In yet another stunning victory for the alternative media (InfoWars, Drudge Report, Natural News, WND, etc.), the story of the U.S. government stockpiling huge quantities of ammunition (1.6 billion rounds and counting) has finally .....
Last week, an undercover TSA inspector managed to quite easily sneak a mock explosive device through airport security and onto an airplane.
A federal appeals court said the Border Patrol cannot confiscate or download every laptop or electronic device brought into the U.S., ruling people have an expectation their data are private and the government must have “reasonable suspicion”
An undercover TSA inspector with an improvised explosive device stuffed in his pants got past two security screenings at Newark Airport — including a pat-down — and was cleared to get on board a commercial flight, sources told The Post yesterday.
Some times your enemies enemy can be your friend. And I know it's from that despicable HuffPost but I haven't seen this elsewhere.
Amidst concerns that the agency is engaged in a domestic arms race against the American people, the Department of Homeland Security has signed a new $4.5 million dollar contract with weapons manufacturer Heckler & Koch.
This is getting a little creepy.
The Department of Homeland Security has acquired over 2,700 military-style, mine-resistant ambush protected vehicles for use inside the U.S., according to reports from RT.
Homeland Security's specifications say drones must be able to detect whether a civilian is armed. Also specified: "signals interception" and "direction finding" for electronic surveillance.
The Department of Homeland Security has customized its Predator drones to carry out at-home surveillance tasks that have civil libertarians worried: identifying civilians carrying guns and tracking their cell phones, government documents show.
DHS could execute communications shutdown for entire cities
Controversy surrounding arms build-up grows
Imagine a labyrinthine government department so bloated that few have any clear idea of just what its countless pieces do. Imagine that tens of billions of tax dollars are disappearing into it annually, black hole-style, since it can’t pass a congre
Alex & Paul Joseph Watson talk about DHS-funded drones targeting gun owners.
I live a fairly simple life and that didn’t change much after I sold TechCrunch in 2010. I didn’t buy a new house or even a new car. The one thing I did splurge on was a boat.
MAJOR DHS INSIDER TELLS OF COMING FALSE FLAG AND GUN EVENTS PLANNED BY THE GOVERNMENT.
“Offensive” cut-outs depicting pregnant women, gun owners in residential settings removed from website
The following information was provided to me by my DHS contact on two different occasions. Information from my first contact was previously published in two parts. I was asked to withhold the final portion of the information that was provided to me a
By Douglas J. Hagmann Introduction 23 December 2012: After a lengthy, self-imposed informational black-out, my high-level DHS contact known as “Rosebud” emerged with new, non-public information about plans being discussed and prepared for imp
A family’s run-in with Transportation Security Administration screeners at Missouri's Lambert-St. Louis International Airport as they were heading to Orlando on vacation was caught on camera, and is raising questions about airport security rules.
A travel writer was kicked off a United Airlines flight last week for taking a picture of the video monitor in front of him, forcing him to dish out an additional $225 to find another cross Atlantic flight from Newark to Istanbul.
I really didn't want to cover this subject, but a warning has to be issued to Natural News readers.
Specifically BECAUSE she is in a wheelchair. At one point she is crying "I don't want to go to Disney World!" The moral of this video is that you can and SHOULD stand up to the TSA goons.
In the above video recorded earlier this month at an airport that I didn’t see mentioned, a mother begins recording as TSA screeners attempt to frisk her daughter who is in a wheelchair.
The Department of Homeland Security is advancing its plan to use surveillance drones for “public safety” applications, announcing last week that it had received a deluge of “excellent” responses from potential vendors and was set to carry out more t
Online rumors about a big government munitions purchase are true, sort of.
We are all aware of and concerned about the steady erosion of our civil rights at the hands of ever overreaching Federal government.
TSA Breaks World Renowned Cellist's $20,000 Bow - VIDEO One of the world’s top cellists had his rare and precious bow damaged after Transportation Security Administration workers at the airport in Chicago brutally and carelessly probed his cello.
It's been 10 years since the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) started up operations.
The U.S. government’s plan to spend millions on advanced new ground sensors at the Mexican border has been delayed, Danger Room has learned, as the sensors have bandwidth and frequency problems the feds haven’t resolved.