Cnet Roadshow Without a national framework, some states like California and Michigan have taken the lead and drafted up regulations for testing autonomous vehicles on public roads, albeit with drivers standing by in the front seat. But Michigan’s about to take it one step further and address a bill that could allow cars without drivers on public roads. The state Senate’s Economic Development and International … Continue reading Michigan could soon legalize fully driverless cars
The latest Federal Reserve meeting in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, is over and so far it would seem that the general investment world is not too happy about Janet Yellen’s statements as well as those of other Fed officials. In fact, many people are looking for some simple clarity as to what the central bank is actually planning.
Most importantly, investors want to know why the Fed is suddenly so adamant about continued interest rate hikes in 2016. Only a couple months ago, almost everyone (including alternative economic analysts) was arguing that the Fed would “never dare” to raise rates again so soon, and that there was no chance of a rate hike so close to the presidential elections.
Instead, investors have been greeted with surging rate-hike odds as Fed officials openly hint of another boost, probably in September. Continue reading “The Central Banks Are Now Ready To Launch Their ‘Brave New World’”
Bernie Suarez The Activist Post The long established entirely benign Zika virus turned suddenly deadly by Western mainstream media in 2015 has been morphing in its alleged characteristics at ISIS-like speeds. The virus suddenly was claimed to cause microcephaly in Brazil in 2015. And when that was debunked by doctors in Brazilwho exposed the pesticide-newborn malformation connection the media, the WHO, the UN and the … Continue reading Another Fast-Track “Solution” To Zika Psyop Almost Ready As Big Pharma Prepares For Profit$
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WeCopWatch activist Ramsey Orta is expected to turn himself in to prison in early October for charges he says were trumped-up following his filming of the death of Eric Garner.
The man who filmed the infamous video of Eric Garner’s death at the hands of the New York Police Department will soon become the only person who was present at Garner’s death to face prison time. Ramsey Orta is heading to prison for four years based on charges he says are a direct retaliation for filming Garner’s death.
“The man who filmed the police killing of Eric Garner, Ramsey Orta, is now heading to jail for four years on unrelated charges—making him the only person at the scene of Garner’s killing who will serve jail time,” TIME reported last summer. “Last week Orta took a plea deal on weapons and drug charges. He says he has been repeatedly arrested and harassed by cops since he filmed the fatal police chokehold nearly two years ago.”
Ramsey told TIME he was living on State Island at the time of the death and knew Eric Garner. After filming the death by chokehold and releasing it to the media, Ramsey began reporting harassment and intimidation from the police. According to TIME, Orta was arrested three times since August 2014. He says he was the victim of an attempted poisoning while he was behind bars. Continue reading “Ramsey Orta, Activist Who Filmed Eric Garner’s Death, Needs Your Help”
The nation’s pre-eminent central planners just held their annual gathering at an exclusive resort just outside Jackson Hole, Wyoming and discussed how to interfere even more deeply in markets. In a speech entitled “The Federal Reserve’s Monetary Policy Toolkit: Past, Present and Future,” Fed chair Janet Yellen outlined why zero interest rate policy (ZIRP), purchases of toxic mortgage securities, and monetization of Treasury debt just aren’t adequate. Officials must add negative interest rates (NIRP) and purchases of even more sketchy assets to their “toolkit.”
Yellen has spent more than a year floating the idea of negative rates, so it is no surprise she is hustling the ludicrous policy once again. In fact, very little of what she said Friday is new. It was the usual mess of contradictions. Continue reading “Awareness Of Fed Credibility Problems Going Mainstream”
The city’s top cop said Wednesday that the NYPD will not release the outcome of any disciplinary case against the cop who fatally choked Eric Garner on Staten Island in 2014.
Police Commissioner Bill Bratton said Officer Daniel Pantaleo’s disciplinary case won’t be made public because of section 50-A of the state Civil Rights Law, which makes certain personnel records confidential. Continue reading “Outgoing Commissioner Bill Bratton says NYPD won’t reveal any actions on cop who choked Eric Garner”
Daily Caller New documents released from Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi’s computer by purported hacker Guccifer 2.0, reveal democratic talking points to counter Republican Benghazi attacks. The document casts the controversy surrounding Benghazi as “Legitimate outrage over the deaths of American diplomats mixed with partisanship.” The document also admits that then Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice “gave incorrect information on television” in the immediate aftermath … Continue reading Pelosi Docs Show Dems Trying Hard To Cast Benghazi As A ‘Conspiracy Theory’
AP WASHINGTON (AP) — Young Americans are about equally likely to say they’ve had an encounter with police, but young black adults are much more likely than whites to say they’ve been arrested, harassed or know someone who has been, a new GenForward poll said Wednesday. Twenty-eight percent of blacks say they have been arrested after encounters with law enforcement, 24 percent say they’ve been … Continue reading GenForward Poll: Young black adults less trusting of police