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Use defunct military bases to house the homeless and provide jobs and job training for those that want/need it.

We are about to see a 4 million strong increase in the US homeless population to add to the more than 1/2 million people who are already homeless.  

This will make the Dustbowl days and the Great Depression look like child's play.  

There are numerous defunct military bases across the country that have been sitting idle for years.  

I don't know the actual status of the 2 decommissioned bases in WA One is in Seattle... more »

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Additional Incentive Recommendations to Increase U.S. COVID-19 Vaccination Rates

The City of Lorain, Ohio, held a "Vaxxing on the River" concert event last weekend that was successful in convincing a significant number of people to get COVID-19 (hereafter Covid) vaccinations.  The event provided discounted outdoor concert tickets for people who were vaccinated, and/or got vaccinated at the venue site prior to the concert.  I previously submitted a version of this recommendation to the DHS Ideascale... more »

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Incentive Recommendations to Increase COVID-19 Vaccination Rates

As of July 9th, slightly over 67.4% of U.S. adults 18 and older have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 (hereafter Covid) vaccination, and approximately 60 percent are fully vaccinated.  However, Covid vaccination rates vary widely across the states and U.S. Territories with Vermont having close to 86% of its residents who have received one Covid vaccination dose, and Mississippi having only 47.2% of its residents... more »

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Water pipeline to get water from inundated areas of the country to dry areas of the country.

Instead of creating oil pipelines, why can't we get water pipelines crisscrossing the country to get water from wet areas like the midwest and South East of the country over to the Western US states?  

 

The technology already exists and the bonus is that a water spill from a pipeline break is much less damaging than a fossil fuel spill.  

 

It could be a plan in the infrastructure bill to make it happen.  You could... more »

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Could Community Engagement Be A Terrorism Threat ? trending idea

With the rise of desperate social & fraternal groups comes hoards of groups willing to do anything for money. 

 

There are groups using sting ray technology and SS7 for stalking not crime prevention or public health survillance or policing but people that profit off harassment like role players. 

 

One private investigator recorded in 2004 harassment over 70 times just at gas stations. Ofcourse not one police report... more »

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Gangstalking & IRS Complaints

Dealing with extreme terrorism threats can be troubling. If your followed around by people you dont know and they are tied to a non profit consider helping America by contacting the IRS to remove a non profits exemption. 

Form 13909, and any supporting documentation, can be submitted in a variety of ways: Mail to IRS EO Classification, Mail Code 4910DAL, 1100 Commerce St., Dallas, TX 75242-1198 Fax to 214-413-5415, or... more »

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Is The National.Sherrifs Association A Defense Contractor

Seems alot of these sherrif associations are used for defense contracting like targeted harassment. https://yadi.sk/d/q2mTj6quDbfQCA

Florida Sherrifs Association has no complaint form process and The National Sherrifs Association acts like a fbi contractor. 

 

In Texas i recorded many videos showing them harassing me through a program called The Youths Explorer program.

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Thinking Outside the Net

For information security we must think outside the net. It appears all hacking is via the internet. The internet was patterned after the Pentagon's ARPAnet. There is no effective policing of the internet. All traffic must use TCP/IP protocol.

Before the internet became the only means of digital communication, industry and government communicated via private networks. These were virtually "hard wired" Point to Point and... more »

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Deportation of Afghan Interpreter

The terrorists rode on motorcycles to the home in Afghanistan. They wore masks and carried guns. They came upon a little boy, grabbed him by the neck, and demanded he bring them bread. If he didn't, they would harm him and his family, they said.

The little boy was 9 years old. He had never seen a gun before. He was scared. He did as they asked.

That interaction, decades later, could prove to be a death sentence for... more »

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