Jesse Ventura's Off The Grid:Vigilant News
Jesse Ventura: How Bernie Sanders Sold Out
The Governor explains how he came to the conclusion that Bernie Sanders is not fighting for a third party movement but perhaps instead fighting for his own good.
Jesse Ventura remembers his hero, Muhammad Ali
“The Greatest of All Time,” Muhammad Ali, left us this past Friday, June 4th. Ali died at a Phoenix-area hospital, where he’d spent his last days being treated for respiratory complications.
Jesse Ventura: Snowden performed public service & is a hero
In an interview with former Obama adviser David Axelrod for CNN, former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder stated that Edward Snowden’s leaking thousands of classified documents to the public was “inappropriate and illegal.” However, Holder also added that Snowden “actually performed a public service by raising the debate that we engaged in and by the changes that we made." In light of these comments, the White House offered a rebuttal, stating that President Obama does not, in fact, think Snowden performed a public service.
Jesse Ventura: Why voters should listen to Gov. Gary Johnson
The Libertarian party has selected a presidential ticket headed by former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson at the party convention in Orlando, Florida, this past weekend. Johnson also got his pick for VP: former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld will join him as his running mate this election cycle.
Jesse Ventura: Clinton will do anything to win, even pick Sanders as VP
Recent polls place Bernie Sanders is well ahead of Donald Trump, beating him by double digits, whereas Hillary Clinton and Trump are neck-and-neck, with Trump sometimes clearing Clinton by single digit points.
Jesse Ventura: Here's one reason why I can’t be president
“I know for a fact today, that if you’re gonna lead this country, and I’ve said this before, you would have to be dishonest in one form or another,” says the former Governor of Minnesota.
Is there hope for our economy? Most Americans don’t think so.
A new study by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research found that 6 in 10 Americans view the economy as “poor,” and less than 25 percent expect to see improvement in the near future. Among the report’s more gloomy findings, the researchers found that most American workers haven’t seen a single salary increase in years, with 46 percent claiming stagnant wages, while 16 percent claim they’ve suffered pay cuts.
Jesse Ventura: I am not running for president
Stop the rumor mill: it’s official. The former Governor of Minnesota, one of our country’s true independents, officially announces he will not be running for president in this election cycle.