Category NSA

Top 9 Pieces of Modern Day Conspiracy Propaganda

This is a great article. It is going to be my ‘go to’ reference for  “conspiracy theories”. Makia Freeman, Contributor Waking Times Modern day conspiracy propaganda is plentiful. This article is the final article (part 4) of the series exposing modern-day propaganda (click here for part 1, part 2 and part 3). The conspiracy goes way deeper than most […]

Don’t tap me, tap that guy behind the tree

Keiser Report: ‘Chattel’ on Corporate Balance Sheets (E988)

Life in the Electronic Concentration Camp: The Surveillance State Is Alive and Well

  By John Whitehead, constitutional and human rights attorney, and founder of the Rutherford Institute. “Big Brother in the form of an increasingly powerful government and in an increasingly powerful private sector will pile the records high with reasons why privacy should give way to national security, to law and order […] and the like.” […]

Obama Endorses Faux NSA Reform

Obama Endorses Faux NSA Reform By: DSWright In the immediate aftermath of the Snowden revelations America had a chance to make some real reforms to unconstitutional domestic spying programs authorized during the post-9/11 panic attack. A bill, proposed by Representative Justin Amash, was launched in the House to restore some of the country’s founding principles […]

Remember the NSA Scandal?

[Ed: A recovered post. I intended to post this last year. Hope the links still work.] Why is Obama so indifferent to the NSA scandal? Given that the NSA is guilty of some of the most wide spread crimes against the largest number of American citizens since the country had slavery, it is curious that […]

The Fourth Branch: Who Rules Washington?

By Tom Engelhardt August 04, 2014 “ICH” – “TomDispatch” –  As every schoolchild knows, there are three check-and-balance branches of the U.S. government: the executive, Congress, and the judiciary. That’s bedrock Americanism and the most basic high school civics material. Only one problem: it’s just not so. During the Cold War years and far more […]