Tess Pennington | By and large, the majority of the population have deluded themselves into believing a bright future is upon the horizon.
Paul Joseph Watson | Cops seek DHS grant to deal with ‘threat’ posed by The Rainbow Family.
Free Thought Project | A 21-year-old Army private was hospitalized with severe wounds after an incident involving three Norfolk Police officers.
Paul Joseph Watson | Biohackers say it’s time to prepare for governments & corporations implementing same technology.
London Independent | Reverend Stephen Sizer said he did not condone the article’s accusations.
RT | Canada’s main intelligence agency will reportedly get more powers.
The Daily Sheeple | In light of recent events, it’s become apparent that the public’s opinion of law enforcement is rapidly falling apart.
Michael Krieger | Eric Holder made a career out of protecting and coddling financial oligarchs (his 1999 memo essentially invented “Too Big to Jail”).
Daily Caller | Companies hired by TSA would plug “commercial data” into algorithms to determine whether travelers qualified as “low-risk.”
RT | An eight-year-old boy in the southern French city of Nice has been questioned by police following comments in which he expressed “solidarity” with the Charlie Hebdo gunmen.
Martin Armstrong | Ok – believe it or not, this really shows how the new younger generation of police are anti-society and just insanely pro-government beyond common sense.
Mac Slavo | Never mind the evidence that vaccines aren’t as effective as their makers have promised.
London Telegraph | New guidance will be issued to all police forces and prosecutors as part of a ‘toolkit’ to move rape investigations into the 21st century.
Prison Planet.com | Infowarriors wake up the masses with new video contest.
Dan Cannon | Democratic members of Congress apparently aren’t going to be satisfied until American citizens are completely and utterly defenseless.
London Telegraph | Last month David Cameron attacked “frankly ridiculous” members of the European Parliament for blocking EU authorities from tracking terrorist suspects.
Prison Planet.com | Lee Ann McAdoo talks to Dr. Stuart Russell about the threat posed by artificial intelligence.
RT | An Islamist group in Denmark has hit out at a local policy to de-radicalize Muslim youths.
Wall St Journal | DEA Uses License-Plate Readers to Build Database for Federal, Local Authorities.
London Independent | State hatches back-up plan in the event lethal injections are banned in the US.
Michael Krieger | Cell phones are tracking devices that make phone calls.
John W. Whitehead | Roughly 1500 kids are tied up or locked down every day by school officials in the United States.
Michael Krieger | The middle class has shrunk consistently over the past half-century.
London Guardian | Europe’s top rights body says scale of NSA spying is ‘stunning’ and suggests UK powers may be at odds with rights convention.
UK Daily Mail | The US military looks to enable drones to hunt in ‘coordinated packs’ with minimal human supervision.
CBS New York | A teenage boy from Bushwick, Brooklyn has learned the hard way that you can’t just post anything you want on Facebook.
Sputnik | WikiLeaks is demanding an explanation after Google provided the private data of journalists to the US government in an espionage case against WikiLeaks.
Jon Rappoport | Brain researchers believe they have the future of the world in their hands.
Carlos Miller | An Oklahoma cop wearing a body cam recorded himself shooting and killing a man who was running from him.
Washington’s Blog | State-owned oil companies that don’t slash expenses to align with revenues and boost critical investment in the infrastructure needed to maintain production will suffer financial extinction.
CNS News | For every black murder victim in 2011 there were 19 blacks killed by abortion.
RT | The increased use of encryption technologies will lead spy agencies to commit “ethically worse” behavior says the GCHQ head.
Chris Carrington | Only the seat belt attached to the chair stopped the man from falling out.
Prison Planet.com | Sleeping Illinois Cop Claims “It’s now illegal to record a police officer in public”.
Truth Revolt | “While free speech is one of democracy’s most important pillars, it has its limits.”
The Daily Sheeple | What would you do if you were entering a store and saw a person concealing a handgun under their coat in the parking lot?
Michael Krieger | The intentional erosion of public privacy is no accident.
Sputnik | New Jersey police have released a video of two police officers shooting and killing a black man as he tried to get out of a car with his hands up.
Truth Revolt | Not only did the other judges disagree, they convened a review committee that recommended Page be suspended and removed from his post.
St. Petersburg Tribune | Wrapped arm around inmate’s neck, pulled him from wheelchair and dumped him onto floor.
AFP | Argentinian argued that the global economic system is the primary cause of poverty, rather than overpopulation.
Prison Planet.com | As we predicted, cops now spy on you with x-ray technology.
Sputnik | Men held for years at Gitmo without charges.
Guns.com | Exec donates funds to Nevadans for Background Checks.
Fox News | Police declined to comment.
New York Daily News | Man said he was put into a chokehold and attacked by NYPD officers after he attempted to park his car near his home.
KTAR.com | “…a good, honest, decent person became another victim to the power and control of addiction,” police say.
New York Daily News | Authorities believe gun enthusiast had no idea police were raiding his house when he shot Chief Ross.
Korea Times | …And Facebook has ties to the CIA.
VOA News | “…a form of assertiveness of Indonesia’s government that we will never be in compromise with the perpetrators, dealers and drug syndicates,” attorney general said.