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Judge Pauley ruled that the National Security Agency’s mass collection of phone records is lawful. The judge ruled that Fourth Amendment protections do not extend to records held by third parties, like telecom companies.
Some of you may recall that I recently left city life and moved back to the country to get away from the hustle and bustle and focus on my small businesses and family property.
Connor Guerrero didn’t exactly get an apology after police erroneously raided his home last week and handcuffed him on his front lawn.
On December 9th the Houston Police Department launched a pilot program arming 100 officers with “body cams”.
Here in America people are beginning to visualize what it will be like to overcome the mass political oppression we are now all under at the hands of a small group of global control freak elites who also control the money.
According to Chief Judge Theodore McKee’s ruling, despite the fact that George clearly had the right to carry the flashcards, the TSA agents were “at the outer boundary” of justifiability in detaining him. In addition to everyday words and phrases li
So finally, even the White House admits that the NSA’s wide-ranging program of pervy-voyeurism and spying and prying and snooping and sniffing has had no significant impact on the so-called War on the World, otherwise known as the War on Terror.
Software used by the radio station dropped the guest, Larry Klayman, and listeners who had called in to ask Klayman questions were cut off in mid-sentence. Other callers could not be put on the air due to technical difficulties
Editor’s Note: What you are about to read comes from Dave Hodges of The Commons Sense Show and deals with a topic that most Americans, even those of us who are aware of the possibilities, would prefer to not even think about.
US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden will call citizens to work together to end mass surveillance when he delivers a Christmas Day broadcast on Britain's Channel 4 television network.
In an effort to condition children to accept the police state, the TSA has released a cartoon depicting an family enduring a warrantless federal checkpoint at an airport. The video casts the the travelers and government agents as cute
A Long Island man recorded a police officer who threatened to ticket him if he washed his car in the driveway. The 24-year-old said he was washing his 1997 Volkswagen in his driveway when a police officer told him he wasn’t allowed to do that.
Jacob Appelbaum, a Berlin-based US journalist with access to some of Edward Snowden’s documents, claims there have been a series of raids on his apartment, saying he suspects possible US involvement.
If the government can tell you what you can and cannot do within the privacy of your home, whether it relates to what you eat, what you smoke or whom you love, you no longer have any rights whatsoever within your home. If the government can
Late Thursday night, the Senate passed the NDAA for Fiscal Year 2014. The bill, is infamous for its language on indefinite detention, and "disappearing" of American citizens. Once again, the bill was past via Fast-Tracking while most of the country w
Installed in a surveillance vehicle, Stingray tricks all cellphones in a set distance — sometimes exceeding a mile — into connecting to it, capturing location data and numbers dialed for calls and text messages from thousands of people at a time.
In spite of the fact that he has not committed a criminal act, Boise resident Skinner Anderson faces three years in prison and a $250,000 fine.
President Snow: Seneca… why do you think we have a winner? Seneca Crane: [frowns] What do you mean?
32-year NSA Veteran Who Created Mass Surveillance System Says Government Use of Data Gathered Through Spying “Is a Totalitarian Process”
Police get newspapers from which to declare their false accusations against me. But thankfully we live in the day of the internet - my platform will take the truth further than their newspapers take their lies.
Police are now saying the shot that killed an unarmed Ohio woman during a botched drug raid was purely accidental–and the officer who fired the shot didn’t even know that his gun had gone off.