The #DNCLeak may go down in American political history as the start of computer hacking as a tactic, the same way that the 1960 Kennedy-Nixon debate introduced television, and the 2006 "macaca" video of Fmr. Sen. George Allen introduced YouTube to the political scene.
Police departments around the country have responded to the killings of officers in Dallas and Baton Rouge earlier this month by arresting citizens for making threats and posts sympathetic to the shooters on social media.
WASHINGTON (NSP) - Documents released today detail shady connections between the September 11th terrorist attacks, the Saudi Government and Royal Family and failures on part of the US government to investigate and prevent the attacks.
An international arbitral tribunal at The Hague, Netherlands, will soon rule on a case brought by the Philippines in 2013 disputing China’s claim of sovereignty over areas in the South China Sea.The case is being heard at the Permanent Court of Arbitration at The Hague. The Philippine’s has gained support from Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam. Countries like Saudi Arabia, Russia, Palestine and Afghanistan, among others, disagree with the action and believe bilateral talks should be considered.
MINNEAPOLIS (NSP) - Protests have again spread across the land. Large marches and demonstrations have caused quite a stir in Minnesota as well following the inexcusable murder of Philando Castile by St. Anthony Police
MINNEAPOLIS (NSP) - The General Defense Committee of the Twin Cities IWW put out a statement disavowing a protest and encouraged people to both be skeptical of the organizers of that protest and perhaps not attend.
Today is the Fourth of July, a day marked with celebrations featuring fireworks, barbecues and beer. The day commemorates the signing of a document that informed Britain that the American colonies no longer recognized the rule of the Crown and were declaring their sovereignty. What lead the Founding Fathers to declare independence needs to be understood by modern Americans.