Liberty NewsWire Monday, Apr 2nd, 2012

On April 2, 2012, in Home, by admin

WASHINGTON — Law coercion tracking of cellphones, once a range especially of sovereign agents, has turn a absolute and widely used notice apparatus for internal military officials, with hundreds of departments, vast and small, mostly regulating it aggressively with small or no justice oversight, papers show.” – Eric Lichtblau for a New York Times.  See full essay couple immediately below.

Individual Liberty

Police State:

The New York Times – Police Tracking of Cellphones Raises Privacy Fears

Gun Control:

Bloomberg – Fed’s Kocherlakota Says Doing ‘As Well as it Can’

Internet Freedom:

The Telegraph (UK) – Internet Activity ‘To Be Monitored’ Under New Laws

TechDirt – If ACTA Is So Great, Where Are All The Supporters Extolling Its Virtues?

TSA Travel Freedom:

TechDirt – How The TSA’s Security Theater Harms US All

Drug War:

Reason – Study Finds a Third of Bronx Pot Busts Are Bogus

Foreign Policy

War on Terror:

Los Angeles Times – In Yemen, lines fuzz as U.S. stairs adult airstrikes


Time – Afghanistan: A Bleak Report from a Front

Washington Post – Rogue Afghan military officer: A Taliban infiltrator’s highway to fratricide


Politico – Hillary Clinton to Iran: Prove What You Say


Financial Times – US Signals Support for Arming Syria Rebels         

Economic Issues

Student Debt:

Washington Post – Senior Citizens Continue to Bear Burden of Student Loans

Federal Reserve:

Seeking Alpha – U.S. Inflation: The Road to Zimbabwe

USA Today – Government Bond Funds Losing Their Allure



CNN – In Opposing Obamacare, We Were Serious a Whole Time


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