Brass Check TV | Modern science has become a conspiracy of ignorance…
21st Century Wire says… Software developer ‘Bob’ wins the Albert P. Gore Globalist Entrepreneurial Prize this year for really working the system, and through his story, he will no doubt inspire millions of other severely overpaid and overweight jobsworth developers in Europe and North America to do exactly the same and take advantage of their [...]
AFRICOM FOR DUMMIES | It’s incredible what we spend our money on in terms of military hardware.
It is amazing that no media outlets are attempting to cover this story, especially since Swartz’s own father accused elements of the US government of being responsibly for Aaron’s death… READ MORE SCI-TECH NEWS AT: 21st Century Wire Sci-Tech-
21st Century Wire and UK Column’s analyst Patrick Henningsen discusses with RT about how NATO’s recent deployment of missile defense batteries in neighboring Turkey is nothing more than a chess move to prepare for western/NATO airstrikes at some point further down the timeline, and also how Syria’s so-called ‘opposition’ are using the chaos in the [...]
Private Bradley Manning, accused of sharing classified US army files with the whistleblowing website Wikileaks, will get a 112 days cut from his eventual sentence. The victory for his defense team comes after a judge ruled that Manning’s 9 months in prison amounted to pre-trial punishment and was excessively harsh. Retired colonel Morris Davis told [...]
The Los Angeles Police Department held a gun buyback in an attempt to get firearms off the streets. Law officials were a little surprised when two rocket launchers turned up.
21WIRE | By 2045, humans will become one with machines.
In 1987, the film RoboCop debuted and featured a half-man half-robot cop patrolling the streets of Detroit, but now some car companies are planning on replacing cop cars in Los Angeles with drone cars by 2025. Ramon Galindo gives us a glimpse of the future police force…
By Ellen Nakashima Dec 29, 2012 Congress approved a measure Friday that would renew expansive U.S. surveillance authority for five more years, rejecting objections from senators who are concerned the legislation does not adequately protect Americans’ privacy. The bill passed the Senate, 73 to 23. The House approved it in September, and President Obama is [...]