Kris Cantu, producer of the online film “The United States of Terror” defines the key elements of our current Information War And most importantly, HOW do we Fight Back? Self-defense, homemade survival, getting off the Control Grid…
A real estate agent in Houston who blogged about Anna Nicole Smith was jailed for contempt last week in a defamation case brought by the late Playboy model’s mother.
Bloggers are increasingly the targets of such litigation, which are testing the bounds of free speech.
Well, America? Do you want to live with this? Remember: history shows categorically that once the state can lock `them' up without a fair trial, torture, rape them or sodomize them - well; sooner or later it will be able to do the same to your children or mine; or to you and me.
A 66-year-old woman is the first person to die under [Washington] state's new assisted suicide law. Linda Fleming died Thursday night after taking drugs prescribed under the "Death with Dignity" law that took effect in March.
A new report for a leading neoconservative group that pushes a belligerent "Israel first" agenda of conquest in the Middle East suggests that in future wars the U.S. should make censorship of media official policy and advocates "milita
President Obama told human rights advocates at the White House on Wednesday that he was mulling the need for a “preventive detention” system that would establish a legal basis for the United States to incarcerate terrorism suspects who are deemed a t
US congressmen proposed legislation to label satellite providers of incendiary TV stations as terrorist organizations -- the latest attempt by lawmakers to prevent radical anti-American propaganda from hitting the airwaves, even abroad.
The Borah Building provides office space for the Governor, who doesn't actually own the building, nor does he pay rent. So by what right does the Governor, or any of his lickspittles, file a "trespassing" complaint against the citizen
The U.S. District Court in Albany, NY has ordered the first federal lawsuit ever to directly challenge the constitutional integrity of a state’s official election procedures (which are totally dependent, almost without exception, upon machine-based v
“The State responds that no Fourth Amendment search or seizure occurs when police attach a GPS device to the outside of a vehicle when it is in a place accessible to the public and then use the device to track the vehicle while it is in public view,”
Whoever transmits in interstate or foreign commerce any communication, with the intent to coerce, intimidate, harass or cause substantial emotional distress to a person, using electronic means to support severe, repeated and hostile behavior, shall b
To keep American minds captive, the Lobby is working to ban as anti-semitic any truth or disagreeable fact that pertains to Israel. It is permissible to criticize every other country in the world, but it is anti-semitic to criticize Israel, and anti
No person can lose the right of Habeas Corpus or be confined for an indeterminate length of time - in these cases seven years - without charges being speedily brought against them. What a long "interrogation period!" Seven years?
Drop that ordinance -- and your pants if you consider it fashionable, Palm Beach County Judge Laura Johnson ruled. The judge overturned Riviera Beach's saggy pants ordinance, which had prohibited anyone from wearing pants below the waist exposing
President Barack Obama's Department of Justice has asked the Supreme Court to consider overturning a 1986 ruling that disallows a police interrogation if the suspect is not in the presence of his or her legal counsel...
The Supreme Court has ruled that police need a warrant to search the vehicle of someone they have arrested if the person is locked up in a patrol cruiser and poses no safety threat to officers. Effectively limits police to search a vehicle immediatel
Let’s review your tax dollars at work: Godlman Sachs CEO Hank Paulson lobbied the SEC to allow the 5 largest iBanks to be exempt from net capital rules, and then leverage up 40 to 1. Which they did, especially with Mortgage-backed paper and derivativ
The Texas Senate has approved a bizarre measure which would require citizens to show some sort of identification to any police officer who demands it, at any time, for any reason, 1200 WOAI news reports.
Those who advocate the sacrifice of American blood to spread democracy abroad, may want to thank the Taliban for reminding them of the difference between a democratic form of government and what we have here in America - a republic.
Perry told an Austin crowd gathered as part of the national “tea party” protests that while there was “no reason” to dissolve the union, “but if Washington continues to thumb their nose at the American people, you know, who knows what might come out
The bill's draft states that "the president may order a cybersecurity emergency and order the limitation or shutdown of Internet traffic" and would give the government ongoing access to "all relevant data concerning (critical infra
The Obama DOJ has now invented a brand new claim of government immunity, one which literally asserts that the U.S. Government is free to intercept all of your communications (calls, emails and the like) and -- even if what they're doing is blatan
The Cybersecurity Act of 2009 (PDF) gives the president the ability to "declare a cybersecurity emergency" and shut down or limit Internet traffic in any "critical" information network "in the interest of national security.**
Which states are the most free and which the least? According to this report, NH, CO, and SD are the winners, and AZ places in the top 10 thanks to its gun laws, alcohol regulations and taxes, private- and home- school regulations...
Watch Streaming Broadcast Live:
Live Chat Telegram
Share this page with your friends
on your favorite social network: