Government keeps growing -- and freedom keeps shrinking -- because we fail to make the moral case for free enterprise. "We are not in an economic battle for the future of America. We are in a moral battle."
Ernie Hancock on Porcfest, Doug Wead, Rand Paul, and Thrive, plus more!
Wednesday's district court hearing in Manchester, New Hampshire landed left Ademo in jail for at least 60 days. Why? Well the start of all this was June 4th, 2011 when I used children’s chalk on a police station.
Ademo Freeman of New Hampshire was arrested in June of last year for taking part in a protest during which activists used children's chalk to write on the sidewalk and on the exterior walls of a building during a police accountability rally.
Friend and Freedom Summit partner of FreedomsPhoenix' publisher, Ernest Hancock ( full disclosure :) filed the required paperwork to seek the Libertarian nomination for US Senate 2012 to appear on the ballot in the General Election.
This Wednesday at 1pm I’ll walk into district court in Manchester, New Hampshire so a judge can decide when I’ll go to jail. Why? Well the start of all this was June 4th, 2011 when I used children’s chalk on a police station.
Thousands of demonstrators are participating in a massive march across Pakistan today, condemning the government’s decision to reopen the supply route into Afghanistan for US trucks.
Protesters unfurled a “Koch Kills” banner and shouted “shame on you” as wealthy donors to presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney rounded a corner in Range Rovers, Denalis and other luxury vehicles on their way to a fundraiser at the
In an official campaign update Friday, Ron Paul stressed the importance that all his supporters do what they can to make it to Tampa in August for the pre-RNC rally and Republican National Convention.
The editor of the Boston Police Department’s union newspaper has a message for Occupy Wall Street: you’re a bunch of ignorant idiots — and your kids are stupid too.
“Warning shots will not be fired”
The ACLU has come out with a new app for Android users that allows them to secretly record police misconduct and automatically post it to a public website. It is a new tool in the arsenal of activists looking for accountability.
Protests continue despite 'state of emergency', ban on freedom of assembly
As a famously corrupt party returns to power, student protests have gained steam and sparked a vote recount.
Uncommon steps of halting metals project and releasing demonstrators, comes after thousands protested in southwest city.
In a victory trumpeted by Internet freedom groups, the European Parliament soundly rejected an international agreement to combat piracy Wednesday after protests against the pact swept Europe. The vote reportedly came down to just 39 ballots in favor,
The New York City Police Department issued a notice to officers to be aware of a pair of “professional agitators” who like to video record police performing their duties. It was the agitators themselves who discovered the flyer when they walked insid
Japan’s Kansai Electric Power Company has restarted a reactor at its Ohi nuclear power plant after a 15 month break.
We have NO INDEPENDENCE in America. Psychopath Uncle Sam recognizes none of our God-given rights nor respects the constraints of the U.S. Constitution. He wars against us! PROTEST!
The protest rally was organized by Adam Kokesh, a libertarian who publishes podcasts online from a Virginia studio. He says police can "steal from you if they don't like what's coming out of your mouth."
Sudanese police are trying to subdue anti-government demonstrations that have gripped the country for a week.
While world leaders negotiate in the Rio+20 meeting halls, thousands of activists have launched "The People's Summit"
Indigenous peoples affected by the controversial Belo Monte dam complex now under construction along the Xingu River in the Brazilian Amazon have occupied a coffer dam that cuts across channels of the river since last Thursday June 21.
Egyptians have congregated in the thousands on Cairo's Tahrir Square in anticipation of the election results that could make or break the revolution.
Bukovsky became an assembly-line producer of official protests. By the end of his career as a "zek," he had taught hundreds of other inmates to follow his lead. By following certain procedures that were specified by the complaint system, Bukovsky's p
This project is focused on spreading the education of the principles of Liberty. Overall goals of this campaign is to purchase the means to prints fliers, create dime cards, and fund other minor projects. Based on the success of this project, I
A grand jury handed down an 11-count indictment against 3 NATO-summit protesters jailed since May, including 4 terrorism-related counts and 6 new charges. Tacking on more charges gives prosecutors more leverage in negotiating a plea deal later or in
A random raffle ticket will be selected at 12:00am EST on June 24th (the last night of PorcFest in Lancaster, NH)
The head of Greenpeace International said the NGO is moving to a "war footing" after negotiators at the Rio+20 sustainable development conference watered down proposals to protect the world's oceans.
Plight of world's poor, some living near the G20 venue, not on agenda for global economic leaders.