Author Archives: Joe from MassPrivateI

America Commits Acts of Terrorism—Why Is That So Hard to Understand?

AlterNet – by Vijay Prashad A few years ago, I asked a retired Iraqi Air Force officer what it felt like to be bombed periodically by the United States in the 1990s. Whenever US President Bill Clinton felt irritated, I … Continue reading

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Alabama Senate Passes Constitutional Carry

Tenth Amendment Center – by Mike Maharrey MONTGOMERY, Ala. (April 20, 2017) – On Tuesday, the Alabama Senate passed a “Constitutional Carry” bill that would eliminate the requirement to obtain a permit in order to lawfully carry.  Passage into law would … Continue reading

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Berkeley Co. deputies release dash cam video in fatal motorcycle pursuit

LIVE 5 News The Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office released dash cam video of a high-speed chase that ended with the death of a motorcyclist Wednesday night. The motorcyclist, Robert Lee Clark, Jr., 30, of Goose Creek, was declared dead at … Continue reading

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Video released in Boyes Hot Springs police beating case

Press Democrat – by Paul Payne Video released Wednesday provides the first public glimpse of a violent encounter last fall between a Boyes Hot Springs man and a Sonoma County sheriff’s deputy, who was later charged with beating the man … Continue reading

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Sports stadiums spy on everyone’s instant messages, Tweets and sentiments

MassPrivateI A recent article in Motherboard reveals how sports stadiums are spying on everyone’s instant messages, Tweets and sentiments. (I couldn’t find any pictures of a U.S. sport stadium security room, so I posted one of a 2014 World Cup … Continue reading

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Hose Heroes?

Eric Peters Autos – by Eric Law enforcers aren’t “heroes”  . . .  but what about firemen? Are they Hose Heroes? People are pressured to regard them as such. Much as they are pressured to genuflect, North Korean funeral-style, before the … Continue reading

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Secret Hospital Inspections May Become Public at Last

ProPublica – by Charles Ornstein The public could soon get a look at confidential reports about errors, mishaps and mix-ups in the nation’s hospitals that put patients’ health and safety at risk, under a groundbreaking proposal from federal health officials. … Continue reading

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UN child sex ring left victims but no arrests

AP – by Paisley Dodds PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — In the ruins of a tropical hideaway where jetsetters once sipped rum under the Caribbean sun, the abandoned children tried to make a life for themselves. They begged and scavenged for … Continue reading

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Oregon gun control bills get bipartisan support — and opposition

Oregon Live – by Anna Marum SALEM — Oregonians from across the political spectrum packed into the state Capitol Monday to testify on bills to limit some Oregonians’ access to guns, including people who show signs they’re suicidal or who … Continue reading

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Facial Recognition Software Fast Tracked For U.S. Airports

IB Times – by AJ Dellinger The Donald Trump administration is planning to expand the use of biometric facial recognition systems at airports around the United States. News of the expansion comes from U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s Larry Panetta, … Continue reading

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New Law Could Eliminate Informed Consent for Human Experimentation with Vaccines and Drugs

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Congressman Walks Off Stage During Oroville Town Hall

CBS Sacramento – by Drew Bollea OROVILLE (CBS13) — The boos and shouts of displeasure started during the introduction of Rep. Doug LaMalfa (R-Richvale) at his town hall meeting in Oroville. For nearly two hours, the crowd at the State … Continue reading

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The Military Complex Has Taken Control Of The White House

The Daily Coin “The astonishing reinvention of Donald Trump:”  Washingtonians are still puzzling at the speed with which the man who promised to “drain the swamp” has come to bask in its approval. In the past 10 days, Mr Trump has … Continue reading

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IRS Hires Private Debt Collection Agencies to Collect Unpaid Taxes

Economic Collapse News – by Andrew Moran You won’t just be receiving a call from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) moving forward, but also from debt collectors. The tax collection agency has contracted out the task of pursuing unpaid taxes. … Continue reading

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Louisiana teen arrested for cursing in front of elderly woman

Fox 59 WEST MONROE, La. – An 18-year-old man was reportedly arrested for cursing near a 75-year-old woman in Louisiana. Jared Dylan Smith was booked into jail on a disturbing the peace through language and disorderly conduct charge on April … Continue reading

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Student Says Campus Police Roughed Him Up

Courthouse News – by Matthew Renda SAN JOSE, Calif. (CN) – A student filed a federal lawsuit against campus police at California State University, San Jose, claiming officers roughed him up and then yelled at him to “stop bleeding all … Continue reading

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Michigan Appeals Court Turns Dim Tail Lights Into A Crime

The Newspaper A three-judge panel of the Michigan Court of Appeals decided Tuesday to expand the ability of police to stop and search motorists by declaring it unlawful to have a “dim” tail light. The decision was made in the … Continue reading

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The “Hero” Problem

Eric Peters Autos – by Eric When the state and its media bullhorns refer to armed government workers – law enforcers – as “heroes,” it’s a sign the hour is getting late. When most people don’t draw back and spit … Continue reading

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MIT professor exposes ‘egregious error’ & evidence tampering in US report on Syria sarin incident

RT A closer look at photos from the town of Khan Shaykhun shows that the chemical attack site was tampered with and that the US report blaming the Syrian government can’t be true, says the MIT professor skeptical of the … Continue reading

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Police UAV supplier reveals how police lie to politicians and the public

MassPrivateI According to ‘DartDrones’, Police departments should make it their priority to lie convince the public to accept UAV’s or surveillance drones. “Many people see stories about drone surveillance and become nervous about being spied on. Your [police departments] goal is to reduce these fears … Continue reading

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