Washington (CNN) -- The Department of Defense recently purchased and destroyed thousands of copies of an Army Reserve officer's memoir in an effort to safeguard state secrets, a spokeswoman said Saturday.
In a move labelled "ridiculous" by parents, Opposition Leader John-Paul Langbroek's office proposed handing teachers the 50,000 volt electro-shock weapons for protection against rising school violence.
I found that, once again, Craig P. Roberts was already on the case. He too had something to say -- everything that I was going to say, in fact, and more. So I'll just let Roberts speak the truth, beginning with his title: "It is Official: The US is a
On September 24, Jason Ditz reported on Antiwar.com that “the FBI is confirming that this morning they began a number of raids against the homes of antiwar activists in Illinois, Minneapolis, Michigan, and North Carolina, claiming that they are...
Insists Raids Are Related to 'Material Support for Terrorism'
1st Hour - John Perkins - author: "Hoodwinked: An Economic Hit Man Reveals Why the World Financial Markets IMPLODE - and What We Need to Do to Remake Them" / MyNameIsBen.org / Ideas
Sentencing of an innocent woman
New York City activated 500 new subway cameras in heavily traveled stations in response to security threats such as the attempted bombing of Times Square, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said on Monday.
DHS to develop single, searchable database of immigration records: - REALITY REPORT #61: DHS Creates Citizenship Database
Mueller was arrested Sunday for misdemeanor obstruction (not providing his travel papers on demand). Update: Mueller has been released.
According to federal authorities who recently intercepted an oil-hunting reporter on a Florida beach, those activities have been deemed "illegal."
CBS reporter handcuffed and choked while filming peaceful demonstration.
Palmer Alaska – August 26, 2010 Peaceful Demonstrator with Impeach Obama Sign is Assaulted! Jack Booted Thugs posing as Security personnel, violently assault peaceful demonstrator, 52 year old Sidney Hill, as Jack booted Thugs posing as “Police Offi
Don't know if this has been posted already as I have been slipping about logging on. Disturbing...Very.
President Obama has failed to make any appointments to the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board. This board epitomizes the charades Washington has played since Sept, 11, 2001. Instead of stocking the board with the usual suspects, it would be
On September 23, 2010, the author/sponsor of Arizona’s landmark anti-illegal immigration law, and national co-chairman of BANAMNESTYNOW.COM, SEN. RUSSELL PEARCE will hold a national TELE-TOWN HALL. You are invited!
The war the major media won't explain
An embarrassed Gov. Ed Rendell apologized to groups whose peaceful protests or events were the subject of regular anti-terrorism bulletins being distributed by his Homeland Security director. Distributing it was tantamount to trampling on constitutio
Obama renews "continuity of government" coup d'etat authority if implemented
WASHINGTON — The Homeland Security Department plans to test futuristic iris scan technology that stores digital images of people's eyes in a database and is considered a quicker alternative to fingerprints.
Homeland Security will test cameras that take photos from 3 or 4 feet away, including one that works on people as they walk by, Vemury said.
From Birth to Death!
The Defense Department was in negotiations with St. Martin's Press to buy and destroy the first edition of "Operation Dark Heart," by Anthony Shaffer, a lieutenant colonel in the army reserve and former Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) officer.
One of many political prisoners in America
Has the future of police work arrived? You might think so if you had read an article that appeared in the August 21 edition of the Los Angeles Times. Running under the headline “Stopping crime before it starts,” the article described recent advances
The US was slow to take seriously the threat posed by homegrown radicals and the government has failed to put systems in place to deal with the growing phenomenon, according to a new report compiled by the former heads of the Sept. 11 Commission.
“We can conduct any kind of search we want," said McClintock.
North Carolina sheriffs want access to state computer records that identify people with prescriptions for certain drugs, an idea that patient advocates oppose..
Billed as right-wing enemies by the government for even mildly criticizing the Communist party or simply because of their background, many died of starvation, disease and exhaustion in the ditches that served as dormitories.