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Feds Bust “Lie Detector-Beating” Instructors

Feds Bust “Lie Detector-Beating” Instructors

Doug Williams, a former Oklahoma City police polygrapher, says he can teach people how to pass lie detector tests. Federal prosecutors and agents recently targeted him and another instructor in undercover stings aimed at cracking down on the teaching of polygraph beating methods. | Handout/MCT  By Marisa Taylor and Cleve R. Wootson Jr. Federal agents […]

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‘You Don’t Say?’ US Government Now Admits Area 51 Exists

‘You Don’t Say?’ US Government Now Admits Area 51 Exists

By Eli Khalil Philip Bump recently reported for the Atlantic on the latest startling revelation from Freedom of Information Act files. These newly declassified files were obtained by George Washington University for their National Security Archive. What is so incredible is that they are the first documented acknowledgement of the United States government that the Area […]

JERICHO – the Controversial Show the Networks Couldn’t Handle – is BACK

JERICHO – the Controversial Show the Networks Couldn’t Handle – is BACK

By Micah Naziri If you were an anti-war activist, survivalist, or “prepper” of just about any variety during the Bush administration, you might remember the Skeet Ulrich drama Jericho, that ran from 2006-08 on CBS. The show ran for one season before it was canceled, only to be revived for a second run, and then to be […]

FEINSTEIN: ‘You’re Not a Real Journalist Unless You Draw a Salary…’

FEINSTEIN: ‘You’re Not a Real Journalist Unless You Draw a Salary…’

By Tim Cushing, Kate Irby, and Kurt Nimmo and David Warner In May, it was learned that the Justice Department had illegally seized the phone records of Associated Press journalists over a two month period. The Justice Department did not provide notice or a court-issued warrant prior to violating the confidentiality of the journalists. In […]

Sleepwalking into Censorship
By July 30, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

Sleepwalking into Censorship

By Jim Killock and David Warner After brief conversations with some of the Internet Service Providers that will be implementing the UK’s “pornwall” we’ve established a little bit about what it will be doing. To be fair, the BBC were pretty close. The essential detail is that they will assume you want filters enabled across […]