US v. HELLER has flaws, and here is one of the 1st of many examples that we will soon see. HELLER will be wielded against the people, not for them.
The proposals followed a March federal court ruling that the park service had violated the First Amendment by keeping war protesters from the parade for President Bush's second inauguration. The court said the service allowed event organizers
A federal judge has ordered three college students to cancel a presentation at a computer hackers' conference showing security flaws in the automated fare system used by Boston's subway.
Protesters at the Democratic National Convention in Denver can be restricted to fenced-in pens, federal judge ruled, saying that security needs outweighed curbs on their rights. [Can't state it any plainer.]
Federal agents may take a traveler's laptop computer or other electronic device to an off-site location for an unspecified period of time without any suspicion of wrongdoing, as part of border search policies the Department of Homeland Security r
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then youth activists trained by the Leadership Institute in Arlington, Virginia, overwhelmingly transformed the tone of media coverage of the Supreme Court decision overturning the Washington, DC gun ban. They
The City of Norfolk has dropped cursing in public charges against rapper Raymond "Boots" Riley, who was removed from the stage during a performance at the Bayou Boogaloo for ntroducing a band member as "the best fuckin’ drummer I’ve ev
As a result of these steps, the president now has much more power than ever before in U.S. history, certainly more than our Constitution allows him, according to most Constitutional scholars such as Jonathan Turley, Glenn Greenwald, Bruce Fein, and J
"Anyone that this president or the next one declares to be a terrorist could then be held indefinitely without a trial."
The court effectively ruled that President Bush has the same right to indefinitely detain a civilian on American soil as he does an enemy soldier on a battlefield.
AP concludes gloomily, "Community backlash can restrain service providers, but as Internet companies continue to consolidate and Internet users spend more time using vendor-controlled platforms such as mobile devices or social-networking sites..
Rant all you want in a public park. A cop generally won't eject you for your remarks alone, however unpopular or provocative. Say it on the Internet, and you'll find that free speech and other constitutional rights are anything but guaranteed
The new policy, law enforcement officials say, would let agents open terrorism investigations after mining public records and intelligence to build a profile of traits that, taken together, are deemed suspicious.
An Indiana teacher who used a much lauded bestseller, The Freedom Writers Diary, to try to inspire under-performing high-school students has been suspended from her job without pay for 18 months.
The infamous "free speech zone," set to make a comeback at Denver's upcoming Democratic National Convention, needs to be within earshot of delegates, a coalition of civil liberties advocates backed by the ACLU said.
1200 volunteers around the country today will be meeting with GOP candidates, the president, and congress to serve them with a petition for a redress of grievances as allow by the first amendment.
"The precision of these satellites, they can literally capture crystal clear images of your car as you leave the studio this afternoon. And capture them in government computer databases. And it raises all sorts of concerns. To some degree, the a
Mark Klein, the retired AT&T engineer who stepped forward with the technical documents at the heart of the anti-wiretapping case against AT&T, is furious at the Senate's vote that put an end to that lawsuit and 30 others.
WTP Foundation Chairman Bob Schulz calls for a "publicity bomb" in support of next week's service of legal Notice and Demand for Redress of Grievances on all Members of Congress and the President.
"Never appease political bullies, President Bush admonished at the Israeli Knesset," MSNBC's Keith Olbermann opened. "Oddly, House Democrats chose to ignore him on the subject of dealing with him."
No warrant, no knock home invasions are being carried out on the flimsy pretext of "checking for structural damage" as cops harass and threaten with arrest people who refuse to have their homes ransacked by thugs in uniforms.
YouTube video from Fox News of D.C. Police cordoning off an entire neighborhood and forcing all vehicle traffic through a few choke points where vehicle occupants are interrogated regarding who they are & why they want to travel into the neighborhood
While searching for the normal funny stuff at People’s Cube, a more serious subject came up: censorship. Google “Censorship” and you might get “Google”.
Ships that are understood to have held prisoners include the USS Bataan and USS Peleliu. A further 15 ships are suspected of having operated around the British territory of Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean...
We The People Foundation Chairman Bob Schulz challenges the leaders of the Future of Freedom Foundation and American Civil Liberties Union to do more in the defense of the Constitution.
Wouldn't blame him, An Israeli lover like that would be pissed if he knew that Hamas were kicking Mossad's ass.
The profound Plan put forth by the WTP organization to continue Ron Paul’s peaceful Revolution through civic action has now been posted as video on YouTube.com and Google Video.
This message is for all people who support Ron Paul's message of Freedom and want to know what they can do as a "Freedom Keeper." Read the profound plan to Secure Freedom and restore Constitutional Order.
A new Second Amendment forum--moderated by RidesAPaleHorse--and dedicated to information, news, history and discussion of the Second Amendment debuts: "The Right of the People".
Charges of racist and demonstrations by groups such as the anti-semitic Nation of Islam continue to harass local Marietta, Georgia bar owner Mike Norman over his Curious George Obama t-shirts.