News Channel 5 | NewsChannel 5 has uncovered a brand new “policing for profit” case.
London Times | THE data of 27m mobile phone users has been offered for sale to the Metropolitan police.
Adan Salazar | British tabloid conducts cheeky “investigation,” gets away with committing potential act of terror.
RT | UK spy technology was used against British citizen in Bahrain.
RT | Israel has given the green light for the construction of a further 300 homes in a West Bank settlement.
Mac Slavo | Judge Alex Kozinski argued with the very reasoning our founding fathers used to include the right to bear arms in the U.S. Constitution to begin with.
Alternet.org | “You want to film something b**ch? Film this!”
Anthony Gucciardi | One of the mock posters found in the NYC subway warning of a future terror drill based on a real previous test.
Kurt Nimmo | Orchestrated effort to portray Americans opposed to interning children in public reeducation facilities as terrorists.
KOMO News | Police train to battle “angry parents” engaged in an armed siege against a school.
CNET | Apple receives so many police demands to decrypt seized iPhones that it has created a “waiting list.”
BioMetric Update | Employers would have to cross-reference new hires in the database to ensure they really are who they claim to be.
Fox News | Brennan made headlines last year when photos showing him standing near a metal detector without any clothes on went viral.
Kurt Nimmo | Outraged New Yorkers, government bring wrath of the law down on father.
London Telegraph | The Home Office is testing a new form of chemical gun.
Prison Planet.com | A video that has gone viral since it appeared on Youtube features 12-year-old Jeremy Drew, a Las Vegas resident, calling out a cop for parking on the sidewalk.
CBS New York | A Queens man was arrested Wednesday for allegedly firing a lifelike weapon and handing it over to his toddler-age son.
Natural News | Blurring an already blurry line.
RT | The controversial bill dubbed as “a snooper’s charter’, which would allow the government to track everyone’s email, Internet and cell phone texts usage, might have new life, today’s Queens’s speech revealed.
New American | “Officials said that Russell called her husband when she saw his photograph on television — following the FBI’s release of the pictures of the suspects….”
Mike Adams | A new law proposed by the European Commission would make it illegal to “grow, reproduce or trade” any vegetable seeds that have not been “tested, approved and accepted” by a new EU bureaucracy named the “EU Plant Variety Agency.”
Mike Adams | Keep it peaceful.
UPI | A Suffolk, Va., second-grader was suspended for pointing a pencil at a fellow student and making gun-like noises, a school spokeswoman said.
Zero Hedge | Reuters reports that while gun-related homicides are down 39% from the 1993 peak, only 12% of people believe that gun crimes have fallen.
Anthony Gucciardi | In a major move against all forms of federal gun control, the Texas State House has placed its stamp of approval on a new bill which blocks federal gun control legislation from affecting the state itself.
RT | An epidemic of cell phone swiping has prompted calls for a ‘kill switch’ that would render mobile devices inoperable if they end up in the wrong hands.
Natural News | A medical clinic in America’s heartland that utilizes natural rather than toxic methods to treat cancer patients is under attack.
New American | Though President Obama renewed his pledge to close the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay last week, many recognize this as his latest attempt to pretend to have a different foreign policy from his predecessor.
American Dream | Big Brother is watching everything that you do on the Internet and listening to everything that you say on your phone.
UK Daily Mail | Google has warned its Glass wearable computer could result in eye strain and headaches – and has banned children from wearing the gadget amid fears it could damage their eyesight.
London Guardian | For more than 30 years, China has upheld a strict one-child policy. And despite the country’s growing prosperity, novelist Ma Jian discovered that ruthless squads still brutally enforce the law with vast fines – and compulsory sterilisations and abortions.
Natural News | With President Obama’s recent signing of the Monsanto Protection Act, food safety advocates are up in arms.
Jon Rappoport | There are several reasons why the medical cartel is too big to fail: the enormous amount of money at stake; its aim to control populations.
J. D. Heyes | In these post-constitutional days it’s not just the government that is out to violate your rights.
Prison Planet.com | Alex welcomes radio host Lionel of lionelmedia.com to talk about the DHS’ ammo buy splurge slated for review by the Government Accountability Office.
Prison Planet.com | A recent YouTube video captured an overzealous security guard accusing a 24-year-old man of drinking alcohol in the parking lot of a liquor store, and then subsequently arresting him.
nationalreview.com | MSNBC’s Thomas Roberts used a portion of Joe Biden’s speech at the dedication of a plaque recognizing the Americans lost in the Benghazi attack in order to make the case for gun control.
Business Insider | A new report presents overwhelming evidence that sophisticated spying software is being abused by governments around the world.
London Telegraph | Fridges, washing machines and other electrical goods could be switched off automatically in British homes without the owners’ consent under EU proposals to help power stations meet demand for electricity.
GlobalPost | Killer robots that can attack targets without any human input “should not have the power of life and death over human beings,” a new draft U.N. report says.
Natural News | Whenever he can, President Obama likes to poke fun at anyone who suggests that he’s a closet socialist because that’s what socialists do – they ridicule anyone who tries to “out” them.
Reuters | The number of names on a highly classified U.S. central database used to track suspected terrorists has jumped to 875,000 from 540,000 only five years ago, a U.S. official familiar with the matter said.
Prison Planet.com | A new $1 million dollar program led by Palm Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw aimed at “violence prevention” is encouraging Floridians to report their neighbors for making hateful comments about the government.
Liberty Blitzkrieg blog | It is just incredible how quick NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg is to throw a temper tantrum whenever anyone dares question his crusade to rid the nation of its remaining civil liberties.
Daily Caller | Should the FBI be allowed to spy on you through your webcam?
Prison Planet.com | A new government funded mobile app is designed to track and report the location of “vaccine refusers”.
Mike Adams | Deceptively marketed and labeled.
Lew Rockwell Blog | Posner’s crude utilitarianism often leads him to bizarre, almost sophomoric, conclusions.
Washington Examiner | Darrell Issa, R-Calif., accused President Obama of “aid[ing] those in his Administration who are intimidating” potential Benghazi whistle-blowers.
CNS News | While the local media in Philadelphia have covered the trial extensively, the national media have largely ignored it, prompting criticism from some news analysts and media watchdog groups.