Washington’s Blog | The NSA Treats Congress Just Like the American People: With Scorn and Disdain.
Washington’s Blog | Why Does Anyone Still Believe the NSA?
Washington’s Blog | America Adopts Soviet-Style Mass Surveillance, Propaganda, Censorship, Communist Torture Techniques, and Socialist Economics.
London Guardian | The National Security Agency and its allies are making a final public push to retain as much of their controversial mass surveillance powers as they can.
Business Insider | Ford knows when its drivers are speeding.
Washington Times | As regular readers of “the news,” you will no doubt already know that sometimes, you just can’t make this stuff up.
The Hill | She said damage from Snowden’s actions will be seen for years to come.
NY Times | President Obama announced two new executive actions on Friday that nudge his gun control agenda forward.
Time | Big Brother’s got mouse ears.
Washington Post | The National Security Agency is racing to build a computer that could break nearly every kind of encryption.
Michael Snyder | All over America, criminals are using improvised electronic devices to electronically unlock vehicles.
ACLU | An appeal is being considered.
Kit Daniels | Penn. state trooper claims that he maced two cats instead.
Ben Swann.com | Leaked documents now show what we all suspected.
Kurt Nimmo | NSA program a “counter-punch” to al-Qaeda
CBS News | A new gun law coming in 2014 has gun owners stocking up on long guns before a new registry begins.
bizpacreview.com | Thanks to an overreaching federal government, the American public will soon be forced to purchase a product that’s severely overpriced, hazardous to our health and doesn’t live up to all its hype — and I’m not talking about Obamacare.
Elizabeth Renter | Less than a month ago, citizens in several cities voted to legalize recreational marijuana possession.
London Guardian | ‘For me, in terms of personal satisfaction, the mission’s already accomplished,’ NSA whistleblower says.
bizpacreview.com | A war of words has broken out over police force in California getting a new armored vehicle built more for a state of war than patrolling in the Golden State.
Prison Planet.com | Alex covers the continued attacks on liberty and the first amendment in the wake of the Duck Dynasty controversy.
Paul Joseph Watson | “I do not agree with what you have to say, but I’ll defend to the death your right to say it.”
New York Times | Secret documents reveal more than 1,000 targets of American and British surveillance in recent years.
Daily Caller | The suspension of Phil Robertson is outrageous in a nation that values freedom, according to social critic and openly gay, dissident feminist Camille Paglia.
Washington’s Blog | Congress Members, Executive Branch Officials and Judges Agree: Spying on Americans’ Metadata Is Unnecessary
Elizabeth Renter | When we’ve lost the right to grow our own food, we’ve truly become subjects of the state.
Mikael Thalen | An Ohio coroner ruled the October hanging death of a man in police custody to be homicide by strangulation last week, contradicting claims made by local law enforcement.
Prison Planet.com | Alex is joined by Pennsylvania resident Ricardo Nieves.
Mac Slavo | History has shown us exactly what happens to the citizenry of nations who are disarmed by their governments.
Washington’s Blog | Snowden Gives the Big Picture.
Washington’s Blog | This is a bigger deal than you may realize.
Steve Watson | Adds that Obama should crack down on free press.
Tony Cartalucci | It is now the end of 2013, with the conflict in Syria having dragged on for three years.
Mikael Thalen | A document details the attempt to vastly expand Continuity of Government powers by amending the state’s constitution.
Natural News | President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid don’t have much respect or use for the Constitution. That much is made plain by their actions.
The Hill | The White House has decided to preserve the cyber war powers held by the director of the National Security Agency (NSA).
Steve Watson | Only group who oppose are Libertarians.
Washington’s Blog | The NSA’s justification for Constitution-shredding mass surveillance on all Americans is 9/11.
bizpacreview.com | “The genesis of the decision, as you know rested on the accusation that this afro-funk band had insufficient representation of people of color,” the letter read.
Adan Salazar | NYPD will deploy heavily armed officers, canines, radiation detectors and more.
Paul Joseph Watson | Officer talked about turning on the “mean gene”.
Paul Craig Roberts | The payroll jobs report for November from the Bureau of Labor Statistics says that the US economy created 203,000 jobs in November.
Michael Snyder | At a time when Wall Street is absolutely swimming in wealth, New York City is experiencing an epidemic of homelessness.
London Guardian | AOL, Twitter, Yahoo, Microsoft, Facebook, Google, Apple and LinkedIn to call for reforms to restore the public’s trust in the internet.
Mikael Thalen | A Washington state woman traveling from St. Louis to Seattle was shocked and embarrassed after TSA agents confiscated her sock monkey’s two inch toy pistol.
Kit Daniels | Lt. Col. Robert Bateman wants you to turn in your guns.
Joshua Cook | Benswann.com’s Joshua Cook contacted the smelter set to close.
Paul Joseph Watson | Devices that critics liken to cattle grids have biometric capabilities.
Mikael Thalen | A street ministry in Olympia, Washington focused on feeding the homeless is currently fighting attempts to have their work criminalized by the city.
Steve Watson | Rights group intervenes in ludicrous ‘zero tolerance policy’ trend.