CNet | A newly granted patent would let you view friends, family and even pets from your mobile device as they move through their day.
New American | Critics contend that the White House is playing politics with disaster funds.
EAG News | Did the Minneapolis school board adopt a radical new policy regarding transgender students without engaging the community in advance?
Mac Slavo | The United States military, law enforcement, and intelligence agencies are planning a two-months long exercise later this year.
Engadget | A camera mounted on the windshield scans the road signs on the sides of the highway.
CNS News | The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) cleared a “notorious convicted felon”.
Forbes | Could Lois Lerner still take a look at your tax returns on IRS computers?
Eag News | Students swiftly and roundly criticized the move.
Sputnik | After the tragedy of 9/11 Washington’s policies became divorced from reality, according to Edward Snowden, former American intelligence agent.
Free Thought Project | In a video uploaded to YouTube last week, we see an infuriating and absolutely Orwellian reaction by the Winston-Salem Police Department.
Daily Caller | “The most visible conflicts between startups and the government in the next two years will be in the nation’s capital, not in city halls or state houses.”
Bizpac Review | President Obama is actually bragging about doing whatever it takes to ram his progressive agenda through, even if it means working around – or outside – the law.
Free Thought Project | Police officer Jenchesky Santiago was indicted last week for holding his gun to an innocent man’s head and threatening to shoot him.
Washington’s Blog | When knowledge fails, wisdom fails with it.
Free Thought Project | “They took my son to jail because he tried to save his son.”
RT | Judge William Garnett declined to release grand jury records in the Eric Garner case.
The Hill | Cisco’s security chief said the company has accommodated special requests for those worried about the NSA.
Vice | Customs officers might take a picture of you and use facial recognition technology to figure out if you really are who you say you are.
USA Today | Authorities are investigating the hanging of black man in Claiborne County, officials said Thursday.
EAG News | A Georgia university banned hoop skirts this week in response to a racist fraternity video that caused an uproar at the University of Oklahoma recently.
New American | The European Parliament last week declared gay “marriage” and abortion to be fundamental human rights.
Michael Krieger | Ms. Chai’s film had simply grown too big.
Washington Free Beacon | $15,000 grant creating device to “modify” guests behavior.
MassPrivateI | Playing games and using the internet are inherently suspicious.
Daily Caller | Another day, another ridiculous controversy generated by feminists and the social justice crowd.
Daily Caller | “Brown never surrendered with his hands up, and Wilson was justified in shooting Brown.”
Michael Krieger | Something I hope to encourage readers of Liberty Blitzkrieg to become aware of is their civil rights.
Prison Planet.com | Pushing for an ammo ban, Democrats call the 2nd Amendment “madness”.
Ars Technica | Senator: “I wasn’t a criminal suspect, so why are they taking pictures of me?”
USA TODAY | In a not-too-far-future, robotic mind-clones will accompany us to the ballot box or grocery store.
NY Times | A powerful new surveillance tool being adopted by police departments across the country comes with an unusual requirement.
Fusion | This week I got an angry email from a friend who had just rented a car from Hertz: “Did you know Hertz is putting cameras in rental cars!?
Ars Technica | “Garner raised both his arms in the air” changed to “flailed his arms about.”
Truth Revolt | Campus officer: “What I’m here to tell you is that on campus we have additional rules other than just freedom of speech.”
Washington Times | CIA Director John Brennan said Friday that changing technology and social media websites have “greatly amplified” the security threats facing the free world.
CBS Denver | For the second time this week, CBS4 has obtained Denver police video that led to an officer being disciplined for excessive force.
Steve Watson | Shocking footage made public following court hearing.
Tom LaVenture | A local freestyle rapper who allegedly sang the words, “I will kill you,” said they were words of love.
New American | While eyes were focused on the Selma golden jubilee celebrating bygone battles, a current-day civil-rights battle was being waged — and ignored by the mainstream media.
Mac Slavo | You could soon be receiving a legal notice from the Federal Aviation Administration.
Cassandra Rules | What kind of person allows a man to lay dying and not attempt to help them?
Washington’s Blog | A major survey has found that “Americans’ confidence in all three branches of government is at or near” forty year record lows.
Vox | To force Congress to reverse cuts to the defense and intelligence budgets.
Drew Mitnick | Today the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee will secretly consider the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA).
The Verge | The US may be using cellphone-sniffing planes to find suspects across the world.
Washington’s Blog | Dinosaur Makes Law for Modern World
New American | “They’ve kind of lost their way.”
Truth Revolt | For introducing a religious liberties bill for private business owners.
Adan Salazar | Child now fearful of police after unnecessary encounter.
Adan Salazar | Privacy concerns overshadowed by purported need for increased security.