Lew Rockwell Blog | Some people seem to be under the impression that the police help people recover stolen property
Prison Planet.com | “Nobody is threatening anything. Nobody is doing anything. None of the stores here that I can see are being looted. There is no violence.”
Paul Joseph Watson | Training manual outlines “sniper response” during crowd control operations.
Business Insider | Many of the images that have been coming out of Ferguson, Missouri, this past week convey a worrying truth.
London Guardian | Risen accused the president of aggressively pursuing journalists.
William Norman Grigg | When you see a police officer beating or shooting a citizen, is your first impulse to sympathize with the uniformed assailant, or the victim?
Joe Wolverton, II, J.D. | Just when you thought there was no other way the snoops could hack your smartphone.
Fox 2 Now | AWOL for looting, but plenty of militarized cops out in force to harass peaceful protesters & journalists.
Mike Krieger | Rep. Johnson’s bill has a fighting chance.
USA Today | On average, there were 96 such incidents among at least 400 police killings each year.
Carlos Miller | A New Orleans police officer turned off her body cam before opening fire on a man who had escaped from her a week earlier.
Paul Joseph Watson | “I have a right to stand there and hold signs.”
William Norman Grigg | Jackson blamed “a lot of outside agitators” for the looting and other violence that has spun off from protests over the killing of Michael Brown.
RT | Satellites run by Google and other private companies may soon have the ability to capture images of a person’s face.
Mac Slavo | The name of it is telling. “MonsterMind.”
New American | Deeply controversial “smart meters” for electricity have been catching on fire and even exploding.
Mikael Thalen | Cop fails sobriety test after officers find spent shell casings.
Breitbart.com | The preferences of the average American appear to have only a minuscule impact upon public policy.
Michael Snyder | Now even the mainstream media is admitting that during an Ebola panic “people could be detained for long periods”.
Michael Krieger | I’m sure all of you have heard about what is going on in Furguson, Mo by now.
Mikael Thalen | “When the customer walks past visual merchandising equipment… an alert is triggered.”
VICE | An “intelligence explosion” that will leave human capabilities far behind.
Martin Armstrong | Ever since 911, there has been a trend moving toward much harsher local police.
Reuters | Police fired tear gas after rioting broke out for a second night in Ferguson, Missouri.
Michael Snyder | Rioting, looting, burning down stores and shooting police officers – is this about to become the “new normal” in America?
Mac Slavo | While scores of businesses in Ferguson were being looted by out of control rioters Sunday night, a couple of them went the evening without incident.
Christina Sarich | A veteran Seattle cop decided to determine the law for himself.
Business Insider | The question is whether we’re willing accept both the unintended and unknown consequences.
Police State USA | “I stated that I was going to call the police, and that’s when they said, ‘We are the Erie County Police.’”
Carlos Miller | Police in Northern California beat and tased a mentally ill man before siccing a dog on him, then turning on citizens who recorded the incident.
The Hill | “The U.S. government has grown strangely quiet on the accusation that it was Russia or her allies.”
William Norman Grigg | “There is an attitude on our streets today that it is acceptable to resist arrest.”
Mikael Thalen | “They told me my son brought a weapon to school and they asked me if I was aware.”
Michael Krieger | Government plans to make telecommunications companies store users’ metadata for two years.
London Telegraph | Government computers used to add inaccurate information to the page of Jean Charles de Menezes, and downplay the murders of Damilola Taylor and Lee Rigby, it is claimed.
Mac Slavo | The Ebola virus is spreading and no one in any position of authority is releasing information to the public about how serious of a contagion this is.
Business Insider | “The American people don’t want me just standing around twiddling my thumbs.”
Steve Watson | Blacklist bigger than ever after underpants bomber driven crackdown.
Daisy Luther | Are you prepared to go into lockdown mode if the Ebola virus begins to spread across the country?
Mac Slavo | Bad advice given to one individual seeking emergency services might just get you killed.
New American | Global responses to the outbreak are stirring fears.
The Daily Sheeple | On July 17, Eric Garner, a 43-year-old NY resident, was confronted by the NYPD for allegedly selling “untaxed” cigarettes.
Michael Krieger | OIRA operates largely in secret, exempt from most requests under the Freedom of Information Act.
Prison Planet.com | The Ebola scare may soon feed into the war on terror narrative.
DC Clothesline | Why are there so many correctional officers guarding an empty prison?
Washington’s Blog | The Highest Law of the Land REQUIRES the Government Prosecute All of Those Who Authorized Torture.
William Norman Grigg | The SWAT call-out in this case was clearly an overreaction.
The Daily Sheeple | As they say, you can always judge a society by how they treat their weakest members.
London Independent | David Usborne reports on an insidious campaign to drive out vagrants by a combination of police harassment and increasingly draconian new ordinances.
CBS News | GameStop is now requiring its customers to provide a fingerprint scan on certain transactions.