Police officers across the United States are testing the boundaries of the Fourth Amendment, routinely conducting warrantless searches of arrestees’ cell phones. Despite public outcry against it, many State courts are upholding the practice.
The Indiana Supreme Court ruled Thursday that Indiana citizens have no right to resist unlawful police entry into their homes.
On Monday, United States Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner told Congress that he will begin suspending investments in government retirement funds in order to free up borrowing capacity.
Recently, there has been a lot of public outcry against police officers using social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter to spy on supposed criminals. Now, it looks like the criminals are giving the police a taste of their own medicine. According to a Foxnews.com article, police officials are worried that social networking is putting officers at risk.
On May 9, Representative Howard P. “Buck” McKeon (R-Calif.), the chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, released his version of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012. The bill, which is updated annually, specifies the budget and expenditures for the U.S. Department of Defense.
Tennessee lawmakers have introduced a bill that is intended to protect the safety and privacy of residents who call 911.
A new survey has revealed that more Americans are concerned about a breach of online privacy than issues regarding the economy. The research, which was conducted by Opera Software, found that 25 percent of respondents said that they worry about privacy violations on the Internet.
Governments in Europe have their eyes on the private pension funds of their citizens. And some in and around the administration of President Barack Obama have expressed their desire to get their hands on the retirement funds of Americans. But you can protect your assets by putting your money offshore in an offshore insurance account…
Since the Transportation Security Administration began its Barney Frank Anti-Terrorist Fondling operation, a whole lot of people who heretofore had appeared to be immune to the Tea Party virus have begun to awaken from their Oprah slumber. Read this article to learn more about the Oprah slumber and its effect on Americans…
Julian Assange is public enemy No. 1… and possibly Time‘s Person of the Year. The founder of the WikiLeaks website, which specializes in releasing the information Global Governance doesn’t want you to know, is either a traitor, a spy, a terrorist or a hero, depending on who is talking. Read on to find out how Assange’s efforts help defend freedom…