You should worry about a new random-number standard that includes an algorithm that is slow, badly designed and just might contain a backdoor for the National Security Agency.
After 9/11 the neocons who dominate the Republican Party commenced 3 separate wars: One in Afghanistan, another in Iraq, and the third against the civil liberties of the American people. As Judge Andrew Napolitano writes in his brilliant new book, A
The Los Angeles Police Department's counterterrorism bureau proposed using US census data and other demographic information to pinpoint various Muslim communities...
His answer to annoying anti-war types? Tasers or Billy clubs.
ABC News conducts a special investigation to discover if individuals would respond the same way today to the Milgram Experiment as they did in the 1960's. The results are not encouraging. How far would you go to please an authority figure?
The U.S. Government now officially considers people who "make numerous references to the Constitution" to be "potential terrorists."
Parents' OK could bust kids as young as 8 under new Tucson Police Dept. anti-gang effort. http://tinyurl.com/2uvv7w
While reading this column, keep in mind that the 'liberal' 9th circuit court of appeals just torpedoed a lawsuit relating to this illegal spying under the guise of protecting 'state secrets'.
Human rights activist Katherine Hughes wrote this important article on denying Muslims due process.
Incompetent police investigators haphazardly hunting the Chandler serial rapist, seized and interrogated 200 drivers absent reasonable suspicion or a warrant in the neighborhood where the attacker may have struck seven days earlier.
The Saakashvili regime in Georgia is using sound weapons against opposition protestors. This English-language footage from Russia Today shows riot police rolling through the streets of Tblisi in pickup trucks, small dishes in hand. A high frequency
8:00 this morning a dozen FBI and Secret Service agents raided the Liberty Dollar office in Evansville. They took all the gold, all the silver, all the platinum and almost two tons of Ron Paul Dollars that where just delivered last Friday. They also
The parents of more than 2,300 Prince George's County students who failed to get forced vaccinations could face fines of $50 a day and up to 10 days in jail if their children don't meet immunization requirements, county officials said yesterd
Yahoo Inc. on Tuesday settled a lawsuit filed by Chinese dissidents and their family members who accused the Internet company of complicity in their jailing, following a humiliating episode on Capitol Hill.
So, for about every 3000 residents of the U.S., there is one Federal agent entitled to carry a firearm to murder them on behalf of their consensual government. Now this may not seem like very many, but note that in the United States regular law enfor
Joseph Heller, the author of Catch-22, in the New York Times at some point in the mid-1970's. Try and find a more poignant, relevant, and well-written piece about government spying, wiretapping, and "national defense" that takes up only
Smoke regulators are targeting private apartments and vehicles next. People cheering on smoke regulators might quiet down when the focus switches to other areas of private life.
The University of Delaware subjects students in its residence halls to a shocking program of ideological reeducation that is referred to in the university’s own materials as a “treatment” for students’ incorrect attitude
Privacy no longer can mean anonymity, says Donald Kerr, the principal deputy director of the National Reconnaissance Office. Instead, it should mean that government and businesses properly safeguard people's private communications and financial i
Researchers at the University of Arizona are developing a tool that uses clues to automate the analysis of online jihadism. The Dark Web project aims to scour Web sites, forums and chat rooms to find the Internet's most prolific and influential j
The Pentagon is paying Lockheed Martin to try to predict insurgencies and civil unrest like the weather. It's part of a larger military effort to blend forecasting software with social science. (see where this going?)
LED Incapacitators are coming to a police force near you. Funded by the Department of Homeland Security and produced by Intelligent Optical Systems, Inc., the wicked powerful vomit making flashlight.
Police in Ozark, Alabama on Tuesday used a taser on a sober man who was having a diabetic seizure.
"We are seeking to identify at-risk communities," Downing said in an interview. "We want to know where the Pakistanis, Iranians and Chechens are."
But as the percentage of the population being recorded inevitably grows, the government agenda remains obscure. We are approaching a state of affairs which would never have been countenanced politically, by stealth and default.
"The entire data stream of those internet cables into the secret room -- and we're talking about phone conversations, email web browsing, everything that goes across the internet."
We received a letter and the writer was angry. What upset the writer? The same thing that angers millions of Americans across the USA each and every day: an ever-increasing web of regulations, laws and edicts by--in many cases--unelected officials.
The government has appealed a federal court ruling that struck down the National Security Letter provision of the PATRIOT Act. The provision, used without probable cause or judicial oversight, gives the FBI the ability to secretly demand access to th
More than 15,000 people have appealed to the government since February to have their names removed from the terrorist watch list that delayed their travel at U.S. airports and border crossings, the Homeland Security Department says.
As a result of adopting regulations designed to conform with REAL ID national identification card requirements, the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMW) has threatened to cancel the licenses of 206,000 of the state's 4.5 million motorists.