"We should move even closer to an Israeli model where there's more engagement with passengers," Harding told the Senate Commerce Committee that is considering his nomination. "I think that increases the layers and pushes the layers out."
"This video shows a fourth amendment violation, harassment, and intimidation by the Border Patrol in Uvalde, Texas. The driver is a military field grade officer, decorated for heroism, with more than two years of combat deployment time. He is driving
Tucked inside an immigration amnesty proposal, first presented during a meeting at the White House last week with Senators Lindsey Graham (SC) and Charles Schumer (NY), the measure will require all working Americans to obtain a biometric ID via a thu
The Police State is Nigh... and Ernest Hancock is right in the middle of the debate. Just back from the FreeStateProject's "Liberty Forum" in New Hampshire, Ernest gives the low down on what's going on in the fight across the country and in Arizona.
Public Employees Have Reasonable Expectation of Privacy in Workplace Electronic Communications Washington, D.C. - The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) urged the United States Supreme Court today to ensure that modern communications methods suc
The History of 'conservatives' & 'libertarians' working together. It's happening again... WHY?
Attorney for Ernest Hancock and FreedomsPhoenix.com, Michael Kielsky, (also Arizona Libertarian Party State Chairman) is representing Ernest Hancock in defense of his Free Speech (PDF of request Included)
But the key problem with any of these schemes isn’t the excuse that is offered to justify their creation, but the potential they create for abuse and the inevitability that they will be used in ways that the public never imagined when they allowed th
Documents were released under a (FOIA) request into an organization called the Turkish American Cultural Alliance (TACA), an organization repeatedly named by Ms. Edmonds as being complicit in the crimes when she translated at the FBI.
The Phoenix Police Department's internal affairs unit is investigating an incident early Friday in which an officer threw City Councilman Michael Johnson to the ground and temporarily handcuffed him as the councilman tried to check on a disabled nei
The information about what is being attempted here in Arizona and who is doing it and why is starting to travel the four winds. No matter what happens now the people are informed about what happened and who did it. Thanks to all that understand.
In 2003 I interviewed Russell Pearce for my morning show with full understanding of what was really going on. Senator Pearce has been at the front of the effort to link Arizonans with national databases since Director of the DMV.
"This is a vast expanse of power," he said. Boustany said the bill would allow the IRS to confiscate refunds if there are penalties for not buying health care.
“Everyone thinks that the REAL ID is just about protecting us against terrorism,” said co-sponsor Senator Karen Johnson (R-18). “But it really represents a cash cow for technology companies as well as the birth of the National ID card.
the Nevada license, with this gold star, takes a dramatic step toward carving the population into groups—groups that can be divided. Maybe soon two stars will be for military veterans, or people licensed to own firearms. (3 stars for elected politici
AZ Senator Russell Pearce's effort to provide protection for local law enforcement for their stopping any individual anytime and demanding that they provide identification that lists them on a national database as a US Citizen. (Activists report from
8 years ago, 3 insignificant, position-seeking henchmen in the Bush administration were handed the equivalent of the Joker's improvised punji stick. The White House, at the initiative of Vice President Cheney, had secretly ordered the use of torture
Pearce AZ National ID Bill today. This bill enables any government employee at any time for any reason to access or require you to divulge personal information and exchange it with Homeland Security. Sheila Dean, www.BeatTheChip.org joins Ernest.
By scanning your brain, scientists can tell what memory you are recalling. Scientists have made impressive gains recently when it comes to reading minds. For instance, through brain scans, researchers can tell what number a person has just seen, figu
The Feds are on Facebook. And MySpace, LinkedIn and Twitter, too. U.S. law enforcement agents are following the rest of the Internet world into popular social-networking services, going undercover with false online profiles to communicate with sus
Once upon a time, the United States was a land of unparalleled freedom....Now Americans have to fear that they will be tackled...and dragged off to a detention facility if they spill a Pepsi on a flight attendant.
"When I went through the metal detector, first they told me to take my trainers off, then they took my wallet off me. Then the guy who checked me told me to turn my T-shirt inside out," he said,
The nation’s chief executive extols the virtues of mandatory DNA testing of Americans upon arrest, even absent charges or a conviction. Obama said, “It’s the right thing to do” to “tighten the grip around folks” who commit crime. When it comes to civ
"The bill says: if you are hostile... what is hostile? no one has defined hostile though? Hostile could be anything right? if you disagree with the US GOVT they do consider you HOSTILE. I bet you see it like I see it. I see the timeline of events br
Real-ID to track, control and engineer the revolting peasants during the coming collapse.
An Oregon Dept. of Trans. employee, who purchased several guns after being placed on leave, and who was said to be "disgruntled", was apprehended by a SWAT team after making legal purchases of guns.
As residents of Arizona, we need to urge Governor Brewer and state legislators to veto SB1070/HB2632, sponsored by Senator Russell Pearce (R-18) and Representative David Gowan (R-30). This bill would cost Arizona millions to train government emplo
"When I was in Central Booking, people asked me what I was locked up for, and I said a snowball," said Johnathan Rodriguez, 22. "Everyone started laughing." The NYPD doesn't think it's a joke.
ob Herbert recently wrote about the overzealous enforcement of “peace officers” assigned to New York City schools. The officers are accused of detaining, searching, handcuffing, and arresting students for silly things like drawing on desks, or handli