The Day We Fight Back

We are fighting back too at Antiwar.com. Please visit The Day We Fight Back for events in your area. If you are in Los Angeles, please join us tonight at Casey’s Irish Pub at 613 South Grand Ave, Los Angeles, California at 7:30pm. Restore The Fourth Los Angeles is hosting an event featuring the Tenth […]

NSA Surveillance and Our “Almost Orwellian” State

Directly lifted from the Electronic Frontier Foundation blog: January 23, 2014 – 7:30pm Berkeley, CA Join us for “NSA Surveillance and Our ‘Almost Orwellian’ State,” hosted by St. John’s Presbyterian Church on Thursday, January 23, 2014. Address: St. John’s Presbyterian Church, 2727 College Avenue, Berkeley, CA The event is open to the public. A donation […]

Bitcoin Bolsters Antiwar Activism: An Interview with Antiwar.com’s Angela Keaton

Recently, I was interviewed by MK Lords, a manager at Roberts & Roberts Brokerage and correspondent for Bitcoin Not Bombs, of which Antiwar.com is a proud member. The transcript can be found here. Ms. Lords asks me all the major questions about antiwar activism, crypto currency for a peace economy and the ACLU’s lawsuit on […]

LA vs NSA, Antiwar.com vs FBI (or Us vs the Empire)

Thursday, November 14th, 6:30pm at Huffington Center at St. Sophia Cathedral, a coalition of activists will be introducing LA vs NSA: How to Push Back Against Warrantless Spying as part of the Stop NSA Spying Coalition. The Huffington Center is located at 1324 Normandie Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90006. Parking is free.

Pardon Snowden Now!

Earlier today, Antiwar.com Editorial Director Justin Raimondo published this letter: Dear Friend of Antiwar.com, When darkness begins to fall, some curse the shadows – and others turn on the lights. One man, a 29-year-old former spook and apparent libertarian, has stepped forward to reveal the truth about what our government is doing – and rescue […]

FISA grants warrant for dragnet of domestic calls — what’s next?

UPDATE: ‘What’s next?’ Less than 24 hours later and we can answer that question. It’s called total content awareness, or PRISM, reported tonight by The Washington Post. “I’m just an average man, with an average life. I work from nine to five; hey hell, I pay the price. All I want is to be left […]