Prison Planet.com | Navy denies responsibility as families struggle to get medical help.
Prison Planet.com | Biotech giants ravaging food supply worldwide
RT | Police departments across California spent more than $45 million on surveillance equipment over the course of a decade.
Police State USA | Police charged into a darkened field trying to arrest teenagers for consuming alcohol without government permission, and killed a young woman in the process.
Truth Revolt | Cross-referencing obituary to permit holder database.
RT | New disclosures show the Justice Department is engaged in dragnet surveillance using aircraft.
Prison Planet.com | Director hijacks airwaves to expose New World Order.
Prison Planet.com | Police place innocent citizens under defacto martial law over shooting
New American | President Obama and brutal Communist Chinese dictator Xi Jinping signed a sweeping and unconstitutional deal in Beijing this week.
The Daily Signal | The proposed rule has ignited a firestorm of protest.
PINAC | Idaho police released dash and body cam footage of officers shooting and killing a mentally ill woman in July because she would not drop a knife.
The Daily Sheeple | It seems like I can’t go a single day without hearing about someone being shot and killed by a police officer.
Politico | President Obama readies a sweeping list of executive actions.
Adan Salazar | Child traumatized after watching cop brutalize mother.
Business Insider | Boston Dynamics has created this enormous robot.
Lew Rockwell Blog | Undercover police monitoring a bar in Las Cruces, New Mexico were giddy with covetousness when they saw a man drive up in a brand-new Mercedes.
Truth Revolt | “I highly doubt we will have to do totally lock down but I know other buildings are suggesting overnight bags, bring extra food etc.”
London Guardian | Police accuse Cairo student of filming security forces without permission and say they are unaware of book’s significance.
PINAC | “You’re a nobody, I’m a sworn peace officer, who do you think they’re going to believe in a court of law?”
William Norman Grigg | “Let me see your f****g key,” grunted Saratoga County, New York Sheriff’s Deputy Shawn Glans at Colin Fitch during a nighttime encounter in a parking lot.
London Telegraph | Man plays video game using the hand of another gamer sat half a mile away.
RT | DARPA has announced a tender for innovative research proposals of interest to the Biological Technologies Office (BTO).
NY Times | Walk down West Florissant Avenue, and the scars of the summer are still there.
WMCActionNews5.com | You might expect to find an army in DeSoto County … an army of drones, that is.
London Guardian | Internal MI5, MI6 and GCHQ documents reveal routine interception of legally privileged communications.
Christina Sarich | Did you know that walnuts have been classified as ‘drugs’ by the US Food & Drug Administration?
AFP | Spanish police arrested 10 people accused of glorifying terrorism and inciting attacks.
Mac Slavo | Can billionaires buy the disarmament of America?
EFF | As we foreshadowed, a new law requiring mandatory data retention by ISPs was introduced into the Australian federal parliament last week.
Adan Salazar | Twitter user goes ape after embarrassing democrat loss.
John W. Whitehead | Secret police. Secret courts. Secret government agencies. Surveillance. Intimidation tactics. Harassment. Torture. Brutality. Widespread corruption. Entrapment schemes.
Prison Planet.com | Tabloid Journalism Against Alex Jones.
RT | “This whole idea that a good candidate that’s rating well in the polls can’t get in the debate, that’s where the corruption really is.”
The Daily Sheeple | The American people showed their discontent at the polls yesterday by voting for the Republicans to take control of the Senate.
Bob Adelmann | Hollywood hypocrites exposed.
The Hill | The Department of Justice plans to send federal monitors to 18 states to watch for discrimination against voters.
London Telegraph | New GCHQ director Robert Hannigan accuses some Silicon Valley companies of becoming ‘the command and control networks of choice’ for terrorists
Lew Rockwell Blog | The fact that the governor of NJ could decree the seizure of private citizens without any due process is worrisome to Napolitano.
Joshua Krause | Throughout history, we’ve seen human beings accomplish wonderful things.
RT | Facebook manipulated the news feeds of almost 2 million American users during the 2012 presidential election without telling them.
Christina Sarich | Bayer uses the same insecticide that has been banned throughout the EU in one of their best selling flea and tick products, Advantix.
BizPac Review | Apparently the U.S. government bent over backwards to keep the ugly truth about the Ferguson riots from the American public.
Armstrong Economics | Believe it or not, Scientists at the University of California, Berkeley, have developed a machine and computer program which converts brain activity into sounds and words.
London Independent | Key UN report warns that time is running out.
Washington Post | The Pentagon has scaled back its plan to assemble an overseas spy service that could have rivaled the CIA in size.
Washington Post | We are nearing a point where our smartphones will be able to recognize a face or voice, in real life or on-screen.
The Hill | Martin Dempsey jokingly asked a bearded man during a speech at Syracuse University whether he was a member of the Taliban.
Michael Krieger | Boynton Beach police officer has been arrested after he allegedly raped a 20-year-old woman at gunpoint while he was on duty, police said.
Politico | Facebook is mining its data of user’s posts to find out how users feel about certain candidates or issues.
CNS News | “We did factor in science. Physics is the science we factored in,” said Dempsey.