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Security…or Surveillance? The Edward Snowden Interview

In this wide-ranging exclusive interview, former intelligence analyst turned whistleblower Edward Snowden tells all. What to say to those who argue that they’ve got nothing to hide so nothing to fear from the intrusive ears of the state? Snowden is engagingly philosophical yet frank about his current position and where we are headed as a […]

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The Debate On NSA’s DOMESTIC SPYING PROVISIONS is a Joke

The government is not us. We did not delegate our representatives to spy on us. These anti-Fourth Amendment provisions were created behind closed doors, without public scruitiny and only revealed through the heroics of Edward Snowden. Public servants continue to morph into public masters before our very eyes. Judge Napolitano explains why any real expectations […]

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Did the Government Spy on Trump? Of Course. It Spies on All of Us!

By Ron Paul There was high drama last week when Rep. Devin Nunes announced at the White House that he had seen evidence that the communications of the Donald Trump campaign people, and perhaps even Trump himself, had been “incidentally collected” by the US government. If true, this means that someone authorized the monitoring of […]

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The Surveillance State

Abby Hall Blanco analyzes the discussion about national surveillance, the case of Edward Snowden and the leak of classified NSA information that confirmed the government collects and has access to the personal information of US citizens, as well as how individual freedom and privacy have been hijacked through the years under the guise of protection […]

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