Crypto-Currency Part 2– Into the Virtual Looking Glass

We begin the journey through the realm of digitized reality by defining cryptocurrency as equivalent to money. In some circles economists believe cryptocurrency fits best under the classification medium of exchange.  It is entirely computer based and must be accompanied by ever evolving programs of cryptography to be secure.  INVESTOPEDIA and WIKIPEDIA have far more in-depth information for those looking for detail.      The field of cryptology and its secrecy has been around for centuries.   We are familiar with some of the latest forms through processes already in place like electronic signatures, ATM and debit cards, computer passwords … Continue reading

Home Invasion Meets Second Amendment

From the Right to Bear organization comes this article as posted in a Tulsa News network …   Good thing guns protect the handicapped too. When a man in a wheelchair and his friend got into an argument with three others, they retreated into their home to ensure violence didn’t erupt from the encounter. The three men must have been itching for a fight, because after the two men locked themselves in their apartment, they kicked the door down to continue the fight. That’s when the man in the wheelchair sprung into action.   A Tulsa News network wrote on the shooting: Police … Continue reading

Hillary ‘Wiped Clean’ Server, Emails Permanently Deleted

From Newsmax: House Furious: Hillary ‘Wiped Clean’ Server, Emails Permanently Deleted Hillary Clinton wiped her email server “clean,” permanently deleting all emails from it, the chairman of a House committee investigating the 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya, said Friday. Rep. Trey Gowdy, a South Carolina Republican, said the former secretary of state has failed to produce a single new document in recent weeks and has refused to relinquish her server to a third party for an independent review, as Gowdy has requested. Clinton’s attorney, David Kendall, said Gowdy was looking in the wrong place. Instead of asking Clinton for the … Continue reading

Young Girl Has a Surprise for Her Would-Be Rapist

From IJ Review: At around 9 p.m. on Saturday night, a 13-year-old Michigan girl was walking home from a Walgreens pharmacy to her grandmother’s house. That’s when a sex predator who was lurking in the bushes struck. The harrowing incident took place in Pontiac, and was reported by local channel Fox Detroit: The teen told FOX that at 9 p.m. Saturday night, it happened while she was walking near Perry Street and Martin Luther King. After she stopped at a Walgreens, a black man in a hoodie approached her. “Some man yelled at me, he was like, ‘Hey,’” she said. “I … Continue reading

Rape Survivor Makes Compelling Case for Gun Rights

From The Blaze and the 2A Guide: Jacqueline Kahn, a rape survivor made a compelling case in favor of reforming Maryland’s “may issue” concealed carry laws during a Senate committee hearing last week, explaining to lawmakers why women need to be able to defend themselves. “I need you to know this is so incredibly difficult for me, but I feel like if I don’t humanize this, if I don’t make it clear how this legislation actually affects your daughters, your mothers, the women of this state, then it’s all just a bunch of numbers.” Lawmakers are currently discussing a bill that would … Continue reading

UPDATED: Ferguson Shooter Arrested, Was Firing at Someone Else

  From Breitbart: The 20-year-old man charged in the shooting of two St. Louis-area officers had been at the protest outside of the Ferguson Police Department earlier that night, authorities said Sunday. St. Louis County Prosecutor Robert McCulloch said 20-year-old Jeffrey Williams told authorities he was firing at someone with whom he was in a dispute, not at the police officers. Williams is charged with two counts of first-degree assault, one count of firing a weapon from a vehicle and three counts of armed criminal action. The officers were shot early Thursday as a crowd began to break up after … Continue reading

Illegal Immigrant Raped a 10-Year-Old Girl

From WHNT19 News:   RUSSELLVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – A man who police say is in the country illegally is accused of sexually assaulting a young girl. The suspect has been in the U.S. just a few weeks. Investigators said the horrible sexual act took place in a home on east Plum Street in Russellville on February 27th. According to police, Ramiro Ajualip raped and sodomized a 10-year-old girl while the victim’s parents were not at home. “From the information we have received, he has been here about four weeks,” stated Russellville Police Chief Chris Hargett. “He is undocumented, was a … Continue reading

Guilty Verdict in Eddie Routh Trial

From IJ Review:   Routh, a former Marine, will face spending the remainder of his life in prison, without the possibility of parole. Texas jurors unanimously convicted Routh after nearly two hours of deliberation. The defense argued that Routh was insane, but was unsuccessful in their attempt. During the trial, forensic psychologist Dr. Randall Price said: “Routh did know what he was doing was wrong, and he did it anyway.” On Feb. 2, 2013, Routh murdered both Kyle and Littlefield at a gun range in Glen Rose, Texas, to which he later confessed after being apprehended. Chris Kyle, one of the murder victims, … Continue reading

More Than 20K Illegals Have Crossed Border Since Jan. 1

From CNS News: “We all saw what happened on the Texas border last summer, but we need to understand that the problem is not going away,” Texas Gov. Greg Abbott told CBS’s “Face the Nation” with Bob Schieffer on Sunday. “Already this calendar year, since January 1, we have had more than 20,000 people come across the border, apprehended, unauthorized. And so we have an ongoing problem on the border that Congress must step up and solve.” All told in fiscal year 2014, U.S immigration officials removed 213,719 individuals apprehended while attempting to unlawfully enter the United States.) Schieffer reminded … Continue reading

Wrong House: Ohio Woman Shoots Burglar

From 10TV.com: A man was shot while reportedly breaking into homes in a west Columbus neighborhood. It happened Thursday around 5 a.m. on North Guilford Avenue. Columbus Police at the scene tell 10TV a widow heard someone breaking in, grabbed her gun and shot the intruder. Police believe the suspect also broke into neighboring homes. “She was armed and apparently fired multiple shots at him,” said Sgt. Dave Sicilia. The woman’s son says he bought the gun for her a week ago to keep her safe now that she is living alone, but he never thought she would actually have … Continue reading

Filmmaker Murdered While Documenting Abuses in CPS

  From Medical Kidnap   In 2009, Bill Bowen released a trailer for a documentary film he was producing exposing the corruption within Child Protection Services across the United States. The film is called Innocence Destroyed. Bill Bowen died unexpectedly the next year, in 2010, reportedly from a heart attack, before he was able to finish the film. The segments that were completed are now on YouTube, in three different videos. See below. WARNING: Videos contain graphic content not suitable for children! For adults only. Here is some information about Bill Bowen, including some quotes directly attributed to him, that … Continue reading

Jury Seated for Eddie Routh Trial in Texas

From Truth Revolt: A jury was seated yesterday in the trial of the man charged with murdering the former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle.  The judge estimated “no more than two dozen” were dismissed from the case due to publicity surrounding the story. Ten women and two men will serve as jurors for Eddie Ray Routh’s trial, which starts Wednesday with opening statements. Routh, a former Marine, is charged with capital murder in the deaths of 38-year-old Chris Kyle and Kyle’s friend, 35-year-old Chad Littlefield. Kyle and Littlefield were trying to help Routh when prosecutors say he shot them at a … Continue reading

Guns were banned – so how could there be a shooting?

  Teen charged in triple shooting at Pittsburgh-area mall From: FoxNews.com, February 8, 2015, read the article HERE. Three people were hospitalized Sunday with gunshot wounds after a 17-year-old male opened fire on a man at a Pittsburgh-area mall, police said, striking his intended target as well as two bystanders. The Monroeville Mall went on lockdown Saturday evening after the shooting. The gunman managed to escape but police say they were able to identify him by matching surveillance video with images on social media.  The suspect, Tarod Thornhill, was arrested at a home in Brackenridge about 3:15 a.m. Sunday. Thornhill is charged … Continue reading

Robber’s Family Blames Good Guy with a Gun

From GunsBuzz: The recent unrest in Ferguson, Missouri illustrates a shocking reality: evidently, to the left, no person of color is supposed to be accountable for their behavior. Michael Brown was a thug and a criminal and despite the evidence showing that Brown attacked a police officer, he has been hailed as some sort of civil rights hero by those looking to riot and loot in his memory. In another case of a bad guy dealing with the consequences of his behavior, Adric White was shot by a Good Samaritan as White was robbing a store in Mobile, Alabama- his … Continue reading

DRT in Dallas

From Fox4News: DALLAS – A North Texas robbery suspect died after being shot by the man he was trying to rob. Police said 19-year-old Victor Logan pulled a gun on Larico Jackson just after midnight in the Red Bird area of Dallas. The two got into a scuffle and Jackson shot Logan in self-defense, police said. Logan drove away from the scene, but crashed his car into a DART bus stop on Chesterfield Drive. He died at the hospital. Officers recovered a weapon and took statements from Jackson. A grand jury will determine if he should face any charges for … Continue reading

DOJ Won’t Charge Office Darren Wilson

  From Breitbart:   The Department of Justice will recommend that Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson not be charged with any federal civil rights violation in the shooting of black teenager Michael Brown. The New York Times reports the DOJ is in the process of drafting the recommendation after an FBI investigation “found no evidence to support civil rights charges against the officer.” However, the Times notes that Attorney General Eric Holder has not made a final decision yet. Holder is expected to reach a decision before he leaves office in the next month or two. A St. Louis County … Continue reading

“Yes, THEY Can”. But I Won’t

When is a can of beans more than just a can of beans? When it’s a weapon of self-defense for students to throw at an armed intruder who has just entered their school.That’s one scenario Valley, Alabama, officials are considering as part of their training to respond to school shootings:   Though it may strike some as an insignificant and perhaps even silly response to a deadly problem, it’s no joke at W.F. Burns Middle School. It’s part of active shooter response training offered by the ALICE Training Institute, a company founded by a former police officer and former elementary … Continue reading

Muslim Threatens to Blow Up Deli

  From TPNN: A 19-year-old Muslim man threatened to blow up a deli store in Portland, Oregon when he wasn’t able to buy a “loosey,” an individual cigarette, and was arrested on January 9. The man, Abdalah Mohamed, threatened to blow up the deli “in the name of Allah,” according to court records obtained by Oregon Live: According to Multnomah County Deputy District Attorney Richard Freud, Mohamed entered Ira’s Deli at 7215 N.E. Prescott St. on the morning of July 14 and asked to buy a cigarette. Shaheen Brodle, who was working behind the counter, told the teen that the deli … Continue reading

Black People’s Court

I Guess It’s Only Fair…. A group calling themselves the “Black People’s Grand Jury” met last weekend and conducted a mock grand jury process, re-examining the proceeding of the grand jury in the investigation into the death of  Michael ‘Gentle Giant’ Brown. The group’s decision on whether to indict Darren Wilson has no legal weight, but the group says its hope is to spark change in the judicial system. The group announced its findings Monday, which were very critical of County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch. The mock grand jury compiled just the testimony they felt was needed to find probable cause for an indictment. After two … Continue reading