Why should anyone trust a government that kills, maims, tortures, lies, spies, cheats, and treats its own citizens like criminals?
We have returned to a time before the American Revolution when government agents—with the blessing of the courts—could force their way into a citizen's home, with seemingly little concern for lives lost and property damaged in the process.
A real issue is people who are oblivious to what they are giving up. Not everyone is informed and educated, this video aims to start a conversation so that users can educate themselves and then make informed decisions.
A news crew from Al Jazeera spent a few days in Miami last month working on a feature on Photography is Not a Crime.
Libertarian Party candidate Chris Holbrook received enough support to run for governor of Minnesota, despite local police shutting down his signature-collecting campaign.
Matthew Heller was returning to his truck after having attended a Juicy J concert in Ybor City, Florida last February when he noticed something was wrong.
A city in Canada's easternmost New Brunswick province remained on lockdown Thursday as police hunted for a man believed to have shot dead three officers and wounded two others in a brazen attack.
Police officers in body armor swooped into 2 Manhattan housing projects at dawn in simultaneous raids aimed at scores of suspected gang members indicted on charges of planning and carrying out tit-for-tat gun battles
DHS leveraged as tool of intimidation
Police may soon begin using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) during manhunts, standoffs and other "tactical events", LAPD Chief Charlie Beck said Thursday.
A federal judge allowed the government to keep cash that Homeland Security agents seized because it smelled like marijuana. US District Court Judge Michael Davis issued a default ruling May 28 because the original owner
The ACLU had an appointment to review documents pertaining to a case investigated by a Sarasota police detective. But marshals swooped in at the last minute to grab the records, claiming they belong to the US Marshals Service
In addition to making it illegal for children to be outside their homes after 9:00 PM, the city of Baltimore, Maryland, will impose what amounts to a public school curfew between the hours of 7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-
Federal agency will use tool to "send notifications to users"
A Nassau County police officer accused of using excessive force against a suspect was indicted on assault charges, but the case was well underway in the court of public opinion as hecklers and supporters converged on the courthouse.
The United States is re-establishing a law enforcement group to fight those it designates as domestic terrorists, with an announcement expected on Tuesday, Department of Justice officials said.
"These are the times that try men's souls." So said Thomas Paine in Common Sense, a pamphlet that sparked the American Revolution.
"A government which will turn its tanks upon its people, for any reason, is a government with a taste of blood and a thirst for power and must either be smartly rebuked, or blindly obeyed in deadly fear."—John Salter
A Defense Apartment document from the Obama Administration outlines the President's authority for attacks on American citizens. Directive 3025.18, "Defense Support of Civil Authorities," provides authorization for the commander in chief to order
Customs and Border Protection tightened restrictions on when and how agents and officers will be allowed to use deadly force — changes that, had they been in place, critics say, might have prevented many of the 45 deaths at the hands of agents on dut
After Georgia's Mountain Judicial Circuit Narcotics Criminal Investigation and Suppression Team burned a toddler with a flashbang grenade during a drug raid on Wednesday, Habersham County Sheriff Joey Terrell told Access North Georgia:
The Los Angeles Police Department has acquired some eyes in the sky. .
Unfortunately for the Border Patrol however, it's impossible to hide such malfeasance forever and as more and more people have awoken to the lawless nature of Border Patrol operations against the general public, the heavily fortified wall of secrecy
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A Fusion investigation has found he was just one of 56,922 people who were stopped and questioned by Miami Gardens Police Department between 2008 and 2013. That's the equivalent of more than half of the city's population.
A 2010 Pentagon directive on military support to civilian authorities details what critics say is a troubling policy that envisions the Obama administration's potential use of military force against Americans.
Dana Hills High School students were released from a four-hour lockdown Thursday after an empty rifle or shotgun carrying case was reportedly found in a campus parking lot.