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Prison Planet.com | Fox advocates police state.

Prison Planet.com | Leftist authoritarians refuse to condemn jihadist attacks.

Prison Planet.com | McCain attempts to downplay his visits with known terrorists.

Prison Planet | Leftists ignore paper’s attacks on all other religions.

Washington’s Blog | Many Civilians Are Being Killed By Drones.

Defense News | DARPA envisions such a system performing reconnaissance in areas previously considered denied…

CBS News | Killed more than 1,000 dogs in the U.S. since 2007…

Washington Post | “DeFoggi attempted to sexually exploit children…”

ABC News | Cop used a stun gun on a 76-year-old man during a traffic stop…

Aaron Klein | Football fan’s ejection echoes law-enforcement plan to mine social media.

Greenville Online | “We are giving short shrift to the one amendment that protects all others…”

Courthouse News | Whether someone is in a house could raise “grave Fourth Amendment questions,” the 10th Circuit ruled Tuesday.

NY Times | They pounce on bloggers who dare mock their beloved Chairman Mao.

CBS | One Steelers fan didn’t have to witness the loss to the Ravens Saturday after he was ejected from the game.

Free Thought Project | Two Witchita police officers are on paid administrative leave following the shooting death of an unarmed 23-year-old man.

Cassius Methyl | ‘Agri-Terrorism’ was cited by officials as a reason why such regulations should be enforced on something as natural as the right to exchange and possess seeds.

Weekly Standard | The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is looking for vendors to run its “National Data Warehouse.”

NY Times | The gun control movement, blocked in Congress and facing mounting losses in federal elections, is tweaking its name.

Kurt Nimmo | Allegedly arranged by former Bear Stearns financier Jeffrey Epstein.

Prison Planet.com | For some time now it has been clear that we are facing the greatest surveillance scandal the world has ever seen.

Washington Times | The chairman and ranking member on the Senate Judiciary Committee want answers from the Obama administration on cell-site “simulators.”

Carmine Sabia | Some people are confusing the right to protest with an idea that the cops are no longer allowed to do their jobs.

Mac Slavo | Things are not looking pretty for the land of the free.

Washington Times | The federal government shipped nearly 4,000 more assault rifles to local law enforcement agencies.

London Telegraph | High Court judge Baroness Butler-Sloss warns victims of child abuse had too much influence over the running of the inquiry.

The Fourth Estate | Parkdale High School in Riverdale, Maryland is turning some heads.

NBC Philadelphia | A man was shot and killed by police after he allegedly tried to run them over with his car in Delaware County Tuesday.

RT | Ezell Ford was shot three times at close range, with two wounds being fatal.

Prison Planet.com | The War on drugs just got even more vile.

Max Blumenthal | Threats seem to expose a political plot against the NYC mayor and the BlackLivesMatter movement.

Mikael Thalen | Deputy failed to activate body camera during call.

The Washington Times | In the wake of the murders of two police officers in New York, some NYPD cops are letting minor crimes slide.

Zero Hedge | A particularly agitated customer nearly killed the staff at a McDonalds over the matter of $0.40.

The Hill | Police nationwide believe that they are “under attack from the federal government at the highest levels.”

Daily Caller | Ferguson protesters spent the weekend after Christmas chanting “Deck The Halls With Rows of Dead Cops”.

AP | A high school basketball tournament on the Northern California coast has become the latest flashpoint.

Bizpac Review | This Christmas, Eric Garner’s daughter gave the gift of stupidity.

The Free Thought Project | A veteran police officer of more than 20 years has been charged with a slew of felonies after being caught burglarizing homes and businesses while on duty.

London Telegraph | Head of the NHS sets out radical plans to fight the flab as new figures show that only Hungary is worse than the UK when it comes to obesity.

The Daily Sheeple | It should come as no surprise to most drivers, that speed cameras are not being installed on your roadways to make your life easier.

Truth Revolt | “I cried a little bit because it really touched me, because I have children of my own.”

AP | Americans in cities and towns across the country are making an effort to express support and gratitude.

Reuters | Judge Beryl Howell of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia denied the demand.

Washington’s Blog | War Always Comes Home.

RT | ‘Anonymous’ accused the broadcaster of “biased” reporting and “protecting pedophiles.”

Bizpac Review | Could further complicate and prolong a peaceful outcome nationwide as tensions are already high.

London Telegraph | Labour MP John Mann calls for investigations into two deaths of men, who tried to “blow the whistle” on alleged Westminster sex ring, to be reopened by police

FBI spokesman J.J. Klaver said the agency does not comment on people who claim to be informants.

Prison Planet.com | Jakari Jackson with some important analysis and advice for police.

The Washington Times | “These are, simply, crimes. They are prohibited by federal law.”

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