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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.

Walmart Death Camps for Martial Law Takeover? (Debunked) See the rest on the Alex Jones YouTube channel.

U.S. Army FORCES Cadets to Wear High Heels to Promote Feminist Campaign See the rest on the Alex Jones YouTube channel.

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