RT | Law enforcement officials may now stop US drivers based only on the information gleaned in an anonymous tip phoned in by a caller who dialed 911.
Rutherford Institute | Those tempted to write off the standoff at the Bundy Ranch as little more than a show of force by militia-minded citizens would do well to reconsider their easy dismissal of this brewing rebellion.
The Daily Sheeple | A Texas man called police to report that his home had been burglarized. The responding deputy arrived and promptly shot the man’s dog.
WDRB | “The system will actually be able to have almost 2,000 cameras by the time the project is through,”
Breitbart | Texans are becoming more concerned about the BLM’s focus on 90,000 acres along a 116 mile stretch of the Texas/Oklahoma boundary.
Daily Caller | A large number of illegal immigrants removed from the United States annually could soon be immune from deportation, according to a report from the Associated Press.
Prison Planet.com | David Knight in Nevada talks to a two different Utah County Commissioners about the federal crackdown in Nevada and what it means for the rest of America.
Adan Salazar | Amateur footage catches cop tripping and pushing people at random.
Carlos Miller | Knowing he was surrounded by cameras, a Texas cop didn’t let that stop him from tripping and shoving high school students.
Daily Caller | An elderly Missouri man dialed 911 and asked for an ambulance to come and help his ailing wife. Instead, the police showed up, threw him to the ground, sat on his head and handcuffed him.
The Hacker News | By enabling this feature; unfortunately you are authorizing Facebook to send your exact GPS location continuously to the Facebook Servers.
Police State USA | A dozen wedding guests were beaten, tased, pepper sprayed, and arrested.
Prison Planet.com | The U.S. Justice Department is pushing for “smart” firearms. The new mandate would make guns biometric and/or proximity by forcing users to wear an identifiable bracelet.
Kurt Nimmo | So-called hate speech has a wide and often political interpretation.
TechDirt | A college professor who had recently been at odds with his school’s administration was just suspended for posting a picture of his child wearing a Game Of Thrones t-shirt.
The Hill | Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) says Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) needs to cool his rhetoric about the cattle grazing dispute in Nevada.
Adan Salazar | Footage shows docile canine playing with children.
AFP | Qin Zhihui, who was detained in official effort to gain greater control over social media, found guilty of ‘provoking troubles.
Prison Planet.com | Darren McBreen explores the new technology to lock you out of using your handguns.
Michael Snyder | In some areas of the world, payment systems that require palm scanning or face scanning are already being tested.
Mikael Thalen | Homeland Security campaign to demonize veterans continues.
Zero Hedge | In a somewhat surprising turn of events, none other than Edward Snowden called in to a Putin live telethon.
Wall St Journal | Eye Spy with Google Glass.
National Journal | House contender Matt Rosendale of Montana wants Big Brother out of his airspace.
Prison Planet.com | Pay with the swipe of a hand ! Contactless payment that scans palm vein shopping is tested in Sweden.
CNN | The “kill switch,” a system for remotely disabling smartphones and wiping their data, will become standard in 2015.
New York Daily News | Alison Michelle Ernst was charged with trespassing and violence against a person in a restricted building.
Business Insider | On Tuesday Google updated its privacy policies to make it absolutely clear that it is scanning your email.
Washington’s Blog | Scientific Study Shows that the U.S. Is an Oligarchy.
UK Daily Mail | Software will trace customer purchases on the highstreet to prove online adverts work.
UK Daily Mail | Google has patented a smart contact lens that could see its Glass wearable computer fit inside a smart lens.
Washington’s Blog | Why Were Government Computers Immune to the Bug?
The Daily Sheeple | Mark Witaschek is the first known person to be prosecuted in D.C. for owning inoperable ammunition.
Adan Salazar | Incident leaves woman traumatized.
RT | Computer networks of the German Aerospace Center have been infiltrated in a sophisticated cyber-attack most likely carried out by a foreign intelligence agency, Der Spiegel reported.
London Guardian | New artwork comes in the wake of the storm over surveillance by GCHQ and the NSA revealed by the whistleblower Edward Snowden.
New York Times | A loophole is likely to allow the N.S.A. to continue to exploit security flaws both to crack encryption on the Internet and to design cyberweapons.
Mark Dice | Group implies that Bundy and his supporters are violent radicals.
Prison Planet.com | Attorney General Eric Holder has been having a rough time as of late. People are fed up with his lies and he’s fed up with us not believing them.
Bloomberg | The U.S. National Security Agency knew for at least two years.
Tech Dirt | Every few days, more details leak from the Senate’s $40 million, 6,300 page report on the CIA’s torture program.
Zero Hedge | Millions of ordinary users were left vulnerable to attack.
Paul Joseph Watson | War of words over standoff with feds intensifies.
Steve Watson | ‘Zero tolerance’ idiocy is harming education.
Washington Times | U.S. sheriffs say that securing the border is a growing concern to law enforcement agencies throughout the country, not just those near the U.S.-Mexico boundary.
Washington’s Blog | Labels Attempt to Thwart NSA Spying “Draconian”.
Prison Planet.com | The MRAP weighs an impressive 49,000 pounds, stands 10-feet tall, and possesses a whopping six-wheel drive.
Paul Joseph Watson | One rule for us, another rule for everybody else.
RT | YouTube will remain blocked in Turkey in spite of a court order ruling that the ban is a violation of freedom of speech.
Mac Slavo | Last summer Bob Ferris’ wife returned from church looking particularly beautiful so he decided to take a few snapshots with his camera.