A young couple ask a police officer for directions, but the cop had other ideas.Read more »
"He said, put your hands behind your back. I said for what. Next thing you know he tackled me down on the ground," said Bratton.
Baker said, "I was just crying. I guess he got mad because I was crying or something, then he just took it out and just tased me."Read more »
Is Microsoft Spying On You Via Skype Or Not?
Back in May, we brought you news that Microsoft had moved Skype from P2P to its own dedicated Linux-based servers. At the time, it was funny because Microsoft was using Linux servers instead of Windows Servers to host Skype, but things have become a little more worrisome since then.Read more »
Mothers in large problem families should be “ashamed” of the damage they are doing to society and stop having children, a senior government adviser warns today. They are going to take steps to stop this!Read more »
How to Escape from Zip Ties
We chose these because realistically if someone was determined to go out and buy zip ties to use to illegally restrain someone, they’d likely hit the local hardware store and find the toughest ones they could.Read more »
Officers with the San Francisco Police Department in Northern California shot a man believed to have a knife this morning, but preliminary reports suggest that the victim was in handcuffs while the authorities opened fire.Read more »
Governmental Secrecy: Shield for Tyranny, Incompetence, and Corruption
An essential pillar of democracy is openness. There is no way that people can meaningfully participate in government, even if only by voting for representatives, if they do not have access to accurate information related to government operations. This was well understood by the founders of the US and embedded in the Bill of Rights. Conversely, a salient characteristic of undemocratic systems of all types, such as Czarist Russia, the Soviet Union, and Nazi Germany is a high degree of governmental secrecy.Read more »
'American Drug War: The Last White Hope'
A Film by Kevin Booth
Uploaded by TheStraight911Truth
Thirty-five years after Nixon started the war on drugs, we have over 1 million nonviolent drug offenders living behind bars.
The War on Drugs has become the longest and most costly war in American history. The question has become, how much more can the country endure. Inspired by the death of four family members from "legal drugs," Texas filmmaker Kevin Booth sets out to discover why the Drug War has become such a big failure.Read more »
5th & Spring Downtown LA Chalk Walk Protest Draws Riot PoliceRead more »
Discusses the Department of Homeland Securities new sensor that they are developing/deploying. It claims it can read you on a molecular level, identify you, and determine any substances you have on you or have used. It can do all of this from a range of up to 50 meters. They claim it will go into deployment within 2 years, more likely a year.Read more »
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