Imagine sitting down at a public PC, surfing the Web, visiting Facebook, checking your online bank account and buying something on Amazon.com -- all without entering passwords or credit card information.
Indefinite detention. Ubiquitous torture. Secret courts. Special authority for police interventions. The complete absence of privacy, even in one's own home. Astute followers of American politics might think those items a dog whistle, evoking the wor
Police apologists around the nation are exploiting the deaths of officers in a brazen attempt to collectively play victim, while daring to blame the people for waging a “war on cops.” “There's a perception among officers in the field that there’s a w
It’s happened again. Last time was in Milford, two years ago. This morning a peaceful activist, Pete, was assaulted and kidnapped by armed men because he was wearing a hat. Copblock.org has a full report. Here’s video, first inside the court:
US General George S. Patton is often credited with saying "No poor bastard ever won a war by dying for his country." Perhaps Patton was correct. But a lot of poor bastards had a significant impact on security policies by blowing themselves up for t
We're tired of the crooks that are stealing houses and otherwise generally screwing the public by doing things like filing false affidavits or even just breaking in and changing locks, not even bothering with a court judgment first.
This morning, two activist from Keene, NH had court for different reasons. As is common in Keene several other folks show up to support those who are facing justice from the man which is why Pete and I were in court, even though it was -15 degrees (s
Pete Eyre, known peaceful person, was arrested Monday, January 24th allegedly for wearing a hat inside a courtroom in Keene, NH. These ridiculous shows of subservience are only made more laughable by caging people for disobedience. Pete is a loved an
Subscribers paid an annual $199 fee and filled out an extensive application that included some high-tech biometric requirements involving iris scanning, finger printing, copies of government-issued IDs, and a Lexus Nexus background check.
By 2013, the FAA expects to have formulated new rules that would allow police across the country to routinely fly lightweight, unarmed drones up to 400 feet above the ground - high enough for them to be largely invisible eyes in the sky.
"The nice thing is it's covert," said Bill C. Nabors Jr., chief pilot with the Texas DPS, who in a recent interview described the 2009 operation for the first time publicly. "You don't hear it, and unless you know what you're looking for, you can't s
For all those conspiracy theorists out there, 2012 just got a little more ominous. As required by legislation passed this last summer, Russia will adopt a universal ID card starting next year. The Universal Electronic Card (UEC) is intended to...
Sometimes the safest way out of a dangerous situation is to burn everything to the ground. From a house full of explosives to 134 tons of Mexican marijuana, here are nine instances when the best solution is controlled calamity
What Does China Want? - The CIA's 'Personality Transformation' Program - Thinking About Expatriation or Giving Up U.S. Citizenship? - Money Supply Firing on All Cylinders? - Whatcha Gonna Do When They Come for You?, and they're on steroids?
Civil liberties groups allege that Mohamed's case is part of a pattern in which American citizens are barred from flying to the United States so they can be [beaten by foreign police and then] questioned overseas by U.S. agents without counsel.
The company has built a fingerprint scanner with the ability to accurately read a print up to two meters away, and our military views the system as a means to reduce the risk to soldiers at security checkpoints all over the world.
A proposed unmanned floating airship surveillance system is being hailed by city officials in Ogden, Utah as one way to fight crime in its neighborhoods.
"We believe it will be a deterrent to crime when it is out and about and will help us solve c