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The Media’s Collective Amnesia Regarding James Clapper

The Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper, who admitted to lying to the National Committee of Intelligence last year about the scope of domestic NSA data collection, has recently testified in front of Congress, claiming that the information provided by … Continue reading

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A Plea to Senators Wyden and Udall: Become Whistleblowers

Senators Ron Wyden and Mark Udall have been outspoken critics of the recently revealed NSA surveillance programs for some time now. In fact, with few exceptions, they’ve been the only real critics of these secret programs within our entire government. … Continue reading

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War On Civil Liberty

In 2005 it was reported that President Bush was illegally spying on American citizens, ignoring the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), which had specific provisions ensuring that Americans were protected from eavesdropping, without a federal warrant.  The Bush DOJ protected … Continue reading

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The Need For Free Expression

Recent governmental attacks against journalists as a response to revelations of government malfeasance, as conveyed by whistle-blowers, should be a serious concern to all of us. Freedom of thought, voiced and placed into action by the freedom of expression, is … Continue reading

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Why Is Our Gov’t Fighting The Truth?

Politics is a cloak and dagger game.  Truth is masked, obscured, twisted, maimed, and sometimes reinvented.  The term democracy has become vague, manipulated to fit political convenience, while hidden agendas work ferociously to subvert basic liberties in the name of … Continue reading

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