Libelous book about MP among stuff pulled offline
AS IF G-men would tell us about state-sponsored badness, scoff AV firms
While many pharmaceutical medications are disruptive to the overall functioning of the body, numerous herbs actually support the natural healing powers of our own bodies. Herbs can be so effective at healing that we are still using them even after th
NSA Propoganda Memo for families of NSA workers.
When politicians steal, and there are no consequences, they’re going to keep stealing.
Has the National Security Administration (NSA) been changing the amounts held in the financial accounts of people it targets?
Market disruptions often occur — or not — as the direct result of unintended collisions between breakthrough technologies and their more incremental regulators
Cairo-based IPS News journalist Adam Morrow discusses the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood’s turn from democratically elected government to outlawed terrorist group in six months time; the bigger Egyptian protests despite harsher and deadlier crackdowns b
By the end of 2013, a great number of documents revealed the once-secret history of the National Security Agency’s telephone-metadata program, which, since 2001, has collected the phone records of virtually all Americans.
The fifth anniversary of Zero Hedge is just around the corner, and so, for the fifth year in a row we continue our tradition of summarizing what you, our readers, found to be the most relevant, exciting, and actionable news of the year, determined ob
Boston approves ban on smoking in city-run parks
Jesse Heaslip is co-chief executive for Bex.io, a privately held company providing a platform that allows you to own your own bitcoin exchange. Jesse leads business development, design and marketing and the company just completed a successful financi
2014 is upon us. For a person who graduated from Georgia Tech in 1961, a year in which the class ring showed the same date right side up or upside down, the 21st century was a science fiction concept associated with Stanley Kubrick’s 1968 film, “2001
In spite of the obvious signs to the contrary, many of my Christian brothers and sisters continue to look upon the state as a savior of sorts.
Fast-food workers across the county have recently held a number of high profile protests to agitate for higher wages.
As 2013 draws to a close, let’s pause to recall some important developments for the cause of liberty – some of which you already know well, and others you’ll be hearing about for the first time.
The early December discovery of 30 child skeletons in a mass grave on the grounds of a United Church residential school for native children in Port Alberni, B.C. has garnered no mass media excitement. The unmarked graves should have been no surpr
As of the start of the coming year, both 60 and 40 watt light bulbs of the incandescent variety will join 75 and 100 watt bulbs in being outlawed by an illegal and record-breakingly stupid government edict.
US District Judge Stanwood Duval Jr. dismissed the cases. This comes a year after a federal appeals court overturned his ruling that held the US Army Corps of Engineers liable for flooding caused by lax maintenance of a shipping channel.
Requiring calorie information to be displayed on roughly 5 million vending machines nationwide will help consumers make healthier choices, says the Food and Drug Administration, which is expected to release final rules early next year.
President Says “Right of Conscience” Not Valid for Military Personnel “I am the Commander-in-Chief,” Obama explained. “It is every soldier's duty to carry out my orders without hesitation or mental reservation. No religious dogma can be permitted
Ron Paul: The Failure Of Government Is All Around Us (Video)
On December 3, 2013, Ohio state senator Capri Cafaro (D) introduced a bill that would require Ohio parents to be investigated by social services before being allowed to homeschool their children. It was called "Teddy's Law" ...
Detroit Ruins Draw Tourists to City Detroit's decline into bankruptcy and decay seems to have boosted its desirability as a sight for tourists to visit. Howard Carter, a recent visitor to the City's ruins, was quite enthusiastic, “It's like seeing
Merry Christmas Mr Snowden.
Here in America people are beginning to visualize what it will be like to overcome the mass political oppression we are now all under at the hands of a small group of global control freak elites who also control the money.
But the bedridden veterans at the VA hospital will never get to see Gracie’s card. Nor will they see the cards made by 51 other students. That’s because the Christmas cards violated VA policy.
Editor’s Note: What you are about to read comes from Dave Hodges of The Commons Sense Show and deals with a topic that most Americans, even those of us who are aware of the possibilities, would prefer to not even think about.
Pope Francis’ call for a truce notwithstanding, the culture war rages on in America.
Alan Turing, a British code-breaker during World War II who was later subjected to chemical castration for homosexual activity, has received a royal pardon nearly 60 years after he committed suicide.