Department of Justice

Starting Today, Feds Can Hack Millions Of Devices With One Warrant

On Thursday, December 1, a vital Supreme Court order is set to go into effect that dramatically expands the surveillance power of federal agents. The impending alteration to Rule 41 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure softens the legal requirements for obtaining search and seizure warrants that grant the government remote access to individual’s computers and phones.

Meet The Real "Fake News"

Question: "Do you have any people being paid by the CIA who are contributing to a major circulation — American journal?"
Answer: "We do have people who submit pieces to American journals."

Obama's 'Zero' Legacy

Impunity hidden behind lies is what defines Obama’s Presidential legacy. To call his legacy "zero" is actually unrealistic praise; his legacy is deeply negative. He’ll be rewarded handsomely for it, by his masters - which never were the American public.

Will Trump Do What Reagan Couldn't?

Reagan was only in office for a few months when he began to feel the slime and grime upon him. He and key members of his team – who were firmly and honestly committed to cutting back the reach of Big Government – found that almost nobody was on their team. The wasteful spending increased during Reagan’s two terms. Will Donald J. Trump do what Reagan couldn’t?