90 Miles From Tyranny : 2018-11-18

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U.S. Army might have found its new rifle in Colorado Springs garage

The Army adopted its battle rifle in 1963 and has spent 55 years looking for a replacement for the M-16 and its variants.

They might have found it in Martin Grier’s Colorado Springs garage. Grier, a self-described inventor who has worked at a local bed and breakfast, built the new “ribbon gun” with a hobbyist’s tools. It looks like a space-age toy drawn by a fifth-grader.

But goofy origins and cartoon-looks aside, this could be the gun of the future. The Army is studying Grier’s gun and has ordered a military-grade prototype.

The specifications are incredible, four 6 mm barrels cut side by side within one steel block. New ammunition blocks fired by electromagnetic actuators that could theoretically give the weapon a firing rate of 250 rounds per second.

And then there’s the feature no soldier would turn down. “It’s called a power shot,” Grier said.

That’s the shotgun feature of this sniper-shot, machine-assault gun that can send four bullets simultaneously whizzing toward an enemy at more than 2,500 mph.

It isn’t science fiction. He’s built the gun and patented the technology behind it. Now his garage-based company, FD munitions, is hoping the Army will buy it.

“A multibore firearm, with several bores within a single barrel, could potentially exhibit many of the advantages of a multibarrel design, while reducing the size, weight and complexity disadvantages,” Grier wrote in his 2016 patent application.

The “ribbon gun” can fire multiple rounds at once.

The “ribbon gun” can fire multiple rounds at once.Courtesy photo

He got the idea in the 1990s after a day of shooting a .22-caliber rifle with his kids.

Modern weapons aren’t that far removed from the ones used by George Washington’s army, Grier says. They use a mechanical firing mechanism that’s prone to failure. And from muskets to the AK-47, they fire one bullet at a time.

“What if a rifle could fire more than one bullet at a time and be tied to the tools of the electronic age?” he wondered.

His first invention changed the ammunition. Rather than a single shell casing, his bullets are encapsulated in blocks.

In a block with four rounds, each round is aligned with a barrel. Grier prefers to call them “bores,” because all of the barrels are in a single piece of metal.

The second invention is behind the bullet. In other rifles, the trigger is connected to a mechanical trigger pin, which fires the gunpowder and sends the bullet flying.

The “ribbon gun” includes a new style of ammunition with bullets encased in a four-round block rather than individual casings. 

In his weapon, the trigger is an electronic switch that sends a signal to an electromagnetic actuator behind the block of bullets. The four bullets in the block of rounds each has its actuator. That means you fire the rounds individually or simultaneously.

Selecting the “power shot” option fires all four bullets at once.

Getting this to work requires a new kind of machining to get the four rifle bores lined up. In a traditional weapon, this is accomplished with technology that would be familiar to 19th-century blacksmiths — a drill.

With Grier’s gun, the barrels are cut by electricity that runs between a pair of electrodes through a thin wire. The high-tech method offers an incredible degree of precision thanks to computer control.

The first rifle, which weighs about 6½ pounds, slightly less than the M-16, hasn’t been cheap. Grier has poured more than $500,000 of his savings and investment by...

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10 Mind-Blowing Things That Happened This Week (11/23/18)

Keeping up with the news is hard. So hard, in fact, that we’ve decided to save you the hassle by rounding up the most significant, unusual, or just plain old mind-blowing stories each week

This week, with the dust finally settled and the US midterms receding in the rearview mirror, it was time for stories from the rest of the world to take center stage once again. Away from American shores, Russia received an unexpected humiliation, Cambodia reopened some old wounds, and Papua New Guinea went more than a little nuts. But there were still at least a couple of stories coming from the States. And, once again, one of them involved guns. Quelle surprise.

10A Mass Shooting Hit A Chicago Hospital

Photo credit: Rick Majewski/Newscom

For years, 32-year-old Juan Lopez had cultivated a troubling track record of threatening people with guns.[1] Despite these warning signs, authorities failed to take his concealed carry permit away from him. On Monday, the inevitable happened. After getting in an argument with his ex-fiancee at Chicago’s Mercy Hospital, Lopez pulled out his Glock and started shooting. He didn’t stop until responding officers shot him dead. 

Lopez killed not just his ex, Doctor Tamara O’Neal, but also pharmacy resident Dayna Less and police officer Samuel Jimenez. While it’s debatable whether his actions qualified as a mass shooting (the standard definition is a shooting that results in four deaths, but not every source agrees on whether to count the perpetrator among them), they certainly qualified as yet another depressing example of American gun violence in a year that’s been full of them. 

At the heart of the story was Lopez’s clear psychological unfitness to own a firearm. He’d threatened O’Neal with a gun before. He’d threatened to shoot up his old workplace. Sadly, authorities ignored these warning signs.

9Russia Lost The Interpol Presidency In A Shocking Vote

Photo credit: Kang Kyung-kook/AP

Back in September, Interpol’s president mysteriously vanished in his native China. Aside from showing that Beijing is super serious about going after anyone who stands against it, the disappearance of Meng Hongwei meant Interpol suddenly had a vacant seat at the head of the table.

This week, all 94 member nations voted on who would replace Hongwei. Going in, the strong favorite was Russia’s Alexander Prokopchuk, already vice president of Interpol. Although the US and some European nations campaigned against him, it was believed the vote was in the bag.

Well, it wasn’t. In a shock move, Interpol’s presidency instead went to its Asian VP, South Korea’s Kim Jong-yang.[2] The debacle demonstrated just how severely isolated Moscow has become following the attempted nerve agent assassination of a spy in Britain.

There was more drama at the summit on the sidelines. While Russia was getting locked out of the presidency, Russian allies Serbia were ensuring Kosovo’s application to join the body was rejected. Pristina has responded by slapping 100-percent tariffs on goods from Serbia.

8PNG’s Parliament Was Attacked By Its Own Security Forces

Photo credit: AFP

In the normal course of things, a nation’s security forces are the guys meant to stop protestors from smashing the Parliament up. But things are rarely normal in Papua New Guinea (PNG), an impoverished nation that ranks as one of the poorest countries in the world. On Tuesday, hundreds of police officers and soldiers stormed the Parliament in Port Moresby. Their reason? The government hadn’t paid their wages.[3]

Earlier this month, PNG hosted the Apec summit, an important gathering of Pacific nations that is traditionally very expensive to police. To ensure that none of Port Moresby’s violent criminal gangs made off with the delegates or anything, the government promised thousands of police and army regulars a 350-kina ($104) bonus to police the event. They then failed to pay up. Security forces took out their frustration on the Parliament.

Windows and furniture were smashed during the hours-long riot, and a small number of lawmakers were beaten up. The government seems to have now gotten the message, promising to pay bonuses as soon as possible.

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Brother of Honduran president detained in Miami for ‘conspiring to import cocaine’

Juan Antonio Hernandez, shown here, the brother of Honduran president Juan Orlando Hernandez, was detained by federal agents in Miami on Friday for “conspiring to import cocaine” and “related weapons offenses,” according to the U.S. attorney’s office for the Southern District of New York

Read more here: https://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/community/miami-dade/article222118275.html#storylink=cpy
Less than a year after a convicted drug lord testified that he had met with the Honduran president’s brother to discuss the repayment of debt related to a money-laundering operation, Juan Antonio “Tony” Hernandez was detained by federal agents in Miami on drug and weapons charges.

Hernandez, the brother of President Juan Orlando Hernandez, was detained Friday for “conspiring to import cocaine into the United States, and related weapons charges,” said James Margolin, the chief public information office for the U.S. attorney’s office for the Southern District of New York, in a statement to the Miami Herald.

Margolin said Hernandez was expected to appear in federal court in Miami on Monday.

The office of the Honduran president issued a statement Friday evening confirming Hernandez had been detained. The statement reiterated previous remarks from President Hernandez that the accused deserve the presumption of innocence, but that no man is above the law.

Devis Leonel Rivera Maradiaga, the ex-leader of the Honduran cartel Los Cachiros, testified in March during a pre-sentencing hearing for the now-convicted son of former Honduran president Porfirio Lobo Sosa that he met with Juan Antonio Hernandez to urge the government to pay a supposed debt to a company the traffickers used to launder dirty money.

The Honduran news site La Prensa reports that Hernandez “was going to get government finances to pay Inrimar,” a cartel-operated company that sought government contracts with Honduras.

Fabio Lobo, the former president’s son, pleaded guilty to cocaine smuggling, and Rivera has said he bribed both Lobos. Hernandez has denied any involvement in illegal activities.

Rivera’s cooperation with the federal government has brought criminal charges against Fabio Lobo, along with seven police officers from Honduras’ national force and several members of a powerful Honduran banking family,

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The 90 Miles Mystery Box: Episode #450

You have come across a mystery box. But what is inside? 
It could be literally anything from the serene to the horrific, 
from the beautiful to the repugnant, 
from the mysterious to the familiar.

If you decide to open it, you could be disappointed, 
you could be inspired, you could be appalled. 

This is not for the faint of heart or the easily offended. 
You have been warned.

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Feminists Charge $500 For ‘Heal From Internalized Whiteness’ Seminar

With admission averaging at only $475, Everyday Feminism is offering readers the opportunity to attend “Heal From Internalized Whiteness” seminars where they can learn to identify racism in their daily lives.

The website for the seminar, led by Everyday Feminism founder Sandra Kim, claims that white people are stepping forward in record numbers to combat racism due to the election of President Donald Trump.

However, many of these anti-Trump whites may be “unconsciously acting in racist ways.”

These misguided souls have the opportunity to pay Everyday Feminism up to $600 so they might “connect to the pain of internalized white supremacy and consciously choose to not act in racist way.”

Those who pay to attend will learn, among other things, “how to notice when your internalized whiteness is manifesting – even if you’re unconscious to it,” and maybe most importantly, “how to loosen the grip of internalized whiteness on you – even if you feel overwhelmed”.

Attendees will also learn “how to talk to other white folks” about racism, including how to guide other people into the conversation. They will also be given a guide on how to engage in self talk.

Ironically, the course appears to be available exclusively to whites, though Everyday Feminism is considering launching a version of the seminar available exclusively for “people of color who work with white folks.”

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When President Trump got word of another “caravan” heading for the United States, he told a group of black conservatives, “I called up the military.” Some 5,800 troops arrived to back up the Border Patrol and National Guard units. The troops strung up miles of barbed wire but that did not deter the “migrants,” from mounting what some Mexicans called an “invasion.” The troops will soon be heading home but the military can still offer strategic lessons in border enforcement.

Last year, Mexican Nationals Hugo Mejia and Rodrigo Nuñez showed up at Travis Air Force Base, near Fairfield, California. Travis is home to with a fleet of C-5, KC-10 and C-17 aircraft and more than 25,000 people live and work on the base. As a matter of security and common sense, anyone entering Travis must pass through security screening.

Mejia and Nuñez came with a crew to work on a hospital, but when base security scanned the Mexicans’ identification it came back false. As it turned out, both were deported in 2001 but re-entered the U.S. illegally. Nuñez was also deported in 2003 and again illegally entered the United States. This should confirm that US border policy is a complete bust. The case also proved educational on the default description of illegals as “undocumented.”

Mejia and Nuñez, or whatever their real names, carried false documents, and identity theft is a hardly a victimless crime. When base authorities called in ICE, Mejia conducted his interview in Spanish, after more than a decade in the United States. That should cast doubt on the claim that Mexicans are assimilating to American culture and learning English in the manner of past legal immigrants.

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Free trade economists’ claims for months that the United States would be crippled by President Trump’s tariffs on $250 billion worth of Chinese products have been debunked by new research that shows it is China paying for the tariffs, not the U.S.

The free trade apparatus of Wall Street, Washington, DC, and the big business lobby repeatedly claimed over the course of the last year that Trump’s 25 percent tariffs on $250 billion worth of Chinese goods would hurt the U.S. and American consumers.

Research by EconPol Europe reveals that the vast majority, 20.5 percent of the 25 percent tariff is being paid by China while only 4.5 percent is being paid by the U.S.

The research notes that the tariffs will have the intended economic nationalist impact that Trump — and his loyal advisers Wilbur Ross and Peter Navarro — were hoping for in that they will reduce the U.S.-China trade deficit by 17 percent and cut down the number of Chinese imports in the U.S.

Trade expert and blogger Alan Tonelson wrote that the study proves Trump should stay strong in his effort to make the U.S. less reliant on Chinese imports.

“So although this study isn’t the last word on the U.S.-China trade wars, it provides important support for the Trump approach purely in economic terms,” Tonelson writes.

“Coupled with America’s vital strategic stake in preventing China from stealing and subsidizing its way to greater global competitiveness in the high tech and advanced manufacturing industries crucial both to U.S. national security and prosperity, it’s a strong signal for the President to stay his current China course – and even to move more explicitly to disengage America from what clearly has been a losing and increasingly...

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Hillary Clinton said Europe should curtail immigration, but only because it inflames right-wing populists.

Speaking to The Guardian, Clinton called on European leaders, including German chancellor Angela Merkel, to signal that “Europe is not going to be able to continue provide refuge and support” to migrants.

“I think Europe needs to get a handle on migration because that is what lit the flame,” Clinton told The Guardian.

“I admire the very generous and compassionate approaches that were taken particularly by leaders like Angela Merkel, but I think it is fair to say Europe has done its part, and must send a very clear message — ‘we are not going to be able to continue provide refuge and support’ — because if we don’t deal with the migration issue it will continue to roil the body politic.”

More than 1 million migrants and refugees have entered the EU since 2015, according to The Guardian. The surge of migrants has caused a political crisis across Europe.

Clinton also took aim at President Donald Trump and Steve Bannon, the former White House strategist who helped craft many of Trump’s views on immigration.

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DOJ releases staggering stats on amount of illegal immigrants who skip hearings and ‘disappear’

New Justice Department statistics reveal that half of the young illegal immigrants who are caught crossing the border do not follow through by appearing in deportation courts.

About 25,000 mostly young, single Latin American males end up hiding out in the US for the rest of their lives as they refuse to comply with orders to appear in court, according to a disturbing analysis of the Department of Justice statistics conducted by the Center for Immigration Studies, the Washington Examiner reported.

Nearly 60,000 “unaccompanied alien children” are projected to cross the border in 2018 with most of given temporary entry with directions to appear at immigration court.

According to the report by former immigration official Andrew Arthur:

The number of UACs who were ordered removed in absentia, that is, after failing to appear for immigration court, has skyrocketed from 450 in FY 2010 to 6,662 in FY 2018, an almost 1,500 percent increase during a period of time when the number of UACs apprehended increased about 272 percent (from 18,411 in FY 2010 to 50,036 in FY 2018). In fact, in FY 2018, half of all case completions involving UACs were in absentia orders, according to [Justice’s Executive Office for Immigration Review] compared to an overall in absentia average of 25 percent of all case completions.

An unbelievable number of these illegal immigrants are released instead of being held.

“Thus far in FY18, 13,186 UACs were released into the interior of the United States — that’s in addition to the 42,146 UACs and 52,147 UACs who were released in FY17 and FY16 respectively, bringing the total number of UACs released from FY16 to date in excess of 107,000,” a Homeland Security Department report, which was referred to by Arthur, read.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement is faced with the daunting and expensive prospect of finding the illegal immigrants , many of whom are sheltered by organizations and in sanctuary cities, the Washington Examiner reported.

“The huge percentage of UACs in absentia orders suggests that those individuals simply entered the United States to remain in this country illegally, and are not seeking protection from some danger that would entitle them to humanitarian relief, or to some other immigration benefit,” Arthur wrote.

There are an estimated 2,300 “unaccompanied alien children” in the Central American migrant caravan headed to the US border, according to a UNICEF report.

“Any court system in which half of the parties required to appear fail to do so is in crisis,” Arthur wrote, adding “Respectfully, Congress and the courts created this mess.”

Arthur concluded the analysis with a scathing commentary on the staggering statistics. “The reasons that those parents are subjecting their children to such hardships and abuse is as clear as the facts set forth above: Bring a child to the United States, and the child will likely be released, as will you. If I were to attempt such a journey with my son, however, I doubtless would be arrested by the authorities and charged with child abuse and...

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The 90 Miles Mystery Box: Episode #449

You have come across a mystery box. But what is inside? 
It could be literally anything from the serene to the horrific, 
from the beautiful to the repugnant, 
from the mysterious to the familiar.

If you decide to open it, you could be disappointed, 
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You have been warned.

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Ilya Somin of the Volokh Conspiracy, a blog hosted by the Washington Post, revisits the story of the Pilgrims at Plymouth and how instituting private property rights saved the community from ruin.

There is much to be thankful for on Thanksgiving. One lesson of the holiday that we should try not to forget is how the Pilgrims were saved from starvation and misery by private property rights. Economist Benjamin Powell summarizes the story here:
Many people believe that after suffering through a severe winter, the Pilgrims’ food shortages were resolved the following spring when the Native Americans taught them to plant corn and a Thanksgiving celebration resulted. In fact, the pilgrims continued to face chronic food shortages for three years until the harvest of 1623. Bad weather or lack of farming knowledge did not cause the pilgrims’ shortages. Bad economic incentives did.

In 1620 Plymouth Plantation was founded with a system of communal property rights. Food and supplies were held in common and then distributed based on equality and need as determined by Plantation officials. People received the same rations whether or not they contributed to producing the food, and residents were forbidden from producing their own food. Governor William Bradford, in his 1647 history, Of Plymouth Plantation, wrote that this system was found to breed much confusion and discontent and retard much employment that would have been to their benefit and comfort. The problem was that “young men, that were most able and fit for labour, did repine that they should spend their time and strength to work for other men’s wives and children without any recompense.” Because of the poor incentives, little food was produced.

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