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  • Voluntaryists saving Snowden
    Can Voluntaryst Superheroes save Snowden from the NSA?
    The Voluntaryist comic book superheroes are at it again. After taking on statist monsters, statist zombies, statist TSA trolls who "protect" travelers from terrorists by terrorizing travelers they're back to bash the NSA nasties of...
  • Department of Veteran Affairs failing vets again
    Scandal are forgotten, but so are the problems as vets still wait for care
    Just a year ago there were different outrages that the nation was embroiled in. During the summer of 2014, the Obama Administration was reeling from scandal after scandal. NSA privacy violations, IRS punishment for political activism, ISIS...
  • Marine interviews Role Player
    Edward Snowden’s betrayal assisting Russia and China in identifying spies
    Edward Snowden’s theft of American intelligence continues damaging the national security of the U.S. and its allies, with the Sunday Times reporting that the United Kingdom had to remove human intelligence assets from operations throughout...
  • Rand Paul sacks the NSA while the Patriot Act takes a holiday
    Rand Paul sacks the NSA while the Patriot Act takes a holiday
    Politics aside, Senator Rand Paul lived up to the words of his book and took a stand against the NSA and the original Patriot Act which was due to expire at midnight Monday, June 01, 2015 if a vote to roll over the current Patriot Act did not...
  • Apple
    Apple and Tech Sector Have Short Memories with the Freedom Act
    Apple’s Tim Cook is decrying our American culture of domestic surveillance and people spying on other people in the wake of the passage of the Freedom Act and the expiration of some parts of the Patriot Act.While liberals and libertarians...
  • Rand Paul's paranoia
    Rand Paul's paranoia
    Last night, Rand Paul took a dangerous step. Last night, Sen. Paul accused fellow senators of wishing for a terrorist attack so they could blame him for the attack:RAND PAUL: People here in town think I’m making a huge mistake. Some of them,...
  • Domestic surveillance by any name still smells … Rands stand against 215
    Domestic surveillance by any name still smells … Rands stand against 215
    Part of the Washington mystique is to call things by names that lull the public into believing the government is diligently protecting our nation from foreign enemies – case-in-point: the USA Patriot Act, the Foreign Intelligence...
  • Senator Rand Paul
    Rand Paul leads bipartisan effort to filibuster NSA spying parts of Patriot Act
    Believe it or not, there are still those in Congress who think that the Patriot Act is a good program. Even worse, there may be enough of these frightfully misinformed Senators, led by none other than Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, to...
  • Stop spying
    An appeals court has ruled the NSA's spying program has been illegal
    A U.S. appeals court has addressed the sensitive issue of NSA spying on American's and has ruled that this has been illegal. Reuters reported on May 7, 2015, a federal appeals court ruled on Thursday that the NSA spying program which has been...
  • Libertarians, conservatives and liberals form group to end surveillance program
    Libertarians, conservatives and liberals form group to end surveillance program
    Headed by the libertarian-minded Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), Bill of Rights Defense Committee and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Fight 215 has been formed to spur Americans into action to eliminate Section 215 of the Patriot...
  • Artists illegally place Edward Snowden statue in Brooklyn park
    Artists illegally place Edward Snowden statue in Brooklyn park
    Edward Snowden has been a polarizing and controversial figure ever since June 2013, when he leaked a number of classified National Security Agency documents to the public. The documents revealed a few of the NSA’s nastier surveillance...
  • NSA Headquarters in Maryland
    FBI investigating shooting at National Security Agency
    The FBI is investigating Monday morning's shooting that left one dead and another man seriously wounded at the headquarters of theNational Security AgencyinFort Meade, Maryland, after two men dressed as women tried to storm the gate. The NSA...
  • OSINT NEWS reveals U.S. and foreign intelligence agency happenings
    OSINT NEWS reveals U.S. and foreign intelligence agency happenings
    If you are a journalist, spy thriller author, spy buff, or are a real live spy workingas a professional case officer in the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC), you will enjoy the OSINT NEWS site.For daily updates on happenings within the 17 agencies...
  • Senators Sans Email
    Senators sans email: why we should worry
    Worse than learning that the fourth highest official in the U.S. government could not multitask two smartphones at one time, is learning that some Senators barely use the one they have. Specifically, it seems that at least eightsenators (John...
  • Jimmy Wales of Wikipedia
    Wikipedia files lawsuit against NSA over privacy
    Wikipedia is heading up a lawsuit against the United States National Security Agency. According to an editorial written by Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales in the New York Times on March 10, the company, along with eight groups, feels that the mass...
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