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Americans to be screened with pre-crime interrogations and physiological scans

Monday, May, 30 at 1:28 pm,

Chilling technology straight out of Minority Report that would subject Americans to pre-crime interrogations and physiological scans to detect “malintent” at sports stadiums, malls, airports and other public places has moved closer to being implemented after Homeland Security’s FAST program passed its first round of testing.

Bilderberg To Meet In Switzerland

Tuesday, Mar, 22 at 10:58 am,

James P. Tucker Jr. | Bilderberg will be gathering in St. Moritz, southeastern Switzerland, June 9-12.

How Washington Ruined Your Washing Machine

Thursday, Mar, 17 at 10:55 am,

SAM KAZMAN – The top-loading washer continues to disappear, thanks to the usual nanny state suspects. It might not have been the most stylish, but for decades the top-loading laundry machine was the most affordable and dependable. Now it’s ruined—and Americans have politics to thank.

The daffodil police:

Wednesday, Mar, 16 at 3:25 am,

Two officers swooped at the weekend, having spied for 20 minutes on three ‘suspects’ – sisters Sienna, four, and India, ten, and their stepsister Olivia, six. The girls had been on a Sunday walk in the park with their parents when they stopped to pick the flowers, but they were spotted by a passing councillor, a member of whose family called the police.

Lessons from Anonymous on cyberwar

Sunday, Mar, 13 at 11:11 am,

“Cyberwar” is a heavily loaded term, which conjures up Hollywood inspired images of hackers causing oil refineries to explode.

Deputies seek protection after threatening family

Sunday, Feb, 27 at 10:43 am,

Claim 'immunity' for telling parents their children would be confiscated. Several Maricopa County, Ariz., deputies are seeking protection from the courts after threatening to take children away from their parents because the homeschooling family was unwilling to allow social workers inside their home for an inspection based on an unsubstantiated anonymous rumor.

Honduras seeks to stop smoking — even at home

Wednesday, Feb, 23 at 2:08 pm,

TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras – Lighting up a cigarette at home could bring a visit from Honduran police if a family member or even a visitor complains about secondhand smoke.

Has Obama ordered violence on veterans?

Monday, Feb, 21 at 10:46 am,

Captain Eric H. May – Here's how government goons handled 71-year-old Ray last week: Ex-CIA Analyst Ray McGovern Beaten, Arrested for Silent Protest at Clinton Speech, http://www.democracynow.org/2011/2/18/ex_cia_analyst_ray_mcgovern_beaten

Was Judge John Roll the actual target of the Giffords shooting?

Tuesday, Feb, 15 at 10:26 am,

Ethan A. Huff | Judge Roll was considered by some to be one of the most constitutionally-centered judges in history. While most of the country has been focused on the tragic shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-AZ), the murder of Judge John McCarthy Roll, a federal judge for the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona, remains largely and strangely missing from most of the mainstream press coverage of this event.

House Clears Path For Extension Of Government Spying On American Citizens

Saturday, Feb, 12 at 11:11 am,

Steve Watson | PATRIOT Act renewal clears House vote, will be passed next week. Two days after proposals to extend provisions of the draconian PATRIOT Act failed to attract a super majority in a fast track vote, another vote in the House of representatives has cleared the way for the smooth passage of the legislation.

Normalizing the Surveillance Society

Tuesday, Feb, 08 at 11:44 am,

Beverly K. Eakman – The District of Columbia, like other metropolitan areas, has been using traffic cameras to catch motorists who speed or run red lights. It has even deployed surveillance cameras in neighborhoods. Moreover, if security officials have their way, both the number of cameras and the uses to which those cameras are put in the nation's capital will be ramped up.

DHS Seizes Websites for Merely LINKING to Copyrighted Material

Tuesday, Feb, 08 at 10:51 am,

Eric Blair | We better wake up and share these stories with everyone we know, because tyranny is fast approaching. Apparently the Department of Homeland Security is now authorized to rewrite and enforce copyright infringement laws. In a stunning precedent, the recent round of domain seizures to shut down websites that allowed illegal streaming of the Super Bowl, also included a few other websites that were seized simply for linking to infringing content.

Why Police "Don't Get No Respect"

Friday, Feb, 04 at 11:33 am,

Beverly K. Eakman – The shooting rampage in Detroit last week has spurred a re-thinking of so-called “community policing” — a method of making law enforcement appear accessible, friendly, and open to neighborhood folk. Such was par for the course in the 1950s, but then was abandoned in the volatile 1960s, when leftist radicals started inciting students and minorities to attack authority figures.

The Illuminati, Part 7

Monday, Jan, 24 at 10:52 am,

Dennis Cuddy – The values taught in public schools today also flow from Weishaupt’s principle of “do what thou wilt.” German historian Reinhart Koselleck put Weishaupt “in a row with [Comte Henri de] Saint-Simon and [Karl] Marx” from 1818 to 1824, Saint Simon’s secretary was August Comte, who from 1851 to 1857 wrote a 4-volume set titled System of Positive Polity explaining his “Positive Philosophy” in which collective humanity…….

Abuse Industry Paves the Royal Road to the Welfare State

Saturday, Jan, 08 at 12:46 pm,

Carey Roberts – Big government is quietly co-opting domestic violence. In a little-publicized move, outgoing California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger recently approved a bill that creates a new multi-million dollar entitlement. Signed into law during the waning months of his second term, Senate Bill 782 bans landlords from kicking out scofflaw tenants who are victims of domestic violence.

'We no longer have republic subservient to Constitution'

Thursday, Dec, 30 at 10:38 am,

'We no longer have republic subservient to Constitution' A retired military officer who pursued all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court a legal challenge to Barack Obama's occupancy of the Oval Office says the conviction and sentencing of an active duty officer who raised similar questions signals the end of the "rule of law" in the United States.

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