With the announcement that a Remotely Piloted Aircraft (drone) command center will open at the Horsham Air Guard Base (located in Montgomery county, Pennsylvania) in October local activists from all parts of the political spectrum came together and swung into action. On April 27, 2013 about one hundred protesters marched to the base's main gate and held a rally they called Drone Free Horsham.Read more »
A long term Gallup poll recently measured Pakistans disapproval of United States' leadership at 92%, with only a 4% approval. The lowest approval ever measured in the country by Gallup.
And it is no wonder why, if you are paying attention.Read more »
The big news this week is a secret memo from the Justice Department titled, “Lawfulness of a Lethal Operation Directed Against a U.S. Citizen.” It was leaked to NBC News, and details the legal justification the Obama Administration believes legitimizes drone strikes on American citizens. When this story broke, most people’s first thought was of Imam Anwar al Awlaki and his 16 year old son, two American citizens assassinated in Yemen by the Obama Administration in two distinct drone strikes, but my first thought was the Free State Project.Read more »
President Barack Obama ramped up drone strikes in Pakistan when he took office in 2009. There were 53 attacks that year, more than in the previous five years combined. Many Pakistanis oppose the attacks because they believe they mostly kill civilians, an allegation denied by the U.S. Independent research indicates that a majority of those killed are militants, but civilian casualties also occur.Read more »
US detention of Imran Khan part of trend to harass anti-drone advocates --
The vindictive humiliation of Pakistan's most popular politician shows the US government's intolerance for dissent
More proof the Obama administration is a just a continuation of American imperialism and aggression and the left-right paradigm is an absolute lie and distraction from the agenda of these war-mongers.Read more »
Why let the government be the only one with drones? Build your own before they ban your ability to do so.Read more »
Houston area law enforcement agency is prepared to launch an unmanned drone that could someday carry weapons, Local 2 Investigates reported Friday.
The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office in Conroe paid $300,000 in federal homeland security grant money and Friday it received the ShadowHawk unmanned helicopter made by Vanguard Defense Industries.Read more »
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