Governments already dabbling with authoritarian control of the Internet could be spurred on by learning of NSA surveillance.
Picture a guy walking down the street. Every time this guy happens to spy a cop, he screams out, “Cops are liars! Cops are scum. I hate cops!” One might well question his sanity, as it’s rarely a good idea to go out of your way to antagonize
Many companies hope to send an employee into a government agency to influence regulation.
"The two greatest tools of our time have been turned into government surveillance tools. I'm talking about the mobile phone and the internet. George Orwell was an optimist." - Mikko Hypponen
Thomas Sowell Delivers a Smackdown: "Our Intellectual-In-Chief"
Here they go again. :(
"This is for the good of the nation," Maduro said. "Leave nothing on the shelves, nothing in the warehouses … Let nothing remain in stock!" Daka's store managers have been arrested and are being held by the country's security services.
Apparently, the UK's government makes better use of America's EV entrepreneurs than the US government.
Health Secretary's Big Announcement After titillating the media for the past few days with hints of a “big announcement,” Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius told an audience in Atlanta that her office was taking a “historic s
See the PDF of his letter sent to Holder nearly a month ago now
I’ve written several articles on this subject. As vaccine supporters, enthusiasts, liars, and poisoners keep showing up, I’m sure I’ll write several more.
“No legal issue arises when the United States responds to a challenge to its power, position, and prestige.” Dean Acheson , 1962, speaking to the American Society of International Law.
Guantánamo's military tribunals were not created to try crimes, but to hide them.
A U.S. foreign service officer pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday to accepting more than $3 million in bribes in a visa-processing scheme that allowed nearly 500 foreign nationals to enter the United States.
Bitcoin is about to get some time in the Capitol Hill spotlight.
"I have but one lamp by which my feet are guided, and that is the lamp of experience. I know of no way of judging of the future but by the past." — Patrick Henry, March 23, 1775
"National award-winning investigative journalist Peter Byrne reports that the husband of U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein of California has been selling post offices at bargain basement prices—often to his own business partners.
Monitoring began after antiwar.com editor passed along to the bureau a threat he received against his own website
Does the string of mass killings reflect the government’s all-time low approval ratings?
"The emphasis should be on liberty and freedom of choice..."
Last week’s column, “Is There a Way Out?”, generated quite a few responses, some a bit angry.
The Washington Post reported last Wednesday that the National Security Agency has been tapping into the private links that connect Google and Yahoo data centers around the world.
Don’t get a flu shot, warns conservative talk show host Michael Savage, because you just can’t trust the government.
On Thursday the Mexican Senate passed a measure that will implement new taxes on a number of items including junk food and soda.
Edward Snowden says he is willing to cooperate with investigations into NSA spying.
NSA Hacks Google. How could it affect you? Emails? Online searches? Think bigger…
Recent reports indicating that President Obama was aware of and personally approved an NSA program that involved spying on the personal communications of various international leaders...
Many libertarians and Austrian economists consistently preach that the battle we are engaged in is a battle of ideas.
If you want things to get better, then YOU will have to make them better. YOU will have to stand up and take the arrows, yourself. Liberty, at this stage of human development, requires risk and pain.
If you believe that there is high inflation in the United States, you are just imagining things.