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Key Vote YES on DoD Amendment to Rein in the NSA

As one of our over 6 million FreedomWorks activists nationwide, I urge you to contact your representative and urge him or her to vote YES on the Sensenbrenner amendment to H.R. 4870, the Department of Defense Appropriations bill. Co-sponsored by a bi-partisan coalition that includes Reps. Amash, Lofgren, Conyers, and Massie, this amendment would disallow any funding in the bill from being used to search for the communications of U.S. citizens gathered without a warrant.

06/19/2014
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Tell Your Representative to Support the Email Privacy Act

The government can't search your physical mailbox without a warrant - why should your email inbox be any different?

06/04/2014
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The Covert Evisceration of NSA Reform in the House

Republican leadership relied on Pelosi-like trickery to gut effective NSA surveillance reform.

05/22/2014
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FreedomWorks Statement on Weakened USA Freedom Act

Along with many other pro-civil liberties groups, FreedomWorks endorsed the USA Freedom Act introduced by Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner. The original bill contained language that would end the NSA’s bulk collection of data and increase transparency in government. We acknowledged that it wasn’t the perfect bill but it was a step in the right direction to reform the NSA. We had hoped that it would be voted on without significant changes that undermine the intent of the USA Freedom Act.

05/21/2014
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Key Vote NO on the Nomination of David Jeremiah Barron to the First Circuit Court

As one of our over 6 million FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to contact your senators and ask that they vote NO on the nomination of David Jeremiah Barron to the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. FreedomWorks staunchly opposes the potential judgeship of Mr. Barron based on the integral role he played in developing legal memos that authorized the targeted killing of American citizens overseas by the U.S. Government.

05/20/2014
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05/19/2014
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Coalition Letter: Improving the USA Freedom Act

FreedomWorks has signed the following coalition letter, giving recommendations to the House leaders and Rules Committee on revisions to the USA Freedom Act that would more effectively protect Americans from the NSA's warrantless metadata collection. The letter was organized by the Center for Democracy and Technology.

05/16/2014
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A Strangeness Called Trust and Privacy

When Blanche DuBois stepped off that streetcar named Desire and stepped into her sister’s rough French Quarter neighborhood, it was an era far different from our own. The New Orleans portrayed in Tennessee Williams’s iconic play wasn’t idyllic or gentle, but it had the charm of post-war cheerfulness. America had slogged through the Great Depression, won the fight against Hitler, and was rewarded with decades of prosperity. Stanley Fischer may have been a violent lout to his wife and sister-in-law, but there was a certain innocence to the time after the Great War’s sequel and before Lyndon Johnson’s guns-and-butter debauchery. Civil society was still a strong presence in American life and disputes were handled neighbor-to-neighbor. The idea of ubiquitous government surveillance in peacetime was alien.

05/12/2014
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Real Talk with Julie Borowski: Stop Snooping, NSA!

05/09/2014
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Op-ed Placement

KIBBE: Hanging up on the NSA’s phone surveillance

A couple of months ago, Sen. Rand Paul and I, along with more than 386,000 other plaintiffs and lead counsel Ken Cuccinelli filed a class-action suit against the president of the United States and the directors of the National Security Agency (NSA). We aren’t seeking damages. We don’t want money.

05/07/2014

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