Internment camps for political dissidents in the U.S. aren’t a conspiracy theory. The...Read More
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In late December, the lot was just a big blank: a few burgundy metal shipping containers sitting in an expanse of crushed eggshell-colored gravel inside a razor-wire-topped fence. The American military in...Read More
Domestic Drone Surveillance Program Poised to Pass with Overwhelming Support of “Conservative Congress”
Congress is poised to give final passage to legislation that would give a big boost to domestic unmanned aerial surveillance — aka “drones.”Read More
(Reuters) – Anti-government extremists opposed to taxes and regulations pose a growing threat to local law enforcement officers in the United States, the FBI warned on Monday.
These extremists, sometimes known as “sovereign citizens,” believe they can live outside any type of government authority, FBI agents said at a news conference.Read More
The Pesticide Action Network explores the side of the story Gates left out last week. If you assume that Bill Gates is so well informed about all his philanthropic targets that you take his word at face value, you would be in...Read More
The owner of a Honda Civic hybrid won an unusual Small Claims Court lawsuit Wednesday against the auto giant that some legal experts believe could change strategies for both Small Claims Court and class-action litigation. A Los...Read More
Spots, Steers and Nails Its Target By Katie Drummond | Danger Room | Wired.com The U.S. military has been after self-guided bullets for years. Now, government researchers have finally made it happen: a bullet that can navigate...Read More
Why were they drawn to Beeologics? Was it because the competition (Syngenta and Bayer Crop Science) had also expressed interest? Or was it because they’d identified some low-hanging fruit to add to their portfolio of proprietary life forms? Perhaps Monsanto, which boasts a revenue of more than $10.5 billion per year, plans on buying anything and everything to do with gene manipulation?Read More
The elder Paul, who is hot on the trail of the leading Republican candidates for president, summed up both the TSA and the incident in general. “The police state in this country is growing out of control,” he said.
The first tells of a $1.6 million federal government allocation to restore more than a dozen anti-American, Chicano murals in San Diego.Read More
Young told the City Council in October that he had a problem with the city’s membership in ICLEI and said the organization had a tie to the United Nations. “This is not a good group of people to be involved with,” he said.Read More