Mobile phone companies Telenor Pakistan and Ufone confirmed to the BBC that the Pakistan Telecommunications Authority has sent them a "dictionary" of banned words and expressions.
A top Russian female newsreader has caused a stir after appearing to offensively show US President Barack Obama her middle finger during a live newscast.
The Establishment media is at it again: Calling anti-treason and truth speech "anti-government."
The latest on the NYT attempting to link Alex Jones to the alleged White House shooter and Forbes claiming Jones and trends forecaster Gerald Celente are attempting to instigate a run on banks
I’ll be the first to admit, people who refuse to compromise their principles under any circumstances can be utterly terrifying. Defiance, in its purest form, requires fearlessness; a brand of fearlessness we have little experience of today.
Decorations will be "more secular and respectful to all beliefs," Agnew said. "We don't want to offend a volunteer with good intentions, but we need to think of the bigger picture. People who are Muslim or Jewish or have no religious beliefs come her
In delivering his rebuke, he told Amos that neither he nor his message was welcome in Bethel, because "it is the king's chapel, and it is the king's court."
U.K. Islamist leader Anjem Choudary announces on his Twitter page any media that supports Charlie Hebdo's publishing Mohammed parody stories with a fate similar to what happened to Dutch filmmaker Theo van Gogh.
The offices of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo were gutted by fire Tuesday night, officials said, hours before a special issue of the weekly that features the prophet Muhammad appeared on newsstands.
Convicted in another U.S. government show trial this year, author and attorney Edgar Steele will ask the highest court in the land to address non-written rules that allow unlawful and unconstitutional intrusions into what should be completely private
Because one radio host is concerned that America is going baroque over its massive military budget, NPR has ditched the DJ behind its World of Opera program due to her affiliation with a political protest in Washington DC.
It gets awfully cold in the Afghan desert at night, and American troops need to sometimes take desperate measures to stay warm. One smart soldier in Afghanistan has stumbled on a trick, however: Bill O’Reilly’s book makes some damn good kindling.
On the day before I'll be hitting the road for Libertopia, a half dozen federal jackboots decide to pay me a visit at my house. Want to know why?
When one hears the term “wiretapping”normally one thinks of secretly recording phone calls of others. Some may have thoughts of Watergate. However, under some crafty interpretations of the legal definition of wiretapping, several people have found th
A disturbing video from the 10th anniversary of 9/11 shows a man being arrested for simply speaking out on the streets of New York City.
There's a sizzling piece by Mark Steyn in the current issue of National Review, which reveals quite how far democracies have gone in restricting free speech.
Three years after the bank bailout saved America’s financial institutions, big banks appear to be more protected than ever, even from a harmless oil painter. Police have repeatedly questioned a middle-aged artist with an inflammatory political mes
A state-by-state breakdown of the wiretapping laws compiled by the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press.
Telex works as envisioned and if the major funding is found to massively scale it up to thousands of specially equipped servers that can detect and redirect requests to supposedly blocked websites, then it could lift the cyber curtain imposed by Chi
It eliminates the Fairness Doctrine - next, it should eliminate itself
Every day, we say things that we wouldn’t say in other contexts. We react to news with WTF-type blurts, we react to stupid politicians and greedy bankers with emotional statements.
Us Now takes a look at how this type of participation could transform the way that countries are governed. It tells the stories of the online networks whose radical self-organising structures threaten to change the fabric of government forever.
banning flashmobs is unconstitutional and would get in the way of direct democracy
Restriction blasted as 'most unconstitutional zone ever'
At this years Freedom Fest the coin Silver smart phone app was well received and drummed up quite a buzz.
"When our law punishes words, we must examine the surrounding circumstances to discern the significance of those words’ utterance, but must not distort or embellish their plain meaning so that the law may reach them,"
The City Council, unhappy about a civic betterment group, the Gould Citizens Advisory Council, adopted an ordinance "disallowing" the organization from existing and further declaring "no new organization" can be formed without council approval.
U.S. credit card provider Visa said Thursday that a payment processor in Iceland briefly opened the floodgates to donations to secrets outlet WikiLeaks, so they took the necessary steps to close them again.
The media titan Rupert Murdoch abandoned his defiance of popular and Parliamentary pressure on Thursday, sacrificing the mass-circulation British tabloid News of the World in a bid to protect his News Corporation empire from fallout...
A small town in Arizona is suddenly a YouTube sensation after a town-hall meeting devolved into a physical clash as a woman was forcibly removed from speaking during the public portion of the event.