People everywhere are getting raided by the FBI when their neighbors call the police after they spot the dangerous criminals... cooking rice.
In conjunction with the upcoming release of his new book, A Government of Wolves: The Emerging American Police State, John W. Whitehead sits down to discuss several "pressure points" that are threatening the Bill of Rights and undermining our essenti
I got your "electoral politics" right here!!
Judge Napolitano discusses Natural Rights and why The Patriot Act is exactly the type of legislation the Founding Fathers wrote the Constitution to PREVENT!
I spoke with Tim Manning, a popular Southern Nationalist and Christian pastor from Greensboro, North Carolina, over the weekend. Mr. Manning’s home was raided late Wednesday evening into early Thursday morning.
On the 20th anniversary of the government's sadistic and excessive slaughter of men, women, and children at their home in Waco, TX, the people of Boston awakened to find an army of occupation had seized and paralyzed their city.
A Florida county sheriff is being given a million dollars to violate the rights of the people who were stupid enough to put him in office. A new "violence prevention unit aimed at preventing tragedies like those in Newtown, Connecticut and Aurora, Co
By April 19th, about 9,000 cops, SWAT teams and National Guardsmen had descended on Boston to find the remaining suspect in the marathon bombing. In the Watertown neighborhood, they went door to door, in some cases forcing people
The Palm Beach, Florida police program is the first of its kind in America. The Community Partners Against Terrorism (CPAT) initiative sprang out of the half-billion dollars dropped into Urban Area Security grants by the Department of Homeland Securi
Friendly fire incident heaps more skepticism on official narrative behind raid
Video: Obama Civilian Defense Force Volunteers Check Backpacks On SDSU Campus
Cleveland Police stand outside a home where they say missing women, Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michele Knight were found in the 2200 block of Seymour Avenue in Cleveland on Monday, May 6, 2013.
This Infowars reporter interviewed several residents in Watertown, Massachusetts who suffered through the criminal police siege of their town
"What does it hurt," asked Sheriff Ric Bradshaw of Florida’s Palm Beach County, "to have somebody knock on the door and ask, ‘Hey, is everything OK?’"
Iris scanning as a form of biometric recognition doesn't get as much attention as retinal scanning or fingerprints, but it's got a lot of advantages.
In court where civilians have no representative, government's "national security" claims win again and again
On the heels of prestitute Lawrence O’Donnell labeling Ron Paul a “liar” when he called the manhunt and door-to-door searches in Watertown, Mass. a martial law exercise, Infowars reporter Dan “The Kraken” Bidondi went to interview residents who were
Officers greeted parents and students after doors were locked at Robert Frost Elementary and three other schools in the area. The schools were not under a lockdown but were under a shelter-in-place order.
The most persistent and significant contributor to police militarization and the erosion of civil liberties has of course been the modern drug war. (Perhaps rivaled over the last decade by the war on terrorism.) And in the 30 years since
This grand show of force, which even the FBI admits is unprecedented, was carried out for the purpose of catching a suspected terrorist – a 19-year-old honor student – who stands accused of deploying pressure cooker bombs at the Boston Marathon.
A can of tea can apparently land you in the can
Here they go again. The Obama administration has asked its allies in Congress to introduce legislation that would permit the feds to continue their march through the Fourth Amendment when it comes to obtaining private information about all of us.
This is for all those Americans who seem to imagine that there is some magic spell which renders the U.S. immune from the tyranny that has plagued every other major empire in history.
A Sacramento court has ruled for the return of a baby who had been forcefully taken from his parents by police and child protective services without a warrant on April 24