A battle over cattle and land rights erupted in a stand-off between armed federal agents pointing tasers and citizens holding cell phone cameras in a compelling video posted to Youtube Wednesday.
What does it take to get out of Guantanamo? Half the remaining detainees - 75 of the remaining 154 men - were led to believe they would be heading home soon when, in January 2010, the Guantanamo Review Task Force approved their release.
Following the War Between the States, as the formerly independent South was being re-assimilated into the Soyuz, the US military took up the task of driving the Plains Indians off of land that had been promised to them through solemn treaty obligatio
We bring you now the latest from the Bundy Ranch, where the militia has arrived in support of Cliven Bundy in his stand off against the Federal Government, where the Bureau of Land Management has surrounded his ranch with snipers, helicopters and he
For 2 minutes, Border Patrol Agents demanded to know if a truck driver was a US citizen at one of those immigration checkpoints in the Southwest that force citizens to reveal their citizenship status, even if they have not crossed the Mexican border.
Gerald Celente joins Gary Franchi to discuss the potential for a Waco style outcome for the Bundy family over a Desert Tortoise.
MAKE THIS VIDEO VIRAL!!! NEVADA | In the state of Nevada, Cliven Bundy and his family are currently caught in a fight over land with the Federal government. This is over his long standing refusal to acknowledge a 1993 modification to grazing rights
Man arrested for expressing free speech outside of designated “First Amendment Area”
“It’s one of the untold stories about government,” said former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson has been a leading critic of the operation that turned up only a few minor infractions. “People don’t grasp the size and the scope of these entities and
"It’s not just cellphone use," Baum said. "You could be eating a hamburger, putting on makeup, just talking to the people that are in the car, and not paying attention to the roadway."
Ministers who question the majority view among scientists about climate change should “shut up” and instead repeat the Government line on the issue. The BBC should give less airtime to climate skeptics and should seek special clearance to interview t
Korematsu v. United States, the 1944 ruling where the Supreme Court upheld President Franklin Roosevelt’s wartime internment of Japanese-Americans, is a notorious and shameful piece of work. Yet it still remains a valid decision,
Tom Burke was driving through a sleepy part of Grand Rapids, Michigan—an empty neighborhood full of abandoned warehouses—when he first noticed the vehicle tailing him.
MAXWELL, Texas— Texas House member Jason Villalba has followed through on legislation which he believes will protect schoolchildren from active shooters. Mark Anderson caught up with Villalba during a Maxwell, Texas address. In his brief remarks tha
Zero tolerance program slammed as attack on property rights
Authorities in Long Island have launched a crackdown on homeowners who rent their house out to tenants who have not been registered under a “zero tolerance” program that will see police conduct home inspections without notice.
When does safety in schools and on private property go too far? A 10-year-old boy in Columbus, Ohio was suspended for three days, after used his fingers as a toy gun. He then held his finger up to a classmate's head and said "boom." Officials fr
The protest made stops at APD's headquarters, Civic Plaza and the University of New Mexico's main campus. 5 p.m. police officers ordered the group to clear the area near APD headquarters, calling it an unlawful protest. There was a standoff
Citing a radical UN treaty known as the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, lawmakers in Scotland approved a deeply controversial new law assigning an individual government overseer to each and every child in the country
Many of us know retired police officers who remember a world where it was considered a failure to draw a weapon unless under direct attack.
David and Connie Johnson were asleep when they heard a noise Connie later described as the “walls caving in.” Seconds later their front door was forced open and two armored strangers burst into the two-room apartment the middle-aged couple share with
John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares how his home was recently searched by police because he is growing vegetables in his bathroom.