Valiant TRUTH Warrior, Dr. Stan Monteith of Radio Liberty Passed Away — Monday, September 29, 2014

Dr. Stan Mon­tei­th, age 85, founder and radio pro­gram host of Radio Lib­er­ty, broad­cast­ing out of San­ta Cruz, Cal­i­for­nia, passed away Sep­tem­ber 29, 2014, of lym­phoma in a hos­pi­tal in San­ta Cruz, Cal­i­for­nia. He passed away peace­ful­ly sur­round­ed by his loved ones. Dr. Stan will be great­ly missed by his many radio fans across the nation […]

Mr. Big — Edicts from the Mountain

The news­pa­per in Ida­ho Falls, ID is the Post Reg­is­ter. Yes­ter­day they had an edi­to­r­i­al writ­ten by a mem­ber of [sic] City Coun­cil. Appar­ent­ly, he is a qua­si-staff mem­ber because the Reg­is­ter allows him a bul­ly pul­pit on a reg­u­lar basis. I found that out when I wrote a response to an edi­to­r­i­al he wrote […]

Security Vulnerabilities of Smart Electricity Meters

Who con­trols the off switch?” by Ross Ander­son and Shailen­dra Fulo­ria. Abstract: We’re about to acquire a sig­nif­i­cant new cybervul­ner­a­bil­i­ty. The world’s ener­gy util­i­ties are start­ing to install hun­dreds of mil­lions of ‘smart meters’ which con­tain a remote off switch. Its main pur­pose is to ensure that cus­tomers who default on their pay­ments can be […]

These LED smart lights are tracking your moves

While more peo­ple and places are switch­ing to ener­­gy-sav­ing LED light bulbs, a Cal­i­for­nia com­pa­ny has found a way to turn them into smart net­works that can col­lect and feed data. How­ev­er, the new tech­no­log­i­cal oppor­tu­ni­ties are also rais­ing pri­va­cy con­cerns. For exam­ple, should you find your­self in ter­mi­nal “B” at Newark air­port, look up. […]

Smart Home Devices Need to Get a Lot Smarter

Imag­ine a dish­wash­er that requires a user­name and pass­word. Smart homes will require unprece­dent­ed effort to ensure not just secu­ri­ty but also usabil­i­ty. June 30, 2014 The bat­tle between Google and Apple is mov­ing from smart phones to smart things, with both com­pa­nies vying to pro­vide the under­ly­ing archi­tec­ture that net­works your appli­ances, util­i­ties, and entertainment […]

Agenda 21 = Death

U.N.‘s urban plan­ning pro­gram turns the pop­u­la­tion into mere serfs who are eas­i­ly con­trolled by the gov­ern­ment July 1, 2014 Signed in 1992 by mul­ti­ple nations, includ­ing the Unit­ed States, the Unit­ed Nations Agen­da 21 Sus­tain­able Devel­op­ment pro­gram is an urban plan­ning “action plan” which calls for gov­ern­ment to even­tu­al­ly take con­trol of all land use […]

Sure smart home tech is cool. But how much does it save you?

July 6, 2014 Smart home tech­nol­o­gy is con­ve­nient, state-of-the-art and unde­ni­ably cool. But does it help where it real­ly matters—in con­sumers’ pock­et? The grow­ing mar­ket ranges from Wi-Fi ther­mome­ters to auto­mat­ed kitchen appli­ances and air con­di­tion­ers. Yet a cen­tral ques­tion remains: Do these bells and whistles—and the tech­nol­o­gy that helps them run—actually help con­sumers save money […]

The Mind of the Time

I’ve been review­ing all of the doc­u­men­ta­tion I have on the infil­tra­tion of our coun­try by the Com­mu­nist Chi­nese gov­ern­ment behind front com­pa­nies in con­nec­tion with Har­ry Reid, the Bundy Ranch, solar farms, cat­tle rustling by the BLM — all of it.  Every time I do this kind of back­ward review of where my research […]