DoJ Terrorism Criminal Extremism Terms, pre-school children tracked by RFID, 9/11, and Glenn Beck nominated for enemy of the state!
I was with Adam & Pete over the weekend at two events. The first video was filmed on Thursday. Adam gives us a tour of MARV. The second video combines some of this with footage from their detainment by Denver police.
Once the precedent is established that blogs can be licensed the government’s control of the blogosphere will grow in small increments until it can shut us all down by simply requiring and then denying said license.
Yu Jie picked a fight with the Communist Party of China, and if state security forces haul him away in the dark of night, there will be no one to stop them. It's a risk Yu took when he slammed the country's prime minister as shilling for authoritaria
“ In my opinion, SPLC represents state sponsored domestic terrorism. Hopefully this organization will self implode, possibly crushed by the weight of its own self induced paranoia or the result of finding itself on one of its own lists.”
It seems a bit strange to me that the media carefully warn about and label any content that involves sex, violence or strong language — but there's no similar labelling system for, say, sloppy journalism and other questionable content. I figured
FB is now purging all material related to the Tea Party movement, states’ rights and the Gadsden flag. Interesting that a business so utterly dependent on free speech and freedom activists will bitch slap them like this.
Democrats block amendment to ensure press access to oil spill. . . . Media outlets such as The New York Times, Columbia Journalism Review, and NPR have written damning reports of the government's unreasonable attempts to limit access to the spill.
For the second time in three years, the US Court of Appeals in NY has struck down FCC fines of broadcasters for fleeting expletives. The winds of freedom are starting to blow...
One of the most difficult challenges people face in convincing people that the United States is far from free is that, for the most part, people still have a considerable amount of the right to free speech as allegedly protected by the first amendmen
9 days after a four-star general was relieved of command for comments made to Rolling Stone magazine, Defense Secretary Gates issued orders on Friday tightening the reins on officials dealing with the news media. The memorandum requires top-level Pen
The judge granted Google's motion for summary judgment in a 3-year-old lawsuit in which Viacom claimed that the video-sharing Web site had sought to exploit Viacom's copyrighted works for profit. Google argued that YouTube was protected by the Digita
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted on Thursday to begin the formal process of bringing the Internet under greater federal control – a move sought by both President Barack Obama and FCC Chairnman Julius Genachowski.
"The Icelandic parliament has approved a package of broad protections for journalists, making the island nation perhaps the safest place in the world to afflict the comfortable and speak truth to power.
Icelandic leaders wanted to create a
The DISCLOSE Act, which would limit free speech of organizations,...the NRA has now agreed to an exemption for their organization in exchange for support of the Democrats’ bill.
In the past few weeks the U.S. has witnessed an aggressive crack down on whistleblowers. For many the Obama administration's tough investigative stance on unauthorized press leaks goes against the president's own election promises to bring back openn
In an obvious attempt to hide their thuggery behind a veneer of paternalism, author Jacob Sullum points out some members of Congress are ignoring the phrase 'Congress shall make no law' when it comes to the First Amendment.
CLUE TIME: It isn't Hate Speech if you hate my right to express my viewpoint. Progressives groups are gang-tackling the FTC and FCC in order to “monitor hate speech;” i.e., shut up viewpoints they don’t agree with.” It's getting ugly out there.
An American rights group is suing the police in Pennsylvania for issuing tickets, which carry a jail sentence, to people for swearing. The ACLU, which filed the lawsuits earlier, argues that the right to use profanity is protected by the U.S. Constit
Speaking at Hampton University in Virginia, the president raised alarms when he said "information becomes a distraction, a diversion" that is putting "pressure on our country and on our democracy."
What Powell said was pretty good I should have put something like tha in my letter, well at least what he said is out there now. Also whats up with not being able to comment on letters? I was going to say some pretty good stuff but when my comRead Letter
Blippy.com is a site where you enter your credit card info and your purchases are tracked and streamed out through various media, similar to Twitter. Surprise, surprise, people's card numbers started showing up on the internet and in Google.
A Anti-Defamation League report goes further than ever before in an effort to purge the Internet of all dissent, listing completely non-violent criticism of Obamacare posted on Internet forums as a reason to conduct a “major law enforcement operation
Prior to 2002, anyone who suggested that the U.S. government create a Total Information Awareness database of personal information on tens of millions of Americans would have been considered an extremist.
Aaron waited until it was question time and rather that sit through the pre-selected controlled media questions. Aaron wanted to know about the Downing Street Memo...
Viacom and a variety of class action plaintiffs are suing YouTube, claiming that the online video service is liable for copyright infringements committed by its users.
The mainstream media has been trying to peg patriot groups as hate groups ever since the southern poverty law center released a list of violent hate groups. Now they are trying to mix the tea parties and other grass roots movements to violence since
Southern Poverty Law Center has attacked COLORADO WE ARE CHANGE and KBDI. After reading the article, one commenter suggested that "WAC could perhaps talk to a lawyer about charges of liable, defamation or maybe even slander. You will notice in the a
But Ms Jonsdottir believes that making a strong statement in favour of freedom of expression could be a way for Iceland to create a positive new identity.
The Western world, from Australia to the United States, UK and parts of Europe, are moving in a unified front toward dictatorial Internet censorship. Australia has led the way, despite outcry from its populace.