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Massie to Hit Ground Running on NSA Reform in 114th Congress

Following the removal of the Massie-Lofgren amendment during the backroom wheeling and dealing over the “CRomnibus” package, the representatives joined together with Rep. Sensenbrenner to introduce H.R. 5800, the “Secure Data Act of 2014.” The bill forbids Federal agencies from forcing tech manufacturers from having to place vulnerabilities in their hardware that could later be […]


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Cromnibus abides by budget caps but still increases spending

No, that is not a misprint… Last night, the House passed the “Cromnibus” spending bill, which mysteriously grew to 1,774 pages after 171 pages were added in the Rules Committee. The bill will be voted on in the Senate this weekend, following which the House and Senate will go home for the holidays. Supporters of […]


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Thank You to the 16 House R’s who voted against the Rule for the CRomnibus

Sixteen brave House Republicans voted today against moving forward with the CRomnibus legislation. Inside sources tell us House Speaker John Boehner himself was whipping votes on the floor of the House! As Tim wrote yesterday there are many bad parts of this massive piece of legislation that funds the government through September 2015. Here are […]


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$1,230 in gold for YOU!

The Big Government establishment of BOTH parties has all the money. They still hold the reins of power in Washington, D.C. And they play dirty. Friend, I know it seems the statists hold virtually EVERY advantage in their all-out march to shred the U.S. Constitution and DESTROY every bit of our liberty, but . . […]


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Congress Increases NSA’s Spying Capability

Last night, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 4681, The Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2015.  According to Congressman Justin Amash (R-MI), the bill included a new measure, Section 309., which “authorizes ‘the acquisition, retention, and dissemination’ of nonpublic communications, including those to and from U.S. persons.  The section contemplates that those private communications […]


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