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Join us Monday evening November 11, 2019 at 7:00 CST!

5:00 pm PST…6:00 pm MST…7:00 pm CST…8:00 pm EST

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Hosted by Marti Oakley with John Leckrone and Luanne Fleming

 

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PART 1: John Leckrone

PART 2: John Leckrone

Join us this evening as John Leckrone wraps up his lessons on how we got where we are today.  A corrupted judicial system.  An unaccountable government.  How we gave up our rights.  Listen as John explains the meanings of words we use everyday, but which have been redefined by the judicial system and covert laws to mean something other than the common interpretation.  We live in a world where our laws mean absolutely nothing unless they can be used against you!

Our judicial system is nothing more than blatant inland piracy….only these pirates wear black robes and others commonly known as attorney’s, are their henchmen.  Under this system we have become commodities to be used, sold, traded and exploited.  They don’t refer to us out here in no man’s land as “human resources” or “human capital” for nothing.

John is a major conspiracy analyst, who analyzes the whole system from start to finish.  If you are looking for conspiracy theories….please check in with the government….they are floating some of the biggest, strangest, illogical and irrational conspiracy theories out there.

Why Cities Are Banning Facial Recognition Technology | WIRED

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Why Cities Are Banning Facial Recognition Technology | WIRED

A handful of US cities have banned government use of facial recognition technology due to concerns over its accuracy and privacy. WIRED’s Tom Simonite talks with computer vision scientist and lawyer Gretchen Greene about the controversy surrounding the use of this technology. Still haven’t subscribed to WIRED on YouTube? ►► http://wrd.cm/15fP7B7 Also, check out the free WIRED channel on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Android TV. Here you can find your favorite WIRED shows and new episodes of our latest hit series Tradecraft. ABOUT WIRED WIRED is where tomorrow is realized. Through thought-provoking stories and videos, WIRED explores the future of business, innovation, and culture. Why Cities Are Banning Facial Recognition Technology | WIRED

The FBI’s Secret Facial Surveillance Program Now Faces Lawsuit

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Prep For That

Author: Jim Satney

PrepForThat’s Editor and lead writer for political, survival, and weather categories.

Countries around the world, including the United States, are in the midst of a facial recognition technology race. The closer that our world gets to sustainable, impactful facial recognition, the more privacy the general public loses. We’ve already seen evidence of how nefarious facial recognition technology can become. Just take Hong Kong’s recent protests, as an example of how such “innovation” can cater to authoritarian regimes.

While you may feel this type of things “only happen in places like Hong Kong,” you’re naivety to the United States technology race may end up crippling you.

That’s because the FBI most certainly partakes in facial data collection. They also collect information on how you walk and your voice. The FBI, according to a new lawsuit filed by the ACLU, can match 640 million images of United States adults. And worse more, the FBI is helping Amazon further develop recognition surveillance technology.

The FBI working with Big Tech could yield dire consequences for citizens not only in the United States but around the world.

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TransCanada Keystone Pipeline Spill #21

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Marti —

In case you missed it — TransCanada’s original Keystone pipeline spilled at least 380,000 gallons of tarsands and toxic diluents into wetlands in North Dakota on Oct. 30.

The spill — the twenty-first (21) spill on the Keystone pipeline since 2010 — led U.S. pipeline regulator PHMSA to order TransCanada to shut down the pipeline again via Corrective Action Order — the fourth such order issued to shut Keystone down since 2010 because “continued operation before corrective action would be hazardous to life, property, or the environment.”

Make sure to add your voice and tell the U.S. State Dept. that TransCanada’s safety record is an unacceptable risk to our land, water and climate, and the Keystone XL pipeline should be rejected as not in the U.S. national interest.

Submit a NoKXL comment to the U.S. State Dept. review of Keystone XL. More

Whistleblower’s! Know Your Rights!

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TS Radio Network: Coz & Marti “In the Mix: News and Updates 11/8

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Join us live Friday November 8, 2019 at 7:00 pm CST!

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Lawsuit: Nursing home allowed man to bleed to death, then employee stole his phone

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Lawsuit: Nursing home allowed man to bleed to death, then employee stole his phone

Daughter says her dad “was doing really well” until alleged negligence contributed to his death.

By Stephanie Zimmermann

Jaime Hernandez, 66, of Bolingbrook, died Oct. 25, 2018, at a Forest Park nursing home. Provided photo
The family of a Bolingbrook man who was left alone to bleed to death in a nursing home —and then had his iPhone swiped from his room after his body was removed — is suing the facility for negligence.
Jaime Hernandez, 66, was recuperating at an Aperion Care facility in Forest Park after getting a kidney transplant at the University of Illinois-Chicago Medical Center a month earlier.
He’d waited seven years to receive a new kidney and all signs were looking good, said his daughter, Maria de Lourdes Gutierrez.
“He was doing really well,” Gutierrez said.
Gutierrez took her dad for a regular appointment with his UIC doctor on Oct. 25, 2018, then brought him back to the nursing home at 8200 Roosevelt Road, where he had been staying for 17 days.

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