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Govern America | August 5, 2017 | Techno Bubble

Techno Bubble


Hosts: Vicky Davis, Darren Weeks

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We say goodbye to yet another patriot researcher and truth seeker. Hackers at DefCon prove what Govern America has been saying for years about voting machines. Follow-up from last week on North Korea's nuclear program and the U.S. missile defense system. Smart highways, smart cars, smart trains, and smart water bottles. We explore audio from the World Economic Forum, a Congressional hearing, and the Aspen Institute. What are the effects, when security researchers are arrested as criminals?


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Show Notes

Note: Original links may degrade over time. May include items we didn't get to during the show.


Imaging EFX by Kenny's Voice, Licenced Under CC-BY 3.0


Select instrumental bumps copyright "Big Fish", licensed to Coalition to Govern America, LLC via Music Radio Creative.


Special thanks to Kevin MacLeod of and to Matt at for their outstanding work in additional bumper music selections.


Show art source material by Alexas_Fotos, and Geralt, licensed for free commercial use via Pixabay.






Jim Marrs R.I.P.





Hackers at DefCon conference exploit vulnerabilities in voting machines

Lee Camp on Vote Machine Hacks at DefCon




Unholy Alliances for the New World Order —Vicky Davis

Car drove 4,300-plus miles autonomously on cross-country trip, ending at Virginia's Executive Mansion

Musk: Self-driving Teslas between LA and NYC by end of year

Lyft to Develop Self-Driving Car Technology in New Silicon Valley Facility

World Economic Forum: Self-Driving Cars

Congressional Hearing on Self-Driving Cars

Levels of Automation for Self-Driving Car Technology Phase-In

New Invasive Measures Are Coming to Your Local Airport

Automatic Train Control

Automatic Train Stop


BAE, Britain’s Largest Arms Maker, Posts Record Profits

China Shows Off Military Might, and Xi Jinping Puts Rivals on Notice

Xi Calls for Strong Army, Tells China Troops 'World Isn't Safe'

Putin shows off Russia's naval might with major parade

U.S. THAAD missile hits test target amid growing pressure from North Korea

Bill Clinton on North Korea Nuclear Deal (1994)

Clinton Approves Technology Transfer to China (1999)

Commandant: 'I Will Not Break Faith' With Transgender Coast Guardsmen

THE ASPEN INSTITUTE: “Congress’ Role in the Making and Execution of National Security Policy in the Trump Era”

The Aspen Institute Video

OPM Confirms Digital Personnel Files Offline Until End of Month





Was British hacker facing 40 years in jail DUPED into giving malware virus to criminals posing as researchers? Techies fear Wannacry hero was 'set up' as he faces Las Vegas court


Marcus Hutchins' Twitter


Mercedes-Benz has 3D-printed a replacement part out of metal


Behind the Sudden Death of a $1 Billion Secret C.I.A. War in Syria

Marcus Hutchins ‘Saved the U.S.’ From WannaCry Cyberattack on Bedroom Computer


ChazzSongs: Communitarian Law


"The intelligence director told me that (Armitage) said, 'Be prepared to be bombed. Be prepared to go back to the Stone Age."

—Pakistan's leader, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, on threats allegedly made by then Deputy Secretary of State, Richard Armitage of the G.W. Bush administration, if he didn't switch his support from Afghanistan's pro-Al Qaeda Taliban regime to the American-led war on terror.


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