All posts by "Mac Slavo"

Former Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton took some shots at the Trump administration yesterday saying that her election campaign was thwarted by the involvement of FBI director James Comey and Kremlin-sponsored Russian hackers. “If the election had been on Oct. 27, I would be your president.” “I was on the way to winning until a combination

Following the Berkeley protests last month, where numerous Anti-Fa(scist) activists complained of getting a beatdown after they attempted to intimidate peacefully assembling Trump supporters, we learned that the left-leaning organizations are taking their organization efforts to the next level. Among other things, they have called for more combat training, better equipment, and even guns in an

While disasters and emergencies may bring out the worst in people struggling to survive and acquire resources, there are still heroes out there willing to risk their lives for others. Several tornadoes over the weekend devastated North Texas towns and caused extreme weather conditions in the region, including flash flooding. As one man attempted to avoid

While we all loved President Trump’s campaign pledge to bring jobs back to America, there are powerful economic forces at work that suggest the shift to cheap labor is pretty much irreversible. Yes, Trump has spoken with the leaders of some of America’s biggest companies and he’s been successful at getting those chief executives to

As a U.S. Naval strike group led by the nuclear powered USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier arrives in the Sea of Japan, within striking distance of North Korea, the rogue nation’s unpredictable leader Kim Jong Un says he is prepared turn it into an “underwater ghost” should the vessel inch any closer to his border,

While it’s easy to dismiss the rhetoric of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as the ravings of a madman, world leaders appear to hold a different view. With President Trump having deployed a Naval strike fleet to South Korea, China mobilizing over a hundred thousand troops to the border and Russia following suit with

With a U.S. Naval Fleet set to fully arrive off the North Korean coast this week and the rogue state’s leader Kim Jong Un reportedly continuing to expand his nuclear program and missile testing, President Donald Trump told United Nations Security Council ambassadors that the status quo must change.  The President has asked that new sanctions

As tensions heat up with North Korea and the potential for a nuclear exchange becomes all the more real, residents of Japan are panic buying everything from nuclear shelters to air purifiers in preparation: Sales of nuclear shelters and radiation-blocking air purifiers have surged in Japan in recent weeks as North Korea has pressed ahead

In late March U.S. intelligence sources announced that terrorist organizations have found a novel and deadly way to smuggle explosives onto airplanes utilizing everyday laptops. Though officials declined to provide additional details, some believe that the intelligence highlighting the new threat was the result of President Trump’s raid on an Al Queda compound in Yemen that

The U.S. power grid appears to have been hit with multiple power outages affecting San Francisco, New York and Los Angeles. Officials report that business, traffic and day-to-day life has come to a standstill in San Francisco, reportedly the worst hit of the three major cities currently experiencing outages. Power companies in all three regions