John W. Whitehead | What a strange and harrowing road we’ve walked since September 11, 2001.
Michael Krieger | Fear not, our benevolent bureaucratic bankster military-industrial complex overlords would never do us any harm…
Paul Joseph Watson | Police chief denies equipment represents a “show of force.”
News Everyday | “Cell phones, walk in this lane at your own risk.”
Daily Caller | “Obama is clearly a narcissist in the non-scientific use of the word.”
Michael Krieger | “Messenger appears to have more spyware type code in it than I’ve seen in products intended specifically for enterprise surveillance.”
Michael Snyder | Do you remember when the NFL actually used to be about football?
Glenn Greenwald | Documents provided by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden show that the government worked in secret to exploit a new internet surveillance law.
My Fox NY | The Federal Bureau of Investigation has fully rolled out a new biometric identification system that includes facial recognition technology.
Liberty Crier | Four plainclothes Galveston police officers beat a 12-year-old girl in the head in her own yard.
Business Insider | Urban Outfitters is again facing public backlash for one of its clothing items.
Carlos Miller | A video was posted on Youtube this week showing heavily militarized police from an armored car raiding a man’s home for apparently having video recorded his own court hearing in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
Washington’s Blog | Top Politicians Warn of Fascism.
The Hill | The federal court overseeing spy agencies on Friday reauthorized the National Security Agency’s controversial bulk collection of Americans’ phone records.
Wall Street Journal | “There are drones flying over the air randomly that are recording everything that’s happening on what we consider our private property.”
Gizmodo | This is the story of how Yahoo was coerced into PRISM.
Prison Planet.com | A NYC resident says this has become the new norm in downtown New York.
wxyz.com | The Drone, valued at around $500, was equipped with an onboard camera.
Bizpac Review | A Washington D.C. police officer is under scrutiny for allegedly intimidating a citizen recording him.
Martin Armstrong | The Spanish government is militarizing gearing up for violent protests against the EU that are expected to turn up before a hot autumn.
William Norman Grigg | Kelly Roach has been charged with murder but he never fired a shot.
John W. Whitehead | The new “thin blue line”.
The Hacker News | China is planning to launch a facial recognition payment application with near-perfect accuracy.
Prison Planet.com | Infowars Producer Buckley Hamman delves into Chicago’s installation of meta data collecting light poles and sculptures that will scoop up “Big Data” along the corridor of downtown Chicago.
PINAC | After a call for help about a 19-year-old woman who reportedly threatened her family with a gun, San Jose police found the girl armed with only a cordless drill.
London Telegraph | More than 2,000 passengers affected as bomb squad called in for controlled explosion on suspect hand luggage.
RT | The USA Freedom Act is not a priority for Congress as it returns from recess.
Mac Slavo | Teens are shown rushing a Kroger’s grocery store in Memphis, Tennessee where they target a white employee.
Michael Snyder | Last Thursday, Pope Francis and former Israeli President Shimon Peres met for an extended 45 minute private conversation.
Bizpac Review | He never called the Islamic State “the jayvee squad,” he said.
New American | Not going to bother revealing the source of that authority.
Zero Hedge | A rude wake up call.
Washington Post | After the terror attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, the government called on police to become the eyes and ears of homeland security on America’s highways.
UK Daily Mail | A Brisbane man is living the life of the future after having a microchip implanted under his skin.
Michael Krieger | It’s hard for an article to be simultaneously disturbing and amusing, but this morning’s article in the UK Telegraph about Barclays’ new blood vein finger scanner does just that.
RT | US weighed someday conducting espionage to prevent losing its economic prowess to other countries.
Washington Post | The Justice Department released two decade-old memos Friday night.
Steve Watson | “He’ll probably leave now, because this is America”
EAG News | The school district reportedly will only record “images” and not “sound” as students travel to and from school.
Paul Joseph Watson | “Why didn’t we know?”
Michael Krieger | The IRS. There are few agencies more hated, corrupt, and degraded in the entire nation, and that’s saying a lot.
BBC | Victims of crime are being “encouraged” to investigate offences themselves, an inspection of police forces in England and Wales has found.
Mac Slavo | The following video footage, captured by Avel Amarel and uploaded to Youtube, shows how easy it is to stop police state tactics dead in their tracks.
Cassandra Rules | The Philadelphia police are putting home owners on the street.
Michael Snyder | Ebola continues to spread an an exponential rate.
New American | Britain’s Crown Prosecution Service withdrew an arrest warrant for the couple in a hearing at England and Wales’ High Court of Justice.
Prison Planet.com | The Bobo doll experiment was the collective name of experiments conducted by Albert Bandura in 1961 and 1963.
Prison Planet.com | Infowars reporter Joe Biggs is groped by the TSA while heading to El Paso.
Mikael Thalen | “I guess I don’t regret it, because it’s like taking care of any rodent in town.”
WBOC 16 | Police swept Mace’s Lane Middle School for bombs and guns, coming up empty.