Two liberals on a crusade submit petition for Oregon to secede from the Union

Intellihub | New petition hopes to make Oregon a 'safe space' as bigoted liberals plan State's succession

‘Outrageous’: Ferguson organizers say State of Emergency violates laws, thwarts civil liberties

Nadia Prupis | Governor's declaration 'only threatens to stir up tensions and denigrate the peaceful efforts of countless non-violent activists'
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Obama to Citizens of Ferguson: Carrying a Gun ‘Undermines Justice’

Melissa Melton | “It undermines, rather than advancing, justice.”

Jury rights activists refuse to back down to court bullies or cops. Rights =...

John Vibes | The federal government, and individual state governments are terrified about this concept becoming more mainstream

Let Jews carry guns for self-protection, leading rabbi urges EU

RT | On Friday, Jewish schools in the Belgian cities of Brussels and Antwerp decided to cancel classes over terror threats

Police leave 2 teenagers in holding cell entire weekend, in dark, without food

Free Thought Project | “It’s obvious we need to make some changes at the courthouse, to make sure our procedures are followed (and) that this doesn’t happen again. I’m embarrassed today as I can possibly be.”

Calls for ‘torture team’ prosecutions persist as Cheney brags “I’d do it again”

Jon Queally | Former vice president of the United States Dick Cheney told NBC's Chuck Todd on Sunday that he'd "do it again in a minute."
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Ethics Professor says it’s “quite reasonable” to kill disabled babies via Obamacare

Daisy Luther | Information connects everything from DIA the to the Mantauk Project to recent headlines on Jade Helm.

Murders of Earth’s defenders: The deadly trend continues

Andrea Germanos | 'The world is standing idle whilst people on the frontline of the struggle to protect the environment are getting killed'

Rioters target whites: “You will never be safe, not you, not your children”

Mac Slavo | We are likely just 24 hours away from a Grand Jury decision in the officer involved shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO.

Thousands march in Detroit as “heartless” water shut-offs continue

Sarah Lazare | As crisis deepens, so does local resistance, say organizers
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‘Kafkaesque’ No-Fly List Ruled Unconstitutional By Federal Judge

In landmark case, judge rules secretive list violate rights to due process and travel by air

Flint residents told that their children could be taken way if they don’t pay...

John Vibes | Michigan government poisoning residents and charging them for it

Nuclear workers: Government waiting for us to die to avoid medical costs

Mikael Thalen | Former and current employees of Washington state’s Hanford nuclear waste site say the federal government is waiting for them to die in order to avoid paying out disability benefits
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The last country we “liberated” from an “evil” dictator is now openly trading slaves

Anti-Media | People are selling other human beings out in the open

Rights groups demand justice as new details on DEA spying program revealed

Nadia Prupis | As new reporting by USA Today on Wednesday exposed the scope of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration's two-decade secret surveillance operation against American citizens

Death row inmates: Execution would be ‘biological experimentation’

Max Ocean | Oklahoma prisoners charge their execution would be unconstitutional following botched killing in April

Torture broke CIA’s own ‘human experimentation’ rules – report

RT | The CIA’s torture program had explicit guidelines on human experimentation from 1987, according to a report

Former Sheriff Joe Arpaio found guilty of ‘contempt of court’

Intellihub | One judge wasn't too happy with former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, charging the law enforcement veteran with "Contempt of Court"

Groups appeal to UN for ‘humanity’ as Detroit shuts off water to thousands

Sarah Lazare | 'By denying water service to thousands, Detroit is violating the human right to water'
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Senate puts ISP profits over your privacy

Electronic Frontier Foundation | Senate attempts to strip away online privacy

Johns Hopkins faces $1bn class lawsuit over experiments on people in STDs study

RT | Over 750 plaintiffs are suing Johns Hopkins University over its role in medical experiments in Guatemala in the 1940s and 1950s

New low: Cop robs terminally ill 3-year-old of her Make-A-Wish Foundation money

Matt Agorist | Officer Ronald Harris is a 12 year veteran of the Memphis police department. His record while ‘serving and protecting’ is less than stellar
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Chicago protesters disrupt Black Friday to demand justice for Laquan McDonald

Nadia Prupis | "Business as usual can’t go on while our children are dying"

Chicago’s untold story of widespread child abuse in state facilities

Derrick Broze | Illinois seems to be a hotbed for a lack of accountability and transparency on the part of government agencies

Senator: White House simply doesn’t “want public to know” scope of CIA torture

Jon Queally | Members of Intelligence Committee say White House is stalling release of torture report as high-level disagreement over what American people can know about abuses by CIA reaches boiling point; Transparency advocates tell lawmakers with access to report, 'Just read it into the record.'

World’s global refugee population highest since WWII

John Queally | UNHRC reports that more than 50 million people are displaced, mostly in war-torn regions, across the globe

Report: N. Korea holds public executions at schools and markets

Zero Hedge | The organization behind the report, known as the Transitional Justice Working Group, said it was based on interviews with 375 North Korean defectors
Surveillance Technology

The Rutherford Institute, Wikipedia, ACLU et al. Rebut the Obama Administration’s claim that no...

Rutherford Institute | A recent study shows that knowledge of government surveillance causes people censor their opinions online
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Exposed: Gov’t Claims Right to Extrajudicial Killing of US Citizen

Court-ordered release of DOJ 'drone memo' reveals legal arguments for targeting of US citizen Anwar al-Aulaqi in Yemen