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Presidential Crimes Then And Now ~ Paul Craig Roberts

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts Paul Craig Roberts.org January 27, 2016   Presidential Crimes Then And Now Are Nixon’s and the Reagan administration’s crimes noticable on the scale of Clinton’s, George W. Bush’s, and Obama’s?     Not much remains of the once vibrant American left-wing. Among the brainwashed remnants there is such a hatred […]

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Judge Napolitano: Hard to Believe FBI Won’t Recommend Indictment of Hillary

By Adam Dick Ron Paul Institute January 23, 2016   Judge Napolitano: Hard to Believe FBI Won’t Recommend Indictment of Hillary   Tick tock, tick tock. The clock is ticking on the investigation of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for illegal handling of United States government secrets. It is three weeks until the first-in-the-nation […]


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Your Smart Home Knows a Lot About You

Your Smart Home Knows a Lot About You   By Lauren Kirchner ProPublica October 9, 2015     How much does your smart home know about you? That was the question that Charles Givre, a data scientist at Booz Allen Hamilton, set out to answer in a recent experiment. Givre has an account on Wink, […]


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How the American government is trying to control what you think

By Against Crony Capitalism September 28, 2015   How the American government is trying to control what you think     People in Washington DC are very concerned with “narratives” and “optics.” Such things drive the place in many respects.(Second only to money, and the 2 are entwined.) How do people think about stories? How […]


The BBC’s Credibility Crisis is Terminal

By Ulson Gunnar New Eastern Outlook September 15, 2015   The BBC’s Credibility Crisis is Terminal     The BBC is seeking to establish a Russian version of its World Service. It claims it must do so to counter the well-funded “propaganda” of Russia’s RT. The UK Independent’s article, “BBC to face down Vladimir Putin with […]

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Cyber Bill Gives Companies Perfect Cover to Gut Your Privacy

By Sandra Fulton Freepress.net July 30, 2015   Cyber Bill Gives Companies Perfect Cover to Gut Your Privacy Following several high-profile data breaches — such as those at Sony and the U.S. Office of Personnel Management — Congress is once again feeling the pressure to push “cybersecurity” legislation.     he problem is, the bill […]


We Are Now All Prisoners of the Information Age

By Bill Bonner Bonner & Partners July 22, 2015   We Are Now All Prisoners of the Information Age     Somewhere in Northern Alberta – “The train will stop for 20 minutes to take on water,” said a voice over the loudspeaker. We had been rolling for a day and a half. It would […]

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Are You Ready for the e-PATRIOT Act?

By Mark Nestmann Nestmann.com June 30, 2015   Are You Ready for the e-PATRIOT Act?     Earlier this month, news emerged that the US government had suffered its worst cyberattack ever. On June 4, the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) revealed that hackers had penetrated its networks, possibly for many months. The data thieves […]


Truth Is A Crime Against The State

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts Paul Craig Roberts.org June 29, 2015   Truth Is A Crime Against The State   The entire Western edifice rests on lies. There is no other foundation. Just lies. This makes truth an enemy. Enemies have to be suppressed, and thus truth has to be suppressed. Truth comes from foreign […]

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Under the U.S. Sarbanes-Oxley Act, clearing your browser history could land you a felony charge for destroying records in a federal investigation — whether you realize you're under investigation or not. (Shutterstock/amaze646)

Clearing your browser history can be deemed ‘obstruction of justice’ in the U.S.

By Lauren O’Neil CBC News June 9, 2015 9:39 AM ET   Clearing your browser history can be deemed ‘obstruction of justice’ in the U.S. Boston Marathon bomber’s acquaintance could face 20 years in prison for deleting files     Next week, a 24-year-old man who knew Boston Marathon bombers Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev is scheduled to appear in U.S. Federal […]


Cybersecurity and the Tylenol Murders

By Cindy Cohn Electronic Frontier Foundation May 31, 2015   Cybersecurity and the Tylenol Murders     When a criminal started lacing Tylenol capsules with cyanide in 1982, Johnson & Johnson quickly sprang into action to ensure consumer safety. It increased its internal production controls, recalled the capsules, offered an exchange for tablets, and within […]

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NSA Spying Ruled Illegal, But Will Congress Save the Program Anyway?

By Ron Paul Ron Paul Institute May 11, 2015     NSA Spying Ruled Illegal, But Will Congress Save the Program Anyway?   This week the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the NSA’s metadata collection program was not authorized in US law. The PATRIOT Act, under which the program began, was too vague, […]


Government Releases Massive Trove of Data on Doctors’ Prescribing Patterns

By Charles Ornstein ProPublica May 1, 2015 Government Releases Massive Trove of Data on Doctors’ Prescribing Patterns The move follows a ProPublica investigation showing that Medicare did little to find dangerous prescribing by doctors to seniors and the disabled. It is also part of the government’s new push to bring transparency to taxpayer-supported medical care. […]

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