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State Department Launches $40 Million Propaganda Offensive

Washington, D.C.— The U.S. State Department’s counter-propaganda office, the Global Engagement Center (GEC), has announced a partnership with the Pentagon that infused the organization...

Bill to Block NDAA Indefinite Detention Provisions Passes Ariz. Senate Committee

A bill that would prevent federal officials from enforcing the indefinite detention provisions found in sections 1021 and 1022 of the National Defense Authorization...

BROZE: Obama Vetoes 2016 Defense Budget Bill

President Obama used his veto power on Thursday to reject the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) of 2016. The NDAA is the annual military budget...

“Apache Stronghold” Arrives in Washington D.C. to Protest Sale of Sacred...

On Tuesday the Apache Stronghold activist community arrived in Washington D.C. for two days of ceremony and protest in front of the White House....

Rand Sounds Off On Indefinite Detention- Next POTUS Must Support the...

Kentucky Senator and possible presidential candidate Rand Paul met potential voters at Fulchino Vineyard in Hollis, New Hampshire on Saturday, March 21st. Republican New Hampshire State...

Main Stream Press Silent on Indefinite Detention’s threat to every American

One of the most under reported issues of 2014 has been Indefinite Detention. So kudos to the Pontiac Tribune for featuring a story about PANDA, People...
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Supreme Court Denies NDAA Lawsuit

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: presschief@pandaunite.org BOWLING GREEN – On September 12th, 2012, Federal District Judge Katherine B. Forrest issued a permanent injunction against enforcement of Section 1021 of...

Idaho Town Does the Honors of Banning Federal NDAA Indefinite Detention

Detaining Americans indefinitely, without trial, through the use of military force is well established. Every year since its inception in 2012, President Obama has...

New Hampshire Lawmakers Hopeful to Nullify NDAA Indefinite Detention

Two years ago when President Obama signed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) into law, civil libertarians were put to the test in terms...

Obama Extends Indefinite Detention into 2014 while Parading Gitmo “Reform”

Article submitted by guest contributor Ezra Van Auken.   On the last day of 2011, President Obama signed into law a massive military budget for the...

Breaking: Michigan nullifies NDAA Indefinite Detention

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder (R) signed into law yesterday SB0094. The bill attempts to nullify Section 1021 of the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act...

NSA, NDAA, Real ID Act | Rep. Justin Amash says Congress...

Leaders in Washington are fighting direct threats to liberty: the NDAA, the Real ID act, and NSA programs. In an interview with the DailyCaller.com, Rep. Justin...

Mom Passionately Pleads Against the NDAA

In a typical government meeting, public comments are near the beginning. At this particular Clark County (Nevada) Commission meeting, there were two sets of...

Two Cities Stop NDAA Indefinite Detention, Even for Feds

On December 31st, 2011, President Barack Obama signed the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) which, besides providing funding for our troops, authorized the...

BREAKING: CALIFORNIA NULLIFIES NDAA INDEFINITE DETENTION

Assembly Bill (AB) 351 was signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown yesterday. California is the third state to have passed legislation, which nullifies...

Exclusive: Albany New York’s City Council Attempting To Block NDAA

Attempts to block or end indefinite detention of U.S. citizens simply suspected of association with terrorism, has come to Albany, New York. For well...

Ben Swann & Dan Johnson on Storm Clouds Gathering

Ben Swann and Dan Johnson from People Against The NDAA interviewed on Storm Clouds Gathering.  In this interview Dan announces the official P.A.N.D.A. endorsement...

Brian Engelman Of The New American Media Interviews Ben Swann

Brian Engelman of The New American Media interviews Ben Swann. They discuss a wide range off issues including the NSA and Edward Snowden.