Report cites killings blamed on non-deported illegals

The Obama administration released illegal immigrants who went on to commit more crimes, including charges of 19 murders, 3 attempted murders and 142 sex crimes, the House Judiciary Committee said in a report Tuesday. All told, 16 percent of the nearly 47,000 illegal immigrants the administration was notified of but declined to deport between 2008 […]

FBI chief urges US Congress to renew wide-ranging surveillance power in counterterror probes

ShareThis FBI chief urges US Congress to renew wide-ranging surveillance power in counterterror probes 09 May 2012 FBI Director Robert Mueller urged Congress on Wednesday to renew wide-ranging surveillance authority to thwart terrorism plots false flags like the latest one in which an al-QaidaCIAduh-engineered explosive device was to have been detonated on a U.S.-bound airline […]

GoDaddy loses 55,000+ customers for supporting SOPA, canceling domains without reason or warning

Christmas passed without a fallen snowflake at Go Daddy’s Arizona headquarters, as the former supporter of the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) watched tens of thousands of customers flee its business. The Domains, a web analytics blog, reported on Christmas Eve that customers moved 37,000 domains off of Go Daddy’s service in two days, and […]

‘Rogue websites’ bill introduced in US House

(ACTIVIST POST)   US lawmakers introduced a bill on Wednesday that would give US authorities more tools to crack down on websites accused of piracy of movies, television shows and music and the sale of counterfeit goods. The Stop Online Piracy Act has received bipartisan support in the House of Representatives and is the House […]

Protecting You From Reality: Government Targets “Rogue” Web Sites and Alternative Media

By Mac Slavo SHTFplan.com October 28th, 2011 On the surface and in the talking points, the Stop Online Piracy Act is designed to quell the distribution of intellectual property like software, movies and music. US lawmakers introduced a bill on Wednesday that would give U.S. authorities more tools to crack down on websites accused of piracy […]

D.C. gun laws test tea party’s principles

By The Washington Times The House Judiciary Committee’s decision last week to leave the District’s strict gun laws alone — at least for now — appears consistent with the tea party’s resistance to federal “tyranny” but at odds with the GOP-backed movement’s strict adherence to language in the Constitution. The Republican-controlled committee voted 24-3 last […]