But Jeb is not only the brother of George W. and the son of George H. W. Bush.
Jeb Bush also had close personal ties to Raul Salinas de Gortiari, brother of Mexico’s former president Carlos Salinas de Gortiari. In the 1990s, Raul the “drug kingpin”, according to Switzerland’s federal prosecutor Carla del Ponte, was one of the main figures of the Mexican Drug Cartel. (more…)
In this video Luke Rudkowski talks to Information Security Researchers Seth Wahle about the microchip he implanted in himself. Seth has set his microchip to have a bitcoin wallet, payment system and an NFC android hacking tool. (more…)
Ok, so we highly recommend that you do not actually do what you’ve seen in this video. It’s best to be calm, cool, collected and talk in a normal tone when addressing police officers. This footage was shot a couple of years ago, when Luke Rudkowski had a very bad day and was still maturing as a journalist. WeAreChange strongly believes in the right to film in public, but many times police officers incorrectly view this as a crime and use intimidation to stop the legal right to film. This time the opposite scenario played out, which we wanted to share with you. (more…)
In this video Luke Rudkowski and Mark Dice team up to show everyone how Hillary Clinton supporters actually do not even know why they are supporting her. Luke and Mark give made up policies or the complete opposite of Hillarys actions to see if people really know who Hillary Clinton is. (more…)
[Article detailing how police are covering up the fact Google’s cars have been involved in accidents]
The rooftop of the new Google X building is a parking lot, but today it’s also kind of a circus. There’s even a tent. Chris Urmson, head of the self-driving car program, is discussing the autonomous prototype that Google built from scratch. Sergey Brin is giving interviews in French. Members of the local community of all ages and races and backgrounds have assembled. A blind woman who says she’s never been in the driver’s seat of a car is positively gleeful. A handful of press are here, as is ubiquitous transportation guru Gabe Klein, the former D.C. and Chicago DOT chief, chatting with some of them on behalf of NACTO about what it all means for cities, while wearing sunglasses.
And then there’s the tiny electric prototype itself. It’s running a preset loop with preset obstacles: pausing for a temporary construction sign, slowing for an oblivious pedestrian on his cell phone, trailing a cyclist a safe distance, stopping for a car that cuts it off, parking itself for another go. It would be a mundane route if not for the car’s lack of a steering wheel, or gas pedal, or brake. Rides are taken two-at-a-time—vis-a-vis the Ark or the seating capacity, depending on your perspective. (more…)