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Couple Spied On, Raided And Kidnapped By Feds For Peaceful Posts Questioning Government

A couple was ambushed, arrested and detained for 13 hours with no explanation before they learned that the evidence against them consisted of a stack of papers that contained detailed screenshots of posts from their social media accounts. (TFTP) The owners of a tactical supply company were violently arrested and then detained for hours with Read More…

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Starting Tomorrow, Feds Can Hack Millions of Devices with One Warrant

On Thursday, December 1, a vital Supreme Court order is set to go into effect that dramatically expands the surveillance power of federal agents. The impending alteration to Rule 41 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure softens the legal requirements for obtaining search and seizure warrants that grant the government remote access to individual’s Read More…

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Martial Law Exercise? Feds Going Door-To-Door In Florida Asking For Urine Samples Amid Zika Outbreak

Officials have said that at least four people in Florida have contracted the Zika virus and warn that the virus now appears to be spreading domestically either through contact with mosquitoes or direct human-to-human transmission. Until recently, the virus only appeared in individuals infected outside of the United States, primarily in South America. In an Read More…

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Feds Say Prisons Bring Economic Benefits to Communities, But it’s all a Pack of Lies

While the myth of ‘American exceptionalism’ continues to plague the thoughts of politicians and TV infotainment “news” channels, it behooves us to recall some actual things in which America excels. Military spending, arms sales, prescription drug use and obesity rates are some of the more notorious ones, but no country comes close to the number Read More…

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Feds Helped Hide Investigation into Big Bank’s Money Laundering for Drug Cartels

A federal judge ruled last week that the Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC) will be forced to share a report on its business practices with the public — a decision both the bank and the Department of Justice (DOJ) fought in court to prevent. The report is based on the findings of an Read More…