It was affirmed on Friday that the NSA will continue to collect phone records of millions of Americans.

JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for July 22 - 28, 2013.

A federal judge in Washington, D.C., Friday sharply challenged the Obama administration's claim that the president's decision to target Americans overseas for killing by drone strikes may not be subject to judicial review.

DNI James Clapper appears to have avoided accountability for having lied to Congress regarding the surveillance of millions of Americans by the federal government.

In an appearance before a reconfirmation hearing of the Senate Armed Services Committee on July 18, Gen. Martin Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said he favors a U.S. role in “building a moderate opposition” against the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

The Second District Court of Appeals struck down an injunction against indefinite detention of U.S. citizens by the president under the NDAA of 2012.

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.

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