Don’t Be Fooled: NSA Spying Will Continue

NSA spying won’t be stopped by ending of a law that never authorized it. Conor Friedersdorf wrote an interesting analysis at the Atlantic: “The Weird End of the NSA’s Phone Dragnet.” In the wee hours of Saturday morning, the U.S. Senate played host to a moment that took mass surveillance on the phone records of Americans from outrage to farce. The NSA’s phone dragnet had already been declared illegal. Earlier this month, a federal appeals court ruled that while the surveillance agency Read more […]

Obama’s Benghazi Scapegoat to Become National Security Adviser

On September 11, 2012, between 125 – 200 Islamic militants attacked the US Consulate in Benghazi, Libya.  After nearly eight hours of fighting, US Ambassador Christopher Stevens, US Foreign Service Information Management Officer Sean Smith, embassy security officers Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty were dead and ten others were wounded. Over the next month, the American people heard a myriad of stories about what happened that tragic night.  We were told that it was a riot over a garage-made anti-Islam Read more […]