr. This past weekend, 22 people were killed in El Paso, Texas and 9 in Dayton, Ohio. There have been a number of other mass shootings in the past two decades or so; the largest was in Las Vegas in 2017, with 58 killed. This is sad, but it is a drop in the bucket compared to the real perpetrators of death in America—-the US military. It is been well-said that “it’s time for America to reckon with the staggering death toll…

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7 Hot Topics That Came Up During the Democratic Debates (and One Thing That Did Not)

7 Hot Topics That Came Up During the Democratic Debates (and One Thing That Did Not) By Jon Miltimore, Carey Wedler and Laura Williams The second round of presidential debates have come and gone, but familiar Democratic talking points remain largely consistent. A total of 19 candidates sparred over two nights on CNN—Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar, Beto O’Rourke, Tim Ryan, Steve Bullock, John Hickenlooper, and John Delaney on Tuesday; Michael Bennet, Joe Biden, Cory Booker, Julian Castro, Bill de Blasio, Tulsi Gabbard, Kamala Harris, Jay Inslee,…

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US Eyeing Militarization of Antarctic as Well as Arctic

US Eyeing Militarization of Antarctic as Well as Arctic By Andrea Germanos A top U.S. military general said Tuesday that the country will be looking at militarizing the Antarctic just as it has the Arctic. Air Force general Charles Brown, commander of Pacific Air Force, made the remarks in an address at The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies in Arlington, Virginia. Brown pointed to moves already made by Russia and China, a self-declared “near-Arctic state,” and noted both nations “have a presence in the Antarctic right now” as well as the Arctic.…

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U.S. Congress Bipartisan Vote For Pentagon To Be Investigated For Using Insects as a Biological Weapon

U.S. Congress Bipartisan Vote For Pentagon To Be Investigated For Using Insects as a Biological Weapon By Aaron Kesel In a real-life X-Files episode, United States House members are reportedly concerned in a bipartisan vote that the Pentagon may have unleashed biological weapons or entomological warfare in the form of ticks or other insects that caused the spread of Lyme disease. Roll Call, a congressional-focused newspaper reports that on July 11th the House secretly decided through a voice vote to support adding an amendment to the 2020 defense authorization bill that…

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U.S. Congress Bipartisan Vote For Pentagon To Be Investigated For Using Insects as a Biological Weapon

U.S. Congress Bipartisan Vote For Pentagon To Be Investigated For Using Insects as a Biological Weapon By Aaron Kesel In a real-life X-Files episode, United States House members are reportedly concerned in a bipartisan vote that the Pentagon may have unleashed biological weapons or entomological warfare in the form of ticks or other insects that caused the spread of Lyme disease. Roll Call, a congressional-focused newspaper reports that on July 11th the House secretly decided through a voice vote to support adding an amendment to the 2020 defense authorization bill that…

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Military Will Use Facial Recognition Goggles to Help Soldiers Identify People Through Weapons Systems

Military Will Use Facial Recognition Goggles to Help Soldiers Identify People Through Weapons Systems By Nicholas West Public resistance in the United States has finally begun to mount against the use of facial recognition systems due to privacy issues as well as documented inaccuracies. Even police departments have begun to dump the use of biometrics, particularly in the area of pre-crime algorithms that also have demonstrated the failures of artificial intelligence to be accurate enough for use in law enforcement. Also Read: Amazon Facial Rekognition Software Trial In Orlando Canceled…

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Pentagon Wants 16-Year-Old Kids to Fight the Empire’s Wars

Pentagon Wants 16-Year-Old Kids to Fight the Empire’s Wars By Kurt Nimmo The Pentagon is desperate. Far too many millennials are criminals, so luring them in to become the latest crop of bullet stoppers for the state is a nonstarter. Solution? Recruit 16 year olds. Most have yet graduated to petty and violent crime, although a lot of them are in video game training for a future of violence and self-destructive stupidity. It’s not being widely reported in the media. Recruiters are ready to go after tenth-graders. They are itching…

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Sorry, I Don’t Want to Pay for More Bombs: Bitcoin as a Hedge Against Funding War

Sorry, I Don’t Want to Pay for More Bombs: Bitcoin as a Hedge Against Funding War By Graham Smith After nearly two decades of U.S.-led coalition bombs falling on the Middle East, peace in the region still has not been achieved. Now the United States is once again bolstering military forces, this time in Saudi Arabia. Meanwhile, taxpayers in multiple countries are being forced to pay for these ill-fated and unethical campaigns, with little to no say in the matter. Bitcoin and cryptocurrency provide a means, however, to store and…

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The U.S. Is Staging Troops At A Key Saudi Military Base That It Used During All Previous Middle East Wars

The U.S. Is Staging Troops At A Key Saudi Military Base That It Used During All Previous Middle East Wars By Michael Snyder The U.S. military is following many of the exact same patterns that we witnessed during our previous wars in the Middle East, and that even includes setting up shop at a key military base deep in the heart of the Arabian peninsula. After the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003, the U.S. military abandoned Prince Sultan Air Base in Saudi Arabia, but now they are back.  Hundreds…

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