Month: May 2015

NSA spy powers enshrined in Patriot Act to expire at midnight ESTBig Brother

NSA spy powers enshrined in Patriot Act to expire at midnight EST

Controversial provisions of the Patriot Act authorizing government surveillance programs have expired after the Senate failed to vote for extension.
Young American Muslims would rather live under Sharia law, filmmaker discoversMore News

Young American Muslims would rather live under Sharia law, filmmaker discovers

A US film maker, Amy Horowitz, went out onto the streets of Minneapolis to speak to young Muslims and found
Federal court dismisses govt appeal to block release of Gitmo force-feeding videosTerrorism

Federal court dismisses govt appeal to block release of Gitmo force-feeding videos

The latest decision by the Washington DC federal appeals court has become a temporary defeat for the Obama administration, seeking
Silk Road creator sentenced to life in prisonFeatured News

Silk Road creator sentenced to life in prison

Ross Ulbricht, the convicted creator of the Silk Road online drug bazaar, has been sentenced to life in prison. The
NSA says it will keep phone records even if surveillance program endsBig Brother

NSA says it will keep phone records even if surveillance program ends

The National Security Agency has said it will lock down and mothball its archive of US citizens’ phone records if
Adios, Hola! Popular privacy-minded browser plug-in has backdoor for hackersMore News

Adios, Hola! Popular privacy-minded browser plug-in has backdoor for hackers

An online service that claims to offer 46 million users a free and secure way to browse the web anonymously
WHO cancer division to rule on widespread herbicide’s carcinogenic hazardFood & Health News

WHO cancer division to rule on widespread herbicide’s carcinogenic hazard

The World Health Organization is set to deliver a verdict on the potential danger of 2,4-D herbicides widely used in
Ex-Georgian president, wanted at home, becomes governor in UkraineMore News

Ex-Georgian president, wanted at home, becomes governor in Ukraine

Georgia’s former President Mikhail Saakashvili, wanted by his country’s prosecutors for embezzlement, abuse of power and politically-motivated attacks, has been
‘Manspreading’: New misdemeanor plaguing NYC subway, first arrests reportedPolice State

‘Manspreading’: New misdemeanor plaguing NYC subway, first arrests reported

Making yourself comfortable on a NY subway train could land you in hot water, especially if you occupy too much
New Zealand’s spy agency forced to apologize for calling Kim Dotcom ‘fatty’Random News

New Zealand’s spy agency forced to apologize for calling Kim Dotcom ‘fatty’

The Security Intelligence Service of New Zealand (SIS) was forced to publicly apologize to internet tycoon Kim Dotcom after the
FBISkySpies Information about the Secretive Aircraft flying over US citiesFeatured News

FBISkySpies Information about the Secretive Aircraft flying over US cities

Below is a listing of 100 aircraft registered to shell companies that do not exist. The US Department of Justice
Martial law in Ukraine can be declared within hours – PoroshenkoWar News

Martial law in Ukraine can be declared within hours – Poroshenko

Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko says he can declare martial law in his country within hours, in case there is an
Former House Speaker indicted on federal chargesMore News

Former House Speaker indicted on federal charges

Former House of Representatives Speaker Dennis Hastert was indicted by federal prosecutors Thursday for allegedly lying to the FBI over
EPA wants ‘pesticide-free zones’ to curb honeybee deathsFood & Health News

EPA wants ‘pesticide-free zones’ to curb honeybee deaths

Regulators in the United States are generating a buzz by proposing new rules that would establish temporary pesticide-free zones as
​FCC proposes subsidizing internet access for poorRandom News

​FCC proposes subsidizing internet access for poor

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is looking into expanding a service that helps the poor pay their phone bills so
Blue Bell Ice Cream Trucks Within Military Convoy… Jade Helm?Conspiracy or Not

Blue Bell Ice Cream Trucks Within Military Convoy… Jade Helm?

Below is a very interesting video of Blue Bell Ice Cream Trucks being seen in a military convoy. There was
NSA director wants ‘maritime’ law for internetInteresting News

NSA director wants ‘maritime’ law for internet

International partners should embrace a sort of “Law of the Sea” for the internet, the head of the United States
Live anthrax shipped across states by accident – PentagonFeatured News

Live anthrax shipped across states by accident – Pentagon

The Pentagon says that live anthrax was inadvertently shipped across state lines from a military lab in Utah to nine