Author Archives: Joe from MassPrivateI

Frightening Stuff Hidden in Your Street Light?

Liberty Nation – by Laura Valkovic Such a benign and banal part of the urban landscape that city-dwellers may not even notice them, street lights are useful for brightening up a road and not much else – or so you … Continue reading

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Ring & Law Enforcement Use Walk Lights And Flood Lights To Spread Fear

MassPrivateI I thought that after writing two articles about the dangers of purchasing Ring doorbells, there could not possibly be anything else to warn people about, but boy was I mistaken. Big Brother has found a new way to spread fear and … Continue reading

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What’s That In the Sky? An Army Robot Zeppelin

National Interest – by Michael Peck Balloons have been a military tool since the American Civil War. Though displaced by 1918 by their newfangled, heavier-than-air cousin, the airplane, they have since made a comeback in the twenty-first century as surveillance … Continue reading

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Corporations are now in charge of American values, you will be assimilated

Independent Sentinel – by S. Nobel The globalist corporations including the Big Techs now own us. Large corporations no longer respond to the free market since they are rich and powerful monopolies. They are Big Brother. If you don’t conform to … Continue reading

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A judge in Wayne County resigns after being accused of making inappropriate remarks

WXXI News – by Randy Gorbman A judge in Wayne County has resigned while facing an accusation about making inappropriate remarks about the law and defendants several years ago. The New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct says those statements … Continue reading

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Nevada Legislature gives final approval for ‘red flag’ gun bill

NBC 3 LV CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Nevada lawmakers have given final approval to a firearm safety bill offering a way to take guns away from a person considered to be at risk for violence. The Assembly on Saturday approved … Continue reading

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Cops Arrest Man for not Showing ID while Sitting outside Library using its Wifi

News Maven – by Nathan Dimoff A Denver man uploaded a video to YouTube on May 28 of an interaction he had with Denver police where he was arrested for sitting outside a library using the library’s wifi. Anthony Clark … Continue reading

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That major Google outage meant some Nest users couldn’t unlock doors or use the AC

Fast Company – by Michael Grothaus If you’re a Google user, you probably noticed some trouble last night when trying to access Google-owned services. Last night, Google reported several issues with its Cloud Platform, which made several Google sites slow or … Continue reading

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“Wide-Scale Consumer Fraud:” Walmart Sued For Selling Fake Medicine

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden A new lawsuit by the Center for Inquiry (CFI) alleges Walmart is “committing wide-scale consumer fraud and endangering the health of its customers through its sale and marketing of homeopathic medicines.” The lawsuit was filed in the … Continue reading

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Bars & Nightclubs Use A Secret Biometric Blacklist To Ban Customers

MassPrivateI Have you ever had too much to drink at a bar or nightclub and been asked to leave? Have you or your friends ever mouthed off to the staff or been hit on by a bartender? Have you ever Yelped or … Continue reading

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Video shows now-indicted Cuyahoga County Jail supervisor pepper-spray inmate strapped in chair

Cleveland.com – by Adm Ferrise CLEVELAND, Ohio — A Cuyahoga County jail supervisor charged with a second-degree felony was suspended 15 days for pepper-spraying an inmate while she was strapped to a restraint chair. The terms of Idris-Farid Clark’s suspension … Continue reading

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Cop Pulls Man out of Car after Man tells him he is Legally Carrying

News Maven – by Carlos Miller The Dallas County sheriff’s deputy pulled the man over for a broken tail light. UPDATE: Turns out, the above video is from March 14, 2015. The name of the driver is Quincy Blakeley. He was convicted … Continue reading

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How Texas Fell in Love With Israel — and Then Trampled on the Constitution

The Intercept – by Alex Kane, Nashwa Bawab ON THE AFTERNOON of April 19, 2018, a group of Texas Republicans received an email confirming their upcoming all-expenses-paid trips to Israel. An orientation packet filled with background on their destination “for reading … Continue reading

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Business Owners Bring Free Speech Lawsuit Against “Mural Police”

Institute for Justice – by Conor Beck Last fall, August “Augie” Kersten, co-owner of the Lonesome Dove saloon in Mandan, North Dakota, decided to brighten up his building with a mural. Other businesses in town have murals, and Augie thought … Continue reading

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Police To Use TSA-Style Scanners To Spy On People In Public Places

MassPrivateI TSA-style body scanners are coming to public spaces, and that should scare the hell out of everyone. If you thought the NYPD’s Z-Backscatter vans and police mini-Z’s were intrusive, you have not seen anything yet. 

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Contracts Reveal How the DEA Exercises Control Over Television, Film Productions

Mint Press News – by Tom Secker Nearly 200 pages of Drug Enforcement Administration contracts with producers were obtained through the Freedom of Information Act. They show for the first time how the agency interacts with television and film productions. … Continue reading

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This Outer Banks town has a public beach – but will arrest you for walking to it

Charlotte Observer – by Mark Price The quaint Outer Banks town of Duck issued a stark warning this week to anyone who dares walk to its public beaches.: You could end up charged with trespassing. One man found that out the hard … Continue reading

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MOCs and Conceptual Thinking

Eric Peters Autos When someone does something wrong, punish everyone who hasn’t done it yet. This is the new American legal doctrine – which seems to be based on the very old doctrine expressed by Papal Legate Arnaud Amalric, who … Continue reading

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The Weaponization of Social Media

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“Wikipedia is a broken system,” says co-founder Larry Sanger

150Sec – by Sophie Foggin Reading a Wikipedia entry about Wikipedia itself seems strange. But where else on the web would an average internet user go for digestible, encyclopedia-style content? With its entries almost always topping Google search results, Wikipedia … Continue reading

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