Leaked Document Reveals Government Paid Millions to PRISM Participants
Julie Wilson | Government offered millions to tech companies in exchange for unlimited consumer data access.

by Julie Wilson

NYC Council overturns Bloomberg's veto on 'stop-and-frisk'
RT | Only 10 percent of all NYPD stops result in arrest. Guns are found in less than 0.2 percent of stops.

by RT


San Diego Craigslist Ad Searches for "Surveillance Role Players"
Julie Wilson | Company specializing in response to “National Security challenges” seeks new employees.

by Julie Wilson

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Planet Infowars | There is no such thing as a terrorist 9/11 truther because 9/11 truthers believe terrorism helps the government.

by Planet Infowars


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Julie Wilson | “Then he started tying everybody down and it just got really scary.”

by Julie Wilson

Endless Terror Drills Militarize America
Julie Wilson | State and local governments continue to beef up their response teams, expending millions in the process.

by Julie Wilson


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Reuters | Judge calls New York stop and frisk tactic “indirect racial profiling.”

by Reuters

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Reuters | Bomb threats only cause full evacuations a couple of times a year.

by Reuters



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Reuters | “This program has stopped dozens of terrorist attacks,”

by Reuters

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Yahoo News | “Also, what not to wear through a #LGA checkpoint.”

by Yahoo News


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NBC | The government is expanding the ways airline passengers can enroll in expedited screening programs.

by NBC

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Infowars.com | “All tyranny needs to gain a foothold, is for people in good conscience to remain silent.” – Thomas Jefferson

by Infowars.com


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WND | “The Obama administration’s unprecedented stonewalling on basic information about the bin Laden operation makes a mockery of President Obama’s promises of transparency.”

by WND

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The Washington Post | “We are not right-wing, left-wing or Jewish. But we want to show that Israel has a place in this region.”

by The Washington Post


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CBS Boston | The story delivers “a riveting and heartbreaking account of how a charming kid with a bright future became a monster.”

by CBS Boston

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Anthony Gucciardi | Silverstein, doesn’t think that his $5 billion in insurance payments are enough to reimburse his losses during 9/11.

by Anthony Gucciardi