The former police man suspected in the shooting deaths of 3 police officers is a rabid anti gun idiot and Obama worshiper.It sounds like (according to his manifesto anyway) that he is a whistleblower against the LAPD...IF that is the case, that sucks. LAPD is NOTORIOUS for being some of the worst law enforcement in the world...Unfortunatly, it doesn't excuse AT ALL what he has done and may continue to do!!! Not the way to go man...now he's in my city just south of LA and I get to sleep with my gun under my pillow! It a pure pussy move to go after the FAMILIES/CHILDREN of those who did him wrong..
2/7/13 - After writing last night about how Bill O'Reilly erroneously claimed NBC has ignored the drone strike Justice Department memo that NBC actually released, I was looking forward to seeing how O'Reilly could possibly explain away his claim tonight. Well, at the tail end of his program tonight, O'Reilly responded to the criticism by 1) attacking his critics, and 2) denying he said... what he said.
TVNewser was "tipped off" to the fact that O'Reilly would be responding tonight., and boy, did he respond in true O'Reilly fashion. He sighed as he explained how he has succumbed to "more deceit from the far left," saying that "these loons have been trying to marginalize me" ever since he's been on the air. He explained why he wasn't so incredibly wrong about NBC News not covering the story, even though they broke it. "Last night, I talked with Bob Beckel about the difference in analysis on the subject of waterboarding as compared to killing people with drones... I put forth that NBC News and other media places, they were hysterical over waterboarding, but muted over President Obama's drone attacks, at least until yesterday. "Immediately the far-left machine cranked up. 'O'Reilly didn't say that NBC News broke the drone memo story. He's a deceiver!' True. I didn't say NBC broke the memo story because we weren't talking about that. Waterboarding versus drone strikes. So once again, we have a propaganda campaign designed to make ignorant people on the left even more ignorant."
So Bill O'Reilly's defense is basically "I never said NBC News broke the story because I wasn't talking about whether or not they covered it, but HOW MUCH they covered it." Which would be acceptable, were it not for that fact that he actually DID insist at various points that they have said nothing, nada, zip about drones.
From drone strikes to torture techniques - tough questions are ahead for Barack Obama's nominee for CIA head, at his confirmation hearing in the Senate. John Brennan is widely seen as an architect of U.S. drone strategy. In an effort to avoid scrutiny around Brennan's candidacy, the U.S. President has even agreed to hand over classified documents justifying the killing of American terror suspects abroad. That's after years of keeping it secret. BOTH PARTIES are bought out by bankers intrest and continue to bail out other countries , and continue to shred our constitution and bill of rights -_- .. i cant believe people still have to play the "WAKE UP" drum .. it was also funny when all this was a "conspiracy theory", when it turned out to be the complete truth.. remember kids,Mainstream media is state media
Robots and computers have made astonishing progress at acquiring what we've long considered fundamentally human capabilities. Machines are beginning to understand language. They can listen, they can speak, they can read, and they may even be able to write. They're getting better at visual pattern recognition; computers can tell the difference between your face and your dad's face, and they may be able to look at a biopsy slide and tell the difference between a cancerous cell and a healthy one. Computers might even be able to "reason" the way humans can. Perhaps they'll soon sit in judgment when you appeal your traffic ticket. We've seen robots take over many jobs that require routine activities and manual labor, but what impact will they have on high-skilled workers, including medical professionals, lawyers, scientists, and journalists? Which jobs are most vulnerable to the "robot invasion," and which jobs will the robots be unable to touch? (Hint: not many.) Should we be happy about the robots -- after all, they'll probably make our jobs easier -- or should we be worried? And if the robots are coming, should we try to stop them?
As officials in Washington continue to discuss and warn about cyber-attacks, members of Anonymous claimed to have breached a computer system that the Federal Reserve uses to communicate with bankers in emergencies such as natural disasters and potential acts of terrorism. On Super Bowl Sunday, members of the group tweeted that they had compromised 4,000 bankers' credentials from the Federal Reserve.
"Now we have your attention America: Anonymous's [sic] Superbowl Commercial 4k banker d0x via the FED," the group tweeted, using the @OpLastResort handle on Twitter.
"The Federal Reserve System is aware that information was obtained by exploiting a temporary vulnerability in a website vendor product," A Federal Reserve spokesman said in a statement.
"The exposure was fixed shortly after discovery and is no longer an issue. This incident did not affect critical operations of the Federal Reserve System," the spokesman said.
According to officials, the user data from the Emergency Communications System was compromised, but no financial or monetary policy information was on the system that was breached.
According to federal law enforcement officials, the FBI has opened an investigation into the incident. An FBI spokesperson declined to comment.
Recent activity from Anonymous and the reference to Operation Last Resort concern the death of Aaron Swartz, an Internet developer and activist who started the website Reddit. Swartz was indicted by the Justice Department in July 2011 on charges of wire fraud, computer fraud, unlawfully obtaining information from a protected computer and recklessly damaging a protected computer.
Swartz allegedly had downloaded vast information from JSTOR, an online library of academic and scholarly journals and articles that are available for a fee. Swartz believed the articles in JSTOR should be disseminated free of charge. Swartz committed suicide on Jan. 11, 2013 as he believed he was going to be facing a lengthy prison term -- possibly as much as 35 years.
Last month, Anonymous hacked the website of the United States Sentencing Commission, also in response to Swartz's death.
The case has garnered the attention of Congress, with members of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee writing to Attorney General Eric Holder about how the Justice Department handled the case.
The Justice Department has agreed to brief the committee on the Swartz prosecution, but no date has been set on the briefing, according to a Justice official.
Part of DARPA's Project Pegasus as a young child and now a practicing attorney, Andrew D. Basiago claims to be one of America's early time-space explorers. Appearing in the latter half of the show, he discussed his involvement with the CIA's Mars visitation program in 1980. The program, he said, was started in the 1970s, and transported people from a "jump room" (an elevator in El Segundo, CA that served as a kind of portal) to the surface of Mars. According to Basiago, Maj. Ed Dames taught a training course to several of the participants about what to expect in terms of humanoids and "predator species" on the Martian surface (Dames briefly appeared in the 4th hour and denied his involvement with the program). Also joining the show was William Brett Stillings, who said he was in the Mars visitation program in the early 1980s along with Basiago, and such future luminaries as Barry Soetoro (Pres. Barack Obama), and Regina Dugan (the current head of DARPA). Laura Magdalene Eisenhower, the great granddaughter of Pres. Eisenhower, made an appearance as well, revealing that she was the target of a sophisticated recruitment effort to join the Mars colony in 2006-07, though she turned down the opportunity. Basiago announced that he plans to run for President in 2016.
Michelle Malkin Attacks Chris Rock: If You Think Obama Is Your Dad, Boyfriend, God, You Need Therapy
2/7/13 - On Thursday, conservative columnist Michelle Malkin joined the hosts of Fox & Friends to weigh in on the appeal made by celebrities at a press conference on Wednesday for stricter gun laws. Among the celebrities who spoke was comedian Chris Rock. He said that President Barack Obama and the first lady are "the mom and the dad of the country" and they should be listened to as parental figures. Malkin thought that this kind of sentiment, among others by prominent liberals who have confused the president for a family member, is a sign Rock needs "group therapy." "That was a bizarre little appearance," Malkin said of Rock's appeal for new gun laws. "It looked like a hostage video to me." "Maybe it's dawning on him in some sector of his brain that this is not good for his career?" Makin asked. "I don't know a dad who wears mom jeans," Malkin added, taking a dig at the president's fashion sense. "More importantly, we have Chris Rock treating Obama as his father. Sandra Fluke treating Obama as her boyfriend, and Jamie Foxx who said during the campaign that Obama was our 'lord and savior.' These people need group therapy," Malkin concluded. At the end of the interview, Steve Doocy read a quote from actor Bruce Willis who recently spoke out in support of the Second Amendment. Malkin said she was glad to hear some "common sense" from a Hollywood actor.
Judge Andrew Napolitano, saying on Fox Business Network earlier today that the Justice Department has "resisted in every forum" attempts to gain access to the legal opinions that the drone policy is based on. He said the government has persuaded judges that releasing the information could threaten national security. "Suddenly it shows up in an NBC newsroom earlier this week! It could only have come from a governmental source. So they really have made fools of the federal judges who've spent hours and days and weeks struggling over the laws involved here," said Napolitano, who called the document itself "breathtaking and chilling" because of the power it grants the government. "It says 'any informed high-level U.S. government official can strip an American of his or her constitutional protections and order the killing of that American if the person is overseas, if it's difficult to arrest that person," said Napolitano, explaining that the memo does not clearly define what "imminent danger" to the United States means. "This is the power claimed by kings and tyrants. This is about as un-American a power as one could imagine," he said.
Government Money Revelations with Walter Burien
Host: George Noory
Guests: Walter Burien
Former commodity trading advisor Walter Burien revealed the massive scope of government finance and investments, all funded by U.S. taxpayers, and argued for an alternative path without taxation. There are some 184,000 separate government entities in the US, each with their own assets, and "when you look at collective government, both federal and local, they've taken over the banking industry, the brokerage industry," and corporations that trade on the stock market are 60-85% owned by collective government, he claimed. The public is unaware of this, as there's been a total blackout of information about these collective totals for the last 65 years, he added.
Taxation should be phased out, as the truth is the government's annual investment income is greater than all annual taxation collected, Burien stated. The economic crash was staged with various players walking off with "truckloads of cash" before the balloon was deflated, he explained. States like California that report they're going broke are just trying to maintain this illusion in order to keep the public at bay, he offered. Burien's documentary, The Biggest Game in Town, can be viewed on Google Video.