Despite Federal court rulings to the contrary, local LEOs (legally entitled to oppress) continue to assault and falsely arrest people who attempt to record their interactions with police. It happened again Saturday in San Diego.
The Department of Homeland Security is becoming exceedingly fearful of Christians who believe the Bible is God’s word, Christian “fundamentalists” (whatever those are), Americans who believe the country was founded on Godly principles and those who believe the Constitution stands as the law of the land.
A British 9/11 truther is claiming victory following a court ruling that said he did not have to pay a fine over his refusal to pay his annual £130 TV license fee. Tony Rooke claimed the BBC intentionally misrepresented facts about the 9/11 attacks.
The New York Police Department’s (probably unConstitutional and definitely abusive) stop-and-frisk policy is used to instill fear in black and Hispanic youths.
Tim Russert spent decades building NBC News’ “Meet the Press” into the benchmark of Sunday morning appointment television. But his replacement, David Gregory, has fallen into the same pit of partisanship that has turned the rest of NBC’s news apparatus into a weird little carnival of mealymouthed mendacity.
The Department of Homeland Security has decided to give “trusted traveler” status to Saudi Arabian travelers. That’s right, the country that we’re told produced 15 of the 19 9/11 hijackers can have its citizens coming to the United States pass fast-tracked through customs without hassle.
Two Colorado sheriffs have joined the growing ranks of sheriffs across the country who say they won’t enforce any new gun control measures — whether State or local — that infringe on the 2nd Amendment.
When is a guarantee no guarantee? When you are doing business with liars and thieves — i.e., the government and banksters. Cypriots learned this the hard way over the weekend when the EU elites froze their bank accounts and announced plans to plunder savers’ accounts by up to 13 percent.
Hackers are using software called remote administration tools (RATs) to infect computers, steal intimate photos, watch people through their webcams and listen to conversations. These hackers are called ratters, and they share their techniques and the photos and information they steal from computers with other ratters in online forums.
Once an almost painfully hip music and arts festival, South By SouthWest (SXSW) has morphed into another faux-hipster snotfest at which corporate-backed liberal icons indoctrinate smug twerps who might as well sport nametags that read “Hello, My Name Is: Low Information Voter.”