When reports claimed that a chemical attack killed 70 civilians in Syria earlier this month, the Trump administration was quick to place the blame on the Syrian government--despite having no evidence--and they claimed that the horror of such an atr
This article was written by Nicholas West and originally published at Activist Post Amid the ongoing Facebook/Cambridge Analytica debacle over their general surveillance and misuse of users' private data, there is an emerging trend that is infin
Anyone who has ever dealt with law enforcement when they've been a victim of a crime knows that the wheels of justice move very slowly. For some, the waiting is too much to bear and when police--who are often more concerned with prosecuting people
Starbucks and the Philadelphia police department are on the defensive as a video has gone viral showing them allegedly arresting two men for "waiting for a friend while black."
Technocrats who are concerned with managing the 'herd' will want to keep track of the health of all. Cameras set up in public spaces will enable collection of your most private and personal data, without giving you any opportunity to opt out. In
NEW hi-tech cameras that detect drivers using their mobile phones without them even knowing and automatically issues fines could soon change everything.
In an enforcement action that represents the culmination of a years-long battle by federal and state prosecutors to stop sex workers from operating openly on the Internet (under the guise of "fighting sex trafficking"),...
by Mark Dice
It is no longer a conspiracy theory, but a fact that people are being specifically targeted for their participation in what some call "prepping" and others dub survivalism. A couple from California had their home raided and were held without char
Alexander Mckenzie, a 31-year-old Army veteran who, according to court documents, is being treated for post-traumatic stress disorder, recently had his gun confiscated by the Seattle Police Department even though he had committed no crime.
A couple was ambushed, arrested and detained for 13 hours with no explanation before they learned that the evidence against them consisted of a stack of papers that contained detailed screenshots of posts from their social media accounts.
"In that dramatic scene on Calvary's hill three men were crucified. We must never forget that all three were crucified for the same crime -- the crime of extremism.
A man filming a police encounter accused officers of confronting an innocent man for "walking while black" when they stopped him out of nowhere and demanded to see the contents of his backpack.
Law enforcement agencies in the U.S. routinely use the fingerprints of dead people to bypass biometric safeguards meant to protect Apple iPhones from being unlocked, according to a new report.
-- After Giving $10,000 to District Attorney
The state of Tennessee has recently begun cracking down on residents who would dare braid someone's hair without first paying the government for the privilege of doing so.
Dictator-for-life Xi Jinping resides over the world's largest Technocracy that is praised and emulated by the global elite who champion Technocracy. Americans should have the greatest alarm that this policy of "once untrustworthy, always restrict
Police in Raleigh, North Carolina, have presented Google with warrants to obtain data from mobile phones from not just specific suspects who were in a crime scene area, but from the mobile phones of all people in the area, reports Raleigh television
The slow-motion train wreck of "social credit" systems and the "gamification" of society has moved to the next stage. Now the Chinese government is going to start barring people from flying or riding trains if their social credit score is not
Not one, but two school cops discharged firearms in schools this week. One of the officers injured multiple students in the process and the media and school officials attempted to cover it up.
In the aftermath of the Las Vegas shootings last year in October, I wrote a column entitled "They Are Coming For Our Guns." In that column, I listed sixteen gun control bills that were working their way through the U.S. House and Senate.
Delaware could be among the first states to use mobile driver's licenses.
Many individuals are up-in-arms after the Miami police decided to initiate a gun buyback that they are promoting on Facebook. The social media corporation refuses to take down the video after it has been reported numerous times, which gun rights advo