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Mark Megahan

Mark Megahan

Biography

I have been living in Arizona since the mid-1980’s. Formerly a personal injury paralegal, I have been active on social media for several years in the realm of Conservative politics. I also volunteer as an advocate to help those who are disabled by Chemical Hypersensitivity, such as myself, to obtain their rights.

BREAKING: New Jersey Man Sentenced As Clinton Uranium One Scandal Unravels

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Theodore Chuang, Maryland’s U.S. District Judge, sentenced Boris Rubizhevsky of Closter, New Jersey to “a year and a day” in prison. The 67-year-old will also face three years of supervised release and a $26,500 fine. Charged with conspiracy to commit money laundering, Boris was the middleman in the Uranium One scheme. His role was “arranging bribes for the awarding of contracts with Russia’s state-owned nuclear energy corporation,” the U.S. Justice Department announced in a statement Monday. In the five...

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  • American Strength

Government Approves FIRST Tracking Pill, Designed For Certain People As Questions Loom

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration gave their final seal of approval to a first of its kind “digitally enhanced medication.” Abilify MyCite “is designed for the treatment of schizophrenia, acute treatment of manic and mixed episodes associated with a bipolar disorder, and for use as an add-on treatment for depression in adults.” This group of patients seems to be an unlikely choice for a test of the new technology though. Dr. Paul Appelbaum questions how effective “a system...

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Liberals Begin New Program As National Fund Initiated, Certain Group Focus Of Efforts

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A highly effective 10-year project to assist Bronx defendants on a tight budget, by posting their bail, is expanding nationwide. Focused on making sure “that no one is incarcerated for their poverty,” the Bail Project will use a $16 million revolving national fund to bail out 160,000 people in 40 different cities over the next five years. The idea was the brainchild of liberal New York attorney Robin Steinberg, associated with the nonprofit group, Bronx Defenders. She noticed that...

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  • States’ Rights

Delaware Police Unveil Newest Security Cameras, But Citizens Revolt As Rights Questioned

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Delaware police cruisers are being  equipped with a “dashcam on steroids.” Able to read license plates and identify faces, police call the upgraded security cameras an “extra set of eyes.” As the newest technology is unveiled, civil rights groups fear a citizen’s revolution over “profiling” and “misuse of data” questions. “Smart” cameras hooked up with artificial intelligence are being rolled out with the goal of helping police recognize fugitives, missing children, and wandering seniors. According to David Hinojosa, “the...

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National Security Agency Reeling As Hacking Tools Exposed, Civilians Affected

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A double whammy has the NSA reeling. First came the Shadow Brokers 2016 heist, then WikiLeaks released Vault 7 and Vault 8 collections of hacking tools and manuals stolen from C.I.A.’s Center for Cyber Intelligence. National Security Agency honchos are scrambling to explain how Fort Meade’s cyberweapons ended up being used against civilian U.S. businesses. Worse yet, more attacks are coming. Taxpayer-funded hacking tools are loose in the wild, pointed right at U.S. citizens. The gaping wounds hacked into...

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