We’re publishing reports by Congress’s think tank, the Congressional Research Service, which provides valuable insight and non-partisan analysis of issues of public debate. These reports are already available to the well-connected — we’re making them available to everyone for free.
Guide to military equipment and civil aviation.
GPS.gov's directory of status reports and operational directories.
Navigation Center RSS Feeds for Local Notices to Mariners (LNMs) for each Coast Guard District. These feeds are update automatically as soon as we publish the latest LNM for each districts.
Currently monitored by Tripwire.
A free guide to networks of power, lobbying, public relations and the communications activities of governments and other interests.
A website that claims to teach you how to beat a polygraph examination.
A website detailing which candidates recieved how much money from whom, and when.
A wiki set up by the US Patent Office to better determine whether or not prior art or obviousness apply to patent applications. It would behoove everyone to glance at it occasionally.
Where the candidates stand on the matters that matter.
A web portal linking to dozens of sources of freely available OSINT for anyone to make use of. Put the pieces together yourself, if you've a mind to.
A wiki devoted to explanation and analysis of FISMA (Federal Information Security Management Act) standards and requirements.
EPIC's ongoing documentation of DHS fusion centers and surveillance.
A website where you can purchase copies of the US Bill of Rights on metal cards and luggage tags.
The C'thulhu Mythos in the modern day (kinda). UFOs, the paranormal, and a horse doctor's dose of government black ops.
LittleSis is a site and mapping engine that data mines contributions, payments, and influence between political figures, lobbyists, contributions, and the very wealthy. Good for finding out who owns which politician, or which ones to "invest" in.
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