Ernest Hancock interviews Rosa Koire, Executive Director of the Post Sustainability Institute) on Agenda 21 issues and how 'they' violate our private property rights by instituting laws at the local level
On September 24, I gave a keynote presentation at Purdue University about the NSA, Edward Snowden, and national security journalism in the age of surveillance. The organizers live-streamed my talk and promised to provide a link
Sometimes less is more (less good data is moar good for stocks) and in the case of Marc Faber's recent appearance on Bloomberg's "What'd You Miss", 66 seconds of honesty was all that the hosts could take.
Mercedes-Benz, Honda, Mazda and Mitsubishi's cars are shown to emit significantly more NOx pollution on the road than in regulatory tests
In the last 24 months, Canada, Cyprus, New Zealand, the US, the UK, and now Germany have all implemented legislation that would allow them to first FREEZE and then SEIZE bank assets during the next crisis.
Republican presidential candidate deepens row over gun control with controversial claim that firearms would have 'diminished' Hitler's plans
Richard Stallman (Founder of GNU Project and Free Software Foundation) talks about network security issues - Rosa Koire (Exec Dir of the Post Sustainability Institute) on Agenda 21 issues and how 'they' violate our private property rights by...
NSA patents are special: they never expire and they usually aren't revealed to the public. Unless someone else files an identical patent application, that is. In that case, the NSA's ownership is published by the Patent Office
This is a big deal, because it directly affects all the large American Internet companies. If this stands, expect much more pressure on the NSA to stop their indiscriminate spying on everyone.
For conscious shoppers at Whole Foods, it was a nightmare to learn that the company had US prison labor in its supply chain.
Revolution OS is a 2001 documentary film that traces the twenty-year history of GNU, Linux, open source, and the free software movement.
Most people get concerned about margin debt when it's shooting up. To Doug Ramsey, the problem now is that it's falling too fast.
Furthermore, scrutiny of such programs show they don't work. A recent analysis of the Joint Implementation (JI) program enacted under the Kyoto Protocol in Europe found that only 14 percent of the claimed greenhouse gas reduction offsets under the
Japanese cryptocurrency management service provider and SmartCoin operator Orb has raised US $2.3 million in seed funding from leading Japanese venture capital firms and angel investors including SBI investment.
.... This is the first practical break of the full SHA-1, reaching all 80 out of 80 steps, while only 10 days of computation on a 64 GPU cluster were necessary to perform the attack. ....
For the past several days*, the Bitcoin network has been plagued by a so-called "transaction malleability attack." Bitcoin users have experienced a number of annoyances, causing confusion and frustration.
Secretary of Defense Ash Carter, in comments mocking Russia's "unprofessional" military for the way it is conducting airstrikes against ISIS, predicted that Russia would face "reprisal" terror attacks on Russian soil because of their milita
One of the best sounding travel guitars we've tried is Yamaha's Silent Guitar, which offers a choice of modeled simulated tones or piezo-sourced sounds routed to headphones or an external amp.
In the past month, it was announced that liquid water was discovered on Mars, and now just a few weeks later it has been announced that traces of frozen water have been discovered on Pluto.
Wind power is now the cheapest electricity to produce in both Germany and the U.K., even without government subsidies, according to a new analysis by Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF). It's the first time that threshold has been crossed by a G7 eco
A lawsuit was filed this month, against the company that produces the popular "American Spirit" brand cigarettes, which are said to be organic and additive free. However, the lawsuit alleges that this is false advertising and that American Spirit
(Truthstream Media) | In Carroll Quigley's 1966 book "Tragedy & Hope," he discusses bluntly how our freedom will continuously dwindle throughout the remainder of the 20th century and beyond under a type of neofeudalism imposed by the burgeoning
WSJ's John Carney has a report out on a very important story. The plan of the Germans to audit and physically inspect all their gold.
ID checks were a common response to the terrorist attacks of 9/11, but they'll soon be obsolete. You won't have to show your ID, because you'll be identified automatically. A security camera will capture your face, and it'll be matched with
If the Defense Department, the CIA, and our largest corporations can be hacked, certainly 50 states and over 3,000 separate county systems are no match for individuals or nation states that might want to influence the outcome of elections.
- IMF warn of "fresh financial crisis" - German exports fall 5.2%, largest slump since recession of 2009 - German imports also fall 3.1%
At a private gathering held on Wednesday of more than a 100 law enforcement officials and politicians, FBI Director James Comey addressed the FBI's lack of data on shootings by local police.
Suspicions that the CIA covered up JFK's murder have finally been confirmed, according to an explosive Politico report out this week.
The next time you're thinking of throwing away a used boarding pass with a barcode on it, consider tossing the boarding pass into a document shredder instead. Barcodes and QR codes can hold a great deal of information,
VW was the only major automaker selling affordable diesel powered passenger vehicles in the United States. You could, for instance, buy a diesel-powered Jetta sedan, Golf or Beetle for about $22k. Not anymore.
Right now, there are active digital currency markets running 24/7 in at least 45 national currencies.1 That is, there are digital currency markets in one quarter of the 180 national currencies recognized as legal tender by the United Nations. 2
It is erroneous to believe that free traders have been historically in favor of free trade agreements between governments. Paradoxically, the opposite is true.
We have just observed the 14th anniversary of "Operation Enduring Freedom," otherwise known as the war in Afghanistan.
Dozens of banks signed amnesty agreements disclosing tactics, providing prosecutors with valuable information
The Syria crisis is escalating since Russia began bombing ISIS and al-Qaeda last week. The neocons in the US are demanding that Obama do something to stop the Russians. The US mission is to get rid of Assad and there is great danger of an over-reacti
Washington's impulsive use of power is a danger to America and to the world.
Meanwhile, far from the glitz and limelight, the Guarani Indigenous Peoples in Bolivia are suffering violent repression as they demonstrate against oil extraction on their land. Thousands of Shuar and Achuar Indigenous have taken to the streets of Ec
U.S. Congressman Jared Polis took time out from his busy campaign schedule recently to meet with representatives, including CEOs, from nine digital currencies companies including itBit and Blockchain.
Some scientists are saying that a record-setting area of cold water in the North Atlantic, revealed by recent National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) data, could be a sign that climate change is causing the ocean current to weaken.
Asked if he's concerned about Apple's self-driving car ambitions, Tesla CEO replied: 'Did you ever take a look at the Apple Watch?'
WTI Crude is back above $50 to its highest in almost 3 months following a 10%-plus gain on the week (the 2nd best since Jan 2009). This surge has sparked the biggest surge in European and US Oil & Gas stocks since 2008
Donald Trump alleged this weekend that "of course" the Middle East would be more stable if dictators like Saddam Hussein and Muammar Gaddafi were still around or if Bashar al-Assad could be restored in Syria.
Economists now see a 15 percent chance of a downturn in the next year
Slowing growth in emerging markets and slumping commodity prices are posing fresh challenges to the euro-area economy, which may need to be countered by adjustments to quantitative easing, European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said.
Big Brother isn't just watching you, he's also got a very high-tech rifle pointing at your head
Peter Schiff joins the Liberty Report to discuss market trends and the bursting bubbles in our future. Where to turn for a safe haven? Europe?
Hot off his surprise interview with the reclusive Matt Drudge, the excited radio host texts to say he thinks Clinton is 'too corrupt and evil' for the presidency--and Paul is his man.