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Clapper: NSA conducts warrantless searches on American’s emails and phone calls

 
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Clapper: NSA conducts warrantless searches on American’s emails and phone calls

In a letter to Oregon Senator Ron Wyden, James Clapper, the director of national intelligence, confirmed that the National Security Agency has used a ‘loophole’ to search the private communications of US Citizens. According to The Guardian Many of the NSA’s most controversial programs collect information under the law affected by the so-called loophole. These […]


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EPA exposed humans to high levels of pollutants

According to a recently released government report, the Environmental Protection Agency has been performing experiments on humans, exposing them to high levels of pollutants, in order to measure their effects. From The Daily Caller The agency conducted tests on people with health issues and the elderly, exposing them to high levels of potentially lethal pollutants, […]


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Win an AR-15!

        Win the gun that Diane Feinstein wants to ban! There can be no freedom without the ability to defend it. C4L is standing up for freedom every day by fighting to Audit the Fed, repeal ObamaCare, stop NSA spying, and reclaim our Republic. But each and every one of us has […]


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Iowa tries to keep millions from tax that doesn’t exist

File this under actions taken by lawmakers that do not surprise me. From Watchdog.org For six years, the state has collected more than $20 million for a tax that didn’t exist. When questioned about it, the Legislature adopted the solution preferred by small children who’ve done something wrong — they pretended it never happened. In […]


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Supreme Court Strikes Down Aggregate Campaign Contribution Limits

Today in a 5-4 decision, the United States Supreme Court struck down a provision of the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act, more commonly referred to as McCain-Feingold, saying that limiting the amount of money individuals may contribute in a given election cycle was unconstitutional. Previously under the law, an individual was limited to contributing $123,200 to […]


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