Sen. Tom Harkin to Congress: "We are at one of the most dangerous points in our history."
The NSA has released some details of 12 incidents in which analysts used their access to America’s high-tech surveillance infrastructure to spy on girlfriends, boyfriends, and random people they met in social settings.
U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has conducted dozens of unauthorized undercover investigations into illicit cigarette sales, misused $162 million in profits, and lost track of at least 420 million cigarettes.
They claim that the book is sour grapes because Stockman was fired by Ronald Reagan, that he is a hypocrite for lambasting hedge funds although he ran one, that he can’t be a financial expert because he had personal financial difficulties, and that t
Matthew Papke joins Marc Victor and Mike Wasdin with special guest Ed Vanderlee on The Attorney For Freedom Show today.
Karen talks to Lew Rockwell about shrinking government in Detroit.
Peter Beinart recently published a very interesting article on the Daily Beast making an argument that, if correct, could have very significant implications for privacy and other civil liberties in coming decades.
It's an admitted fact that governments around the world hire armies of shills to troll comment sections of news websites and social media with pro-establishment propaganda in an attempt to sway public opinion.
It often seems like federal-level politicians care more about creating gridlock than solving the world's problems. So who's actually getting bold things done?
Venezuela's leftist government said Saturday it temporarily seized a major toilet paper factory hoping that it can end troublesome shortages of the staple personal care item.
Ecuador’s foreign ministry announced on Friday that the US has seemingly denied visas to a delegation that was set to travel to the UN General Assembly in New York to present their case regarding an ongoing dispute against Chevron-Texaco.
We homeschool and occasionally my kids get bored and ask me for something to do.
A Venezuelan state agency on Friday ordered the temporary takeover of a factory that produces toilet paper in what it called an effort to ensure consistent supplies after embarrassing shortages earlier this year.
President Calls House Vote on Budget “Personal Attack on Me” The House of Representatives' Friday vote to fund everything in government except Obamacare was labeled a “personal attack on me” by President Obama. “I think this is the first time in t
At a Port Authority board meeting on Wednesday, executive director Patrick Foye called the contract "a shameful episode," and board chairman David Samson said it appears "troubling." But neither could say with specificity who signed off on it.
Can a government agency block criticism by claiming copyright infringement?
An expose on the U.S. government's role in the slaughter of tens of thousands of Mexican Roman Catholics fighting for their freedom to simply practice their faith. For naive well-intentioned Catholics who believe that we should always trust the gover
A CIA employee who refused to sign a non-disclosure agreement barring him from discussing the Sept. 11, 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya, has been suspended as a result and forced to hire legal counsel, according to a top House lawmaker.
Aaron Alexis, the 34-year-old suspect in Monday's shooting rampage at the Washington Navy Yard, had "secret" clearance and was assigned to start working there as a civilian contractor with a military-issued ID card, his firm's chief executive
City of San Francisco and state of California begin formal suit against neighboring state.
President Barack Obama foolishly backed himself into a corner during the growing Syrian crisis by issuing fatwas about mythological red lines. When his bluff got called, the silver-tongued president was left twisting in the wind.
The recent uproar over armed EPA agents descending on a tiny Alaska mining town is shedding light on the fact that 40 federal agencies employ about 120,000 full-time officers authorized to carry guns and make arrests, according to
North and South Korea have reopened their joint factory zone in Kaesong, just north of their shared border.
Missouri legislators who appeared locked and loaded for a high-stakes fight with U.S. officials over gun-control policies backed away from a showdown at the last moment by sustaining a veto of a bill attempting to invalidate certain federal firearms
Right now, of course, it’s the war on Syria. Last month, it was something else. And next month, it’ll be something else.
A bill that would allow non-physicians to perform abortions in the first trimester of pregnancy is awaiting signature by Gov. Jerry Brown of California by Sep. 30.
Dem Says Abortion Clinic Regs “Too Stringent” Virginia's Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe issued a campaign promise to exempt existing abortion clinics from state health and safety standards. The promise came amid concerns that i
In what is another example of gross regulatory abuse, a squad of Alaska enviro-agents wearing POLICE-emblazoned body armor and dressed in paramilitary garb recently "raided" a small community for the purpose of - wait for it - checking the quality of
Chinese police have detained an outspoken and well-known venture capitalist for questioning, a fellow activist said on Friday, after he helped lead a campaign for the release of another activist, as the government tightens a crackdown on dissent.