The Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court Have Become the Architects of the American Police State

February 26, 2013 in News

John W. Whitehead | From time to time throughout history, individuals have been subjected to charges (and eventual punishment) by accusers whose testimony was treated as infallible and inerrant. Once again, we find ourselves repeating history…

Truck Driver Unlawfully Detained at Internal Checkpoint For Over an Hour

January 31, 2013 in TOR TV

Traces of Reality | Rick Coker, a long-haul truck driver from Florida was unlawfully detained at an internal CBP/DHS (warrantless, suspicionless, Nazi-esque) checkpoint, approximately 40 miles north of Laredo, Texas, for over an hour.

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.

Traces of Reality Radio: “Checkpoints Revisited and Tyranny Defined” (Ep.05)

August 11, 2012 in TOR Radio

Episode 05: “Checkpoints Revisited and Tyranny Defined” (2012.08.11) HQ Audio Stream and Direct Download: By far the most important edition of TORradio to date, this broadcast will answer the critics [...]