Julie Wilson | “The most unbelievable of all the wild conspiracy theories is the one our government has told us.”
Julie Wilson | Government offered millions to tech companies in exchange for unlimited consumer data access.
Julie Wilson | Medical report reveals Dzhokhar Tsarnaev suffered from fractured skull due to gunshot wound to the face.
Prison Planet.com | Prior to Operation Desert Storm, 15-year-old Kuwaiti girl gives completely fictionalized account of Iraqi treatment of infants.
Prison Planet.com | Agents perform full-blown home raids for legally-purchased firearms.
Julie Wilson | “People of faith don’t have a place in the military anymore.”
Prison Planet.com | Obama Truth Squad out in full force in the Show-Me-State.
Prison Planet.com | Each fully loaded, magazines combined hold almost 18,000,000 rounds.
Julie Wilson | Arrested 14-year old says, “I have a right to peacefully protest my government.”
Julie Wilson | Houston deputy sues 9-1-1 caller for $200,000.
Julie Wilson | “Then he started tying everybody down and it just got really scary.”
Prison Planet.com | In 40-foot high watch towers, police officers are practically prison guards over population.
Prison Planet.com | Feds move past vague terror threats and towards an accelerated occupation of America.
Julie Wilson | Will this prosecutor remain above the law just like his boss?
Prison Planet.com | Operation Tiger emulates military control of local, elected officials.
Prison Planet | “You are good, Barack Obama. You are great…”
The Guardian | The gov’t has repeatedly mislead the public on domestic spying.
Breitbart | Tactic may overwhelm American immigration system.
Prison Planet.com | Landlords in Texas are allegedly allowing police inside homes for “inspections.”
Julie Wilson | Former Tulsa cop sentenced to 35 years for robbing Hispanic motorists on duty.
Julie Wilson | “They’re going to be able to query exactly how I’m using my energy by minute by minute basis.”
Prison Planet.com | Joint operation between feds and local law enforcement.
Kurt Nimmo | Cops are street enforcers for a coercive and violent state.
Julie Wilson | Woman with “clenched fists” is beat by officer for “appearing willing to fight.”
Adan Salazar | Warning to parents who smoke pot of state’s overreaching authority.
Prison Planet.com | If “firearms and weapons” ban is implemented, Prison Planet predicts complex will beecome “the place to rob.”
Kurt Nimmo | Establishment media adjusts Boston bombing narrative to fit government’s domestic terror choreography.
Julie Wilson | World’s wealthiest man is entrepreneurial mastermind behind Obama phone program.
Prison Planet.com | Brandon Toy refuses to take part in war crimes.
Adan Salazar | Parents needed just four more months before they could get their daughter back.
Kurt Nimmo | America’s founding principles now extinct.
Kurt Nimmo and Alex Jones | Government whistleblowers exposed real story early on to alternative media.
Adan Salazar | Flag has been in use since Revolutionary War.
Prison Planet.com | Oregon sheriff’s department opens its doors and offers citizens opportunity to observe department’s inner workings.
L.A. Times | U.S. Supreme Court declined to block a court order that 9,600 inmates be released from state prisons.
Bob Adelmann | It was a confluence of magnificent proportions.
Seattle Pi | The suit alleges the city denied a similar permit request.
Denver Post | Whistle-blower alleges law group padded expenses, kept refunds due clients.
Stephen Lendman | Police states operate this way.
L.A. Times | In the face of a steadily declining labor movement, unions are increasingly battling one another.
Dan Weil | “You’ve gotten some people killed probably, no matter what your motives were.”
cnn.com | U.S. citizens and foreigners treated equally as opposite-sex spouses.
cnet.com | Company offers own set of measures for complying with fallout from loss against Justice Department.
WND | Newspaper divulges ‘top secret’ info on access to online data.
CBS D.C. | New study from Pew Research finds that 36 percent of Millennials – young adults ages 18 to 31 – are living at their parents’ homes.
Julie Wilson | “I just became the first person in the history of newspapers to be fired for writing a paper’s most-read article,” he tweeted.
Lee Ann McAdoo | Children rescued from sex abuse are placed right back into it.
The Wall Street Journal | The use of such communications, which can’t be wiretapped like a phone, is called “going dark” among law enforcement.
Mikael Thalen | Terms “brown bag” and “citizens” banned due to their “offensive nature.”
Atlantic Wire | “They mentioned that they do this about 100 times a week. And that 99 of those visits turn out to be nothing.”