Washington Post | That solicitation had prompted a backlash from privacy advocates.
London Independent | The actor spouted extreme views about Muslims to gauge reaction of public.
Adan Salazar | Town’s heavy-handed crack down sets party organizer back $15k.
Prison Planet.com | Officer proceeds to harass musician even after reading city code permitting activity out loud to everyone on scene.
The Anti Media | That much force simply cannot be trusted in a police force that obeys laws originating from a centralized power, the US Government.
Daily Dot | Verizon is getting into the news business. What could go wrong?
Fox News | The handout explains that George Washington hailed from Virginia, a “prime breeder of black people.”
Michael Krieger | The Patriot Act continues to wreak its havoc on civil liberties.
Michael Krieger | The cops are likely to barely receive any punishment at all.
Prison Planet.com | A man suspected of killing two deputies during a shooting rampage in Northern California was deported twice to Mexico and had a drug conviction, federal authorities said Saturday
Michael Krieger | Saudi Arabia’s fear of the viral free-speech platform Twitter has been well documented as of late.
The Daily Sheeple | If you’ve ever had the rare opportunity of having the police draw their guns on you for no apparent reason, you know how absolutely terrifying it can be.
abc7.com | An American Airlines flight from Los Angeles International Airport to London was delayed Sunday after concerns over the name of a WiFi hotspot.
CNS News | Dr. Anthony Fauci says he doesn’t want to criticize the decision by four governors to quarantine health care workers returning from Ebola-stricken countries in West Africa.
RT | All adult websites falling under UK jurisdiction, including those selling guns, will be expected to verify if visitors are over 18.
NY Times | In the decades after World War II, the C.I.A. and other United States agencies employed at least a thousand Nazis as Cold War spies and informants.
NY Post | CBS suddenly lost interest in airing her reporting on the Benghazi attacks.
Washington Examiner | Democrats want to regulate online political sites and even news media like the Drudge Report.
The Hill | The White House says it would be more concerned over Darrell Issa’s criticism of the federal Ebola response if the California lawmaker could correctly pronounce the virus’s name.
Bizpac Review | The sources also say there is physical evidence that shows Brown to be the aggressor.
AP | “Ebola is a dangerous disease, but there is hardly a reason for panic.”
Prison Planet.com | Dan Dicks reports live from outside Parliament in Ottawa.
Truth Revolt | Beauty not brains.
Prison Planet.com | The second attack this week inside Canada raises serious questions about the real threat of terrorism in this once quiet country.
Truth Revolt | An Ohio man is being charged with a felony after he made an incredibly idiotic joke about his ex-wife possibly having Ebola.
Michael Krieger | The BBC is using laws designed to catch terrorists and organized crime networks to track down people who dodge the license fee.
Michael Krieger | “Nearly one out of every three American adults are on file in the FBI’s master criminal database.”
Truth Revolt | “We ask the applicant to log on to Facebook in front of us. Pages they’ve looked at, friends – anything that reflects on the character of the applicant.”
John W. Whitehead | Justice in America makes less sense with each passing day.
Michael Krieger | The trend of average U.S. citizens being incarcerated by overzealous judges and prosecutors within the police state formerly known as America continues with reckless abandon.
Wall St Journal | The depressive donkey in A.A. Milne’s “Winnie the Pooh” stories pretty much matches the mood of Americans lately.
New American | “We’ve come to inspect your firearms and look over your place, sir.”
Bizpac Review | Some anti-gun activists are worried about the safety of everyone but gun owners.
Liberty Blitzkrieg | Dear NSA Employees, You Now Have a Green Light to Loot and Pillage.
All Gov | To say that Patrick Dowd has competing loyalties is putting it mildly.
London Independent | UK law enforcement want greater access to data including IP addresses, emails, usernames and names of individuals posting illegal content.
The Daily Sheeple | Just increase the police state another notch.
Bizpac Review | The federal government has spent almost $1 million to analyze your political speech on Twitter.
Breitbart | President Barack Obama’s new Ebola “czar” Ron Klain has skipped another White House meeting.
CBS Seattle | An Idaho homeowner declares he welcomes criticism of the Halloween display he set up in his front yard near Boise.
The Hill | Two Texas Republican lawmakers plan to introduce legislation banning travel between the U.S. and Ebola-stricken countries in West Africa.
Kit Daniels | Request violates Constitution & Facebook’s Terms of Service.
Paul Joseph Watson | Hazmat team removes body from apartment.
Daily Caller | It may be a hate crime.
Truth Revolt | Now with help from Americans United for Separation of Church and State.
The Washington Times | 1989 episode at Reston, Virginia research facility inspired movie ‘Hot Zone’.
Andrew P. Napolitano | Earlier this week, FBI Director James Comey gave an interview to “60 Minutes” during which he revealed a flawed understanding of personal freedom.
Carlos Miller | Cop claimed the phone contained “evidence of a crime,” before handcuffing the man who had done the recording.
Prison Planet.com | Join the fight against the medical tyranny destroying America.
Zero Hedge | While the message from the President is ‘keep calm and avoid bodily fluids’, it appears the commissioners in Dallas are slightly more concerned.