Bizpac Review | A New Jersey man was arrested on charges that he fired at his neighbor’s remote control drone with a shotgun.
The Washington Times | Agency failed to provide records on 36,000 criminal illegal immigrants who were released from government detention.
CNS News | “Today’s ruling is a consequential victory for the rule of law.”
The Washington Times | Rev. Louis Farrakhan argued in a blog post Tuesday that the deadly Ebola virus is a race-targeting bioweapon created by white people.
New American | “US officials are pledging to fight a fresh effort to give a UN agency authority to regulate the Internet.”
Jon Rappoport | It’s hunt and search and isolate in America.
The Washington Times | Eleven served with Loss of Effectiveness orders, warned of possible firings.
Adan Salazar | Demonstration aimed at highlighting absurdity behind PM David Cameron’s recent controversial remarks.
Carlos Miller | Another innocent person killed thanks to the See Something, Say Something paranoia.
Michael Krieger | This has absolutely nothing to do with Islamic extremists or Neo-Nazis.
Kit Daniels | After arresting citizens for reading 1984 in public, Thai officials now want to track tourists like cattle.
The Hill | The order was amended by former President George W. Bush.
Prison Planet.com | A numerical allocation based rate structure is being created by state and local water agencies for homeowners.
Wall St Journal | Rare Military Effort Comes as Concerns Mount Over Epidemic’s Expansion.
Carlos Miller | Pennsylvania cops told a woman that if she did not stop video recording them arresting her daughter outside their home, they would arrest her for felony wiretapping.
Martin Armstrong | They solved crimes before 9/11 and smartphones.
RT | You would think war-themed video games copy real life, and not the other way around. Not this time.
PINAC | Daniel Saulmon, Southern Californian’s notorious video activist, spent four days in a crowded county jail this week.
RT | Monsanto’s experimental genetically modified wheat has been discovered growing in the second US field in Montana.
UK Daily Mail | It is tracking your every move – recording the exact time you left for work, where you bought your coffee and where you like to shop.
Washington Free Beacon | “Who cares about the confidentiality of a gun owner?” Councilwoman Yvette Alexander said. “We don’t want it.”
The Washington Times | Everytown for Gun Safety midterm elections endorsement list heavy on ‘safe’ Democrats.
Carlos Miller | A Pennsylvania cop snatched a camera from a man’s hands after accusing him of felony wiretapping, even though they were inside a restaurant where the cop had no expectation of privacy.
Michael Krieger | This is how freedom dies.
Michael S. Rozeff | Doublethink, accepting contradictions without being confused, without questioning, and without even knowing that one is accepting them without question, is one of the facilities of the human mind.
Washington’s Blog | Turley told MSNBC that Obama is worse than Bush or Nixon in launching unilateral, unconstitutional wars.
Gawker | An NYPD officer was filmed violently throwing a pregnant woman to ground early Saturday morning.
Zero Hedge | It appears the FBI and DHS have decided it’s time to show why local police departments needed to be fully militarized after all.
The Huffington Post | Simply follow traffic laws and you’ll be fine.
Michael Krieger | Civil disobedience is as American as apple pie.
Mac Slavo | The Ebola crisis is fast approaching a point of no return.
Zen Gardner | Convincing the Cattle to Die – Eugenics Justifies All.
TIME | New armed-drone overlords.
Carlos Miller | It took almost eight painstakingly minutes for the dimwitted cop in this video to realize he was being recorded.
The Age | The man was seen doodling and writing sentences in a notebook satirising the current terrorism threat.
Associated Press | The U.S. Secret Service is having preliminary discussions about setting up security screening checkpoints near public areas.
Daily Caller | At the very beginning of this summer, in mid-June, DiCaprio jetted into Brazil on a private plane to take in the opening match of the 2014 World Cup.
Michael Snyder | The next time you visit a hospital, it is your wallet that may end up hurting the most.
AP | The CIA declined to comment.
Prison Planet.com | A Texas mom of three was visited by the police and Child Protective Services after a neighbor reported her for letting her son play outside.
London Independent | Footage has emerged of violent scenes in Glasgow as police struggled to contain a pro-Union rally that broke down into disorder in the city centre on Friday night.
Steve Watson | Never mind, the new iPhone will tell us.
KSL.com | “I think we have to match the firepower that the other side has.”
RT | ‘Google deeply involved in US foreign policy’.
Sydney Morning Herald | It was hard to believe the awkward, spotty youth sitting in the Central Local Court on Thursday was capable of planning such a horrific act of public violence.
Bizpac Review | A Texas mom of three was visited by the police and Child Protective Services after a neighbor reported her for letting her son play outside.
Mikael Thalen | “I think there’s even more here. That was just us driving around for a day and a half.”
The Daily Caller | Since when does the Department of Justice coordinate with an obviously liberal media organization to go after a conservative reporter?
Michael Krieger | Makes you wonder how schools survived in America for over two hundred years without tanks.
Michael Snyder | What is our society going to look like when our faces are being tracked literally everywhere that we go?