The Tyrannical Drug War - And its Einsatzgruppen. Article by Will Grigg. / Revealing the State as Pure Evil - David Gordon on the work of anarcho-capitalist Sam Konkin. / TSA Naked X-Rays Produce Cancer in Its Own Agents - So there is, of course, a c
Japan's Sony Corp., victim of one of the largest data breaches in history, voiced support on Wednesday for cybersecurity legislation being considered by the US Congress.
Dropbox for files, Google for mail, iCloud for well, everything. Average citizens have all kinds of options for storing their information in the cloud. Now, spies want in. Soon, our nation’s secrets may take on a slightly more nebulous form.
“Now It All Makes Sense.” A Missouri farming and ranching contact just got off a conference call wherein he was informed that the federal government is sending out letters to all of the flooded out farmers in the Missouri River flood plain and botto
On Friday, President Obama celebrated Darpa, the Defense Department’s premiere research arm, as a hothouse of “cutting-edge ideas to create new jobs, spark new breakthroughs, [and] reinvigorate American manufacturing.”
Greek riot police fired tear gas to disperse stone-throwing demonstrators Tuesday, as thousands marched to protest proposed austerity measures on the first day of a two-day strike.
Where Did It All Begin? - Eric Peters on the robed shysters who wrecked our 4th amendment protections. / The US Roman Empire - Justin Raimondo on its rise and fall. / Politics Is a Scam - I will never vote again, says James Altucher.
Computer hackers with the group 'Lulz Security" have unearthed a FBI intelligence assessment of Barry Cooper, the former Texas narcotics officer who turned against the drug war and began setting up hidden camera stunts looking to catch corrupt police
The former mayor of New Orleans has revealed how he became so paranoid after Hurricane Katrina he was convinced the government was trying to poison him.
Apple, the consumer electronics company, has outgrown its headquarters in Cupertino, California. It wants to build a bigger, better campus. That’s when the shakedown started.... It’s like dealing with the Tony Soprano: "That’s a real nice expansion
The Chicago Sun-Times reported that vandals Saturday night broke into the storage facility of Associated Attractions, a company that helps design, create and store floats.
The annual gay pride parade in Paris was enlivened by same sex marriage legislation in New York that was recently signed into law. Similar legislation in France, proposed by the Socialist Party, was blocked by conservatives.
Lulz Security hacker group said that it has ended an Internet rampage that included cyberattacks on videogame companies, police, and even a US spy agency website.
Justice David Prosser, who already had his share of press this year after long-fought re-election campaign to Wisconsin's Supreme Court, is again in the spotlight after allegedly grabbing one of his colleagues around the neck during an argument.
A city law states that a permit must be obtained to serve food to 25 or more people in a park, and limits groups to two permits per year.
Rep. Ron Paul (R-Tex.), a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination, came down hard today against a House bill (HR 2278) that would have limited the use of funds for the U.S.’s involvement in the Libya War.
It flew through the House with nary a word against it in the regular session.
President Barack Obama’s speech announcing that the 33,000 "surge" troops in Afghanistan will be withdrawn by "summer" 2012 indicates that he has given priority to the interests of the military and the Pentagon...
Today, Assembly Bill No. 511 passed, granting the Department of Transportation the authorization to draft a set of regulations and rules governing autonomous cars. Pop goes the champagne in Mountain View.
The Oakland Tribute reported that the bill would limit the federal government to enforcing cross-border or inter-state smuggling laws, and allow people to grow, possess, use or sell marijuana in states where it is legal to do so.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) urged a federal court to return two domain names seized as part of the U.S. government's "Operation in Our Sites," an ongoing campaign against websites that illegally provide access to copyrighted material.
The United States said Thursday it would release more oil from its reserves if necessary, after leading a global drawdown of 60 million barrels due to supply disruptions in the Middle East.
The State of Florida made $62,968,946 from the sale of Floridians driver's license information in the last fiscal year, a practice that has been occurring almost unknown for years.
The day that Elaine Riddick had her first and only child, the state of North Carolina had her sterilized on the orders of a court. Riddick had been raped but the state said she was promiscuous.
Someone was missing from last week's Republican presidential debate, and that's too bad. He's an announced candidate who was a two-term governor of New Mexico, and he makes a case for strongly limited government.
The federal government unveiled nine graphic images that will be required on all cigarette packs. They will be accompanied by messages such as, “Warning: Cigarettes are addictive,” “Warning: Cigarettes cause cancer” and “Warning: Smoking can kill you
Two top US senators on Tuesday introduced a bill that would retroactively support America's military role in Libya, amid a raging debate over whether President Barack Obama flouted the law by not getting prior congressional approval.
By Ross Marowits, The Canadian Press – Jun 10, 2011 MONTREAL — A Montreal company that denies any wrongdoing in an alleged gold-refining tax scam said Friday it was shocked by an early-morning raid this week that came after several months of negot
Gov. Rick Perry announced he had added legislation that would make it illegal for TSA agents to engage in “intrusive touching” at airports security checkpoints without probable cause to the list of items for the legislature to consider during the spe
A bill that would criminalize invasive TSA pat downs in Texas has risen like a phoenix from the flames, with Governor Rick Perry being forced to include the item on the agenda for the current special session of the legislature...