You best not be a terrorist or homegrown radical extremist hiding out in the boonies of the Texas wilderness, because if you are you may well come face-to-face with the Parks and Wildlife Department’s newest rapid deployment “Scout Team.”
For more than six years, Roger Shuler has hounded figures of Alabama’s legal and political establishment on his blog, Legal Schnauzer. But even those who longed for his muzzling did not see this coming: Shuler sitting in jail indefinitely.
There is a worldwide, concerted effort going on to shut down any way for people and corporations to escape the Western tax dragnet or even to get foreign citizenship and leave. It is being led by the US government and I have seen it countless times.
“What was going on with the police officer a few minutes ago?” I asked the young couple to whom I had offered a ride on sunny but severely cold Saturday morning.
What is most striking about the American police state is not the mega-corporations running amok in the halls of Congress, the militarized police crashing through doors and shooting unarmed citizens, or the invasive surveillance regime....
3 former political activists revealed their part in a brazen 1971 burglary of an FBI office outside Philadelphia, where they stole as many as 1,000 documents, enraging FBI director J. Edgar Hoover and exposing a domestic spying operation that
Doing a search on Google, I can find no articles where PETA and HSUS lash out against the actions of the cops. Instead, I found the following:
Two North Carolina parents are in shock after local police shot and killed their 18-year-old son in their own home, while they watched helplessly.
30th Chaos Communication Congress Jacob Applebaum revealed the existence of an NSA software program known as DROPOUTJEEP which turns a user’s iPhone into a surveillance device for the government. (MUCH more in VIDEO)
This is the 21st Century. A grand era of technology. Buck Rogers and H.G. Wells would be so proud of our technological advancements. But so would Stalin, Mao and Hitler. The NSA’s recently leaked shopping catalog is chilling and would
While some “journalists” would have you believe the biggest stories of 2013 were about twerking celebrities and over-hyped real-life courtroom sagas, much bigger events were happening with far more lasting national significance. The foundation of an
The dream of many Americans is to get out of the hustle and bustle of the daily city grind.
If a 50-year-old male private citizen forced a 24-year-old female to have sex with him the end result would be many years in jail.
Incredible. To residents of LA County who seek energy independence: you are a target.
For now, America still awaits a champion who can win a major victory against internal checkpoints at the Supreme Court. But the minor everyday victories on YouTube are slowly helping to restore our constitutional rights.
The National Security Agency is racing to build a computer that could break nearly every kind of encryption used to protect banking, medical, business and government records around the world.
What remains to be seen is whether 2014 will bring more of the same or whether “we the people” will wake up from our somnambulant states. Indeed, when it comes to civil liberties and freedom, 2013 was far from a banner year. The following is just a s
Boujemaa Razgui, a flute virtuoso who lives in New York and works with many US ensembles, was returning to base over the holiday when Customs officials at Kennedy Airport asked to see his instruments.
Civil libertarians are criticizing Ohio police for arresting a driver because his car contained a compartment that could theoretically store illegal drugs, though no drugs were found at that time.
BREAKING: This hasn't made it into mainstream news yet. Maybe we can help it break into the news cycle today? I studied harpsichord and have friends who know the man in question and can vouch for the story being true. - Aaron
Shipping giants FedEx and UPS haven’t said much since it was revealed Sunday that the National Security Agency intercepts electronics packages to install spyware, but what they have said implies they knew what the agency was up to.
In a few weeks, federal officials may require new vehicles to have trackable GPS “safety” devices which could be hacked to cause automobile accidents and may even usher in mileage taxes. “Who has access and how do you secure the data?”
I really have nothing to say. Sickening, yes...surprising, no. How much longer do we wait. Link to the lawsuit in the article.
Editor’s Note: One of the questions oft asked in alternative news circles is why, if elements within the U.S. government intend to collapse our economy and implement martial, no one within these circles has spoken out.
Penn. state trooper claims that he maced two cats instead