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A Good Leak

 The result of all this is liberty lost — as innocents have their privacy invaded and, as we know, sometimes even revealed to the public for political purposes — and our safety compromised, since the NSA repeatedly discovers that it … Continue reading

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FREEDOM Act Passes, Effectively Kills Freedom

 The new version of the FREEDOM Act is no better, except perhaps in the language being used to promote it.  The hijacking of the English language has been one of their main weapons in the war on Western culture. — … Continue reading

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If You Encrypt Your Cellphone the Terrorists Win

 “Apple has created a phone that is dark, that cannot be accessed by law enforcement even when a court has authorized us to look at its contents,” said Vance…”That’s going to be the terrorists’ communication device of choice.” Ah yes, … Continue reading

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Where’s the Outrage?

When the president violates the Constitution and the Congress and courts do nothing to stop him, we have effectively amended the Constitution with a wink and a nod — by consent, if you will. Its guarantees of liberty are only … Continue reading

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Keep The NSA Out Of Your Email – Avoid Unwarranted NSA Surveillance

by Bill Rounds Esq. from How to Vanish The NSA can read your emails, listen to your phone calls, see all of your purchases, and look at your library records without a warrant.  They so extensively monitor your activity that … Continue reading

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Is Your Computer Hard Drive Hiding an NSA Spy Program?

“I have long viewed this as one of the most important stories in the Snowden archive because it puts a face on the NSA’s surveillance overreach and illustrates, yet again — that domestic spying abuses usually target minorities, marginalized groups, … Continue reading

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Edward Snowden wins 2013 Free Press Peace Prize

Meantime back at the ranch, Pope Francis (Mr. Marxism lite himself) is Time’s “Person of the Year” which indicates the magnanimity of the threat we face. — jtl, 419 via Whiteout Press.com December 10, 2013. With a track record like … Continue reading

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The Truth Shall Keep Us Free

by Andrew P. Napolitano Recently by Andrew P. Napolitano: Fidelity to the Constitution When We Need It Which is more dangerous to personal liberty in a free society: a renegade who tells an inconvenient truth about government law-breaking, or government … Continue reading

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Since we’re all suspects, anyhow …

by Claire Wolfe via Living Freedom One databit that arose out of Edward Snowden’s NSA snooping revelations is one most of us missed. It’s another that comes in the category of tiny, fascinating, but completely unsurprising. To wit (according to … Continue reading

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Edward Snowden: the whistleblower behind the NSA surveillance revelations

Series: Glenn Greenwald on security and liberty via The Guardian The 29-year-old source behind the biggest intelligence leak in the NSA’s history explains his motives, his uncertain future and why he never intended on hiding in the shadows • Q&A with … Continue reading

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