Another murder by cop of an innocent family member. If this doesn't outrage you nothing will.
Police confiscate guns from law-abiding citizens after Katrina and trample individual rights. Coming to a disaster near you.
In America, the rule of law is dead
Government and corporate authorities have destroyed most vestiges of privacy for you, while ensuring that they have more and more for themselves. The extent to which you're monitored grows in direct proportion to the secrecy with which they operate.
A thoughtful video that opens with an incident that took place in southern Arizona.
Sibel Edmonds, a 32-year-old Turkish-American, was hired as a translator by the FBI shortly after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 because of her knowledge of Middle Eastern languages. She was fired less than a year later in March 2002 for
It is unclear why Victor disobeyed the order to stop, but the teenager continued pedaling, trying to escape. Ard followed his every move, driving in and out of the wrong lane of traffic and up onto the sidewalk again.
“Every purchase you make with a credit card, every magazine subscription you buy and medical prescription you fill, every Web site you visit and e-mail you send or receive, every academic grade you receive, every bank deposit you make, every trip...
The German government supplied a secret Pentagon task force with names of Taliban leaders that the US then could target for assassination. The German government abetted a secret program to kill or capture Taliban leaders bypassing transparency and ju
The file exposes the absurdity, waste and pettiness of our national security state. And it seems to indicate that our security agencies prefer to hire those with mediocre or stunted intelligence, dubious morality and little common sense.
When our nation is waging "war on" so many things (drugs, crime, poverty, terrorism), it's hard to know where to enlist and when to defect. Or put another way, when should a patriot oppose his government? One answer, which we may hope is obvious...
US supported fascism in Honduras
The United Arab Emirates outlined plans Sunday to block BlackBerry e-mail, messaging and Web browsing services in a crackdown that could jeopardize efforts to establish the country as an international business hub. The government cited a potential
For those of you who object to individual's exercising their rights while being seized absent suspicion at such checkpoints on the grounds that if they save just one life they're worth it, please review the effectiveness of such checkpoints for yours
Among 10 questions asked in the Republic poll about Senate Bill 1070 and related issues, none had a margin as narrow as the one about denying citizenship to non-U.S. citizens' children. (New Moms should expect,... "Papers Please")
SB1070 exposed for what it really is. Actual text and an explanation of the history behind it, the people involved, the real intent and what to expect (BTW - NATIONAL ID is the end result and it is soooo obvious, but ignored by the Lame-Stream Media.
The ECP Act currently states that companies are required to provide basic subscriber data to the FBI, but lists only the four kinds of information that might be found on phone bills -- customer's name, address, length of service, and toll billing...
The administration wants to add just four words -- "electronic communication transactional records" -- to a list of items that the law says the FBI may demand without a judge's approval.
The scale of the Maryland State Police reaction to Graber’s video is “unprecedented,” (the cops raided his parents’ home and confiscated four of his computers,) but it certainly isn’t an isolated event.
The sheriff of the most populous county in Arizona says he's "not going to put up with any civil disobedience" when the state's new immigration law takes effect.
They are using foreign wars to sort out who is ruthless enough or unprincipled enough to take orders without questions–similar to the way the Nazis sorted and selected those who would form the Brownshirt and SS brigades.”
When all is said and done, it is now abundantly clear that these companies and government agencies working in concert, have begun dismantling large swaths of the internet this summer, with a three-pronged assault on liberty, through lawsuits, through
Modern day due process: make the arrest then make up the crime(s). Classic case of "Bubba baiting"?
They ended up confiscating raw milk, cheese and yogurt. BP isn't the only one with it's private "public" police forces. Welcome to the military might of the corporate dairy industry.
Where do the people who show up at our doors with guns and badges (don't pay the IRS and see what happens) get their authority from?
Given these clear-cut examples of police harassment merely for exercising one's rights while being detained absent reasonable suspicion, I note that two of the three encounters took place at suspicionless sobriety checkpoints where the officers had n
Very interesting video about the growth of tyranny and the need for immediate action in service to liberty. Placed on hacked Facebook profiles.
Chicago cops are notorious for brutality against people of color
There was no excuse for this. A woman’s service dog was killed by out-of-control police officers, and the woman detained without cause then released without charges.
A Phoenix-area man accused - and later acquitted - of murdering his infant son in 2003 won a second legal battle this month when a jury found two Maricopa County Sheriff's detention officers liable for abuse and awarded him $855,000 in civil damages.