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Steve Watson | Cop who murdered 17-year-old at traffic stop faces no charges.

PINAC | The over-the-top paranoia inflicting police forces these days could not be more evident than in a video posted to Facebook Wednesday by a Wisconsin man named James Wells.

Mac Slavo | Warning: Don’t get between a law enforcement officer and his revenue collection schemes.

The Hacker News | Well, this is incredible and scary both at the same time.

Daily Beast | This all just happened to my colleagues and me at Reason.com.

Mac Rumors | Apple has removed seemingly all Civil War games from the App Store.

Bizpac Review | Online auction giant eBay is taking some heat for hypocrisy.

Mac Slavo | They’ve been pushing for it for over 150 years and this year the politically correct anti-Confederate flag movement may have finally achieved its ultimate goal.

Truth Revolt | Yeah, that’ll help.

Daily Caller | “Normal people,” not “climate deniers” will win the debate on global warming.

RT | The Pentagon has released a book of instructions on the “law of war,” detailing acceptable ways of killing the enemy.

Truth Revolt | “If she didn’t get a ‘no’ from me before, she sure does now.”

Washington Post | “We want to make sure we have the votes.”

New American | As recent history has shown the battles over these pseudo-“free trade” pacts are full of surprises.

Daily Caller | Media Matters For America founder David Brock admitted Monday that his nonprofit, tax-exempt organization specifically defends Hillary Clinton.

Free Thought Project | Only the government can have guns.

John W. Whitehead | In one swoop, on June 22, 2015, a divided US Supreme Court handed down three consecutive rulings affirming the right of raisin farmers, hotel owners and prison inmates.

MassPrivateI | Soon every churchgoer will be identified by facial recognition software!

Steve Watson | Could face excessive force charges for second time.

New American | A “verdict” on the case is expected in the coming months, she said.

The Daily Sheeple | Apparently the only people Mr. Rove wants to have guns are criminals who commit mass shootings and the government.

The Atlantic | Barbie accomplishes this magic by recording your child’s question and uploading it to a speech recognition server.

PINAC | A 4-year-old girl is in the hospital tonight after being shot by a Columbus police officer who was only trying to kill the family dog.

PINAC | A yet to be identified man was shot by two Los Angeles police officers Friday evening with the gruesome aftermath captured on video and posted to Twitter by a witness.

EAG News | A Pennsylvania school district is scanning students’ thumbprints, tracking all of their lunch purchases, and turning the data over to the federal government.

The Hill | “You all might have to attend fewer funerals.”

The Hill | “The president has said before he believes the Confederate flag belongs in a museum, and that is still his position.”

CNS News | The decision to euthanize was not discussed with the patient in 77.9 percent of the cases.

Bizpac Review | Many people, including liberals like President Obama, have blood on their hands.

Wall Street Journal | Facebook is not offering its new photo-sharing app Moments in Europe because of regulators’ concerns about its facial-recognition technology.

New American | “Girls will be boys and boys will be girls; it’s a mixed up, muddled up, shook up world….”

Truth Revolt | Support swells for Vincent Lambert.

Michael Krieger | The statists are coming for your kids, and the conditioning has already begun.

Zero Hedge | Yes, it would cost US taxpayers $77 million to “protect” knife owners.

New American | There is something much more sinister at work here.

AOL | A motorist who has been found guilty of causing death by dangerous driving has pleaded to be spared a prison sentence for being too fat.

Adan Salazar | Police seemingly violate several constitutional rights in attempt to identify activist.

Truth Revolt | Fake black person and recent ex-NAACP employee Rachel Dolezal has told many lies on top of her original and now famous one about her genetic heritage.

Free Thought Project | A courageous Georgia police officer, identified as Billy Ray Fields, has taken a strong stance against the rampant police abuse of authority.

CBS News | Security Expert: Feds Involved In Day-To-Day Busts Isn’t Something Seen Every Day.

John W. Whitehead | “Free worlders” is prison slang for those who are not incarcerated behind prison walls.

Washington Times | More than 100 immigrants whom the Obama administration released back into the community went on to be charged with subsequent killings.

RT | Ninety thousand rock music enthusiasts who attended the Download festival in Derby this weekend were scanned by facial recognition cameras.

Truth Revolt | Teachers have a duty to combat “Eurocentric presentation of the literary world.”

IBT | Amazon’s first transparency report details the number of requests for data the e-commerce giant has received from governments in 2015.

Counter Current News | Is there any denying the racist motivation when the cop is even caught on video admitting it?

Washington’s Blog | Last year, it was discovered that the FBI had attempted to infiltrate the legal defense team of a Guantanamo Bay prisoner.

Truth Revolt | “I’m not worried about taking a risk. It’s more important to defend our way of life.”

Paul Craig Roberts | Monday, June 15, 2015, is the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta.

The Hill | Two 2016 presidential competitors have joined forces to get a ban on the indefinite detention of U.S. citizens included in an annual defense policy bill.

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