Director of National Intelligence James Clapper Has Uncomfortably Close Ties To The Chinese Government
18 May 2014 12:31 pm Terresa Monroe-Hamilton
By: Terresa Monroe-Hamilton
Color me not surprised in the least. Trevor Loudon and I have warned you for years that there is a very real connection between Barack Obama, his Administration, Russia and China. It’s one thing to claim there are direct ties, it’s another to catch these governments in bed together.
Judicial Watch has done just that and my hat is off to them. It turns out that Theodore H. Moran, an adviser to James Clapper, the Director of National Intelligence, has been a naughty little subversive. Yes, he has… worse …
Obama Decides Ending NSA Bulk Data Collection Is An Awesome Legislative Issue
25 Mar 2014 8:12 am William Teach
After fighting against truly restricting the data collection programs by the NSA, which vastly expanded during his own time in office (and, yes, I do throw Blame at Bush and Congressional Dems and Republicans, as well), Mr. Obama has decided that this would be a great issue
(NY Times) The Obama administration is preparing to unveil a legislative proposal for a far-reaching overhaul of the National Security Agency’s once-secret bulk phone records program in a way that — if approved by Congress — would end the aspect that has most alarmed …
Dianne Feinstein Discovers a Reason to Oppose Overreach by the Surveillance State
12 Mar 2014 3:07 pm Dave Blount
Authoritarian Senator Dianne Feinstein finds the intrusive surveillance state less appealing when she’s the one under Big Brother’s microscope:
The whistleblower Edward Snowden accused the chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee of double standards on Tuesday, pointing out that her outrage at evidence her staff were spied on by the CIA was not matched by concern about widespread surveillance of ordinary citizens.
Snowden, the former contractor whose disclosures to journalists revealed widespread surveillance by the National Security Agency, was responding to an explosive statement by Senator Dianne Feinstein about the CIA’s attempts …
7 Jan 2014 11:23 am Terresa Monroe-Hamilton
By: Terresa Monroe-Hamilton
Robert Caplin for The New York Times: At The Washington Post, Betty Medsger was the first to report on the contents of the stolen FBI files. Now, she has written a book about the episode.
Using an agency’s domestic misbehavior to undermine its external security mission is not an exercise in whistleblowing, but an exercise in misdirection and subterfuge to accomplish treason. I believe that Snowden is a traitor and a communist agent. Did it ever occur to America that Snowden had to have help from the inside to …
NSA Refuses To Say It’s Not Spying On Members Of Congress
6 Jan 2014 6:42 am John Hawkins
The idea that the NSA could be spying on members of Congress is absolutely unacceptable.
“Has the NSA spied, or is the NSA currently spying, on members of Congress or other elected officials?”
That’s the question Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) put to the National Security Agency’s chief in a bluntly worded letter Friday. It seems, however, that the agency cannot categorically say no.
Sanders didn’t use the word “spy” lightly. He was careful to define his terms, indicating he meant the collection of phone records from personal as well as official telephones, “content …
Rand Paul to Sue Obama Over NSA Spying
4 Jan 2014 12:19 pm Warner Todd Huston
Tea Party favorite and libertarian-minded Senator Rand Paul (R, KY) is suing Barack Obama over his misuse of the National Security Agency (NSA).
Senator Paul has announced that he is joining a class action lawsuit being filed against Obama’s NSA. He also noted that he is joining the lawsuit as an average citizen, not as a US Senator.
The lawsuit will claim violations of the Fourth Amendment. The main focus will be to target the NSA’s metadata program.
For more information on the lawsuit, go to RandPaul2016.com and click on the lawsuit banner.
A Bipartisan Group Of Senators Suggests the NSA May Have Illegally Created A National Gun Registry
1 Jul 2013 6:22 am John Hawkins
We still don’t know the extent of the NSA’s unconstitutional spying on Americans, but disturbingly, there is now a bipartisan group of senators suggesting that it may have been trying to create a gun database.
Senators are questioning whether the National Security Agency collected bulk data on more than just Americans’ phone records, such as firearm and book purchases.
A bipartisan group of 26 senators, led by Sen. Ron Wyden (D., Ore.) asked Director of National Intelligence James Clapper to detail the scope and limits of the National Security Agency’s surveillance …