A national park on the moon? It could happen.
National Security Agency leak source Edward Snowden, who leaked a trove of agency secrets and sparked a debate over government surveillance, is meeting with human rights officials in the Moscow's Sheremetyevo international airport's transit zone.
The Post Office has admitted that software defects have occurred with a computer system at the center of a bitter dispute with some of its postmasters. More than 100 were wrongly prosecuted, lost their homes and a few went to prison.
Glyphosate, one the world's top-selling herbicide formulas, is also one of the most toxic, according to a recent study published in the open-access journal Ecotoxicology.
"I won't stand idly by while our civil liberties are eaten by the NSA surveillance machine," Stone says. "You shouldn't either."
Meet Sam Nichols and Glenn Woodbury, who volunteer with a group called Citizens Against Crime. They began patrolling the back roads of the county last summer after staffing at the sheriff's office was gutted by budget cuts.
The U.S. government has a well-established track record of running covert kidnapping and abduction operations in Ecuador to capture anyone they want.
CEOs are legendary for defending their tax paying records, and eager to imply that government is responsible for any of their tax delinquencies.
It turns out I underestimated Metro bureaucrats’ capacity for folly. I wrote the transit system would look silly if it let perish 1,000 flowers planted secretly at the Dupont Circle station by local garden artist Henry Docter, the Phantom Planter.
President Maduro offers to protect NSA whistleblower 'from persecution by the empire' and rejects US extradition request
Venezuela is offering "humanitarian asylum" to U.S. National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden, President Nicolás Maduro said Friday, suggesting his country could offer the leaker a way out .....
Obamacare Fiasco Blamed on GOP This past week the Obama Administration unilaterally decreed a postponement in the legislated deadline for implementation of the employer compliance component of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare). While many have q
This video explains that most excess power of corporations is provided and granted by government and that government seeks partnership with corporations and shares in the profits.
Some students and I had an exchange with NSA recruiters today. The audio and a rough transcript below.
One day before members of the Icelandic Parliament are due to break for summer vacation, leaders of three political parties have submitted a special piece of legislation which would make NSA whistleblower and fugitive, Edward Snowden, a c
Alex reviews the accelerating disintegration of Posse Comitatus as Americans are acclimated to accept Russian forces to provide "security at mass events.
Edward Snowden exposes Washington’s war on the world
Mike Wasdin hosts the Attorney for Freedom Show while Marc is away with co-host 4409 and special guest Ernie Hancock of Freedom's Phoenix. Special "Faux of July" edition.
Newly uncovered videos which show senior GSA officials and staff participating in the spoofs and spinoffs complete with costumes and music. Another sign of outrageous spending habits on seemingly unnecessary activities.
In March of 2012 President Obama signed an executive order which, among other things, gives the federal government authority over every resource and infrastructure element in the United States.
President Dilma Rousseff conceded many of the demonstrators' demands, and called for a national compromise to improve public services, by investing 100% of Brazil Oil revenues in education and health care.
Some 9 million Chinese students recently took their National College Entrance Examination, or Gaokao.
China is so "fine" that it has resorted to the full central-planning manipulation trifecta:
Pay a visit to Grandma and Grandpa—or else they’ll see you in court.
A Missouri woman says she is prepared to go to jail after authorities threatened her over a recycling project that turns tires into flower planters. Toni “Bones” Shelton had been repainting old tires to turn them into planters, but the city is frowni
Switzerland — long famous for storing money and not asking any questions — has been beefing up scrutiny on banks enjoying shelter in the Alpine paradise's lax regulatory structure, Businessweek reports.
At least six European Union countries in addition to Britain have been colluding with the US over the mass harvesting of personal communications data, according to a former contractor to America's.....
Fox News reporting on Chem-trailing, this is the second TV report to date, check out my earlier report. Make this viral, thank you.
Warning: The following program features graphic footage of political animal attacks and cultural corruption. Viewer discretion is advised.
During an interview on Meet the Press today, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi addressed the ongoing international manhunt for NSA leaker Edward Snowden.