You know - I used to feel PATRIOTIC exercising my second amendment rights - felt like a part of something important, a strong, proud citizenry, don't mess with America. Feels more and more like the gestapo is watching.
May 7, 2015
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit issued its opinion today in ACLU v. Clapper,
a case challenging the legality of Section 215 of the Patriot Act. Section 215 allows access to
"tangible things," that are "relevant to an authorized investigation," and has been...
More 'unrelated', 'lone wolf' attacks I bet by the Religion of Peace.
No they've not said it yet. Bets that it's something other than that though?
Stupid to think they could ram through one of those gates though. Education takes a back seat to allah power I guess...
I'll save my comments and just reflect.
For those with a connection, some of this may scrape a raw nerve.
Vietnam Prisoner Of War / Missing In Action (POW/MIA) Information
On 13 July 1992, the Senate Select Committee on POW/MIA Affairs levied a task on NSA/CSS
Blimp hovers over NSA building in protest.
BLUFFDALE - A California-based group that has been battling the National Security Agency for years in lawsuits flew a giant blimp over the NSA Data Center in Utah early Friday.
Parker Higgen, of the San Francisco-based group Electronic Frontier...
Verizon "Enhances" Mobile Ad Program to Collect PC Web Traffic
Mon, 04/28/2014 - 11:16am
Verizon alerted customers it's "enhancing" it Relevant Mobile Advertising program to incorporate information gathered from desktop and laptop Internet habits.
According to the LA Times, Verizon...
In an open letter to President Obama and Congress, eight of the most prominent U.S. tech companies have demanded that strict new limits be put on government surveillance...
First of all, before anyone jumps down my throat - I am glad this dispicable ******* got busted! I have two children and I hope nothing like this ever happens to either one of them, or any other child for that matter!
But I am not sure that I want Google to be looking at pictures they have...
Originally published: November 13, 2013 3:31 PM
Updated: November 13, 2013 3:36 PM
By TOM BRUNE
WASHINGTON -- Rep. Peter King, a staunch defender of government anti-terrorism programs, said he went to the headquarters of the National Security Agency Wednesday morning and told its...
5]SAN FRANCISCO -- The National Security Agency secretly collects information that flows between the data centers of technology giants Yahoo and Google, the Washington Post reported Wednesday, citing documents from former NSA contractor Edward Snowden and interviews with knowledgeable officials...
Gee I have to wonder what his answer will be but I'll take a shot here.
I'm not sure
I haven't heard of that
I plead the 5th
It was the IRS
we collect it but look at it
I'd tell you but then I'd have to kill you
It's national security I can't answer that except in a private meeting
NSA Phone Tracking 'Acceptable' To Over Half Of Americans
There's about a 50/50 chance that you, the individual reading this article, are comfortable with the NSA tracking your phone to fight terrorism. The rest of you have flushed your 4G down the toilet and are currently curled up on your...
The vote on the new National ID system may take place as soon as NEXT WEEK.
Already, Barack Obama's snoop-state insiders at the NSA have a massive database full of BILLIONS of emails, phone records, and Internet usage of American citizens.
Imagine all of that information being...
The Fort Meade, Md. headquarters of the National Security Agency, which is vacuuming up Verizon call records "on an ongoing daily basis."
(Credit: Getty Images)
The National Security Agency is vacuuming up records of millions of phone calls made inside the United States, a top secret court order...