Freud’s insights—from his writings and exchanges with Albert Einstein more than eight decades ago—offer a crucial perspective into America’s current political crisis.
The liberties designed by the Founding Fathers are still well aligned with the security of this country and the safety of Americans, while today's government overreach is anything but.
In his act of protest against racial injustice in the U.S., the San Francisco 49ers quarterback has taken a lot of hits. But he’s not backing down and has succeeded in igniting an important debate.
"A single, uncorroborated source of information -- including a Facebook or Twitter post" -- is enough to put innocent foreigners and Americans on a watchlist of "known" and "suspected" terrorists shared with foreign and domestic agencies as well as private contractors, ACLU legislative counsel Arjun Sethi writes at The Guardian on Saturday.
After reading Benedict Cumberbatch's full, unedited remarks on the punishment of Chelsea Manning and government destruction of privacy, published Monday at The Guardian, I believe his meanings as originally reported remain intact.
Ron Paul may not be ahead in the polls, but he's probably the only presidential candidate who already has his face on a coin. The feds have seized a cache of gold, silver and copper "liberty dollars" bearing Paul's visage. Other than a mutual distaste for the Federal Reserve, the Republican candidate has no relationship with the makers of the coins.
Just to put current world events in perspective, here's a transcript of a recent speech by Daniel Ellsberg, the former Defense Department analyst who released the Pentagon Papers to the press during the Vietnam War, about some potential developments that could severely harm our country in the not-so-distant future.
KSLA News of Shreveport, La., is standing by its report on "Clergy Response Teams," trained by the federal government to pacify an angry citizenry in the event of martial law. The idea being, as far as we can tell, that religious leaders are ideally suited to the task of explaining to people why they should give up their freedom for the "better good."