Passage of Senator Mitch McConnell's authorization for war against ISIS will not only lead to perpetual US wars across the globe, it will also endanger our civil and economic liberties.
A handful of industries are those "love to hate" types of businesses, such as cable-television companies and Internet service providers.
These exclusive Navy documents outline plans for combat training exercises along vast areas of Washington State coastline. Each shows the areas the Navy is prepared to utilize.
Executive actions expected next week will be part of the president's new year push to make progress on long-stalled problems before the 2016 presidential election heats up.
After more than a year of stonewalling and what some might call obstructing justice, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel issued an apology for the horrific execution of Laquan McDonald by Chicago police officer Jason van Dyke.
Beginning with the 1933 Enabling Act in Germany which granted Hitler all power, parliamentary bodies, especially in the United States, have consistently given up power in favor of a unitary executive. It is a trend away from liberty and toward dictat
Last week, I warned of marijuana legalization.
Europe is being overrun by refugees from Washington's, and Israel's, hegemonic policies in the Middle East and North Africa that are resulting in the slaughter of massive numbers of civilians. The inflows are so heavy that European governments ar
One of the great changes of the last fifty years is that broad populations have lost their respect for politicians. Such changes can have profound effects. Without legitimacy, it's only a matter of time before an empire fails.
After years of operating in a legal gray area, domestic drone use is starting to amass a number of official rules and guidelines.
Internal briefings read like a strategy for going to war
Banks are already required to file 'suspicious activity reports' on their customers, with threats of fines and even jail time for directors if financial institutions don't meet quotas.
If Washington D.C.'s newly legalized 'grow and give' pot law works, it could be the turning point for marijuana legislation in the U.S.Four places in America just made pot legal, but D.C. is the one to watch.
The 45 hours of tapes, made by Carmen Segarra, a former NY Fed worker, capture former co-workers, whose job was to keep banks like Goldman Sachs in line, instead deferring to the banks, unwilling to take action and being extremely passive
The U.S. Army is preparing to fight political dissidents who challenge the power of the state as "megacities" become the battleground of the future, according to a new report in the Army Times.
Two Northern California cities have made plans to rid themselves of armoured vehicles built to withstand roadside bombs that their police got for free from the U.S. Defence Department, in a move that follows criticism of the police handling of protes
A few people have sent emails justifying the killing of Brown saying they will prove he was dangerous and on drugs.
America's attention recently turned away from the violence in Iraq and Gaza toward the violence in Ferguson, Missouri, following the shooting of Michael Brown.
The standoff in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson has had Americans, and many around the world, glued to their various screens.
"If you don't want to get shot, tased, pepper-sprayed, struck with a baton or thrown to the ground, just do what I tell you.
With events in Ferguson deteriorating from day to day, despite the arrival of the Missouri National Guard, some have asked what further escalation steps are possible.
"America is on trial," said Rev. Al Sharpton from the pulpit of Greater St Mark's Family Church in Ferguson, Missouri.
"This is what they do on national TV. Imagine what they do when you aren't watching." ?Don Lemon, CNN
There is a growing awareness that the militarization of domestic police forces is the effective declaration of war against the civilian population in the United States.
Brett Sanders was not breaking the law as a 2010 settlement with Homeland Security determined that it is legal to photograph federal buildings.
"We recognize that this Congress is as unlikely to take action on marijuana as it has been on other big issues. But it is long past time to repeal this version of Prohibition."
"I hold it that a little rebellion now and then is a good thing, and as necessary in the political world as storms in the physical."
About a month ago we showed photos of the Chinese police engaged in a drill designed to crush a "working class insurrection", in which the police did precisely what would be required to end a middle class rebellion.
Last week Attorney General Eric Holder launched a domestic terrorism task force.