I am sure those of you who have been visiting regularly over the past couple of months have been disappointed that there is no new content. Unfortunately, due to lack of funding and digital attacks, as well as our small group slowly going off the grid for survival, there has simply been no time to do what we used to do with this website.
Christian Coffins (co-founder) is tied up with DarkDox.com which we suggest you check out if you haven’t. It is the front end of the archive with articles, a newsletter sign up, and the ability to comment on posts, with much more interactivity along with a shop that sells our DVDs and archive thumb drives, soon we will have stickers and shirts along with other fun things to help spread the word. Mr. Coffins is also building a tree house in the woods to go ahead and get out of dodge. We suggest you do the same. Yes, you can afford it. Beamanbuyland.com
DarkDox.me is the new back end of the archive that started out as the Federal Jack Archives. James (co-founder) hooked us up with hosting since GoDaddy and everyone else has kicked us off for going viral with the video and audio streaming and downloads. We take no money from advertising, only donations which go right back into the operation.
Popeye is kicking it out in the forest as well, raising chickens, and enjoying the finer things in life. We launched rabbithole.radio to archive Down The Rabbit Hole with Popeye which should be a part of your podcasting diet along with No Agenda and DarkDox Digest.
We started FederalJack.com in 2004 with the goal of sharing what we have learned in our quest for real information. We wanted the truth about world history, politics, and the unknown. We knew we were being lied to by our schools, the news, and politicians. We knew that this was nothing new. We knew it would continue unless we did something about it. So we started the site to report on current events & archive federal documents.
Police tried to delete our footage, we got it back. We had weekly film screenings, lectures, and events in Miami for several years until we decided to hand over the project to one of our most dedicated members, Popeye. Alex and James founded HackMiami, Popeye hosted the long running Down The Rabbit Hole radio program, & I started Sacred Owls, and DarkDox.com.
Now, 15 year later we want a fresh start.
We are proud to announce a new chapter of FederalJack. A new domain, FedJack.com, shorter, easier to remember. We built a fresh new site with all new content and we do plan on archiving all the old content as well.
We are looking for new talent as well. If you like what we have done so far and have some skills, email us to join the team!