Government agents can sneak onto your property in the middle of the night, put a GPS device on the bottom of your car and keep track of everywhere you go. This doesn't violate your Fourth Amendment rights, because you do not have...
There's a lot of talk these days about America being an empire in decline. Gerald Celente, director of the Trends Research Institute, goes a step further, arguing America is following a similar path as the former Soviet Union.
"While the many glar
New crime prediction software being rolled out in the nation's capital should reduce not only the murder rate, but the rate of many other crimes as well. The software is already used in Baltimore and Philadelphia to predict which individuals on prob
If you want a glimpse of what is ahead for you if S.510 passes, here it is.
These are Wisconsin predators, employed by DATCP to act under the color of law and against the people. Earning from 65,000 thousand a year to as much as 105,000 per yea
The chips allow city workers to monitor how often residents roll carts to the curb for collection. If a chip shows a recyclable cart hasn't been brought to the curb in weeks, a trash supervisor will sort through the trash for recyclables, and fine
(GRI) announced today that it is rolling out its iris scanning technology to create what it calls "the most secure city in the world." In a partnership with Leon -- one of the largest cities in Mexico, with a population of more than a million...
It’s one of the most powerful addictions formed by government since the Sept. 11 hijackings. Blooming in every corner of the country are high-tech command facilities for fighting terrorism, battling crime linked to national security...
Pastor Steven Anderson was beaten and Tased at a Border Patrol checkpoint last year, and has since been cleared of all charges by a jury.
But now he's filing suit against the officers who Tased him.
The lawsuit was filed a few days before the j
(Must see video)The video of Officer Devin Sparks repeatedly hitting Michael DeHerrera of Denver with a piece of metal wrapped in leather, picking him up roughly and slamming a car door on his ankle has prompted Independent Monitor Richard Rosenthal
On Friday, August 13, 2010, a jury found Pastor Steven L Anderson not guilty of both misdemeanor charges brought against him.
The two charges were “obstructing the highway” and “resisting an order directing, regulating, or controlling a motor ve
"There are lots of ordinances where this can be used. In California, where they deal with brush fires, could a satellite image show if a homeowner has brush growing too close to his home? What if someone has junk cars on their lot in violation of...
On New York's Long Island, it's used to prevent drownings. In Greece, it's a tool to help solve a financial crisis. Municipalities update property assessment rolls and other government data with it. Some in law enforcement use reconnaissance of crime
the man who filed the first-ever court challenge to the FBI's ability to obtain personal data on Americans without judicial approval. ... Now, following the partial lifting of his gag order as a result of an FBI settlement, Merrill can speak for the
In a matter of a few weeks the BlackBerry device has become the target for its encrypted email and messaging services. India, like several countries in the Middle East and North Africa, want access to encrypted Blackberry communication, which has bee
Lieberman has been busy over the last several months pushing the cybersecurity agenda, with a bill that would hand President Obama the power to shut down parts of the world wide web for at least four months with no congressional oversight...
An anti-1070 billboard has been added downtown, and reads "Papers Please - racial profiling just ahead."
Of course, the promoters of the billboard once again play into the hands of those who desire more control over the population by fanning the
HL Menchen described "The most dangerous man to any government (as someone) who is able to think things out for himself, without regard to the prevailing superstitions and taboos. Almost inevitably he comes to the conclusion that the government...
“You can actually see the sweat on somebody’s back. You can tell the difference between a dime and a nickel. If they can do that, they can see things that quite frankly I don’t think they should be looking at in order to secure a plane,”
"Get the camera rolling, things are about to start" a uniformed enforcer of the political classes said to Darren Wolfe.
Julian Heicklen had arrived at the federal courthouse in Manhattan Wednesday morning as he has done a dozen times to distri
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