December 19, 2013 in TOR Blog
Boiling Frogs Post | In the second edition of the BFP Roundtable, Sibel Edmonds, Guillermo Jimenez, and James Corbett discuss the controversy surrounding Edmonds’ latest series of articles on the Greenwald/Omidyar/PayPal/NSA connection.
December 12, 2013 in TOR Blog
Guillermo Jimenez | The pretext for the enforcement of these laws, for the continued militarization of the border and local police, for the expansion of internal checkpoints and further sacrifices of personal liberty is, and has been for decades, the threat of drugs and those who traffic in them.
November 13, 2013 in TOR Blog
Guillermo Jimenez | If not for the badge that designates the aggressors as duly authorized actors of the state, and therefore immune to the rules that you and I live by, this act of physical violence would be considered nothing less than first-degree rape.
November 8, 2013 in TOR Blog
Porkins Policy Radio | Pearse Redmond, host of Porkins Policy Radio, interviews Guillermo Jimenez on the “war on drugs,” the constitution-free zone near the border, the politics of violence in Mexico, current trends in marijuana legalization, and much more.
October 29, 2013 in TOR Blog
Guillermo Jimenez | Last week, in my hometown of Laredo, Texas — a city resting on the US-Mexico Border — US Border Patrol agents shot and nearly killed a 20-year-old Mexican national, yet another case of the agency’s highly questionable use-of-force policy.
October 1, 2013 in TOR Blog
Guillermo Jimenez | A journey through a “rights free” zone is, on its face, ripe for abuse. Particularly within the last few years, the “border search exemption” has become a convenient tool for government officials to target those whom they consider to be a threat to the national security state.
September 24, 2013 in TOR Blog
SLHS Podcast | Guy Evans, host of Smells Like Human Spirit, interviews Guillermo Jimenez on a variety of issues, including political philosophy, media (alternative, psuedo-alternative, and mainstream), the NSA scandals and “outrage fatigue,” the Occupy movement, and even a little Breaking Bad.
September 17, 2013 in TOR Blog
Guillermo Jimenez | As more internal checkpoints spring up within the CFZ in places like California, Arizona, Texas, and even the northern states of New York and Maine, a public wary of the encroaching police and surveillance state has taken notice, and not everyone is going along with it.
September 2, 2013 in TOR Blog
Guillermo Jimenez | Beginning today, September 2, 2013, I will be keeping a biweekly column at PanAmPost.com titled Dispatches from the Constitution Free Zone, where I will examine and catalog issues the border, the war on drugs, checkpoints, and the various ways liberty is threatened within the CFZ.
August 23, 2013 in TOR Blog
Traces of Reality | Beginning Monday, August 26, 2013, Traces of Reality will be returning to the airwaves via the Republic Broadcasting Network. The new time slot for TOR Radio is Monday through Friday, from 10-11AM Central (11AM-12PM Eastern).