Deer Trail, Colorado may issue licenses to shoot down drones

Deer Trail will vote on October 8th on whether to issue permits to hunt drones.

The tiny plains town of Deer Trail, Colorado doesn’t have much to offer visitors.  The town has a gas station, a bar and a small-time rodeo one weekend a year. But it is considering a proposal to make itself a national attraction for gun enthusiasts and people skeptical of government surveillance. Citizens of Deer Trail will vote on Oct. 8 on whether to issue permits to hunt drones.

 

 

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Rare White Lions Return To The Wild

White Lions Return To The Wild

These lions became only the second pride to take their first steps to freedom in the greater Timbavati region of South Africa. 

Immediately establishing their territory the five-strong pride delighted conservationists of the Global White Lion Protection Trust who have worked tirelessly to re-establish the rare white lion in a long term scientific reintroduction program over the past seven years.

“It was an incredibly exciting day and we have been jumping up and down in celebration,” said Linda Tucker, CEO and founder of the WLT.

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FBI Wants Authority To Hunt Criminals Thru Internet Backbone

FBI Wants Authority To Hunt Criminals Thru Internet Backbone

FBI Director Robert Mueller

FBI Director Robert Mueller knows there are online places where criminal activity is centralized: the backbone hubs located in hosting facilities across the country. All of the Internet’s activity, legal and illegal, flows through these ‘choke points,’ and the feds, of course, are already tapping those points and siphoning off data. What Mueller wants is the legal authority to comb through the backbone data, which is already being siphoned off by the NSA, in order to look for illegal activity.

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