TODAY'S SHOW IS A REPEAT OF THE BEST OF FREEDOM'S PHOENIX
Less than 24 hours after a judge blocked a law that gives the government the power to indefinitely detain U.S. citizens without trial, attorneys for the Obama administration were already filing an appeal.
Nevertheless, have no fear; DHS only needs 25,000 rounds to develop good sniper skills. Because, they have also ordered 176,000 rounds of the .308 caliber hollow point boat tail (HPBT) rounds.
The TSA has been very busy in recent weeks, placing its agents at events and functions that have nothing whatsoever to do with transportation, emphasizing how the federal agency has stepped way beyond its mandate and become a literal occupying army o
Many people find speed cameras frustrating, and some in the region are taking their rage out on the cameras themselves.
(MP3 and Video Loaded) - Bob Precheter (Elliott Wave International) on the future market trends - Terry Bressi (CheckPointUSA.Org) - Sanjiv Bhattacharya (U.S. Correspondent with Esquire Magazine U.K.) on the r3VOLution
Secret, standardless, extra-judicial administrative “watchlists” of supposed terrorists aren’t just being used to decide who to “watch” — they are now being used as the basis for preventive detention.
A New York federal judge shot down part of a controversial anti-terror law Wednesday that journalists and scholars worry could see them locked up indefinitely for speaking their minds. Judge Katherine Forrest issued a ruling that permanently block
The House overwhelmingly renewed a surveillance law that allows the government to monitor conversations of foreign spies and terrorist suspects abroad, while requiring approval from a secret court when Americans are targeted anywhere in the world.
A sixteen year old boy was questioned after completing a video for an assignment in his American Government class. After putting the video on Youtube and despite receiving an A+ on the project, the FBI showed up at the boy's house.
Commercial fisherman questioned over purchase of a few boxes of ammo even as feds buy bullets in huge quantities
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A Maryland delegate who voted against legalizing same sex marriage in the state is under fire after he wrote the owner of the Baltimore Ravens demanding that the team stop one of its players from voicing support for marriage equality.
The ACLU has sued the District of Columbia and two police officers for allegedly seizing the cellphone of a man who photographed a police officer allegedly mistreating a citizen, and for then stealing his memory card.
Many Americans are coming to the conclusion that government is not simply inept, hindered by bureaucratic red tape and political back and forth, but that it is fatally flawed and an unlikely source for restoring liberty in our nation.
Even as America has remained fairly free of foreign terrorism in recent years, the LAPD this week moved ahead with an official policy that considers taking photos and videotaping of some buildings suspicious activity.
Reading, writing, and arithmetic weren't the only "R's" students faced when they returned to San Antonio's Jay High School and Jones Middle School this August. RFID was also on the agenda.
Under other circumstances, it might be enough to whip out your smartphone to record police thuggery and rights violations. But phones get confiscated, videos get deleted, cameras get “accidentally” damaged or not-so-accidentally crushed under boothee
Is America descending into a gray state? We sit down with writer/producer David Crowley and Actor Danny Mason from the new "Gray State" film to preview the concept trailer and discuss the just how far America has fallen into the "Gray State."
Judge Head was asked to explain his support for a proposed county tax increase. The money would be spent to hire additional deputies and to provide pay increases for the District Attorney and his staff – which is to say that it would help fortify the
A few weeks ago, western governments’ war on productive people took an interesting twist when US immigration authorities detained two teenage children of an asset manager based here in Switzerland.
Ben Swann confronts Obama on serious powers. Thank Ben, you are a brave one.
As cries of a police state and martial law resounded in Tampa during the RNC, the tune is the very same outside the DNC as cops threaten and detain journalists. After undercover cops were exposed, journalists were threatened with physical violence an
The NCFTA, or National Cyber Forensics and Training Alliance, is a non-profit partner with the FBI whose legal arrangement with the government allows it to hand over information to the FBI.
The Transportation Security Administration will be conducting grope downs and bag searches at 3 different locations in Charlotte this week at the Democratic National Convention, illustrating the TSA has expanded well beyond its
Moreover, not only does the ordinance create a substantial burden on the religious exercise of countless churches, synagogues, mosques and other religious institutions and individuals who may be compelled to perform acts of charity on their own priva
US special forces in Afghanistan have suspended training for about 1,000 Afghan police recruits to carry out checks on existing members, the military said Sunday, after a surge in insider attacks on NATO.
When Golden Valley Electric Association of rural Alaska got an administrative subpoena from the Drug Enforcement Administration in December 2010 seeking electricity bill information on three customers, the company did what it usually does with subpoe