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UFOs Revealed After Navy Tech Upgrades

A Navy radar specialist believes that the recent spate of UFO sightings reported by Navy pilots is due to a technology upgrade – and that the unidentified flying objects may have been there all along. Kevin Day is a former US Navy Senior Chief Operations specialist. The Topgun air intercept controller worked for 20 years […]

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Spy Contact Lenses Coming Soon

Looming on the horizon are computer-chipped contact lenses that can record, store, and display images in front of the wearer’s eyeball. The product is being pushed as a way to capture and preserve life’s precious moments with the blink of an eye. More cynical critics envision problems with the new tech. Sony is the latest […]

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Google Always-On Camera Stirs Controversy

“The telescreen received and transmitted simultaneously. Any sound that Winston made, above the level of a very low whisper, would be picked up by it, moreover, so long as he remained within the field of vision which the metal plaque commanded, he could be seen as well as heard.” – George Orwell, 1984 George Orwell […]

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FBI Seeks Cyber Snitches

The U.S. Justice Department’s criminal investigation department is pushing forward the government’s far-reaching Surveillance State agenda by advertising for social media snitches. A Request for Proposal (RFP) released July 8, 2019, invited bidders enrolled in the National System for Award Management (SAM) to compete for a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) contract to develop a […]

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Self-Driving RoboTrucks: Secret Tests In AZ

Let’s say you had developed a workable self-driving vehicle that could haul freight over highways and byways. You might think that the best way to test your new invention would be to introduce it to the public and make a big fuss over this great innovation. But that’s not what just happened. In February 2019, […]

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Chaos on Capitol Hill

The meltdown continues within our nation’s capital, as self-serving Democrats (nudged on by the President) went into uncontrolled hysteria beginning Monday afternoon — after another round of tweets and interviews by the President lambasting them as the “four freshmen of the apocalypse.” The ring-leader AOC, followed by Omar, Tlaib, and Pressley took turns in denouncing […]

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Fed Agencies Plunder State IDs For Face Recognition

Following in the footsteps of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), which assigned $1 billion to fund a facial recognition program to scan the faces of all passengers, including Americans with no criminal record, who board airplane flights exiting the country. You Might Like All this money is being spent to build a national […]

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Google Targets Popular Conservative App

Conservative thinkers have quickly tired of the ongoing and very real conspiracy to ban their views from Big Tech platforms operated by the likes of Google, Apple, YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter. Free speech can and will be heard. In headlines now is a new mobile device app called Parler (“par-lay”) which means “to speak” in […]

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