In reading an excellent book, Satanic Purses: Money, Myth and Misinformation, by R.T. Naylor (publisher is McGill-Queen's University Press), I suddenly realized why Adolf Hitler was so popular during the first years of his administration.
LONG-STANDING rumours that the former French president Jacques Chirac holds a secret multi-million-euro bank account in Japan appear to have been confirmed by files seized from the home of a senior spy.
The woman, identified by police as Silvia Bernal, 30, said police never identified themselves and kicked her husband in the groin and pushed her to the ground before handcuffing them both.
Today is the 58th anniversary of the publication of 1984, George Orwell’s dystopian vision of a corporatized totalitarian world where “Big Brother” is always watching and where the art of “double-think” is a way of life.
I just spoke with Ed. He said that one of his guests was out walking the dog and was forced to run back to the house under gunfire. According to Ed, two shot were fired at his retreating, unarmed guest, the bullets coming close to his head.
Armed units from the private security firm Blackwater USA opened fire in Baghdad streets twice in two days last week. It triggered a standoff between the security contractors and Iraqi forces, a reminder that the war in Iraq may be remembered mostly
H. L. Mencken once observed, "The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary." Nowhere is this more ev
It appears that illegal multi-jurisdictional dragnet roadblocks are no longer just a phenomena of Southwestern Arizona. These intrusive suspicionless enforcement operations continue to proliferate in communities across America at an alarming rate.
Reports began emerging Thursday afternoon that dozens of police officers are surrounding the New Hampshire home of tax protesters Ed and Elaine Brown, but a protracted stand-off seems to have been averted.
Or why you should never show a cop an I.D. unless you're the driver of a motorized vehicle that's been stopped for a legitimate traffic violation.
Vice President Cheney told Justice Dept officials that he disagreed with their objections to a secret surveillance program during a high-level White House meeting in March 2004, a former senior Justice official told senators yesterday.
Passengers travelling from the US will have to present their fingers as well as their passports at check-in from the end of next year, according to a senior security official. Michael Jackson, deputy secretary of the US department of homeland securit
The United States would spend more to combat illegal immigration and prepare for terrorist and weather-related disasters under legislation approved on Tuesday by a House of Representatives panel that ignores a White House veto threat.
Manchester, NH - Freelance reporter Matt Lepacek, reporting for Infowars.com, was arrested for asking a question to one of Giuliani's staff members in a press conference.
"I can't believe I made it all the way back from Iraq, and this happens to me here, at home," England, a 14-year soldier who served as a combat medic in Iraq, said in an interview in his Stanton home.
A man died Saturday after police in Prince George's County used a Taser to subdue him, police officials said yesterday. In the past month, two people have died in Baltimore City shortly after police shocked them with a Taser, and a third person d
I was accosted, assaulted with battery, and tased at Minneapolis St Paul international airport, simply for leaving the airport by bicycle. I had broken NO laws.
JUNE 4--One of the plotters behind the alleged scheme to explode gas pipelines at John F. Kennedy airport directed his co-conspirators to use Google Earth to obtain detailed aerial photos of the targeted facility.
The House and Senate Intelligence Committees have asked the former attorney general to testify about his role in a dramatic showdown over a controversial eavesdropping program. Will he play ball?
According to the US government, my mother is a scofflaw. If she continues to be contemptuous of the law, she could be turned over to the Justice Department for prosecution and a fine of up to $5,000.
Robert Daniels, 27, a dual citizen of Russia and the U.S., was placed under court-ordered quarantine in the jail ward at Maricopa Medical Center after he violated a public health order to wear a mask when he was in public. He contracted tuberculosis
...the plan to force all Americans to get Homeland (Achtung!) Security permission before being "allowed" to earn a living. The new monstrosity, if imposed, has an extra fillip. The Employment Eligibility Verification System would also requi
In a bunker beneath the bustling streets of central London, guards monitor a grid of closed-circuit television. The center, at a secret location, is run by a private company in association with the police and local council.
Having grown up in a small town in Central Kansas I was taught to believe that my country, the United States of America, was a land committed to justice and peace, a nation that one could count on to do the right thing, a country of civilized folks w
The FBI has increased its use of secret search warrants over the past two years because of a "high tempo of terrorist activity," a top official said yesterday. FBI Assistant Director John Miller said the 2,176 Foreign Intelligence Survei
"Despite unfair laws, harsh penalties, false evidence and a prevailing 'DUI exception to the Constitution,' the rate of alcohol-related fatalities is actually increasing," wrote attorney Lawrence Taylor, author of the DUIBlog websit
Halliburton's former engineering and constructioin subsidiary has a contingency contract with the Dept of Homeland Security to construct detention facilities in the event of a national emergency, according to WND columnist Jerome Corsi.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez on Tuesday called opposition news channel Globovision an enemy of the state and said he would do what was needed to stop it from inciting violence, only days after he shut another opposition broadcaster.
(Good grief. You can't make this stuff up) Parents of babies and toddlers will be expected to record their child's progress in new "learning diaries" under a 9 million pound Government scheme. They will be encouraged to log detai
Denver resident Evan Herzoff was walking home from a local tavern on April 8 of last year when he saw a swarm of police officers trying to subdue an obviously disturbed man in the parking lot of an Office Depot. For several years, Herzoff