Press Release from Houston, Texas METRO System and the TSA Friday, April 13 was a pilot day for heavy surveillance of bus riders in the Houston METRO system. According to the TSA, such measures can be expected randomly, any day of the year. The move to “monitor and curtail crime on buses and trains” is […]
The Florida special prosecutor investigating the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, announced this evening that the shooter, George Zimmerman, will be charged with second degree murder. Zimmerman claims he acted in self defense when he shot an unarmed Martin in February at a gated community in Flordia. Zimmerman faces up to life in prison if he is found guilty.
Rick Santorum announced today that he is officially suspending his campaign for the Republican nomination. The former senator did not cite specific reasons for his departure in his speech on Tuesday. Although a spokesperson for the campaign later said the major reason was Santorum’s concern about the health of his daughter Bella. The end to […]
BY MICHAEL CAHILL CIA admits new technologies are aiding its efforts At a press conference earlier this month General David Petraeus, director of the CIA, said that the CIA is now employing sophisticated new spying techniques. These techniques could allow them to spy on you by hacking into your apps, your Netflix account or simply […]
This year, the people of Puerto Rico will be able to voice their own opinions on Puerto Rico being a U.S territory. This vote is the first of a two part vote that Governor of Puerto Rico, Luis Fortuno, signed into law, right before the start of the New Year. On November 6, 2012, U.S citizens […]
Gary Johnson will quit the Republican primaries and seek the Libertarian Party nomination instead. The former two-term governor from New Mexico claims he’s been “shafted” by the GOP in spite of his status as being a popular and successful governor of a state and a resume that included budget cuts, a balanced budget and economic […]