Twitchy | Broad-brush smear campaign.
The Examiner | On Sunday, documentary filmmaker Dennis Michael Lynch alleged multiple instances of police brutality at the “Million Vets March” in Washington, D.C.
London Guardian | Jill Abramson says she was approached by UK embassy officials after announcing collaboration with Guardian over NSA files.
Natural News | Finally, though too late, the chickens have come home to roost for many Obama supporters and apologists.
Mike Adams | I’ve often said that 72 hours after EBT cards stop working, every U.S. city will collapse into chaos. In case you’re not familiar with the term, EBT cards are “digital food stamps.”
The Washington Times | California Gov. Jerry Brown split the difference Friday on the pile of gun-control bills sitting on his desk.
Business Week |Google is tinkering with the ever-delicate balance between selling advertisements and creeping its users out.
Reuters | The four laptop computers that former U.S. spy contractor Edward Snowden carried with him to Hong Kong and Moscow were a “diversion”.
Adan Salazar | School assignment places kids as heads of death panels.
Politico | A group of former American intelligence officials and whistleblowers has awarded National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden its top prize.
CNS News | European lawmakers this month will vote on a measure that promotes abortion as a fundamental human right.
Washington’s Blog | Parallels Between Snowden and the Founding Fathers.
Daily Caller | The author of the Patriot Act announced his latest plans to work to defund the NSA’s bulk collection of Americans’ phone and Internet records.
NC Gun Blog | No one ended up dead, so the gun haters won’t include it in the official score.
Mac Slavo | Nothing short of a complete takeover of the United States.
Mike Adams | This is, essentially, chemotherapy at gunpoint or what I call “predatory medicine.”
Mike Adams | Millions tried… did anyone actually get enrolled?
Adan Salazar | How solar panels became “toxic assets.”
Zero Hedge | 10 electrical meltdowns in the past 13 months.
Prison Planet.com | An aerospace company has presented its design “atmospheric satellites” that fly at 65,000 feet.
CBS New York | Worries about injuries at a Long Island school have led to a surprising ban.
Mac Slavo | With America having hit its debt ceiling yet again, the Executive Branch has determined that a closure of certain services is necessary to keep the country running efficiently.
CNN | Why would a bright and promising cardiologist be fired from the University hospital that she had practiced at since 2000?
Adan Salazar | Stadium becomes Constitution-free zone and mass-murder magnet in one fell swoop.
Washington Post | A scientific panel that shaped the federal government’s policy for testing the safety and effectiveness of painkillers was funded by major pharmaceutical companies.
London Guardian | Ex-minister says he was in ‘utter ignorance’ of Prism and Tempora and calls for tighter oversight of security services.
Washington Times | 1st Amendment battle over ‘gun-walking’ expose.
Washington’s Blog | Seasoned CBS News Anchor: “Whenever I’m Asked What Is The Most Manipulative And Secretive Administration I’ve Covered, I Always Say It’s The One In Office Now”.
Prison Planet.com | Radio host Michael Savage trashes a caller for supporting DC cops over the Killing of Miriam Carey.
Prison Planet.com | Police acted “heroically” in gunning down frightened woman with baby.
Daily Caller | In a stunning development, some military priests are facing arrest if they celebrate mass or practice their faith on military bases during the federal government shutdown.
Breitbart | Like a king on a throne.
Zero Hedge | When the NSA sorts through American communications to find terrorists, what is their accuracy in identifying one?
Adan Salazar | Students completely brainwashed into thinking guns are bad.
Kurt Nimmo | FBI used a bomb squad, a hazardous material team and helicopters in Stamford, Connecticut.
The Weekly Standard | The barriers are still at the memorial, and they’ve been reinforced.
Jonathan Cook | This must be the most cringe-inducing interview by a senior journalist I’ve ever seen.
LA Times | A high school student who grabbed a National Rifle Assn. T-shirt in her hurry to find something to wear to school was later confronted outside class by campus officials.
Mike Adams | You’ve probably noticed I’m not covering pure politics anymore here on Natural News, but I am covering Obamacare and health issues quite intensely.
Washington’s Blog | Government Is Spying On Us Through Our Computers, Phones, Cars, Buses, Streetlights, at Airports and On The Street, Via Mobile Scanners and Drones, Through Our Smart Meters, and In Many Other Ways.
Adan Salazar | …but don’t worry, they’re not doing it anymore.
Joe Wolverton, II, J.D. | Think state and local law enforcement aren’t watching you with high-tech federally-owned drones? Think again.
NY Times | The National Security Agency conducted a secret pilot project in 2010 and 2011 to test the collection of bulk data about the location of Americans’ cellphones.
Jon Rappoport | Do you know a grape grower in France? An activist in England? NSA may have built an extensive social profile on you.
Washington’s Blog | NSA is a Rogue Agency.
Washington’s Blog | DHS Pretends It Still Has Privacy Officers … When They’ve All Quit In Disgust.
Julie Wilson | Statewide policy makes it illegal to enforce indefinite detention.
Mike Adams | The Obamacare websites are broken because people tried to use them.
Washington’s Blog | Mass Surveillance Destroys Innovation, Trust, the U.S. Internet Market and Other Foundations of Prosperity.
LifeNews.com | This week is Women’s Rights Week, which is a good opportunity to become aware of the state of women’s rights around the world.