It has been public information for a decade that the US government secretly, illegally, and unconstitutionally spies on its citizens. Congress and the federal courts have done nothing about this extreme violation of the US Constitution and statutory
Political opponents of President Obama witnessed something in early June that they probably thought they would never see - an opinion piece in The New York Times that was highly critical of the president.
The firestorm of media coverage over a whistleblower’s revelation...has become muddled by pundits conflating the two distinct agency efforts.
One of them has been tortured; another is surrounded by armed men and trapped; and the third is hiding ten thousand miles away, in fear of his life. And what were their crimes? Telling the truth.
Scott Horton (ScottHorton.Org) comes on the show to discuss the NSA Surveillance - Marcel Van Hattam (Language of Liberty - Brazil) comes in studio to talk about sharing liberty and the message of freedom throughout Brazil - Glenn Cripe joins the con
Up until now, the general public has known very little about the U.S. government spy grid that knows almost everything about us. But making this information public is going to cost Edward Snowden everything. Essentially, his previous life is now to
On August 1, 2007, candidate Obama sharply criticized then-President Bush's government surveillance programs. Following the disclosures of Edward Snowden, President Obama defended the NSA's top-secret PRISM program.
A controversial police spy agency overlooked the alleged Boston Marathon bombing mastermind, but kept secret files on local peace activists—possibly including marathon rescue hero Carlos Arredondo.
The only thing we've endangered is the NSA's reputation
When even Zee Germans are staring open-mouthed at what they call "American-style Stasi methods" you know things have got a little out of hand.
In the last 24 hours, sales of the 'big brother' book 1984 on Amazon.com have soared by almost 7000% as the reality of the surveillance state come to the public's attention.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation records happenings at the National Security Agency since September 11, 2001.
Vladimir Putin's spokesman says any appeal for asylum from whistleblower who fled US will be looked at 'according to facts'
House Speaker John Boehner today called NSA leaker Edward Snowden a “traitor” who put Americans at risk by releasing classified information to the media.
Paul Rosenberg (Freeoman's Perspective) on the NSA surveillance, where we are headed as a country - Mark Schmidter (activist jailed for 100+ days for passing out FIJA flyers) on his arrest - Stanislav Shalunov (Open Garden) on the technical aspects o
You will probably be quite familiar with the idea that the government has a nasty habit of spying on Americans who haven’t done anything wrong.
As most Americans are taking in the deluge of stories regarding the NSA wiretapping, spying and data mining through all the major internet and phone providers plus the social media organizations, one must think that George Orwell was right, just 30 o
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
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said Friday that the US justice system was suffering from a "calamitous collapse in the rule of law", as Washington reeled from the sensational exposure of vast spy agency surveillance programmes.
President Barack Obama said recently that the Department of Justice’s monitoring of reporters as part of national security leak investigations could “chill the investigative journalism that holds government accountable.”
“The White House talking points that you’re using are completely misleading and false."
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” ....
A flashback to Dr. Paul warning us of computer monitoring and data collecton.
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
There are just way too many people -- and I'm talking about on our side -- who do not want to admit what we face, who do not want to engage or admit or whatever what we really face here. It matters. This kind of stuff matters because of who the peopl
Nicholas Merrill is planning to revolutionize online privacy with a concept as simple as it is ingenious: a telecommunications provider designed from its inception to shield its customers from surveillance
If you post articles to your Facebook wall that warn others about the dangers of vaccines, or Tweet links to the latest studies tying vaccines to autism through Twitter, the vaccine pushers of the world could soon know about it in real time. Accordin