Ring, the Amazon-owned home security business, introduced a flying camera on Thursday that may excite home-surveillance fans but is almost certain to rankle privacy advocates.

The $250 drone, called Ring Always Home Cam, is among a slew of products unveiled during Amazon’s invitation-only online hardware event. Continue reading “Amazon’s Ring will sell a $250 security drone that flies around your home”


Washington (CNN)A federal judge on Friday ordered acting Bureau of Land Management Director William Perry Pendley to step aside, blocking him from exercising any more authority after finding that he has served unlawfully for more than 400 days.

Chief District Judge Brian Morris of the US District Court of Montana ruled that Pendley has served unlawfully for 424 days, in response to a lawsuit brought by Democratic Montana Gov. Steve Bullock and the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation. Morris additionally ruled Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt cannot pick another person to run the Bureau of Land Management as its acting head because that person must be appointed by the President and Senate-confirmed. Continue reading “Federal judge removes acting Bureau of Land Management director after finding he has served unlawfully for 424 days”

Just like wildfires in the pacific northwest, the flames are spreading fast as the murdering police begin to burn. Brianna Taylor speaks out from the grave, and it isn’t going to be pretty. Again, we hear about another commie cop shot in Louisville, KY. just after the Brianna Taylor grand jury protects her murderer.  


LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — Two Louisville Metro Police officers were shot Wednesday night in downtown Louisville amid protests in response to the Breonna Taylor decision, according to interim LMPD Chief Robert Schroeder.  Continue reading “2 LMPD officers shot in downtown Louisville sustain non-life-threatening injuries; suspect in custody”

Continue reading “Kootenai National Forest – Montana, 75 Degrees, Clear- Surrounded By Indian Reservations – Lakes Everywhere In This Area – Beautiful”

Trump, being the bullshit artist that he is, ran on one of many lies, one being we will fix America’s infrastructure. As you look around, that is not happening, yes there is a little road work being done, but as far as bridges buildings and waterways its basically crickets.

This is damaging as hell to the American National because as America deteriorates, so does our jobs. There are bridges falling apart in the midwest that when finally determined unsafe and close, traffic will have to be re-routed causing up to a four hour detour for commutes and truck freight routes, this while we have disappearing trillions of dollars. Continue reading “America Is Falling Apart, States Are Expected To Deal With Their Own Problems – The Commie Plan”

Living in a truck is conducive of bathing techniques that require small amounts of water. I CLEAN UP DAILY ON A HALF A GALLON. I stay just as clean as a ten minute shower.

Have your chlorine and your soap or detergent handy, pour a couple drops into your container along with whatever soap or detergent your using, this keeps things nice and sanitary. Dip in your rag, and go to it, when done, your cleaned up. Throw water out, and your basically clean enough to attend a mobster wedding bash. Continue reading “Get Used To The Idea Of A Water Shortage – Relearn Your Bathing Routine”

The Conversation

A safe and effective vaccine could end the coronavirus pandemic, but for it to succeed, enough people will have to get inoculated.

Recent polls suggest that the U.S. is far from ready. Most surveys have found that only about two-thirds of adults say they would probably get the vaccine. While that might protect most people who get vaccinated, research suggests it may be insufficient to reach herd immunity and stop the virus’s spread. Continue reading “Could employers and states mandate COVID-19 vaccinations? Here’s what the courts have ruled”