Category: Security

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The government will allow gun-rights activists to post plans for 3-D printable guns, beginning Aug. 1, CNN reported. The settlement marks the end of a legal battle that began when Cody Wilson posted plans for a 3-D printed handgun in 2013 called "The Liberator." That single-shot pistol was made almost completely out of ABS plastic, the same material used to make Lego bricks. The only metal parts were a firing pin and a piece of metal that was included to comply with the Undetectable Firearms ...
Authored by Mac Slavo via SHTFplan.com, Police in New Jersey have officially crossed the [thin blue] line and literally attempted to confiscate guns from an army veteran without a warrant.  But it didn’t go as planned, because  Leonard Cottrell Jr. refused to comply with the orders of the cops. Eventually, all gun confiscation will be carried out by the police; who “don’t make the laws, they just enforce them,” and Cottrell found this out the hard way.  After serving two tours in Opera ...
Authored byAndrew Korybko via Oriental Review, The transitional team of Mexico’s president-elect declared that the populist-nationalist will pursue a so-called “negotiated peace” with the drug cartels when he assumes office in December. This policy is extremely risky because of the chances that it could counter-productively embolden non-violent drug dealers and legitimize their influence over society if the proposed plan passes a referendum sometime in the future, thereby representing a Hy ...
When Attorney General Jeff Sessions said at a gathering of police officials back in May that "if you want crime to go up, let the ACLU run the police department," he may have had a point. While opponents of "aggressive" police tactics like stop and frisk and other "broken windows"-type policing have complain about the injustice faced by minorities who they say are disproportionately and unfairly targeted by police, the city of Baltimore is demonstrating what happens when police dial back sto ...
U.S. regulators Friday approved the first treatment for smallpox — a deadly disease that was wiped out four decades ago — in case the virus is used in a terror attack. Smallpox, which is highly contagious, was eradicated worldwide by 1980 after a huge vaccination campaign. But people born since then haven't been vaccinated, and small samples of the smallpox virus were saved for research purposes, leaving the possibility it could be used as a biological weapon. Maker SIGA Technologies of ...
Update: President Trump has reportedly made his decision on the Supreme Court nomination. *  *  * This month, Justice Anthony Kennedy announced he would be retiring from the Supreme Court of the United States, giving President Trump an opportunity to nominate a potential replacement.  But, as Campus Reform's Cabot Phillips notes, instantly, Trump’s political opponents began questioning the credentials of those who were thought to be on his shortlist for the position. The same sentiment ...
As the hysterical violence and aggression directed at Trump supporters continues to escalate (at the urging of Congresswoman Maxine Waters and other radical political opponents of the president), a Long Island man was arrested for threatening to kill supporters of President Donald Trump and Republican Rep. Lee Zeldin on Friday. After making the threats, the man also reportedly nearly hit a campaign staffer for Zeldin with his car. It's the latest attack on a supporter of President Trump, foll ...
The chemical compound trinitrotoluene (C7H5N3O6), or most commonly known as TNT, was developed in Germany in 1863 by Joseph Wilbrand. While TNT is not as powerful as dynamite, it is more stable than most explosives. For more than a century, militaries around the world have melted down TNT into shell casings for kinetic energy weapons. TNT is considered the premier mixture of chemicals for creating spectacular explosions, and it is used in the formulation of determining the amount of energy relea ...
Authored by Matt Agorist via ActivistPost.com, For years, conspiracy theories about smart phones listening to users without their permission to show them advertisements have abounded. While some researchers have shown this could happen, a first of its kind study just found something far more insidious. Academics at Northeastern University have just proven that your phone is recording your screen - as in taking video - and uploading it to third parties. For the last year, Elleen Pan, ...
The Air Force is looking toward the future of its B-1 bomber, including plans for upgrades to the bomber while also preparing it for an eventual retirement, Fox News reported. The plans including maximizing the bomber’s firepower while also setting up the transition to the B-21 bomber, Air Force officials told Warrior Maven, Fox News reported. The B-1 is getting new targeting and intelligence systems, said Maj. Emily Grabowski, Air Force spokeswoman, Fox News reported. Service officials ...
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