Washington’s Blog By John Whitehead “Jesus is too much for us. The church’s later treatment of the gospels is one long effort to rescue Jesus from ‘extremism.’”—author Gary Wills, What Jesus Meant Jesus was good. He was caring. He had powerful, profound things to say—things that would change how we view people, alter government… Read More The Radical Jesus: How Would the Baby in a Manger Fare in the American Police State?
Activist Post By Chris “Kikila” Perrin Police surveillance is, one might argue, necessary. In an effort to detect and arrest criminals, the police require a certain array of tactics that can help them gather evidence that leads to prosecution of guilty parties. Problems arise, however, when that surveillance and investigation transcend the direct, the… Read More Surveillance State Continues Growing Out Of Control Thanks To Stingray
Activist Post By Derrick Broze To understand the plans of tyrants we must examine past attempts to destroy liberty in the name of security. To understand where we are today we must understand what might have been. In Part 2 of this series we take a look at the infamous Patriot Act II. In… Read More The Roots Of Today’s Tyranny: The Patriot Act II
Liberty Blitzkrieg by Michael Krieger “This production, which we believe is just the tip of the iceberg, is a window into the nationwide scope of the FBI’s surveillance, monitoring, and reporting on peaceful protestors organizing with the Occupy movement. FBI documents just obtained by the Partnership for Civil Justice Fund (PCJF) pursuant to the… Read More Republican Senators Use Orlando Shooting to Push for Increased Government Spying Powers
The Rutherford Institute by John Whitehead “Those who corrupt the public mind are just as evil as those who steal from the public purse.”—Adlai Stevenson, 23rd Vice President of the United States If you’ve been caught up in the circus that is the presidential election, you’ve likely missed the latest news about all the… Read More A Week In The Life Of The American Police State
InfoWars by Clifford Cunningham The Obama administration is pushing Congress to amend existing surveillance laws to give the FBI unquestionable authority to access a person’s browser history without a warrant, a move Judge Andrew Napolitano slammed as “a major step towards a police state.” Under existing law, the FBI and National Security Agency (NSA)… Read More Andrew Napolitano: FBI Plan to Access Browser History “Major Step Towards Police State”
Activist Post By Claire Bernish If you have tattoos, law enforcement might be trying to decipher their meaning — and use the information for identification purposes. But, as with any government program with seemingly innocuous roots, the Tattoo Recognition Technology Challenge (Tatt-C) has potential to trigger repercussions beyond a simple invasion of your privacy.… Read More Biometrics On Steroids — How The Police State Is Going To Use Your Tattoos Against You