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Obama: Stalker in Chief

I Always Feel Like Somebody's Watching Me

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Obama: Stalker in Chief

I Always Feel Like Somebody's Watching Me

06/10/2013
Despite Outcry, NSA Spy Program Will Continue

This weekend Edward Snowden, a low-level employee who worked for a major defense contractor, came out to the press and acknowledged that he was the source of the leaks behind the National Security Administration's controversial spy program. The negative reaction to these revelations of the past week have been swift and strong from average Americans, some elected officials, and tech companies who have been named as participants in the NSA's data gathering scheme.

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Despite Outcry, NSA Spy Program Will Continue

This weekend Edward Snowden, a low-level employee who worked for a major defense contractor, came out to the press and acknowledged that he was the source of the leaks behind the National Security Administration's controversial spy program. The negative reaction to these revelations of the past week have been swift and strong from average Americans, some elected officials, and tech companies who have been named as participants in the NSA's data gathering scheme.

06/10/2013
Unshackling Cellphones: Freeing Digital Consumers from Government Regulation

Everyone should have the right to unlock their legally owned phones in the Digital–Age yet  government policy once again is unnecessarily limiting consumer choice. In 1998, Congress passed the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), which outlawed the sale or creation of software for circumventing anti-piracy locks on digital devices, even if they comply with copyright law.

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Unshackling Cellphones: Freeing Digital Consumers from Government Regulation

Everyone should have the right to unlock their legally owned phones in the Digital–Age yet  government policy once again is unnecessarily limiting consumer choice. In 1998, Congress passed the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), which outlawed the sale or creation of software for circumventing anti-piracy locks on digital devices, even if they comply with copyright law.

06/10/2013
The NSA and Fourth Amendment: Reliving 1984

The National Security Agency (NSA) used a top secret court order to collect telephone records on millions of Americans without their consent. The order demanded Verizon to provide records on an "ongoing, daily basis" to the federal government on calls both within the United States and between the United States and other countries.

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The NSA and Fourth Amendment: Reliving 1984

The National Security Agency (NSA) used a top secret court order to collect telephone records on millions of Americans without their consent. The order demanded Verizon to provide records on an "ongoing, daily basis" to the federal government on calls both within the United States and between the United States and other countries.

06/07/2013
The American People Deserve Answers on Massive NSA Phone Data Scandal

By now you've been alerted to news of another scandal breaking in the Obama Administration.  The National Security Agency has been collecting the metadata of Verizon customers in the USA and abroad since April of this year. Glenn Greenwald The Guardian broke the story on June 5th propelling the twitter hashtag NSA to trend: 

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The American People Deserve Answers on Massive NSA Phone Data Scandal

By now you've been alerted to news of another scandal breaking in the Obama Administration.  The National Security Agency has been collecting the metadata of Verizon customers in the USA and abroad since April of this year. Glenn Greenwald The Guardian broke the story on June 5th propelling the twitter hashtag NSA to trend: 

06/07/2013
National Insecurity

This morning we learned that the National Security Administration (NSA) has been collecting the phone records of every domestic Verizon customer since at least late April of this year. Under the auspices of "national security" the Obama Administration has been monitoring "meta-data" from Verizon customers. This includes who you're calling, where you're calling from and how long those calls last.

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National Insecurity

This morning we learned that the National Security Administration (NSA) has been collecting the phone records of every domestic Verizon customer since at least late April of this year. Under the auspices of "national security" the Obama Administration has been monitoring "meta-data" from Verizon customers. This includes who you're calling, where you're calling from and how long those calls last.

06/06/2013
Lindsey Graham vs. the Constitution

What is going on with Republican (?) Senator Lindsey Graham from South Carolina? He’s never been the most conservative of conservatives but, this week, he’s managed to tell us just how unimportant he finds the Constitution not once, but twice. Apparently, in Lindsey Graham’s world, the First and Fourth amendments are disposable. 

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Lindsey Graham vs. the Constitution

What is going on with Republican (?) Senator Lindsey Graham from South Carolina? He’s never been the most conservative of conservatives but, this week, he’s managed to tell us just how unimportant he finds the Constitution not once, but twice. Apparently, in Lindsey Graham’s world, the First and Fourth amendments are disposable. 

06/06/2013
The IRS and ObamaCare: Resources for Activists and Journalists

Here's a handy list of educational resources on why the IRS should not be entrusted with administering the president's health care law. I'll update this list as we publish additional resources. FreedomWorks

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The IRS and ObamaCare: Resources for Activists and Journalists

Here's a handy list of educational resources on why the IRS should not be entrusted with administering the president's health care law. I'll update this list as we publish additional resources. FreedomWorks

06/06/2013
The FreedomCast - Episode 45 - NSA Collecting Phone Data and Your Privacy with Andrew Grossman

On today’s edition of the FreedomCast, legal scholar for the Heritage foundation and litigator, Andrew Grossman joins me to discuss the latest on the NSA phone data scandal, your rights in an increasingly technological world and why “Orwellian” seems to be the new buzzword. Related links:   

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The FreedomCast - Episode 45 - NSA Collecting Phone Data and Your Privacy with Andrew Grossman

On today’s edition of the FreedomCast, legal scholar for the Heritage foundation and litigator, Andrew Grossman joins me to discuss the latest on the NSA phone data scandal, your rights in an increasingly technological world and why “Orwellian” seems to be the new buzzword. Related links:   

06/06/2013
Supreme Court Upholds Unconstitutional Law Allowing Police to Take DNA Samples Without Warrant

Monday was a bad day for the Fourth Amendment. The Supreme Court ruled in Maryland v. King, by a vote of 5-4, that it is constitutional for police to take DNA swabs of felony arrestees--who have not yet been convicted of anything--without a warrant. Yikes. All freedom lovers should be disappointed in the SCOTUS’ wrong decision: it’s a violation of our individual liberty and just downright creepy.

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Supreme Court Upholds Unconstitutional Law Allowing Police to Take DNA Samples Without Warrant

Monday was a bad day for the Fourth Amendment. The Supreme Court ruled in Maryland v. King, by a vote of 5-4, that it is constitutional for police to take DNA swabs of felony arrestees--who have not yet been convicted of anything--without a warrant. Yikes. All freedom lovers should be disappointed in the SCOTUS’ wrong decision: it’s a violation of our individual liberty and just downright creepy.

06/04/2013

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