A peaceful video that simply called out the militarism in Israel, has been blocked by YouTube in 28 countries, including the United Kingdom showing the power of their information control.
The US government has admitted to spending a whopping $9 million to carry out political reform in Albania at the behest of George Soros.
While thousands of teachers in Oklahoma protest for more funding from the state government, taxpayers are spending millions covering up fraud committed by state agencies that face no accountability.
Residents of a town in Illinois were just handed down an unconstitutional decree from their local government, they now have 60 days to give up their guns or be fined up to $1000 per day.
Many Americans believe that since Martin Luther King Jr. was such an outspoken advocate for peace that he chose not to practice his right to self-defense and own guns -- this is wrong.
DARE has been around for decades, despite the fact that every single study done on the program has shown that it was ineffective at best, and counterproductive at worst.
New details have been released in the FBI's investigation into the Las Vegas shooting that suggest high-ranking officials have kept important information from the public.
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.
The Saudi crown prince is admitting that "there are people from Saudi Arabia who financed terrorist groups," days after a judge ruled that the families of 9/11 victims can move forward with their lawsuit against the kingdom.
These governments say that they are protecting their citizens from misinformation, but what they are really doing is protecting themselves from competition.