As the Supreme Court gets ready to hear oral arguments in a case Tuesday that could determine if authorities can track U.S. citizens with GPS vehicle trackers without a warrant, a young man in California has come forward to Wired to reveal that he fo
Not content with hassling air passengers at airports across the country, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is now implementing plans to stop vehicles traveling America’s highways and byways, in the hope of finding terrorists and other
Newly uncovered video footage from the incident shows that a suspected FBI informant, who fired gunshots before the National Guard opened fire, ran to the safety of police and immediately handed over the gun.
Alex talks with Activist and Journalist Adam Kokesh about the feds and their attack on the right of people to produce and consume raw milk. Adam also talks about his mixed feelings toward what really happened on 9/11.
Targeting lawyers for doing their job
Urban areas are the centers of finance, politics, transportation, communication, industry, society, and culture. Therefore, they have often been the scenes of important military operations, both combat and noncombat [U.S. Army, 2000].
A man who was shot and killed by an off-duty Santa Ana police officer Monday was unarmed, a Sheriff's Department official said Thursday. A family friend says Bitz was helping to change a tire, not trying to steal a vehicle. Bitz had been given $12
The chaotic violence of the modern police state is ubiquitous. Every day there are 100 SWAT raids in America. Remember in the old days when SWAT raids were reserved for stopping some terrorist intent on destroying half the city? Maybe that was just i
Despite the double-dose of tremendous public outcry in devoted opposition to the unjust and unconstitutional Philadelphia curfew’s passing into permanent city law, City Council members voted on October 27, 2011 to enact the bill.
Police turned a peaceful demonstration into a war zone when they assaulted the unarmed demonstrators with flash bang bombs, tear gas and rubber bullets.
...there are families in America whose lives have been ruined and futures obliterated because the SWAT team got the address wrong, smashing down the doors of the innocent.
She sued Pima County and five members of the Pima Regional SWAT Team, the towns of Marana, Oro Valley and Sahuraita, and Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik. Guerena seeks unspecified damages for negligence.
Must see! Sheriffs from 8 counties in Oregon and California talk about Federal and State intrusion, and taking back our country.
WikiLeakers may have to think twice before clicking on that “classified” document. It could be the digital smoking gun that points back at them.
Hundreds of police, donning intimidating riot gear, swept in to confront the crowd on the streets. There was no riot, however, as almost all the protesters were peaceful, the only ones acting out with petty violence being loudly chastised by the crow
A TOP secret new SAS base is under construction — at the Olympics. It means the elite troops can combat any terrorists at next year's London Games in an instant, The Sun can reveal. A source said last night: "It reflects the gravity of the thre
Ms. Zucker, on a visit to New York City with a group of Carnegie Mellon University seniors looking for jobs in design industries, had left her wallet in a hotel two blocks away.
At a “micro-aviary” at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio, researchers are testing models based on critters as small as hummingbirds and dragonflies. Using motion capture sensors, they’re are able to track vehicles’ movements within a tenth of
Permanent war and grand theft define his agenda
The complaint names, David Michael Gilbert, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, and Taser International as defendants. It alleges, among other things, excessive use of force, obstruction of justice, and perjury.
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated. ... -- Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution -- Just in case you forgot.
Police in London possess a surveillance technology that sounds like something straight out of science fiction: a mobile GSM device that pretends to be a cellular tower, tricking nearby phones into connecting to it, then intercepting all their communi
My hometown of Scottsdale, Ariz. recently bought an armored SWAT vehicle that looks like something out of Hitler’s Wehrmacht. Its cost of nearly $400,000 was picked up by our munificent federal government.
Tennessee agreed Monday to stop enforcing a new curfew used to dislodge Occupy Nashville protesters from the grounds around the state Capitol. The protesters went to federal court seeking a temporary restraining order against Gov. Bill Haslam, say
Even though the Washington Post assured we had nothing to worry about regarding a policy that allows police to arrest photographers who spend more than five minutes at a single location taking pictures, the National Press Photographers Association wa
On the Sunday edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex takes a look at the past week and the one ahead. He covers the latest news stories on the economy and political developments around the world and takes listener calls.
A Department of Homeland Security-funded surveillance drone deployed against insurgents in Afghanistan that can also be used to tase suspects from above has been unveiled by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s office and will be operational within a mont
Keep in mind that when the CIA commits "corollary damage" by killing innocent civilians in its military operations, it is not immune from accountability for those deaths — under our constitutional rule of law.
Alex breaks down the latest on the TSA home front and what they have planned next for the american people, because you are the terrorist.
The state’s attempts to rein in the Occupy Nashville protests that have called Legislative Plaza home for three weeks may have served only to fan the flames, observers said Friday. The arrests appear to have incited people who didn’t necessarily sup