While the federal government continues to give itself more power, one state has passed a law that bans NSA data collection without due process.
New data shows that an overwhelming majority of the people targeted by police facial recognition are innocent, and the departments continue to use the faulty software.
As government attempts to track every purchase to increase their power, Australia is spearheading this war on cash by outlawing any purchases in cash over $10,000.
Recently released documents from a U.S. government counterterrorism center detailed research into weapons that can be used for remote mind control.
Justin Amash is countering this bill with legislation that would seek to end the government's ongoing practice of warrantless searches and seizures.
U.S. officials admit they are not planning on shutting down the government's warrantless spying program, even if it is not reauthorized by 2018.
The suspect in the NYC Terrorist Attack was reportedly interviewed by federal agents in 2015 under the suspicion that he had ties to terrorists.
The media blackout is blatantly evident as the government prepares to pass another All-American titled bill that strips away liberty with no accountability.
The victim of the first ISIS-claimed terrorist attack on U.S. soil is now suing the FBI for encouraging, directing and aiding the suspects.
Just as 9/11 served as an excuse to pass the Patriot Act, the Las Vegas shooting could be used to pass the USA Liberty Act—which does nothing for liberty.