At least two men, Tom Bearup and Ernest Hancock, were tailed after they announced their interest in Arpaio's job. Arpaio's second-in-command, David Hendershott, targeted Bearup as a threat to the sheriff.
Just how far will 'government' at all levels in America go to maintain and enhance their power and control of the American people. 'If the American people are not In Control,... then they are Out of Control'.
The Summit County, Ohio sheriff believes roadblocks are unconstitutional and ineffective in fighting drunk driving -- except when they come with cash. Sheriff Drew Alexander will accept $175,000 in government grants to conduct roadblocks...
A doctor gives verbal advice to protect the life of an unconscious man and she duly gets hit with attempted felonies by vindictive campus cops, with the connivance of the University of Michigan. Jury selection for her trial began this week.
He discusses the danger to innocent people posed by “Commissions” like the one to be created by the act, the fluid definition of “terrorist,” in the eyes of the State, and the inevitable role of the Neocon crazies,
[more on] The House of Representatives last month passed a bill known as the Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007, which asks the National Commission on the Prevention of Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism
A government proposal to start collecting birth dates and genders of people reserving airline flights is drawing protests from major airlines and travel agencies that say it would be invasive, confusing and "useless."
By Thomas Frank, USA TODAY
A government proposal to start collecting birth dates and genders of people reserving airline flights is drawing protests from major airlines an
Administration officials defended the centers and said encompassing all sorts of crimes in the intelligence dragnet is the best way to catch terrorists. (And thusly does the search for threats turn inward.)
The Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act, co-authored by the former chair of the House of Representatives Intelligence Committee, Jane Harman, a California Democrat, passed the House by an overwhelming 400-6 vote last month,
"The capability of the unit is phenomenal," said Miami-Dade Detective Juan Villalba. The unmanned aircraft will be used during SWAT team and tactical operations, especially when officers need video of a heavily armed suspect.
Federal prosecutors have withdrawn a subpoena seeking the identities of thousands of people who bought used books through online retailer Amazon.com. The withdrawal came after a judge ruled the customers have a First Amendment right to keep their rea
The Supreme Court shows its disdain for the Bill of Rights by refusing to revisit a lower court decision upholding a San Diego County practice of routinely searching homes of welfare recipients absent reasonable suspicion of wrongdoing.
"The End of America", already on the New York Times bestseller list, identifies ten classic steps common to all dictatorships -- including those of Mussolini, Hitler and Stalin. Wolf makes the case that each of these ten steps is occurring
U.S. customs officers did not violate the constitutional rights of five Muslim U.S. citizens returning from Canada who were detained and subjected to searches usually reserved for suspected terrorists, a court ruled. The searches did not invade priva
"Law enforcement routinely now requests carriers to continuously 'ping' wireless devices of suspects to locate them when a call is not being made . . . so law enforcement can triangulate the precise location of a device and [seek] the lo
For years federal authorities have argued that antiquated laws kept the cops from stopping 9/11. They said the failure to prevent the terrorist attacks demonstrated the need for the PATRIOT Act and every other proposed expansion of the government’s s
Because firefighters and EMT's don't need warrants to access hundreds of thousands of homes each year, DHS has been giving firefighters in Washington, D.C., Phoenix and Atlanta terrorism-related intelligence training over the past several yea
Democratic presidential candidates are tripping over the driver’s-licenses-for-illegal-aliens issue like a bunch of old slapstick vaudevillians.
What’s so comical about their antics is that the issue demonstrates that politicians are locked into b
Federal officials are routinely asking courts to order cellphone companies to furnish real-time tracking data so they can pinpoint the whereabouts of drug traffickers, fugitives and other criminal suspects, according to judges and industry lawyers.
The officer reportedly said there was a complaint that Bobby had bitten someone. "I said, 'Do you have any proof or anything?' He says, "I don't need any proof. I'm here to put him down. I'm here to kill him,"
The Bush administration is turning Iraq into a test tube for modern techniques of repression, from sophisticated biometrics that track populations to devastating weapons systems that combine night-vision optics from drone aircraft, heat resonance ima
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