Can Vigilante Justice Save Mexico?

February 7, 2013 in News

Borderland Beat February 7, 2013   AYUTLA DE LOS LIBRES, Mexico — For almost a month now, hundreds of masked men wielding old shotguns, rifles, revolvers and machetes have claimed [...]

U.S. High Schools Further Degenerate Into Police State Indoctrination Centers

January 31, 2013 in News

Danny Benavides Traces of Reality January 31, 2013   These two separate reports — of which I’ll include a few snippets — come together to showcase the pervasiveness of the [...]

Gun Control Preps Slaves for Subjugation

January 18, 2013 in News

Taki’s Magazine | “The sole objective of early gun prohibition was to ensure the slaves couldn’t fight back.”

3-D Printing Solves High-Capacity Magazine Issue: Make Your Own!

January 14, 2013 in News

Forbes | Five months ago, the group of homemade gun enthusiasts known as Defense Distributed set out to create a lethal firearm that could be downloaded and 3D-printed entirely from scratch, circumventing all gun control laws.

Lawsuit against Northside ISD tracking system rejected

January 10, 2013 in News

San Antonio Express News | A federal judge Tuesday ruled that Northside Independent School District can transfer a student from her magnet school for refusing to wear her student ID badge to protest a new electronic tracking system.

Supreme Court seems unlikely to let police order blood tests for drunk-driving suspects

January 10, 2013 in News

Washington Post | The Supreme Court on Wednesday seemed unlikely to allow police to routinely force suspected drunk drivers to give a blood sample without the officers at least trying to obtain a warrant from a judge.

Chinese police suspect man who stabbed 23 kids ‘influenced’ by doomsday rumor

December 18, 2012 in News

Christian Science Monitor | Chinese police said Monday that the man who stabbed 23 children in a rural Chinese elementary school just hours before the Newtown, Conn., massacre may have been “influenced” by doomsday predictions.

Latest Mass Murder School Shooting Nurtures Nationwide Cognitive Dissonance

December 14, 2012 in News

Traces of Reality | Sadly, as long as Americans collectively endorse the notion that violence is the one and only method of correcting injustice around the world, no one should be surprised when similar atrocities unfold within our own country.

Utah man sues over 2010 gang sweep at son’s school

December 14, 2012 in News

Reuters | A Utah father sued police and the Salt Lake City School District on Thursday over a 2010 gang sweep at his son’s high school, charging that officers detained, searched and interrogated about 40 minority students without good cause.