NameBase NameBase is a web-based cross-indexed database of names that focuses on individuals involved in the international intelligence community, U.S. foreign policy, crime, and business. The focus is on the post-World War II era and on left of center, conspiracy theory, and espionage activities. In the 1980s, through his company Micro Associates, he sold subscriptions to this computerized database under its original name, Public Information Research, Inc (PIR). At PIR's onset, Brandt was President of the newly formed non-profit corporation, and investigative researcher Peggy Adler served as its Vice President. The material was described as "information on all sorts of spooks, military officials, political operators and other cloak-and-dagger types". He told The New York Times at the time that "many of these sources are fairly obscure so it's a very effective way to retrieve information on U.S. intelligence that no one else indexes.
Quotes by Martin Luther King, Jr. These are quotes arranged according to their authors. You can also browse quotes according to their date of submission or arranged in categories Quotes by most famous authors /Quotes by Martin Luther King, Jr. The author of the following quotes: Martin Luther King, Jr. Quotes by Martin Luther King, Jr Message to Congress in Special Session Having been convened on an extraordinary occasion, as authorized by the Constitution, your attention is not called to any ordinary subject of legislation. At the beginning of the present Presidential term, four months ago, the functions of the Federal Government were found to be generally suspended within the several States of South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Florida, excepting only those of the Post Office Department. Within these States, all the Forts, Arsenals, Dock-yards, Customhouses, and the like, including the movable and stationary property in, and about them, had been seized, and were held in open hostility to this Government, excepting only Forts Pickens, Taylor, and Jefferson, on, and near the Florida coast, and Fort Sumter, in Charleston harbor, South Carolina. The Forts thus seized had been put in improved condition; new ones had been built; and armed forces had been organized, and were organizing, all avowedly with the same hostile purpose.
Cop Shoots Innocent Mother to Death in Front of Her Child, Opens Fire on Pet Dog — Receives Paid Leave With No Charges UPDATE — Body Cam Footage is Released The officer’s body cam captured the final moments before he tried to kill the family’s dog, but instead shot the mother to death. The police decided to only release a small fraction of the body cam footage, and the victim’s family is urging for the footage to be released in its entirety. Nevertheless, the footage you are about to view is extreme. Discretion is advised.
The Dollar Store Backlash Has Begun A Dollar General store in Chicago. Photo by Jim Young/Reuters. It has become an increasingly common story: A dollar store opens up in an economically depressed area with scarce healthy and affordable food options, sometimes with the help of local tax incentives. Analysis and Opinion Following is the first in a series of commentaries by distinguished authors, researchers, and historians associated with the AARC. We begin with AARC Board member, the esteemed Malcolm Blunt. 29 August, 2017 © 2017 – Malcolm Blunt
Black parents describe “The Talk” they give to their children about police It’s known as "The Talk" — a discussion left almost exclusively to black parents and family members about police. "It’s maddening," one black mother said. "I get so frustrated and angry about having to prepare my kids for something that they’re not responsible for." "The Talk" was the topic of a New York Times video from 2015, explaining how black parents have to prepare their sons for police encounters — out of fear, mainly, that such interactions can go horribly wrong, ending with their son dead. These are the types of fears that have existed in black communities for generations, but they’ve recently received far more mainstream attention in the aftermath of high-profile police killings since the police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, in August 2014.
Obama Encouraged 'Illegal Aliens' to Vote Claim: President Obama encouraged "illegal aliens" to vote and said there would be no consequences if they do. Origin:In the final count down to the upcoming election on 8 November 2016, Fox News host Neil Cavuto expressed disbelief over what he claimed to be remarks by President Barack Obama that encouraged undocumented immigrants to vote illegally. Other conservative outlets soon followed suit, with the Gateway Pundit calling the comments "criminal": Barack Obama openly called on illegal aliens to vote in Tuesday’s election. This whole administration is lawless! Federal officials say they won't pursue charges against former Oklahoma officer who fatally shot unarmed black man Former Officer Betty Shelby shot and killed Terence Crutcher, 40. Shelby, who is white, said she fired out of fear when she killed Crutcher, who had his hands above his head. She was acquitted of manslaughter in May 2017 and resigned from the department in August 2017. The Justice Department said in a news release Friday "the federal review sought to determine whether Shelby violated federal law by willfully using unreasonable force against Crutcher." Federal investigators ultimately determined there wasn't enough evidence to "prove beyond a reasonable doubt" that Shelby's use of force was "objectively unreasonable" under the Supreme Court definition. This means there's no evidence to show that Shelby violated Crutcher's constitutional rights with "deliberate and specific intent" to do something illegal.
The Man Who Documented Native American Cultures Edward Sheriff Curtis The Man Who Documented Native American Cultures by Chris Nelson H I Sutton - Covert Shores Comments and corrections welcome. Killing KANYON: Countering new Russian Intercontinental Nuclear Torpedoes The Russian Navy fields the Poseidon Intercontinental Nuclear-Powered Nuclear-Armed Autonomous Torpedo will run much deeper and faster than submarines. Therefore new weapon systems will be required to counter it. This article explores some of the near-future systems which may be developed by NATO. 10 Rules of Survival if Stopped by the Police Talk Back: Featured Video Get Home Safely: 10 Rules of Survival "We can say #BlackLivesMatter and #PoliceLivesMatter." - Rev. Dr.
Ur-Fascism by Umberto Eco In 1942, at the age of ten, I received the First Provincial Award of Ludi Juveniles (a voluntary, compulsory competition for young Italian Fascists—that is, for every young Italian). I elaborated with rhetorical skill on the subject “Should we die for the glory of Mussolini and the immortal destiny of Italy?” My answer was positive. I was a smart boy. I spent two of my early years among the SS, Fascists, Republicans, and partisans shooting at one another, and I learned how to dodge bullets.
Seven Reasons Police Brutality Is Systemic, Not Anecdotal Darrin Manning’s unprovoked “stop and frisk” encounter with the Philadelphia police left him hospitalized with a ruptured testicle. Neykeyia Parker was violently dragged out of her car and aggressively arrested in front of her young child for “trespassing” at her own apartment complex in Houston. A Georgia toddler was burned when police threw a flash grenade into his playpen during a raid, and the manager of a Chicago tanning salon was confronted by a raiding police officer bellowing that he would kill her and her family, captured on the salon’s surveillance. An elderly man in Ohio was left in need of facial reconstructive surgery after police entered his home without a warrant to sort out a dispute about a trailer. These stories are a small selection of recent police brutality reports, as police misconduct has become a fixture of the news cycle.