How did the president, the Pentagon, and the CIA acquire these extraordinary powers, powers that enable them to avoid the due process guarantees in the Bill of Rights? No, not by constitutional amendment or even by congressional enactment.
The NYPD’s comfy relationship with the CIA is back in the news again. In August it was reported that the spook agency was working with the cops in New York to spy on Muslims. The CIA and the NYPD began working together a few months after the 9/11 att
At issue is a vehicle Stadler has a title for. Police do not believe the title is valid. Sgt. Fabiola Garcia would not say why Stadler was being arrested. Miranda ??
The ruthless raid on the part of miscellaneous government agencies has sparked a wave of unprecedented discord over the question, How can government dictate what we choose to eat when we each have unique standards for good nutrition?
Illegally breaking into the home of a journalist and seizing his property is profoundly troubling, especially as law enforcement shows no apparent sign of remorse or of learning from their mistake.
Why Is School of the Americas Absent From the National Dialogue?
In yet another stunning attack on freedom of religion, President Barack Obama’s Justice Department asked the Supreme Court last week to give the federal government the power to tell a church who its ministers will be.
Joann Reed tried to use a St. Clair County Sheriff's Department fax machine to send a copy of the ticket issued by Centreville police to that village's attorney, only to accidentally fire off the fax to the Belleville News-Democrat newsroom. "D
I woke up at the age of 13 on October 31st, 1967, while a police officer was running at me full speed with a billy-club aimed at my head. I won the race, and I can tell you what I feared then has come to pass for this republic. A true police state.
Republican presidential hopeful Ron Paul told reporters at a press club lunch that they could be assassinated by their own government in the same way it targets Americans with ties to Al Qaeda
The U.S. government obtained a controversial type of secret court order to force Google Inc. and small internet provider Sonic.net Inc. to turn over information from the email accounts of a WikiLeaks volunteer.
A DAD says he was threatened by police under anti-terror laws – for taking a picture of his wee girl eating ice cream.
Uniformed members of the New York Police Department in white shirts (as opposed to the typical NYPD blue uniforms) are pepper spraying and brutalizing peaceful, nonthreatening protestors attempting to take part in the Occupy Wall Street marches. Cor
A New Jersey state trooper pulled a driver over after his passenger was video recording out the window. The cop told the occupants that it was illegal to video record on the Garden State Parkway because it was a “private roadway” or “semi-private
Video from the We Stand With Gibson Rally, Nashville, Tennessee, October 8, 2011.
...meanwhile they want to dig into your personal life more and more....
In comments made through the media today, a number of top Obama Administration officials, including White House spokesman Tommy Vietor, confirmed that there is a “secret panel” which exists now that can order American citizens assassinated with no ju
The High Court in London will soon to decide whether Julian Assange is to be extradited to Sweden to face allegations of sexual misconduct. At the appeal hearing in July, Ben Emmerson QC, counsel for the defense, described the whole saga as "crazy."
Alabama farmers frantically looking for workers to replace those that have fled the state in the wake of its tough new immigration law should just stop by their local prison, according to the head of Alabama’s agriculture department.
The FBI by mid-January will activate a nationwide facial recognition service in select states that will allow local police to identify unknown subjects in photos, bureau officials told Nextgov.
On the day before I'll be hitting the road for Libertopia, a half dozen federal jackboots decide to pay me a visit at my house. Want to know why?
Americans are placed on a kill list by a secretive panel of senior government officials, which then informs the president of its decisions. There is no public record of its operations or decisions, neither is there any law establishing its existence
Familiar lies. We all live with them. These are the lies that we were brought up with. The ones that we rely on to be true in our corner of the universe.
Goodman and crew sued the City of St. Paul and the U.S. Secret Service with the assistance of the Center for Constitutional Rights. The settlement includes $100,000 and the promise of police training.
"For the second time this year, Americans can celebrate the elimination of another enemy of the state, " proclaims columnist Mark Paredes of Utah's Deseret News, who — like any other collectivist drone — appears to be a stranger in the house of irony
"An excellent piece of main stream coverage on this past weekend, I'm sure this video wont be up long, but figured the folks looking at the vids on this channel would appreciate it."
Police state America
America's homeland gulag
September 30, 2011 News Corp - http://MOXNews.com
“Remember that there was great controversial when George Bush asserted the power to simply detain American citizens without due process or simply to eavesdrop on their conversation without warrant,” he said. “Here you have something much more severe.