Jerry Robinson | Gestapo-like tactics implemented in Boston last week by military-style police are just a small sign of things to come in America.
KTVU | Participating departments told KTVU they were “not at liberty to discuss” what the action concerned.
AFP | Israeli security officials at Ben Gurion airport are legally allowed to demand access to tourists’ email accounts and deny them entry if they refuse, the country’s top legal official said on Wednesday.
NBC Los Angeles | LA City Attorney announces settlement for two women mistakenly shot at during frenzied manhunt.
RT | “Difficult for prosecutors to convict police personnel because using force is ‘part of their job.’”
Infowars.com | Large sections of the Bill of Rights are now moribund.
Mike Adams | FBI now pushing a false script rather than pursuing real evidence.
Jon Rappoport | Media outlets are busy trying to make connections between home-made pressure-cooker bombs and “right-wing extremists.”
Infowars.com | History repeats itself.
Daily Caller | Piece argues that if the perpetrator of the attack is identified as a Muslim, conservative Republicans will use the tragedy to block Obama administration policy goals.
Baltimore Sun | The officer remains the subject of an administrative probe.
Infowars.com | Cops think indoor gardener is pot grower.
New York Post | Fear allows the Police State to take over in New York City.
Boston Herald | Copley Square will remain ‘locked down’.
torrentfreak.com | Italy has targeted more than two dozen BitTorrent, cyberlocker and other file-sharing sites.
Infowars.com | Insurance company makes a joke about TSA’s serial molestation.
Mikael Thalen | 77-year-old Alzheimer’s sufferer smacks head after being tazered; later dies in hospital.
Infowars.com | Before your next traffic stop, arm yourself with knowledge.
Karen DeCoster | Innocent citizens being stopped for myriad “violations” are being treated as road felons.
Adan Salazar | Cell phone video shows police beating man.
Courthouse News | Obama’s proposed 2014 budget for the Department of Justice will spend $4.1 billion more on prisons than on “national security.”
denverpost.com | Effort to expand DNA collection to misdemeanor convictions has raised concerns about privacy issues.
J.D. Heyes | Often is the time when the mainstream media has been little more than a shill or an echo chamber for President Barack Obama.
Courthouse News | Background checks for citizens, none for law enforcement.
Infowars.com | Antonio was arrested in early 2012 for protesting against police abuse and again later in the year for “cop watching” in Austin.
Mike Adams | All those who value free speech, art, public protests, internet blogs and due process should be waging an all-out information war right now to defend the Second Amendment.
Daily Mail | Dead or alive, you’re coming with me.
L.A. Times | Detective says training sessions began after several sovereigns pulled over by Greensboro police in 2008/09 refused to produce driver’s licenses.
The Plain Dealer | ACLU says courts are not holding required hearings to determine whether a person is indigent; those who are cannot legally be jailed for failure to pay fines.
Huffington Post Quebec | Woman says, “I do not even know who he is, Ian Lafreniere.”
ACLU | Paul Schlosser is lucky to be alive. The next Paul Schlosser might not be so lucky.
J.D. Heyes | How insanely out-of-control has the war on drugs become?
Infowars.com| Considering the lyrical and personal history of “Tha Doggfather”, real name: Calvin Cordozar Broadus, Jr., the very notion that he is suddenly anti-gun is laughable.
Sky News | 8 officers arrested after cameras capture police car driving away after motorcycle drive-by shooting of two teens.
New American | President Obama announced Tuesday his plan to spend $100 million to “revolutionize our understanding of the human mind.”
Washington’s Blog | Government agencies such as FEMA are allegedly teaching that the Founding Fathers should be considered terrorists.
Becky Akers | A friend I’ll call Sam Smith writes that he flies “a lot for business.”
Conor Friedersdorf | Does anyone else feel as though a majority of Americans are unenthusiastic about living in a surveillance state?
Natural News | Didn’t you know? Dodgeball equals bullying
Adan Salazar | Due process burned alive.
New American | The Obama administration and its controversial Department of Homeland Security are under fire for sending what is being described as a “chilling” message to U.S. Border Patrol agents demanding “obedience.
gunssavelives.net | FPSRussia is one of the most well known channels on Youtube.
Adan Salazar | “The officer told me to stop resisting, punched me in the face and said ‘do you want to die today’.”
Mike Adams | The USDA “census of agriculture” is a government-run farm surveillance program.
DNAinfo | Socializing online is landing criminals in custody.
Press TV | Security forces arrested some 200 students marking the first anniversary of massive protests against tuition increases in Canada.
CBS DFW | Unfortunately, troopers face no charges for violating the women’s Fourth Amendment protections.
Youtube | “Actually I think it would have been the last three presidents, but who’s counting?”
RT.com | $49 million to build a new prison building at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba “for special detainees” as well as carry out other “necessary” renovations…
The Guardian | Officer secretly recorded conversation with his supervisor in which he is apparently told to target ‘male blacks 14 to 21.’