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Turn on your cell phone for TSA or don’t fly

Travelers on US-bound international flights will have to prove to the TSA that their cell phone has power before boarding the aircraft in the name of security. From The Guardian: Passengers using airports that offer direct flights to the US may be forced to switch on their mobile phones and other electronic devices to prove […]


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Snowden Leak: NSA collects more communications from Innocent Americans than foreign targets

In the latest leak from NSA whistle blower Edward Snowden, The Washington Post reports that the communications of innocent Americans, including emails, photos, and documents, vastly outnumber the communications of foreigners suspected of terrorism collected by the NSA. Ordinary Internet users, American and non-American alike, far outnumber legally targeted foreigners in the communications intercepted by the National […]


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Celebrate Independence Day By Opposing Government Tyranny

This week Americans will enjoy Independence Day with family cookouts and fireworks. Flags will be displayed in abundance. Sadly, however, what should be a celebration of the courage of those who risked so much to oppose tyranny will instead be turned into a celebration of government, not liberty. The mainstream media and opportunistic politicians have […]


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C4L Applauds Passage of Massie-Lofgren NSA Amendment

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Campaign for Liberty President John Tate released the following statement regarding Thursday night’s overwhelming vote to pass the Massie-Lofgren amendment to H.R. 4870, the 2015 Department of Defense Appropriations Act. The amendment, which passed 293-123, prohibits the National Security Agency from conducting warrantless searches of Americans’ electronic communications and denies funding for NSA […]


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Support Massie Amendment to end Warrantless Surveillance!

A bipartisan collation of members are offering an amendment to the Defense Department Appropriations Bill forbidding the use of funds to conduct warrantless surveillance of American citizens. Passing this amendment would be a major step forward in the battle to restore the Fourth Amendment. Among the members in the bipartisan coalition are Representative Thomas Massive […]


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