In a recent statement defending its incessant spying, the NSA created a propaganda masterpiece that would have made Goebbels proud.
An “independent” civil liberties board gave NSA spying its seal of approval. Turns out, this government board stretches the definition of independent past the breaking point.
Have you noticed that not once has an NSA revelation led people to say, “Oh, that isn’t as bad as I thought?” In fact, every leaked document proves the spy agency more invasive, more expansive and more insidious than we realized. And what we’ve seen likely represents only the tip of the iceberg. Last weekend, […]
In August, voters in Missouri will consider Amendment 9, a state constitutional amendment that would add protection for “electronic communications and data” to its search and seizure clause.
Whenever the NSA slips up and actually tells the truth, it becomes obvious why they are so deceptive: the truth reveals them to be frighteningly cold, callous and malicious.
A huge part of the NSA debate has centered around metadata and whether or not it is an onerous violation of our rights for the government to collect the data about our data. Dianne Feinstein, Mike Rogers, Barack Obama and others would have you believe that it is no big deal. However, a recent study […]
It seems as if the NSA cannot go one day without insulting the intelligence of the American public and desecrating the legacy of the Founding Fathers.
Supporters of NSA spying come up with all kinds of mental gymnastics to justify its gross violations of the Fourth Amendment.
The mass collection of all internet data will continue. The NSA will continue to undermine and sabotage encryption. The NSA will continue to try to pass warrantless data along to local law enforcement for non-terror investigations. The mass collection of phone records will continue as well.
Simply put, it appears the NSA has the capability to steal your money and may well have already used this power.