Khaleej Times | In the next two years robots will be used to bolster police forces patrolling malls and other public areas.
Truth Revolt | Protesters “mainly from out of town”
London Independent | Supporters of the couple are now raising money to pay the fine.
AP | President George W. Bush authorized the “President’s Surveillance Program” in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
Washington’s Blog | TPP may as well stand for “Tracking Porn Pics.”
ARS Technica | Spies failed to check properly what was being passed across to the US.
Battle Creek Enquirer | A fake rental truck with a fake dirty bomb inside triggered a practice military response Friday in Battle Creek.
Adan Salazar | “I didn’t do anything wrong, but they still got rid of me.”
NY Times | The Pentagon on Thursday took a major step designed to instill a measure of fear in potential cyberadversaries.
Ron Paul Institute | The manipulation of the conversation around vaccines in the mainstream media has been nothing short of a tour de force.
Daily Caller | Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton took a feminist tone on Thursday.
Zero Hedge | As regular readers are no doubt aware, there’s been no shortage of “caught on tape” police moments over the past several months.
EAG News | An Oregon elementary teacher claims a surprise active shooter drill at her school two years ago gave her post traumatic stress disorder.
Associated Press | Republican Sen. Rand Paul lashed out against the federal government’s sweeping surveillance programs.
New American | The California state assembly is considering a bill that would permit on-the-spot drug testing using “drug breathalyzers.”
Michael Krieger | More of that famous American justice for ya.
Breitbart | A whispering campaign by feminist agitators
Steven Crowder | Time to stop playing nice. conservatives.
Michael Krieger | Late last week, I published a post about Patriot Act reauthorization that turned out to be extremely popular.
Daily Caller | Bill Nye believes global warming is the greatest threat humanity faces.
Jon Rappoport | All families in Australia receive some form of government money. So the policy change affects everyone.
Adan Salazar | State moves to clamp down on driving under the influence of marijuana.
NY Daily News | Sim-style game conflates consensual sex with rape.
WSB TV | A family in Gwinnett County says they are devastated after police shot and killed their dog.
Victor Skinner | “Twice yearly compliance reviews.”
Mac Slavo | The attack on personal privacy continues.
Daisy Luther | Has anyone else noticed that most professors of ethics aren’t exactly…ummm….ethical?
London Telegraph | BBC World Service listeners heard ‘student Godfrey Elfwick’ denounce Star Wars as racist, homophobic, anti-feminist and featuring a ‘horny space slug’.
Bizpac Review | About 1,000 students thought they were attending an anti-bullying conference for gay and sexually questioning teens but were shocked by what some called “pornographic” content.
Michael Krieger | The American justice system is broken.
Washington Post | The Justice Department and FBI have formally acknowledged that nearly every examiner in an elite FBI forensic unit gave flawed testimony in almost all trials.
Michael Krieger | June 1, 2015 is a very important day for American civil liberties and the Constitution.
Mac Slavo | There’s been much speculation about the recent closures of Walmart stores around the country.
Washington Times | Maryland parents who left their two children unsupervised in park have pushed the issue of parental rights into the national spotlight.
Free Thought Project | The lawsuit details how this serial child rapist would repeatedly walk into classrooms and remove his victims one by one.
Zero Hedge | Enough to get her ticketed and fined $2000.
New American | “By agreement with all parties involved, there will be no further comment on the issue.”
London Telegraph | Despite their party’s environmental agenda, Green supporters prefer jetting off to distant shores, new research has suggested.
RT | A green light was given for the security apparatus to do anything in their reach to influence the vote
Prison Planet.com | Eddie Craig breaks down just what you need to say and do to stay out of jail when you’re pulled over by the police.
Michael Krieger | An internal DEA report showed the agency gave its agents a mere slap on the wrist for purchasing the services of Colombian prostitutes.
Sputnik News | The company can essentially be summarized as the US government’s attempt to create a digital Nostradamus.
Mac Slavo | The following shocking footage out of Arizona was captured on police dashcams and shows suspect Mario Valencia walking down the street carrying a firearm.
Washington’s Blog | Spy Agencies Are Intentionally Destroying Digital Security.
Victor Skinner | At Danville High School, birthday cupcakes and pizza may soon go the way of chalkboards and slide rulers.
Mac Slavo | This summer the U.S. government will begin an unprecedented joint military exercise.
Truth Revolt | “Because nothing good ever happens.”
Daily Caller | According to a Defense Department approved “sexism course,” the Bible, the U.S. Constitution and the Declaration of Independence all contribute to modern sexism.
Mac Slavo | Australia has upped the ante in the effort by governments around the world to push vaccinations on all children and intimidate parents into compliance.
Steve Watson | Arrested at his own police station by FBI, DEA and HPD.