In the Twitterverse, TSA Gets a Really Bad Rap
“We wanted to determine if social media played into what people think about the TSA.”
by Lisa Rein
Obama pushing for ‘largest gun grab in American history’: NRA
“The implications of this policy are too far reaching to fathom at present.”
by Jessica Chasmar

A Terrorism Expert's Secret Relationship with the FBI
The U.S. government has paid Kohlmann and his company at least $1.4 million for testifying in trials.
by Trevor Aaronson
DEA Gives Workers' Comp to Questionable Drug Informants
DEA used “over 240 confidential sources without rigorous review.”
by Melanie Batley

Police arrest US teen who built gun-firing drone
Stemmed from an incident last Sunday and a physical altercation with officers, police department said.
by AFP
Military exercise Black Dart to tackle nightmare drone scenario
“Even though we’ve been looking at [the small drone threat], it’s taken on a new sense of urgency.”
by Chuck Ross

Fiat Chrysler will recall vehicles over hacking worries
Days after a magazine report showed hackers could wirelessly take control of some functions of a Jeep Cherokee.
by David Shepardson
Report Predicts Drones and Supersoldiers Are the Future of Warfare
In the world envisioned, armed drones will patrol the skies searching for enemy targets to eliminate.
by Matthew Dunn


Nanny State of the Week: Lawsuit Challenges Seattle Trash Snooping
Seattle is on the cutting edge of nanny state-ism with a new citywide ban on throwing any compostable material into the trash, no matter how gross, smelly or disgusting it might be.
by Eric Boehm
NSA Is Destroying The Essence Of Humanity
No privacy = no freedom.
by The Alex Jones Show

NSA Whistleblower: This Is Minority Report
Former technical director warns of advanced surveillance capabilities.
by Infowars.com
Julian Assange: 'We Are Drowning in Material'
The conflict has made us much tougher, producing the WikiLeaks you see today.
by Michael Sontheimer

Big Brother Barack Wants You In A Race Database
Obama wants racial data on YOU.
by The Alex Jones Show
The DEA Just Cancelled Its Contract With Hacking Team
More customer defections likely in wake of massive hack.
by Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai

TSA sued over airport body scanners
Case comes on the heels of a scathing inspector general report.
by Fox News
Assange Offers to Release Unredacted List of German NSA Spy Targets
Assange claims to have full copies of lists.
by Sputnik