Although the chief architects of the surveillance state insist that unconstitutional monitoring promotes safety, the evidence proves otherwise.

A former U.S. Senator from New Hampshire expressed his support of Edward Snowden, the National Security Agency contract worker who exposed the NSA's massive data collection program.

Janet Napolitano will be leaving the Obama administration to head up the University of California, which means that she may have less opportunity to wreak constitutional and economic havoc in the future than she did as head of the DHS.

 

In a hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, James Comey, President Obama's choice to head the FBI, left the door open for deadly domestic drone strikes.

A report by the Electronic Frontier Foundation reveals that Customs and Border Protection is loaning its drones to state and local law enforcement agencies for surveillance.

Obama is lobbying a reluctant Congress to support arming the jihadist Syrian rebels, even after key committees rebuked his unpopular plan to send them aid.

JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for July 8 - 14, 2013.

The country's largest tech companies have been hiding the true scope of their cooperation with the NSA's surveillance programs.

The Public Safety Committee of the California State Senate unanimously passed a bill that would partially prevent participation by state officials in the indefinite detention of Californians.

Despite promising to protect the innocent from drone strikes, President Obama recently approved an attack that killed a 10-year-old boy.

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