The National Security Agency (NSA) has no monopoly on the use of intrusive surveillance tools to keep us all under the watchful eye of government.  A story in the Washington Post reveals that the FBI can remotely activate laptop cameras without users knowing they're being watched.

Revolutionary leader Nelson Mandela died late Thursday, December 5, and presidents, dictators, and the press from around the world are in mourning, but it should be remembered that the U.S. government labeled his group a terrorist group for a reason.

Members of the Guardian newspaper staff may be charged with crimes of terrorism over the British newspaper's handling of secret U.S. National Security Agency documents leaked by computer analyst Edward Snowden, the Reuters news agency reported.

 

Hassan al-Laqis, a senior Hezbollah commander, was shot on December 3 outside his home two miles southwest of Beirut, dying a few hours later on December 4. A statement released by Hezbollah said that al-Laqis was killed as he returned home from work around midnight.

The amount spent by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) since 2007 on a program to identify suspicious airplane passengers: $900 million.

A document leaked by whistleblower Edward Snowden reveals that the NSA is intent on maintaining its dominance in intelligence collection and has pledged to expand upon those powers.

Dr. Shakil Afridi, the Pakistani doctor who helped the United States locate Osama bin Laden, has been charged with murder.

Citizens of Oxford, Massachusetts, have received support from a U.S. congressman for the city's adoption of an anti-NDAA resolution.

In an interview with ABC News, U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.) revealed the level of financial support of terror supplied by the U.S. military.

President Obama plans to train Islamic Libyan "troops,” which will help the embatttled Muslim Brotherhood-linked Islamic regime cement its loose grip on power.

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