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Police State Articles

[07/26/2006] 44-Year-Old Man Faces ID Ordeal When Buying Beer
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[03/20/2006] Man, 21, gets jail time for disorderly house
Mike Herchenbach was sure he would get a fine. He’d pay a couple hundred dollars, like his roommates, and go on with his life, even though he wasn’t at the party that got out of hand at his rental house. After all, his name was on the lease. » More

[03/17/2006] Report: E. J\'lem hospital held newborn triplet as \'deposit\'
Moqassed Hospital in East Jerusalem allegedly refused to release a baby to its mother for two months until she paid her hospital bill. » More

[03/13/2006] Polls: Public Worried About Gov\'t Secrecy
Two new polls gauging Americans\' views on government openness found a majority believe the federal government leans more toward secrecy than openness, while eight in 10 are convinced that an open government is necessary for an effective democracy. » More

[03/09/2006] Tickets For Good Driving
Travis County deputies kicked off what has become a controversial reward program. » More

[03/07/2006] The Bill of No Rights
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[03/06/2006] Guards Fault Homeland Security Protection
Guards at the Department of Homeland Security say the agency mishandled a potential anthrax attack on its headquarters, one of several incidents that led two senators to request an investigation of the agency\'s own security. » More

[03/06/2006] Compulsory water meters confirmed
A water company in Kent has been given the go-ahead to force 65,000 householders to install water meters. » More

[03/01/2006] Indiana Toll Road rally turns to shouting match
Hundreds packed the Statehouse on Tuesday for a rally designed to build momentum for Gov. Mitch Daniels\' \"Major Moves\" highway initiative. But as some cheered support, others shouted jeers that sometimes drowned out the governor and other speakers. » More

[02/28/2006] Australia mulls car smoking ban
Authorities in Australia\'s most populous state, New South Wales, are to consider banning smoking in cars. A parliamentary inquiry will look at the effects of passive smoking on passengers, particularly children. \nSupporters of the proposal have admitted, however, that enforcing such a ban would be difficult.\nSmokers in Australia have already been squeezed out of bars and restaurants, as well as some beaches and most other public places. » More

[02/07/2006] Homeland Security seizing medications from elderly, former Customs official reports
As part of that operation, CBP, which is part of the Department of Homeland Security, is seizing Canadian shipments of legally prescribed drugs that are being flown into the international mail facility at Miami International Airport, according to Mark Conrad, a retired U.S. Customs supervisory special agent. » More

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[01/31/2006] Internet police state
This week Google agreed to let China -- where cheerful cartoon icons Jingjing and Chacha watch over people\'s surfing habits -- censor Web pages the government doesn\'t like. GEOFFREY YORK discovers that The Globe and Mail\'s site is among them » More

[01/30/2006] Homeland Security to launch preparedness program for kids
After more than a year of delays, the Department of Homeland Security says it plans to launch a preparedness program next month aimed at alerting and preparing children for natural disasters. » More

[12/02/2005] Fed Center flap draws a busload of support
Deborah Davis said Wednesday she has been overwhelmed by the support she has received via the Internet and telephone for her stance against having to show her identification while riding on an RTD bus that crosses the Federal Center in Lakewood. » More

[11/28/2005] Attacking Whistleblowers, Skeptics & Those Who Know Too Much
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[11/15/2005] Speed limit crackdown to cut emissions
Ministers are planning to crack down on motorists who speed on motorways in an attempt to meet government targets aimed at reducing Britain\'s emissions of greenhouse gases. » More

[11/15/2005] City studies plan to charge $7 for midtown driving
New York City is studying a plan to charge $7 to motorists who drive into Midtown during peak hours. » More

[11/11/2005] NYPD & CIA to Build Soviet Style Commissariat
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[11/11/2005] The Police State Is Closer Than You Think
Police states are easier to acquire than Americans appreciate. » More

[11/09/2005] Chinese get prison time for Bible delivery
Religious persecution in China has reached the point that distributing Bibles is earning a three-year prison sentence.\n » More

[11/08/2005] Conservatives Also Irked by IRS Probe of Churches
The IRS threat to revoke the tax-exempt status of All Saints Episcopal Church in Pasadena because of an antiwar sermon there during the 2004 presidential election is part of a larger, controversial federal investigation of political activity at churches and nonprofit groups. » More

[11/07/2005] NY Law: Firewall Your WiFi Network Or Go To Jail
Is Big Brother about to come to the New York suburbs? A proposal in Westchester County would require that businesses and some home offices with wireless network install separate firewalled servers or face fines of up to $500. » More

[11/03/2005] Flu doctors to be given police guards
POLICE guards will be placed on doctors’ surgeries and NHS clinics in the event of a flu pandemic to stop panicking crowds from trying to get their hands on antiviral drugs. » More

[11/02/2005] Cops say hard drives justify 90 day jail without trial
As everyone moves to 400GB hard drives soon, shouldn\'t we instead give the cops the benefit of the doubt and let them bang up people without trial for 180 days. » More

[11/01/2005] Chertoff: Preparedness Depends on People
Stockpiling supplies and developing family response plans in case disaster strikes not only might save lives — it\'s also a civic duty, Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff said Monday in an interview with The Associated Press. » More

[10/25/2005] Agency takes Iowa baby from parents
The Woodbury County Department of Human Services has taken a 2-month-old boy away from his parents because they are mentally disabled. » More

[10/25/2005] Police are given shoot-to-kill powers in domestic violence and stalking cases
Scotland Yard\'s \"shoot to kill\" strategy has been widened to include other offences such as kidnapping, stalking and domestic violence, The Independent has learned. » More

[10/24/2005] Harper\'s Magazine: We Now Live in a Fascist State
I think we can look forward with confidence to character-building bankruptcies, picturesque bread riots, thrilling cavalcades of splendidly costumed motorcycle police » More

[10/19/2005] Open season on DNA may not be far away
Want to keep your DNA out of the hands of the government? Think your DNA is too private to be forced to give to government bureaucrats to analyze, catalog, share, retain indefinitely and possibly abuse? Tough luck. » More

[10/18/2005] Eminent Domain in N.J. - Now They Just Steal Land
\"They want to steal my land,\" Segal told the Newark Star-Ledger. \"What right do they have when I intend to do the exact same thing they want to do with my property?\" » More

[10/17/2005] Nazi march canceled when police disperse rock-throwing protesters
A crowd protesting a white supremacists\' march Saturday turned violent, throwing baseball-sized rocks at police, vandalizing vehicles and stores, and setting fire to a neighborhood bar, authorities said. » More

[10/17/2005] Police to test drivers for drug abuse
POLICE are to carry out trials of a roadside detector to combat the growing menace of drug-driving. Government scientists are developing a portable device capable of screening motorists for traces of all illegal substances. » More

[10/15/2005] Judge sued for ordering \'no-speech zones\'
A judge who declared all public areas of Los Angeles County courthouses \"no speech zones\" has been hit with a federal civil rights lawsuit. » More

[10/15/2005] Ga. Tech Student Arrested for Making Bomb
A Georgia Tech freshman has been arrested after confessing to making a bottle bomb that exploded in a campus courtyard and led to the evacuation of two dormitories, authorities said. » More

[10/11/2005] California H.S. Issuing Breathalyzers
Students who attend homecoming dances this weekend will be doing some heavy breathing - into Breathalyzers. » More

[10/11/2005] Did local vice cops cross the line?
Lynnwood police concede they engaged in \"rarely used\" tactics during an undercover investigation into a suspected prostitution ring. » More

[10/10/2005] Revealed: police\'s new supergun will blast rioters off their feet
British defence scientists are working on a new generation of weapons which includes microwaves, lasers and chemical guns that could be used to quell riots » More

[10/08/2005] New York\'s Finest Intelligence Agency
The NYPD has their own CIA-like organization, set up by former spooks, with \"agents\" all over the world. » More

[10/07/2005] Woman Booted Off Flight For Anti-Bush Shirt
A Washington state woman was bounced from a Southwest Airlines flight in Reno for wearing a T-shirt with the pictures of President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney and the F-word. » More

[10/07/2005] AOL Time-Warner Censors Alex Jones Websites
Time Warner\'s ISP, Road Runner, has blocked access to all of Alex Jones\' flagship websites across the entire United States. » More

[10/06/2005] Domestic Defense: Total Information Awareness
Could proposed new intelligence-gathering powers for the Pentagon lead to spying on U.S. citizens? The question is being asked as the White House considers new roles for the military inside America\'s borders.\n » More

[08/04/2005] Thousands of armed police prepared to shoot to kill deploy in London to \"reassure\" public
Comment: Doesn\'t it make you feel warm and fuzzy inside, knowing there are armed cops everywhere, who have been instructed to shoot to kill anyone who appears nervous or sweaty? Why would you feel nervous or sweaty? The cops love... » More

[07/31/2005] New Weapons for Infowarriors
Great new resources to help Infowars readers fight the NWO including new video from Martial Law 9-11: Rise of the Police State and a fantastic new companion website for the film. » More

[06/17/2005] Justice Gone Bad In Tulia, Texas
The West Texas defendants -- White and Moore among them -- who were falsely accused and then improperly convicted for drug trafficking represent the flip side of the legal lollapalooza we’ve seen lately in the Peterson and Stewart cases. » More

[03/19/2004] Man Goes to Jail for Puting a Sign in his Yard
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