Months before he died, Anthony Bourdain blew the lid off the Clinton sex scandal and noted how Hillary helped Bill smear and degrade the victims.
A recent case of "lost" plutonium out of Texas highlights the ominous problem of the federal government losing over 6 tons of radioactive material.
When police attempted to intimidate his family and seize his guns without a warrant, a veteran father stood up for his constitutional rights and refused.
Two U.S. soldiers in separate locations attempted to report that plots were underway to assassinate President Kennedy in the weeks before he was killed.
Multiple witnesses watched in horror while filming police kill a shirtless man for reportedly holding a bottle of water.
A marijuana user was found not guilty of drug charges—not because he didn't do what he was accused of, but because the jury disagreed with the law.
The government is now being forced to admit that it is legal for 3D print gun designs to be sold online, in a landmark victory for the Second Amendment.
An award-winning journalist and digital rights activist is close to obtaining the required funding to build a military grade encrypted internet free from the spying eyes of the state.
A racist Aurora cop, with a history of violence was caught on video making disgustingly racist comments about an innocent group of black people, he was fired, but has just been rehired.
The Libertarian Party passed a unanimous resolution demanding the pardon of Silk Road founder, Ross Ulbricht.