Update: Snowden Redeemed: Secret Congressional Briefings Reveal NSA Listening to Phone Calls, Too... Without Warrants
In addition to the NSA targeting Medvedev specifically (which was exclusive #1 today), British intelligence was targeting other politicans and officials who attended the G20 summit in 2009:
Glenn Greenwald Vs. Lawrence O'Donnell (MSNBC A Commentary)
U.S.Court Decisions confirm "Driving a Motor Vehicle" is a right, not a govt granted privilege.
NSA Scandal Response "I'm innocent..who cares?" - Doug Wead Sums it up Best (FF to 18 min 35 sec)
As far as government schemes come, the NSA's super-surveillance PRISM program sounds like something straight out of dystopian science fiction.
Operation Mockingbird is alive and well. Last night I spent several hours on the Yahoo news site posting the message below at hundreds of articles by lemming-like regime hacks attacking Edward Snowden and defending the NSA.
FBI Says “All Options Are on the Table” for Bringing Leaker to Justice FBI director Robert Mueller promised that his agency “will be taking action against Edward Snowden for disclosing confidential government activities. There is no greater threat
"I am not here as a serf or vassal. I am not begging my lords for mercy. I'm a born free American woman, wife, mother and citizen. And I'm telling my government that you've forgotten your place.
The U.S. House of Representatives voted again Thursday to allow the indefinite military detention of Americans, blocking an amendment that would have barred the possibility.
Ron Paul Incredible Video Twice Removed YouTube
While testifying before the House Judiciary Committee today, FBI Director Robert Mueller could not name the lead investigator in the IRS case involving the targeting of conservative groups. It is now one month into the investigation.
It has been public information for a decade that the US government secretly, illegally and unconstitutionally spies on its citizens.
The Republican and Democratic parties have achieved a bipartisan purpose in uniting against the public’s need to know about massive surveillance programs and the need to redefine privacy in a more surveillance friendly image. They have also united in
After nearly 20 years and billions of taxpayer dollars, AmeriCorps has little to show.
The only thing we've endangered is the NSA's reputation
Are you on the list? Are you one of the millions of Americans that have been designated a threat to national security by the U.S. government
June 11 - At least eight are dead after a car bomb detonates near buses carrying Supreme Court staff home for the day in the Afghan capital. Lindsey Parietti reports.
Because - "It's never too early to start thinking about what you want to be when you grow up."
House Speaker John Boehner today called NSA leaker Edward Snowden a “traitor” who put Americans at risk by releasing classified information to the media.
Fully 45 percent of all Americans say the government should be able to go further than it is, saying that it should be able to monitor everyone’s online activity if doing so would prevent terrorist attacks. A slender majority, 52 percent, say
Apparently the big Internet companies are not as "innocent" in all of this as they originally led us to believe.
NSA Surveillance: "Don't Care. I've Got Nothing to Hide... (Oh, Really?!)"
Journalists like Glenn Greenwald & NSA Whistleblower MUST be Defended!
Analysis on Edward Snowden
Neil Cavuto Erupts Over Democratic Operative's Defense of Government NSA Scandal - VIDEO
Edward Snowden, 29, is now a hunted man. The media this morning has moved from the shock over the massive surveillance of citizens to attacking Snowden as a leaker.
Glenn Greenwald, the reporter at The Guardian who broke the story about NSA surveillance programs, discusses the information received from whistleblower Edward Snowden, saying the federal government is now trying to “scare the American people” ....
....allegations that a State Department security official in Beirut "engaged in sexual assaults" on foreign nationals hired as embassy guards and the charge and that members of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's security detail "engaged pros
President Obama has said the outrage over the federal government’s decision to monitor citizens’ phone activity is all “hype.” He might want to share his opinion with the U.S. Air Force, which is ordering members of the service not to look at news st