A 2001 Justice Department report entitled “Policing and Homicide, 1976-1998” labeled everyone in the nation who perished as a result of a police shooting as “felons justifiably killed by police.”
With the recent news of the DHS Purchasing 2,700 light-armored tanks and the countless ammunition buys made by many different factions of the Government, it should come as no surprise that feds and local municipalities are preparing for something
This is getting a little creepy.
The Department of Homeland Security has acquired over 2,700 military-style, mine-resistant ambush protected vehicles for use inside the U.S., according to reports from RT.
The Department of Homeland Security (through the U.S. Army Forces Command) recently retrofitted 2,717 of these ‘Mine Resistant Protected’ vehicles for service on the streets of the United States.
Today is the 20th anniversary of the ATF’s attack on the Branch Davidians outside Waco, Texas. National Guard helicopters played a key role in the initial attack; 51 days later, Army tanks would lead the final assault.
Yesterday, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) appeared on MSNBC pushing for an assault weapons ban and said that Americans need to make a decision “If personal pleasure is more important that general welfare.” She also said that “all the police” support he
Program has remained secret for seven years
"I worry a little that the American people...has become a little complacent that we don't understand or realize that the threats are still real, that the danger is out there, is still tangible, that we still have to be as vigilant as we need to be,"
Checkpoints (some would say illegal checkpoints) have been popping up quite frequently in the USA. As you see in this video, you DO NOT have to comply with their question's or demands. Don't forget, you have rights.
Unless you can prove you're being surveilled in a program the government keeps secret, you have no right to sue
American government agencies – state, local, and federal -- made a record 13,753 requests to read emails or gather other information sent through Google’s Gmail and other services in 2012, more than half without warrants,
This past weekend (Jun 2012) in the Philadelphia suburb of Willow Grove, eight courageous liberty activists nullified a suspicionless sobriety checkpoint.
I got pulled over a month ago. This is how you are to deal with cops. This guy turned out to be cool so I reached out to him but it will not always end so well.
Something very good – though very dangerous to the congealing police state (but not to liberty-minded people) has occurred:
Does President Obama think that he has the power to kill American citizens on U.S. soil? It's an easy question. Answering it wouldn't jeopardize national security in any way. So why do Obama Administration officials keep dodging it?
Shooting children and the elderly: is it even a good idea on paper? An American law enforcement supply company thinks so and is letting police departments purchase some rather unusual products for target practice. For only 99 cents per sheet, Law
Many of us in print and broadcast media are rethinking our association with Facebook. Several of our journalistic brothers and sisters have been censored and/or otherwise treated unprofessionally by this entity. Facebook has become replete with troll
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is tightening its grip on domestic travel. I don’t mean the random, unpredictable security checks at bus, subway and train stations which already exist. I mean a coordinated and systematic police cont
What if I told you police in your town could desensitize themselves to the idea of shooting an (armed) child, pregnant woman, or young mother, for just a couple of bucks? The "No More Hesitation" series from Law Enforcement Targets Inc. offers exactl
Wow check this out WTF is going on here??
Forget police drones flying over your house. How about police coming inside, once a year, to have a look around?
Because the operational environment (OE) requires Army forces to operate in urban areas, commanders must have accurate information on the complex human elements, infrastructure, and physical terrain that make up the urban environment.
Apparently Ohio State – and college football in general – isn’t very popular in the state of Tennessee. At least not with the police.
In Mississippi, if kindergarteners violate the dress code or act out in class, they may end up in the back of a police car.