CBS Philly | The ruddy-cheeked, camouflage-clad boy in the photo smiles out from behind a pair of glasses, proudly holding a gun his father gave him as a present for his upcoming 11th birthday.
Natural News | More and more parents are just saying “no” to the human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine, according to a new study by the Mayo Clinic.
London Guradian | This new press regulator is all about revenge, not justice. It’s hard to imagine a more chilling deterrent to serious investigation.
Natural News | Millions of ‘creepy’ cameramen.
McClatchy Newspapers | President Barack Obama came into office four years ago skeptical of pushing the power of the White House to the limit, especially if it appeared to be circumventing Congress.
London Telegraph | New technology will make us all agents for Google. Nick Pickles, Director of Big Brother Watch, says the implications for privacy are profoundly worrying.
London Guardian | Websites could have to pay exemplary damages if they don’t sign up to new regulator, claim opponents of Leveson deal.
New American | Two Colorado sheriffs, John Cooke of Weld County and Terry Maketa of El Paso County, have vowed not to enforce the new gun bills that were recently passed.
Mike Adams | This use of the term “haircut” to describe government theft of private banking accounts has got to stop.
Jonathan Benson | Legislation currently and quietly making its way through the Texas State Senate threatens to overtly trample the personal property rights of Lone Star State residents.
CNBC | Cyprus will put forward a new proposal on Monday under which a tax-free threshold or a lower tax rate for smaller depositors could be introduced.
Bob Adelmann | ederal district court judge on March 15 ruled that National Security Letters are unconstitutional not only under the First Amendment but also under the “separation of powers” principle.
Summer Tierney | An ongoing debate over the rights of homeowners to raise and keep their own chickens may soon gain an audience in the Virgina Supreme Court.
CNN | Whether we admit it to ourselves or not the Internet is a surveillance state.
Carolanne Wright | The American government has developed a solution for all the excess radioactive metal from the medical industry and military: Make it into belt buckles.
FT.com | Chinese doctors have performed more than 330m abortions.
Prison Planet.com | The Leahy-Gillibrand-Kirk legislation (S. 443) was introduced on March 4 and is entitled the “Stop Illegal Trafficking in Firearms Act of 2013.”
CBS | Charles Eide and Mike Danielson have been flying radio controlled aircraft since they little kids growing up in the same neighborhood.
KUTV | The Weber County School District is planning to install 1,000 new surveillance cameras at their 45 schools.
HispanicBusiness | China’s social media site Weibo finds and deletes controversial posts in near real time.
Business Insider | The idea of having employees walk around with electronic sensors to track their every move is unsettling.
Mike Bundrant | If you treat others with disdain, you not only suffer, but activate the same neurology as physical pain.
Prison Planet.com | Jakari Jackson reports.
Paul Joseph Watson | Drones are the “start of the rise of the machines”.
NBC | Parents and privacy experts are blasting a new national database that compiles personal student information for educational companies that contract with public schools.
Alex Newman | Outrage continues to grow surrounding the controversial suspension of a 16-year-old Florida student who reportedly helped disarm a gunman on a school bus, potentially saving at least one life.
Aaron Dykes | Has political-correctness gone too far?
Anthony Gucciardi | Why are we still drinking fluoride in our ‘clean’ tap water around the entire world?
Ethan A. Huff | A precious baby boy from Minnesota became the latest victim of state-sponsored medical terrorism recently.
J. D. Heyes | All he wanted was to create the perfect atmosphere of romance. What he created instead was a court date.
Bloomberg | California is the only state that tracks and disarms people with legally registered guns.
Washington Examiner | The New York City Board of Health was not overstepping its authority with the soda ban overturned by a New York Supreme Court judge today, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said at a news conference.
RT | Just seconds after the trigger of a gun is squeezed, police officers in cities and towns across America are alerted thanks to the latest and greatest state-of-the-art technology.
Mike Adams | The false philosophy of the control freak left.
New American | On Sunday, the Obama administration symbolically dug up the body of Anwar al-Awalaki and tried him for his crimes.
GSN | Border agents can’t conduct forensic searches of electronic devices like laptop computers, cell phones and camera memory sticks without a reasonable idea that criminal activity has occurred.
UK Daily Mail | Drugs that could combat ageing and help people to live to 150-years-old may be available within five years, following landmark research.
Paul Joseph Watson | John Kerry labels Bilderberg protesters “hoodlums”.
Mike Adams | “A LOT of what we do is make-believe.”
Infowars.com | All over the country, the Amber Alert system is being used to tell citizens to spy on each other.
CNet | Owner says “it’s because it’s kind of a private place that people go.” Will other businesses follow?
Natural News | The European Union has approved funding for a project designed to build a robotic brain, the first stepping stone toward constructing robotic humans (androids).
Prison Planet.com | Project Veritas visited police stations nationwide and asked law enforcement officials how they could protect themselves in the event of an armed break-in.
Jon Rappoport | It’s called doubling down.
Prison Planet.com | Eric Holder’s response to Rand Paul only serves to re-affirm the government’s existing position.
Kurt Nimmo | Numerous Americans, including Alex Jones, are domestic terrorists, according to guest on Chris Matthews’ Hardball.
Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones | Another pro-second amendment story you will never see on the major news networks.
RT | This new human recognition software makes it impossible to lose your friends in a packed place, such as an airport, concert hall or shopping center.
Prison Planet.com | Bill Gates really didn’t want to be confronted on how a vaccine linked to the Gates Foundation paralyzed some 47,500 children in India, but Infowars reporter Melissa Melton asked him about it anyway.
Mac Slavo | What happens between the time I call 9-1-1 and the time you get there?