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The Hill | The Obama administration on Friday received court reauthorization for a controversial National Security Agency surveillance program.

Free Thought Project | When Joanna Jurgens’ schizophrenic son came to her after being severely beaten, including a broken arm, and told her “cops did it,” she didn’t believe him.

Free Thought Project | The bill was inspired by a recent outrage that was caused by the material in a sex education class.

CNS News | The other 30,000 employees are not deemed “essential” workers.

Free Thought Project | D.C. officials and federal lawmakers have sparred over whether Initiative 71, a ballot measure approved by 70 percent of voters in November, can legally take effect.

Weekly Standard | President Obama warned workers at the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement: implement executive amnesty, or else.

Free Thought Project | “I would act the same way that I did.”

Adan Salazar | Officers fired on youths between 10 and 17-years-old 37 times.

The Intercept | Canada’s electronic surveillance agency is covertly monitoring vast amounts of Canadians’ emails as part of a sweeping domestic cybersecurity operation, according to top-secret documents.

Nick Gillespie | A full-throated defense of classical liberal and libertarian theorizing.

RT | It has reportedly called on bloggers to create accounts to spread information useful to Kiev.

Michael Krieger | You just can’t make this stuff up. You really can’t.

Mac Slavo | The NSA, the feds and law enforcement aren’t the only ones monitoring cell phone data and mobile devices.

Sputnik | Technology giant Apple has patented technology that makes it possible to track the phone’s location even after the gadget has been shutdown.

Digital Journal | The Department of Homeland Security might be shutting down soon but that won’t stop the department from reigning its tyranny on the American people.

Michael Krieger | Toymaker Mattel has unveiled a high-tech Barbie that will listen to your child.

Mac Slavo | Threat advisories have been circulated about a possible terror attack on the Mall of America in Minnesota.

Free Thought Project | A shocking video uploaded to YouTube on Sunday shows an elderly gentleman with his hands up, posing no risk or threat to the officers, get tased in front of horrified witnesses.

Washington Post | The case is emblematic of the growing, but hidden, use by local law enforcement of a sophisticated surveillance technology borrowed from the national security world.

Steve Watson | Officers Wearing Body Cams Turned Away To Hide Evidence.

Bizpac Review | The Democratic Party is learning that if it wants to win elections, capturing the majority might be important.

National Journal | The fugitive leaker’s globetrotting escapades are now officially part of Hollywood lore.

CNS News | The DHS report – which has not been publicly released – was leaked to CNN.

Filming Cops | New figures have been released by WBAY showing that Seattle isn’t the only place where law enforcement jobs are undesired.

Michael Dorstewitz | Thomas “asked the victims what religion they were” before he reportedly stabbing them.

Free Thought Project | A bill introduced in Montana, HB 330, which would attempt to reign in the growing militarization of law enforcement is making its way through the House.

RT | Tens of thousands of dollars have been raised online for the family of Eric Garner.

Bizpac Review | Top officials deliberately kept the National Guard from protecting property during the November looting.

RT | The US and Britain broke into the network of the world’s largest SIM card maker to compromise global communications.

Mikael Thalen | Female student has innocent male banned from majority of campus.

Steve Watson | Mother of two complied with police, but they shot her anyway.

Recode.net | Billionaire investor and ABC “Shark Tank” star Mark Cuban unloaded on the Federal Communications Commission’s plan to fundamentally change how it oversees the open Internet.

Free Thought Project | A cell phone video captured the brutal beating of a high school student by a Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Deputy.

Michael Krieger | A 90-year old’s home was destroyed by police conducting a raid but it appears they got the wrong house.

Michael Krieger | Hong Kong’s unpopular chief executive has infuriated pro-democracy campaigners by using a Chinese New Year message to urge the former colony’s citizens to act more “like sheep”.

Free Thought Project | What if you got a formal letter notifying you that the police had been snooping around your property?

Breitbart | “There’s not much within the four corners of the document that hint at anything regarding content.”

Free Thought Project | As of February 15, only a month and a half into 2015, there has been at least 136 individuals killed by police in the United States.

London Guardian | Court case to address alleged cover-up of British state involvement at the Kincora children’s home in Northern Ireland.

AP | An American state has voted in favour of resuming executions by firing squad.

Free Thought Project | “It’s no secret that if you go against the code of silence, and you report corruption, it will ruin your career.”

The Daily Sheeple | During the waning days of the Occupy movement, a FOIA request was submitted by the Partnership for Civil Justice Fund in 2013, in regards to the Houston chapter of the movement.

Mac Slavo | The so-called “dark web” is where the visible Internet – easily accessible by public search engines and web crawlers – ends, and, everything else begins.

Tech Dirt | The most half-baked “weapon” in any policeman’s arsenal should never be raised to the level of a felony.

Filming Cops | A 4-yr-old boy will have to live the rest of his life with only one leg, after a police attack dog was allowed to get loose and maul his body.

London Independent | Chris Green is the first reporter to be allowed into the Dublin office where staff must decide where freedom of speech begins and ends.

Courthouse News | An Illinois school told a parent that her 4-year-old was missing when really the child’s teacher had locked her in a dark locker, a new lawsuit alleges.

Business Insider | Apple is finally enforcing its editorial rules for games.

Michael Krieger | There are 2.3 million Americans in prison or jail.

Free Thought Project | St. Peters, O’Fallon, Lake St. Louis, and a councilman from O’Fallon have filed a lawsuit against their OWN CITIZENS.

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