Despite spying on us and monitoring our every activity, the NSA simply does not allow citizens to engage in any form of a check or balance when it comes to the agency.
The American system of justice is indeed in major need of overhaul when, in one place, you can get a month in jail for raping a child, but in another, you can get several months in jail for daring to sell milk that wasn't government approved.
I have to admit. I’m getting a little tired of all the staged police violence. NWO loves Hegelian dialectic. So they amplify the problem until everyone is looking for a solution. And like clockwork, they roll in with their solution and you are still
In 2004, my telephone records, as well as those of another New York Times reporter and two reporters from the Washington Post, were obtained by federal agents assigned to investigate a leak of classified information. What happened next
“Deliberate effort by Obama to hurt the public”
A federal court should not permit five leading Internet companies to reveal how often they are ordered to turn over information about their customers in national security investigations, the government argued in papers released Wednesday.
Jean Luc Picard: "I don't like what we have become."
A Round-Up of the Police State Programs NOT Affected by a Government Shutdown
The NSA isn’t just spying on foreigners
Police fatally shot a Texas homeowner shortly after the man shot and killed an intruder Thursday night in an alley behind his home.
We broadcast from New Orleans, Louisiana, the heart of the world’s prison capital, where more people are behind bars any other state per capita — an incarceration rate 13 times that of China.
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals overturned a lower court ruling that previously allowed a website created by current and former members of the Lafayette Police Department, describing allegations of top-to-bottom corruption, to be shuttered.
Mr. Nacchio still believes his insider-trading prosecution was government retaliation for rebuffing requests in 2001 from the NSA to access his customers' phone records. His plans to use that belief as a defense at trial never materialized
Reporters beware: if you try to interview a high-profile personality who is visiting Yale Law School you best tread carefully lest you want to end up behind bars.
As a followup to an incident one of NPR's On The Media producers recently had at the border (see My Detainment Story or: How I learned to Stop Feeling Safe in My Own Country and Hate Border Agents), I was recently contacted and asked to talk about so
Another report of foreign troops training on American soil for 'urban warfare' operations - I keep hearing it, but still see no pictures or video of anything but what looks to be militarized US 'police?'...
J.B. Wells was right in there on this one. Coast To Coast listeners - the largest radio listening audience in America - got a generous serving about the police state's use of "emergencies" and the International banksters' capability to create suffici
After a Somers, New York, resident discovered someone was coming on to his private property and repeatedly stealing his pro-Second Amendment signs, he thought up a brilliant plan to catch the perpetrator.
As I point out in my new book, A Government of Wolves: The Emerging American Police State, there are several methods for controlling a population.
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With her typical clarity, Judge Shira Scheindlin shut down New York City’s attempt to spin her ruling in Floyd v. City of New York, that the execution of the stop & frisk policy violated the rights of millions to nab a handful, with a resounding smac
Police Officer Shatters Car Window After Female Student Denies Rolling It Down, Gets Forced Out Of Car & Arrested!
Apparently the man is now being charged with assaulting a police officer. And could go to prison for 10 years.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security will test its crowd-scanning facial recognition system, known as the Biometric Optical Surveillance System, or BOSS, at a junior hockey game this weekend, according to the Russian news agency RT.