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Congress confirms TSA is lawless, rogue agency that endangers the health and dignity of Americans
Published September 18 2012
Concepts: TSA, dignity, health, report, security

Agricultural giant Cargill and others behind anti-organic 'Stanford Study'
Published September 15 2012
Concepts: Cargill, Stanford, food, study, organic

Secret body scanners with 50 times more radiation than airport x-ray scanners to be rolled out
Published September 13 2012
Concepts: radiation, body, scanner, airport, government

American Airlines forbids 16-year-old with Down Syndrome from boarding flight
Published September 12 2012
Concepts: Down Syndrome, airlines, American Airlines, security, people

GoDaddy attack likely a psyop to discredit Anonymous while pushing cyber security executive order
Published September 10 2012
Concepts: Anonymous, attack, GoDaddy, security, cyber security

TSA's latest stunt? Running around the airport testing everybody's drinks that they bought after passing through security!
Published September 6 2012
Concepts: TSA, airport, security, the TSA, testing

Zombified government workers and regulation enforcers use these 'obedience phrases' to demand your compliance
Published September 4 2012
Concepts: regulation, regulations, government, WHO, workers

TSA turns into thought police as man detained over t-shirt text
Published August 30 2012
Concepts: T-shirt, TSA, thought police, man, passengers

Fatal security flaw discovered in software that controls U.S. power plants
Published August 29 2012
Concepts: security, software, power, attack, security flaw

Over 2,500 DHS employees and co-conspirators have been convicted of crimes in the past eight years, according to federal auditor
Published August 24 2012
Concepts: men, employees, DHS, crimes, DHS employees

The big media lie about the US government's purchases of over one billion rounds of anti-personnel ammunition
Published August 18 2012
Concepts: media, news, government, purchases, security

Iris scans coming to an airport near you
Published August 16 2012
Concepts: airport, TSA, security, scanner, body

Privacy invasion - Police and firefighter drones raise huge concerns
Published August 10 2012
Concepts: privacy, drones, police, DHS, news

Is your power strip spying on you? Complex hacking device looks like extension cord
Published August 1 2012
Concepts: power, power strip, hacking, spying, network

Health Ranger interviews health freedom attorney Jonathan Emord about Rawesome raids
Published July 27 2012
Concepts: people, health, government, milk, Health Ranger

U.S. government's secret wiretaps violate the Constitution, rules court
Published July 26 2012
Concepts: Constitution, government, surveillance, The Constitution, secret wiretaps

How privacy-conscious consumers are fooling, hacking smart meters
Published July 15 2012
Concepts: hacking, smart meters, security, consumers, program

The end of privacy: Government to deploy laser-based 'molecular strip-search' devices across airports and roadside checkpoints
Published July 12 2012
Concepts: government, scanner, technology, airports, molecular

Massive cyber bank raid steals 60 million euro from dozens of international financial institutions
Published July 4 2012
Concepts: Euro, financial, fraud, raid, banks

Easy guide to create a home security safe room for emergency preparedness and survival
Published June 26 2012
Concepts: safe, safe room, preparedness, home, emergency

Secret video proves TSA to be total security fraud
Published June 26 2012
Concepts: TSA, video, security, secret video, the TSA

Sweden raises nuclear alert levels after truck carrying explosives found on nuclear plant premises
Published June 26 2012
Concepts: explosives, Sweden, nuclear, nuclear alert, security

Flame malware, created by US government, could wreck critical infrastructure
Published June 21 2012
Concepts: Flame, malware, war, government, US government

Security expert admits antivirus industry is unable to address emerging security threats
Published June 18 2012
Concepts: antivirus, war, industry, security, Flame

Flame virus, most sophisticated malicious code ever seen, was developed by U.S. government
Published June 12 2012
Concepts: Flame, malicious code, virus, Iran, form

Congresswoman lashes out at TSA for hiring pedophiles and child pornographers
Published June 12 2012
Concepts: TSA, pedophiles, child, report, agents

Biowarfare alert: Is a mass bio-terror pandemic planned for 2012?
Published June 4 2012
Concepts: pandemic, biowarfare, tests, DHS, Boston

TSA is not tracking security breach patterns, new report reveals
Published June 3 2012
Concepts: security, TSA, report, airport, tracking

True federal deficit unimaginably larger than official tally
Published June 3 2012
Concepts: 5, federal, debt, federal deficit, government

Homeland Security declares war on flesh-eating bacteria, a bigger threat than Al-Qaeda terrorists (satire)
Published May 27 2012
Concepts: bacteria, flesh-eating bacteria, eating, security, Homeland Security

Jesse Ventura talks about his lawsuit against TSA on the Robert Scott Bell Show
Published May 19 2012
Concepts: Jesse Ventura, Robert Scott Bell, men, people, WHO

Congressman calls for immediate resignation of TSA head, calls agency 'bloated, broken bureaucracy'
Published May 11 2012
Concepts: TSA, resignation, bureaucracy, security, travel

FBI nabs five mastermind geniuses after teaching them how to blow up a bridge in Cleveland
Published May 3 2012
Concepts: FBI, the FBI, America, plots, terror plots

CISPA passes the House; epic privacy battle moves to the Senate
Published April 30 2012
Concepts: CISPA, privacy, form, information, security

Former head says TSA is 'national embarrassment'
Published April 25 2012
Concepts: TSA, security, the TSA, embarrassment, airport

TSA apologizes for nabbing 'terrorist' can of soup as national security threat
Published April 24 2012
Concepts: TSA, soup, national security, airport, WHO

Department of Homeland Security buying up enough ammo to wage seven-year war against the American people
Published April 22 2012
Concepts: war, 5, government, ammunition, America

SOPA mutates into much worse CISPA, the latest threat to internet free speech
Published April 21 2012
Concepts: internet, SOPA, CISPA, free, threat

Universal Detection Technology may result in a smartphone radiation detector app for food
Published April 9 2012
Concepts: radiation, food, smartphone, app, Japan

New Chapter's new owner (P&G) steeped in animal testing and led by directors with ties to weapons contractors, Big Pharma, Monsanto, Chevron and more
Published March 23 2012
Concepts: P&G, New Chapter, Monsanto, people, animal testing

The Department of Homeland Security plans to build a high-risk virus research center in the heart of America
Published March 16 2012
Concepts: risk, research, Kansas, DHS, security

Homeland Security infiltrating higher education by establishing Big Brother campus recruiting, surveillance schemes
Published March 11 2012
Concepts: campus, security, DHS, recruiting, 2012

FBI in the process of creating a system for monitoring all conversations on social networking sites
Published March 10 2012
Concepts: FBI, CIA, monitoring, social networking, program

TSA forces new mom to pump milk out of her breasts in public restroom before boarding the plane
Published March 4 2012
Concepts: TSA, milk, bottles, the TSA, man

FBI seeks developer for app to track threats on social media
Published February 24 2012
Concepts: FBI, app, social media, news, security

Sammsoft sued over free PC virus scan fraud
Published February 20 2012
Concepts: free, software, virus, program, Washington

Lack of security at labs handling world's deadliest pathogens could lead to epic pandemic
Published February 20 2012
Concepts: security, pathogens, lead, pandemic, laboratories

Homeland Security monitoring web for anti-government sentiment and signs of social unrest
Published February 18 2012
Concepts: monitoring, security, DHS, Homeland Security, anti-government

TSA recruits hot dog vendors, parking lot attendants to watch out for terrorists at Super Bowl
Published February 4 2012
Concepts: TSA, terrorists, dog, news, Super Bowl

Refineries facing heavy government fines for not blending a biofuel that doesn't exist
Published January 23 2012
Concepts: biofuel, energy, refineries, 2012, oil

Hugely-expensive Chicago homeland security program replete with failure
Published January 11 2012
Concepts: Chicago, security, failure, Homeland Security, project

Roving TSA 'Viper' squads now violating your rights at train stations, bus depots and ferry landings
Published December 29 2011
Concepts: TSA, rights, train, train stations, NaturalNews

Congresswoman unveils bill to end illegal TSA impersonations of federal law enforcement officers
Published December 28 2011
Concepts: TSA, law enforcement, federal, federal law, illegal

TSA screener confiscates 'wicked good cupcakes' after claiming icing might be national security threat
Published December 24 2011
Concepts: TSA, the TSA, security, ice, national security

FBI's new definition of rape ensnares TSA agents as serial rapists
Published December 8 2011
Concepts: rape, men, women, TSA, definition

TSA strip-searches 85-year-old woman in wheelchair while National Organization for Women (N.O.W.) remains shamelessly silent
Published December 5 2011
Concepts: TSA, the TSA, women, government, WHO

Is the war on terror a complete hoax? Paul Craig Roberts reveals how social engineers infected America with mass paranoia
Published December 4 2011
Concepts: America, war, WHO, government, war on terror

EU bans naked body scanners because of cancer risk, US continues to coerce travelers through them
Published November 21 2011
Concepts: cancer risk, body, body scanners, naked body scanners, cancer

Homeland Security streetlights include surveillance cameras and loud speakers
Published November 3 2011
Concepts: surveillance, surveillance cameras, security, Homeland Security, light

TSA deploys 'VIPR' teams throughout Tennessee to set up illegal security checkpoints on interstates
Published October 24 2011
Concepts: security checkpoints, TSA, security, Tennessee, illegal

Son of former LA fire chief arrested for bribing TSA agent, smuggling marijuana on plane
Published October 22 2011
Concepts: Marijuana, TSA, smuggling, drug, bribery

TSA-style full body pat-downs coming to an NFL stadium near you
Published September 17 2011
Concepts: NFL, pat-downs, body, security, enhanced pat-downs

US Homeland Security now tracking medical records of Canadians
Published September 13 2011
Concepts: medical records, medical, security, Homeland Security, tracking

Police grant Apple security officials unlawful access to private home in search of missing iPhone 5 prototype
Published September 12 2011
Concepts: apple, home, police, security, 5

Never going back: Air travel changed for worse, forever after 9/11
Published September 10 2011
Concepts: security, 9/11, travel, TSA, air travel

Former TSA agent pleads guilty to assisting criminals in smuggling cash, drugs through security
Published September 3 2011
Concepts: TSA, smuggling, guilty, criminals, drug

NaturalNews exposes secret vaccine industry ties and military involvement with Institute of Medicine, reveals fatal conflicts of interest at IoM
Published August 29 2011
Concepts: vaccine, man, vaccines, news, NaturalNews

Big government gone wild: Social Security on the verge of insolvency
Published August 23 2011
Concepts: security, government, Social Security, Big Government, benefits

Heroic young man sues TSA, airport after being illegally detained during peaceful protest of unconstitutional security protocols
Published August 20 2011
Concepts: TSA, security, airport, protest, man

Seven startling things most people still don't know about the national debt, banking and the money supply
Published August 2 2011
Concepts: money, people, government, debt, banking

Nashville woman arrested for refusing to let TSA agents molest her daughter
Published August 1 2011
Concepts: TSA, Nashville, agents, woman, TSA agents

TSA introduces breast cancer screening procedure as new benefit of airport security pat-downs (satire)
Published July 24 2011
Concepts: TSA, cancer, security, breast cancer screening, breast cancer

UN may switch blue helmets to green, then launch climate change peacekeeping wars
Published July 21 2011
Concepts: green, peacekeeping, food, climate change, peace

Airport security procedures so convoluted that biking to your destination might be faster
Published July 20 2011
Concepts: biking, travel, procedures, security, airport

Federal court rules naked body scanners are illegal, but says they can continue to be used anyway
Published July 19 2011
Concepts: body, illegal, naked body scanners, TSA, federal

TSA failure: 25,000 airport security breaches since 2001, says report
Published July 15 2011
Concepts: TSA, security, security breaches, airport, airport security

TSA failure: Man successfully flies from NY to CA without ticket or ID
Published July 7 2011
Concepts: TSA, man, security, the TSA, men

Huge public outcry over TSA forcing 95-year-old cancer patient to remove adult diaper
Published June 27 2011
Concepts: TSA, the TSA, human, WHO, cancer

Planes, trains, and automobiles: TSA to grope travelers on all forms of transportation
Published June 22 2011
Concepts: TSA, travelers, security, the TSA, groping

TSA targets special needs traveler with invasive pat-down, confiscates his 'comfort' item as security threat
Published June 17 2011
Concepts: TSA, security, special, targets, agents

US immigration officials treat innocent cruise ship passengers like terrorists in seven-hour Guantanamo Bay-style security check
Published June 8 2011
Concepts: security, immigration, Guantanamo, cruise ship, terrorists

Top 10 things the TSA could do if its power is not sensibly limited
Published May 27 2011
Concepts: TSA, the TSA, power, America, government

Hundreds rally at Texas state capitol building to protest TSA threat to blockade Texas airports
Published May 25 2011
Concepts: TSA, the TSA, Texas, threat, protest

TSA agents grope high school students at prom security checkpoint
Published May 24 2011
Concepts: TSA, high school, the TSA, students, security

After the death of Osama bin Laden - Consider the issue of airport security
Published May 14 2011
Concepts: Bin Laden, airport, security, death, travel

Texas may criminalize TSA pat-downs as molestation (opinion)
Published May 14 2011
Concepts: TSA, Texas, agents, pat-downs, molestation

Bin Laden kill conveniently paves way for security checkpoints everywhere -- shopping malls, sports stadiums, grocery stores, churches
Published May 7 2011
Concepts: security, security checkpoints, sports, Bin Laden, grocery stores

Texas to make TSA pat-downs felony crimes
Published May 5 2011
Concepts: TSA, Texas, pat-downs, airport, TSA pat-downs

Now that Osama Bin Laden is dead, can we fire the TSA and bring back freedom in America?
Published May 3 2011
Concepts: Bin Laden, TSA, war, freedom, security

Napolitano says TSA inappropriately touching a 6-year-old was completely professional
Published April 25 2011
Concepts: TSA, Napolitano, children, security, child

TSA passenger screener caught distributing child porn images
Published April 24 2011
Concepts: TSA, child porn, child, news, NaturalNews

TSA now targeting travelers that complain about TSA and its unconstitutional procedures
Published April 19 2011
Concepts: travelers, TSA, unconstitutional, security, behavior

TSA agent arrested for helping drug suspects sneak through security
Published March 7 2011
Concepts: TSA, drug, drug smuggling, security, agents

TSA, DHS plan massive rollout of mobile surveillance vans with long-distance X-ray capability, eye movement tracking and more
Published March 6 2011
Concepts: vans, body, DHS, eye, government

Proposed New Hampshire bill would categorize TSA naked body scans, pat downs as sexual assault
Published March 4 2011
Concepts: TSA, body, New Hampshire, sexual assault, security

After touching your junk, TSA now wants to scan and harvest your DNA
Published February 28 2011
Concepts: TSA, DNA, men, government, WHO

Obama allocates $44 billion for Homeland Security to purchase hundreds more health-destroying naked body scanners
Published February 16 2011
Concepts: body, security, Obama, Homeland Security, budget

Hunger affects one in seven households in the United States
Published January 30 2011
Concepts: food, hunger, household, 5, security

Global food security at risk as crop biodiversity is lost
Published January 29 2011
Concepts: crop, food, biodiversity, security, food security founder says eliminate TSA, let passengers decide how to be screened
Published January 11 2011
Concepts: security, TSA, how to, airport security, free

New research: post-9/11 architecture of fear turns cities into police state zones
Published January 5 2011
Concepts: Police State, architecture, fear, cities, police

Airports consider replacing TSA with private security firms
Published January 1 2011
Concepts: airports, security, TSA, airport, travelers

Food safety bill invokes Codex harmonization and grants FDA authority to police food safety of foreign nations
Published December 29 2010
Concepts: food, FDA, safety, food safety, the FDA

Obscene, threatening comments posted at anti-TSA website traced to Homeland Security servers
Published December 29 2010
Concepts: Homeland Security, TSA, comments, website, DHS

Former TSA agent gets probation, not jail time, for stealing passengers' computers
Published December 28 2010
Concepts: TSA, stealing, jail, security, agents

Feds target airline pilot for exposing TSA security sham on YouTube
Published December 27 2010
Concepts: TSA, security, feds, airline pilot, federal

Congress sticks it to U.S. farmers with passage of food safety bill that will actually cause fresh produce to be more dangerous
Published December 22 2010
Concepts: farm, farmers, government, safety, food safety

TSA head urges complete airport security overhaul
Published December 21 2010
Concepts: security, airport security, airport, TSA, Boston

TSA screenings miss loaded handguns, bombs, says report
Published December 19 2010
Concepts: handguns, TSA, airport, screenings, security

Please monitor suspicious activity at your local Wal-Mart and report to the Department of Homeland Security (satire)
Published December 7 2010
Concepts: Wal-Mart, suspicious activity, security, Homeland Security, report

TSA: No more overseas airmail packages over one pound allowed
Published December 7 2010
Concepts: airmail, Japan, security, TSA

Radiation scientists agree TSA naked body scanners could cause breast cancer and sperm mutations
Published December 3 2010
Concepts: radiation, body, scanner, TSA, cancer

TSA now setting up Nazi-style "VIPER" security checkpoints at bus terminals
Published December 2 2010
Concepts: security, security checkpoints, TSA, warrant, police

Police State USA and the TSA Gestapo Empire
Published November 29 2010
Concepts: TSA, Gestapo, the TSA, terrorists, USA

US Government seizure of the internet has begun; DHS takes over 76 websites
Published November 27 2010
Concepts: government, internet, website, DHS, the internet

TSA turns off naked body scanners to avoid opt-out day protests
Published November 24 2010
Concepts: TSA, body, body scanners, the TSA, naked body scanners

TSA now needs false flag security incident to convince Americans to accept obscene pat-downs
Published November 21 2010
Concepts: TSA, security, government, America, people

TSA security officers flunk physics
Published November 14 2010
Concepts: TSA, scanner, machine, X-rays, body

Pilots Association urges airline pilots to opt out of TSA naked body scanners
Published November 9 2010
Concepts: body, radiation, pilots, TSA, naked body scanners

How to opt out of the TSA's naked body scanners at the airport
Published October 19 2010
Concepts: body, TSA, scanner, naked body scanners, travel

Gulf Coast now a BP police state as law enforcement conspires with BP to intimidate journalists
Published July 7 2010
Concepts: BP, police, Police State, gulf, law enforcement

America does not have a shortage of doctors, it has an excess of disease
Published April 14 2010
Concepts: America, doctors, men, doctor, shortage

Full-body airport security scanners to fry travelers with ionizing radiation
Published February 12 2010
Concepts: security, airport, radiation, airport security, travelers

Food security collapses in Haiti as machete-wielding gangs fight in the streets
Published January 15 2010
Concepts: Haiti, food, preparedness, water, people

Airport shut down by incompetent TSA authorities after jars of honey flagged as explosives
Published January 9 2010
Concepts: TSA, airport, body, honey, the TSA

Pharmaceuticals are more dangerous to your health than terrorists' exploding underwear (satire)
Published December 29 2009
Concepts: underwear, security, health, dangerous, pharmaceuticals

Journalist Files Charges against WHO and UN for Bioterrorism and Intent to Commit Mass Murder
Published June 24 2009
Concepts: flu, WHO, evidence, pandemic, swine flu

Minnesota Lobbyists and Senators Face Off over Health Bill
Published February 12 2009
Concepts: health, health care, Minnesota, insurance, lobbyists

A Deflationary Environment may be Just What America Needs
Published January 15 2009
Concepts: deflation, people, America, gain, money

Financial Revolution Underway Led by Global Banking System
Published November 20 2008
Concepts: financial, government, revolution, world, banking

Threat to Liberty: Constitution Free Zone Covers Two-Thirds of Americans
Published November 7 2008
Concepts: Constitution, free, America, citizens, americans

Psych Ward Workers Ignore Dying Woman, Falsify Patient Records to Bury Incident
Published October 30 2008
Concepts: woman, psych ward, workers, green, security

Transportation Worker Identification Credential Is Step Toward Implementing Real ID Act
Published September 29 2008
Concepts: transportation, Real ID, program, industry, security

Hackers Easily Override Heart Monitors, Delivering Potentially Deadly Shocks to Heart
Published September 11 2008
Concepts: heart, heart monitors, hackers, security, researchers

Survey: Americans Are Strongly Opposed to the North American Union
Published May 11 2008
Concepts: America, americans, Mexico, Canada, 5

Deadly Animal Virus May Soon Come to U.S. Mainland
Published May 2 2008
Concepts: disease, virus, research, outbreak, livestock

North American Union: PR Was Focus of Recent Secret Meeting of the SPP
Published April 19 2008
Concepts: meeting, Mexico, America, North America, President

The North American Union - You Could Be Voting Your Rights Away
Published February 24 2008
Concepts: men, America, North America, government, North American Union

Thinking For Yourself Is Now A Crime
Published January 7 2008
Concepts: thinking, WHO, free speech, Constitution, civil liberties

Airport security is a joke; backpacks carried right in with zero scrutiny
Published October 16 2007
Concepts: airport, security, airport security, TSA, report

Air traveler choked to death in police custody at Phoenix airport after being handcuffed, detained
Published October 2 2007
Concepts: airport, police, security, death, WHO

Homeland Security secretly assigns "terrorist scores" to all international travelers entering U.S.
Published December 6 2006
Concepts: security, travelers, Homeland Security, international travel, federal

U.S. to require passports for all by 2008
Published November 27 2006
Concepts: passports, Homeland Security, international travel, citizens, program

Fake boarding pass generator website shows weaknesses in airport security measures
Published November 3 2006
Concepts: security, airport, website, airport security, shows

Pentagon censors soldiers' blogs
Published November 1 2006
Concepts: blog, Pentagon, military, information, government censorship

Michigan high school students terrorized in police-state security drill
Published October 31 2006
Concepts: school, students, high school, Michigan, security

New Bush security policy asserts U.S. ownership of outer space
Published October 27 2006
Concepts: policy, Bush, security, ownership, outer space

National security whistleblower posts tell-all video on YouTube
Published August 31 2006
Concepts: video, security, YouTube, whistleblower, national security

The implications of humanoid robots as laborsaving devices are more ominous than most people realize
Published August 22 2006
Concepts: robot, robots, man, human, humanoid robots

Security breakdown: E-passport chip easily hacked, cloned
Published August 4 2006
Concepts: e-passports, RFID, security, national security, security technology

Homeland Security can now search your laptop computer: Man gets 25 years for deleted image files
Published July 27 2006
Concepts: Homeland Security, laptop, man, judge, police

The coming financial collapse of the U.S. government: Fed papers reveal what's in store for Americans
Published July 17 2006
Concepts: financial, financial collapse, government, hyperinflation, states

Symantec to release security software that protects consumers during online transactions
Published June 26 2006
Concepts: Symantec, security, software, consumers, security software

Be a fiscal patriot: die early and save your government from bankruptcy
Published May 23 2005
Concepts: government, Social Security, health, people, retirement age

Computer security from a new angle: your typing style is your fingerprint
Published October 3 2003
Concepts: security, computer security, software, people, behavior

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