Glenn Greenwald: New NSA Leak From Snowden 'Very Imminent'
“One of the most important in the archive,” says Greenwald.
by Caleb Howe
Senior NSA Executive: NSA Started Spying On Journalists in 2002 … In Order to Make Sure They Didn’t Report On Mass Surveillance
The Story of NSA’s “First Fruits” Program Has Never Been Told.
by Washington's Blog

NSA Whistleblower: Snowden Never Had Access to the JUICIEST Documents
Many of Tice’s allegations have been confirmed by other government whistleblowers.
by Washington's Blog
5,000 Years of History Shows that Mass Spying Is Always Aimed at Crushing Dissent
Tyrants Have Always Spied On Their Own People.
by Washington's Blog

Teen Confronts Nancy Pelosi on NSA Spying
House Minority Leader bumbles embarrassing response.
by Paul Joseph Watson
Facecrook: NSA storing your facial web images, millions intercepted daily
The National Security Agency is collecting millions of images of people through its international surveillance network to be implemented in a number of other facial recognition programs.
by RT

'Biggest yet': Greenwald to publish names of Americans whom NSA is spying on
Greenwald will reveal those in the USA who were targeted by the NSA.
by RT
NSA to Listen to Conversations in Real Time via Cellphone Mic
New Facebook app another backdoor for government snooping.
by Paul Joseph Watson


LA County Sheriff Admits Big Brother Is Here "But We Kept It Pretty Hush Hush"
Zero Hedge | If it’s adopted, Americans can be policed like Iraqis and Afghanis under occupation.

by Zero Hedge

The Shaky Legal Foundation of NSA Surveillance on Americans
The Atlantic | What the final clause of the Fourth Amendment means in interpreting the government’s rights.

by The Atlantic


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Steve Watson | Sad state of affairs as the only meaningful media questioning of mass surveillance comes from Daily Show Offshoot.

by Steve Watson

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Zero Hedge | “Turning over a lot of that material… gave all kinds of information, not only to big countries, but to networks and terrorist groups and the like.”

by Zero Hedge


Intelligence Head Who Lied To Congress Bans Employees From Talking To Media
Steve Watson | “Henceforward, the only news about intelligence is to be authorized news.”

by Steve Watson

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Breitbart | D.C., Justices Antonin Scalia and Ruth Bader Ginsburg talked about their views of the First Amendment.

by Breitbart


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Tech Dirt | Question was designed to act similar to Senator Ron Wyden’s now famous question to James Clapper, leading to Clapper’s lie.

by Tech Dirt

Watch a Congressional Candidate Shoot Down a 'Government Drone'
National Journal | House contender Matt Rosendale of Montana wants Big Brother out of his airspace.

by National Journal