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SOTG 444 - United Nations to Control the Internet?

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Do you know what ICANN is all about? Would your friends think you were a conspiracy nut if you told them that the United States plans to surrender control of Internet domains to the United Nations?

It appears as though that is exactly what is going to happen. How will this affect you?

During our SWAT Fuel Fitness Talk, Jarrad will open up the floor via Facebook and take questions from the SOTG audience.

Also, we have two Go Team moments that oddly mimic each other. You might not believe what saved the lives of two police officers in complete separate incidents.

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  • SWAT Fuel Fitness Talk: Q&A Session
    • Getting older lol . Things tearing . Joints popping . longer downtime etc – Zach Hall
    • It’s definitely NOT eating pop tarts for breakfast! The only Fitness problem I seem to have is that I hate to run. I don’t mind doing hill sprints. But running for long periods of time makes me want to shoot myself. – Jess Allen Britt
    • You’ve talked a lot about how to lose weight, what about someone who needs to gain weight? – Lee Riddle
    • Scheduling and getting back in the grove… – Danny Bronson
    • Motivation – Chase Hicks
    • I’m having a problem keeping a schedule and building a routine that works for me… I use body resistance and running. I find myself running more than “working out”. I don’t own any weights, nore do I belong to a gym. My wife and two children keep me very busy.
    • I’d like to build all around strength and stamina. I don’t even know if I should be running as much as I do. – Bill Waldron
    • My biggest problem is crying while working out. But seriously it sucks lifting and running, so letting life get in front of working out is my problem. – Daniel Wilson
    • Just tired all the time – Josh Blanchard
    • I have just increased my mileage on the treadmill and my knees are KILLING me. I am 47 and I’m afraid I’m getting to te point I may have to give up running. Any suggestions? – Jerry Black
  • NHP Trooper Hit but Injured, Suspect Dead in Las Vegas Shooting
  • Two Months left until Obama Gives Dictators Control of the Internet
  • An Internet Giveaway to the U.N.

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From www.studentofthegun.com/blog:

I met Dr. Dan Olesnicky a few years ago at the Shooting Hunting and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show. We were introduced by a mutual friend whose opinions I value highly. Dan told me about his company, SWAT Fuel, and gave me the five minute run down.

Dr. Dan explained that SWAT Fuel was designed for “occupational athletes”, a term not often used in common conversation. Occupational athletes are essentially any people who need to get or be physical as a part their job; cops, firemen, paramedics, soldiers, Marines, etc. Naturally, professional athletes can benefit from SWAT Fuel as well, but they tend to be instinctively more attuned to fitness and sports nutrition than the average occupational athlete.

Jarrad, my eldest son, was with me when I met Dan O and my first thought was that he (Jarrad) would benefit more from the products than I would. Dan gave us each a bottle of 9mm SWAT Fuel (fat burner in red capsules). We parted ways and followed up with each other occasionally after that.

To be completely honest, my initial interest in SWAT Fuel was the belief it would help Jarrad to cut weight when he was preparing for a fight. Jarrad has fought professionally in the Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) and boxed. Pro fight events require their competitors to “make weight” for a designated division. I really did not think SWAT Fuel would be something for me.

Nearly a year went by and I ended up on the telephone with Dr. Dan. At the time I had come to the realization that I was carrying around too much weight and had recently begun a new exercise regime. However, I had hit a wall or a plateau if you will. It seemed that no matter what I did I was stuck and I was getting discouraged and frustrated.

During my phone call with Dan I admitted to him that while I encouraged Jarrad to use the SWAT Fuel fat burner for pre-fight training, I was not really using it for myself. Dan O inquired about my multivitamin intake and I admitted that I was not taking any. Very patiently, he gave me advice about the importance of a multivitamin for someone on the far side of 40 and who was trying to get into better shape and drop weight. I ended up ordering the SWAT Fuel 9mm +P (Endurance Formula in blue capsules) and the 40 Cal multivitamins.

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From www.reviewjournal.com:

A tiny star pinned to the chest of a Nevada Highway Patrol trooper may have saved his life early Friday.

The trooper, who has not been identified, was struck by a bullet fired by a fleeing suspect but was uninjured. The suspect, who has also not been identified, was killed when the trooper returned fire, according to an NHP spokeswoman.

It’s unclear what exactly stopped the bullet that struck the trooper, spokeswoman Chelsea Stuenkel said.

“As far as ballistics go, that’s all under investigation,” she said. “A round did strike his badge. I can’t say if that’s what stopped it. But I do know there’s damage to his badge.”

The shootout happened about midnight Friday, after the trooper pulled over a white Cadillac with two men and one woman inside on the southbound side of Boulder Highway, just south of U.S. 95. It was unclear as of Friday afternoon what the trooper had initially pulled the Cadillac over for.

Stuenkel said the trooper spoke with the people inside after stopping the vehicle and was headed back to his car when the man sitting in the back of the Cadillac got out of the car and ran into a parking lot just north of Boulder Highway.

“The trooper engaged in a foot pursuit with the suspect,” Stuenkel said. “The suspect engaged the trooper with gunfire. The trooper returned gunfire. The trooper is OK … he is uninjured. The suspect was declared deceased on the scene.”

This Trooper was struck in the badge by gunfire last night. We are grateful the Trooper went home safe to his family pic.twitter.com/q3PfF5j4P4

— NHP Southern Command (@NHPSouthernComm) August 26, 2016
During the chase and shootout, the two other people inside the Cadillac remained in the vehicle and were later detained, Stuenkel said.

“As far as any pending charges, that’s under investigation,” she said.

Stuenkel also spoke about how members of the highway patrol react after troopers are shot.

“Always, when we hear about these incidents, it’s very scary in this line of work,” Stuenkel said. “We hear about it all the time throughout the country. But when it’s one of our own like this it’s shocking.

“But we come together as a family and we’re just so thankful that the trooper is OK.”

The northbound and southbound lanes of Boulder Highway between U.S. 95 and Desert Inn Road/Lamb Boulevard were closed after the shooting Friday, but reopened again about 9:30 a.m.

The coroner’s office will name the suspect killed once family has been notified.

Metropolitan Police Department will be investigating the officer-involved shooting aspect of the incident.

From www.breitbart.com:

President Barack Obama is determined to give away control of the Internet within two months — one of the worst blunders in the history of national security, economic policy, and the fight for liberty generally.

In the wake of the embarrassing revelation that the National Security Agency (NSA) was spying on foreign leaders, the Obama administration announced plans in 2014 to shift control of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) from the U.S. to a multilateral body.

Under the supervision of Obama crony and Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker — a billionaire heiress and campaign bundler with no technological experience, and a history of failure in the subprime loans industry — the administration has ignored critics of the plan. They point out that transferring control of domain names to a body like the UN’s International Telecommunication Union (ITU) could leave autocratic nations like Russia, China, and even Iran in charge of the world’s most important free medium.

Breitbart News noted in 2014:
U.S. control of domain names has guaranteed freedom of speech and commerce across the Internet, against the strenuous efforts of countries like China and Iran to suppress Internet traffic and content. In addition, victims of international terror have found potential relief in U.S. courts by suing to seize the domain names of countries like Iran in lieu of direct compensation. Without U.S. control, those victims would have no possible recourse.

The Republican-controlled House passed legislation in 2014 to defund the ICANN transfer, and in 2015 to provide Congress with a 30-day period to review it when it happens. Earlier this year, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Rep. Sean Duffy (R-WI) introduced the Protecting Internet Freedom Act to prevent the transfer without Congressional approval.

But while the bills have been debated, the administration has moved ahead, the Washington Examiner reports, with transfer scheduled Oct. 1.

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Paul G. Markel has worn many hats during his lifetime. He has been a U.S. Marine, Police Officer, Professional Bodyguard, and Small Arms and Tactics Instructor. Mr. Markel has been writing professionally for law enforcement and firearms periodicals for nearly twenty years with hundreds and hundreds of articles in print. Paul is a regular guest on nationally syndicated radio talk shows and subject matter expert in firearms training and use of force. Mr. Markel has been teaching safe and effective firearms handling to students young and old for decades and has worked actively with the 4-H Shooting Sports program. Paul holds numerous instructor certifications in multiple disciplines and a Bachelor’s degree in conflict resolution; nonetheless, he is and will remain a dedicated Student of the Gun.