Govt Should Not Restrict First Amendment Religious Activity in Supreme Court Plaza

  October 27, 2016 by John W. Whitehead WASHINGTON, DC  — Rebutting the Justice Department’s assertion that the government can dictate where people can engage in religious activity, attorneys for The Rutherford Institute have asked the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia to reject the government’s motion to dismiss the lawsuit challenging the … More Govt Should Not Restrict First Amendment Religious Activity in Supreme Court Plaza

Weiner sexting probe led FBI to reopen Clinton case

Oct 28, 2016  By SARAH WESTWOOD (@SARAHCWESTWOOD)   FBI Director James Comey moved to reopen the investigation into Hillary Clinton‘s treatment of classified material after discovering new materials on devices belonging to Huma Abedin, Clinton’s former deputy chief of staff, and Anthony Weiner, her soon-to-be ex-husband who is presently the subject of a separate probe into … More Weiner sexting probe led FBI to reopen Clinton case

AT&T Profiting From Data Mining for Government

Oct 27, 2016  by  Michael Tennant   In 2013, Americans learned that AT&T had been providing data about countless telephone calls to federal drug agents without proper search warrants as part of a secret program called Project Hemisphere. Now it emerges that the telecommunications giant is not just eagerly cooperating with the government but also … More AT&T Profiting From Data Mining for Government

Taking Back Presidential Power

Oct 25, 2016  by  Charles Scaliger   Every four years, Americans are treated to a tawdry, months-long spectacle pitting two typically (but not always) establishment-anointed candidates against one another for the ultimate prize: a four-year stint as the “most powerful person on Earth.” That, at least, is the establishment media’s term for the president of … More Taking Back Presidential Power

Former Marine Corps General Pleads Guilty in Leaks Case

Oct 20, 2016 by  Bob Adelmann   On Monday retired Marine General James Cartwright (shown on left) agreed to plead guilty to charges that he lied to the FBI during its investigation into leaks over the clandestine Stuxnet operation back in 2013. Stuxnet was a computer virus, or worm, that was designed to harm Iran’s … More Former Marine Corps General Pleads Guilty in Leaks Case

DOJ Gets Warrant to Force People to Use Fingerprints to Unlock Their Phones

Oct 19, 2016  by  C. Mitchell Shaw   As more and more people use encryption to protect their data, surveillance hawks at all levels — local, state, and federal — continue to seek ways around the privacy protections offered by that encryption. A recently published court filing from California shows that the hawks are stooping … More DOJ Gets Warrant to Force People to Use Fingerprints to Unlock Their Phones

VIDEO CNN: It Is Illegal For Voters To Possess Wikileaks Material

  , October 17, 2016 jonathanturley There was an interesting segment on CNN last week where CNN anchor Chris Cuomo reminds viewers for it is illegal for them to “possess” Wikileaks material and that, as a result, they will have to rely on the media to tell them what is in these documents. The legal … More VIDEO CNN: It Is Illegal For Voters To Possess Wikileaks Material

Superior Court Judge Slaps Down Lawsuit Brought Against Remington Arms

Oct 15, 2016 by  Bob Adelmann   On Friday Fairfield (Connecticut) District Superior Court Judge Barbara Bellis dismissed the lawsuit filed in January 2015 by families of victims murdered by Adam Lanza in the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in Newtown, Connecticut, three years earlier. They hoped to use a legal loophole involving “negligent entrustment” as … More Superior Court Judge Slaps Down Lawsuit Brought Against Remington Arms

Leaked E-mail From Clinton Staffers Shows Hillary Deliberately Broke the Law

Oct 12, 2016 by C. Mitchell Shaw   New disclosures from WikiLeaks show that — even as Hillary Clinton denied doing anything wrong in her handling of classified e-mails — Clinton staffers discussed the scandal and how it “smack[ed] of acting above the law.” Far from the unified front presented to the public, the recently leaked … More Leaked E-mail From Clinton Staffers Shows Hillary Deliberately Broke the Law