Rise Of Militarized Police Threatens Civil Rights, Community Well-Being December 12, 2013
Problem-oriented policing is increasingly alienating the police from the communities they protect.
Sudden Loss Of EMS In Six States Undermines For-Profit Model For Critical Services By Frederick Reese
A gov. contractor leaving without warning while still under contract violates notion of government trust in the private sector.
No Bargain: New Report Highlights Unfairness of Drug Plea Agreements By Frederick Reese
“We don’t let police beat suspects to get confessions,” the report’s author said. “Threatening someone with a life sentence can be just as coercive – and just as wrong.”
AT&T’s Cooperation With NSA Pits It Against Shareholders In Legal Quagmire By Frederick Reese
Proposals want companies to issue reports on requests for customer information by US and foreign gov's.
The War On Journalism: Media Consolidation, Government Intrusion Threaten Free Press By Frederick Reese
This pullback from investigative journalism weakens one of society’s only true defenses against corruption and government malfeasance.The only true defenses against corruption and government malfeasance is being threatened.
Study Reveals Americans Feel The Nation Should “Mind Its Own Business” By Frederick Reese
A new report from the Pew Research Center found that 52 percent of respondents believed the U.S. should mind its own business internationally.
Looking Back At Mandela’s CIA Assisted 1962 Arrest By Frederick Reese
This dark secret of the Cold War highlights just how warped U.S. foreign policy was, and is.
America’s Clean Energy Future Held Hostage By Special Interests By Frederick Reese
A man’s arrest for stealing 5 cents of electricity for his Nissan Leaf sheds light on clean energy’s present scarcity and uncertain future in America.
Corruption Threatens Stability, Preys On The Poor: Report By Frederick Reese
Corruption destroys communities, undermines institutions and exacerbates violent conflicts.