Month: December 2013

Californians outraged after police acquire military armored vehicle to patrol cityNWO

Californians outraged after police acquire military armored vehicle to patrol city

Police in Salinas, California are under fire after the department acquired a heavily armored military vehicle for SWAT team operations.
NSA review group member wants to expand data collection programBig Brother

NSA review group member wants to expand data collection program

A review group hand-picked by United States President Barack Obama said last week that the National Security Agency needs to
US schools attempted to ban 49 books in 2013Interesting News

US schools attempted to ban 49 books in 2013

Censorship in American schools and libraries is on the rise as more institutions attempt to ban books tackling racial and
NSA slayer calls for firings at CNNBig Brother

NSA slayer calls for firings at CNN

The attorney whose case produced a judge’s ruling that the National Security Agency’s personal phone-data-collection program likely is unconstitutional is
Marijuana is far safer than many foods we commonly consume… DEA JudgeInteresting News

Marijuana is far safer than many foods we commonly consume… DEA Judge

“The evidence is overwhelming that marijuana can relieve certain types of pain, nausea, vomiting and other symptoms caused by such
​NYPD commissioner Kelly joins powerful foreign policy think-tankMore News

​NYPD commissioner Kelly joins powerful foreign policy think-tank

Outgoing New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly will join the dominant foreign policy think-tank Council on Foreign Relations following his
Has the mystery of nine skiers who died in the Siberian wilderness in 1959 been SOLVED?The Unknown

Has the mystery of nine skiers who died in the Siberian wilderness in 1959 been SOLVED?

A mysterious case of nine experienced skiers who died in bizarre circumstances on an expedition into Siberia may have been
14 dead, 130 injured as explosion destroys police office in EgyptTerrorism

14 dead, 130 injured as explosion destroys police office in Egypt

Explosions at a police headquarters in Mansoura, Egypt, early Tuesday morning killed at least 14 people and injured 130, according
Obama hints at military action in South SudanRandom News

Obama hints at military action in South Sudan

United States President Barack Obama told members of Congress on Sunday that American efforts in South Sudan could be ramped
Inventor of AK-47 rifle Mikhail Kalashnikov dies at 94Random News

Inventor of AK-47 rifle Mikhail Kalashnikov dies at 94

The inventor of the iconic AK-47 assault rifle, Mikhail Kalashnikov, has died at the age of 94. His ingenuity earned
Russia’s second next-gen nuclear sub enters serviceWar News

Russia’s second next-gen nuclear sub enters service

On Monday, the Russian Navy’s second Borey-class nuclear-powered submarine, the Aleksandr Nevsky, has entered service. The sub is part of
Snowden will help Germany investigate NSA spying if granted asylumInteresting News

Snowden will help Germany investigate NSA spying if granted asylum

Edward Snowden is offering Germany his help with investigating NSA spying activities on its soil, if Berlin grants him political
Obsolete credit card tech makes US prime Target for fraudstersEconomy & Money

Obsolete credit card tech makes US prime Target for fraudsters

The attack on millions of customers’ credit cards at retailer Target has exposed the outdated security tools used in banking.
​Major computer security firm RSA took $10 mln from NSA to weaken encryptionFeatured News

​Major computer security firm RSA took $10 mln from NSA to weaken encryption

The National Security Agency arranged a clandestine US$10 million contract with computer security power RSA that allowed the spy agency
ACLU: 2/3 of US population lives in “constitution free zone”NWO

ACLU: 2/3 of US population lives in “constitution free zone”

The problem Normally under the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, the American people are not generally subject to random
Snowden ally Applebaum says his Berlin apartment subject to raidsInteresting News

Snowden ally Applebaum says his Berlin apartment subject to raids

Jacob Appelbaum, a Berlin-based US journalist with access to some of Edward Snowden’s documents, claims there have been a series
‘Comedy of errors’: Sensitive FBI interrogation manual surfaces at Library of CongressInteresting News

‘Comedy of errors’: Sensitive FBI interrogation manual surfaces at Library of Congress

An FBI agent who authored a secret bureau interrogation manual made the seemingly unusual decision to submit the document for