While everyone is focused on the Kavanaugh three-ring circus, guess who’s in the process of moving their entire operation to China? Acxiom, a tech company in the business of collecting data on everyone. As in everyone on the planet, not just United States citizens.
Douglas Gabriel interviews Michael McKibben
Eli Stickley, the 21 year old nephew of Congressman Jim Jordan, was pronounced dead after being transported to Illini Hospital in Silvis, Illinois. Stickley was driving a 2004 black Nissan Frontier that left the roadway on westbound Interstate 74 in Henry County at 8:19 p.m. Thursday, according to the Illinois State Police.
After the vehicle went into the right-hand ditch, it over-corrected and rolled across westbound lanes of traffic, the state police said, ending up on the passenger side in the passing lane. Stickley and a passenger were transported to Illini Hospital in Silvis, Illinois. No update was available on the passenger, who has not been identified by police. Stickley, a member of The University of Wisconsin wrestling team, was about to enter his redshirt junior season with the Badgers.
Congressman Jordan has established himself as a thorn in the side of the DC swamp.
How Hillary Crashes Planes, Cars and Trains
Agilent Technologies in Palo Alto, CA holds the patent to this little guy, the QRS-11. A quartz rate sensor the diameter of a quarter, the QRS-11 is embedded in most aircraft autopilots. … In the late 1980’s and early 1990’s, Hillary Clinton’s Rose Law Firm in Little Rock, Arkansas was the original attorney representing the inventor of the QRS-11 sensor in BEI Electronics/Technologies. This sensor was so critical to national security the State Department fined Boeing $16 million.