RT— Not even a month after President Barack Obama signed his name to the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012, the US government is already using the legislation to justify its ongoing detainment of a prisoner at… Continue reading →
Lew Rockwell— It is almost impossible while living in America not to come into contact with some government-affected or government-controlled thing, be it a road, a building, a bureau, a bus, an airplane, a train, an auto, a bridge,… Continue reading →
Natural News— In the aftermath of the signing of the NDAA by the traitorous President Obama, some citizens remain completely hoodwinked by the language of the bill, running around the internet screaming that the law “does not apply to… Continue reading →
RT— The promise to scrap his predecessor’s hardliner war-on-terror policies, which helped Barack Obama win presidential election, is apparently off the table. The political reality is that the current administration is doing quite the opposite thing.
On the last day of 2011, Barack Obama, who swore an oath to uphold the constitution of the United States, destroyed said document in a swift stroke of the pen, signing in to law the treasonous National Defense Authorization Act… Continue reading →
The Canadian— It won’t be long before Canadian privacy laws regarding telecommunications come under attack again. These laws apply to technologies everyone relies on—from cell phones to the Internet. And as seen before, the federal government is likely to… Continue reading →
OpEd News— Sad, isn’t it, that just one day before Christmas, we have to stand out in the cold and worry about getting another big lump of coal from our politicians?! But unfortunately it’s expected that Obama will sign… Continue reading →
AlterNet— There is something truly disturbing about a society that seeks to control the behavior of schoolchildren through fear and violence, a tactic that harkens back to an era of paddle-bruised behinds and ruler-slapped wrists. Yet, some American school… Continue reading →
The current statistic is that two out of five Americans will be avoiding holiday travel via airplane this season all due to resistance to the intrusive, TSA pat-downs at airports across the nation. To counter this resistance, the TSA will… Continue reading →
Natural News— There was a time when ordinary citizens still had an expectation of the right to privacy, even in public, but as technology has improved over the past generation, so has the government’s ability to get around the… Continue reading →
RT— If you’re upset that congressional approval of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012 can send you away to military prisons and be tortured in America, don’t worry — it could be worse.
The Nation— A funny thing happens when one uses the term “police state” to describe behavior by authorities in response to the Occupy protests. Very Serious Company turns pale and insists that the United States is not turning into… Continue reading →
The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA)- which both the treasonous House and the Senate have cleared, and which Barack Obama has now signed in to law- allows the military to detain U.S. citizens indefinitely, holding them without a trial.
Gizmodo— It’s not the first crowd control tool to use sound waves, but Raytheon’s patentfor a new type of riot shield that produces low frequency sound waves to disrupt the respiratory tract and hinder breathing, sounds a little… Continue reading →
Infowars— Top tier presidential candidate Ron Paul has decried the ‘indefinite detention’ provision of the National Defense Authorization Act, warning that it represents an arrogant, bold and dangerous attempt to establish martial law in America.
Prison Planet— Human Rights Watch has labeled President Obama’s U-turn on his decision to veto the NDAA bill, which empowers the government to indefinitely detain Americans without trial, a “historic tragedy for rights,” but should we really be surprised… Continue reading →
The Excavtor— There is a state of siege in America. First of all, it is a mental siege, because of the widespread fear of questioning the official 9/11 story and other taboo subjects, but, increasingly, it is a military… Continue reading →