Charlottesville proves how close we are to civil war in the US — and politicians want it that way.
In a stunning departure from lengthy precedent, a federal appeals court has ruled citizens have no right to film politicians and police in public.
For better or worse, the debate over childhood vaccines rages on — but a crackdown on skeptics in Western nations now includes mandatory inoculation.
RFID chips are in the news again, this time as employees volunteer for implants — but the chips' convenience lures more to implants before the impact on rights can be assessed.
Investigative journalist Kurt Eichenwald was targeted by Wikileaks and provoked a rage-filled Twitter rant from the mainstream media's poster boy.
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A new bill could make criminals of Americans who choose to boycott Israel — slapping them with 20 years in prison and up to $1 million criminal penalties for violations.
Ten years ago today, the US military carried out an attack, killing two Reuters journalists and at least ten other innocents, video of which was leaked by Chelsea Manning and published by Wikileaks.
Parents could be fined $20,000 for giving kids smartphones, should a legislative initiative pass — but the proposal evinces everything wrong with the Nanny State.
Newly-obtained documents show the Pentagon and CIA have enormous influence over Hollywood — its pro-war propaganda must be accepted or the government packs its assistance and goes home.