Category Archives: Civil Liberties

Huckabee: Does Library of Congress need weapons?

WND | August 19, 2014

Does the Library of Congress need weapons?

How about the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration?

National Guard Ordered Onto Streets of Ferguson, Missouri

NBC | August 18, 2014

Missouri’s governor ordered the National Guard onto the streets of Ferguson early Monday after another night of violence following the shooting of an unarmed black teen by police in the St. Louis suburb.

Infowars Reporters Tear Gassed After Leaving Police-Run Press Zone

Infowars | August 17, 2014

By Mikael Thalen

Infowars reporters were hit with tear gas by Ferguson police Sunday after defying the designated press zone to document protesters breaking curfew.

Pentagon fueled Ferguson Confrontation

USA Today | August 14, 2014

By David Mastio and Kelsey Rupp

Department of Defense provided surplus military vehicles, rifles, pistols to local police departments.

Shock Video: Ferguson Police Deliberately Tear Gas Journalists

Infowars | August 14, 2014

By Paul Joseph Watson

Shocking footage out of Ferguson, Missouri shows that police are deliberately targeting journalists as part of a military-style crackdown that has caused outrage, with even Newsweek acknowledging that U.S. law enforcement is now akin to an occupying army.

Chinese scientists develop camera to spot stressed out people

South China Morning Post | August 12, 2014

By Stephen Chen

Home-grown imaging technology has the potential to help police scan a sea of people for signs of individuals under extreme stress

Chinese scientists are developing a mini-camera to scan crowds for highly stressed individuals, offering law-enforcement officers a potential tool to spot would-be suicide bombers.

Agri-Terrorism? Feds Shut Down Seed Library in Pennsylvania

Infowars | August 4, 2014

By Paul Joseph Watson

In yet another example of the federal government’s war on self-sufficiency, the U.S. Department of Agriculture shut down a seed library in Pennsylvania, claiming that a system whereby residents could borrow heirloom seeds and then replace them at harvest time was a violation of the 2004 Seed Act, while a commissioner warned that such behavior could lead to “agri-terrorism.”