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The NSA’s New Partner in Spying: Saudi Arabia’s Brutal State Police

Glenn Greenwald and Murtaza Hussain The National Security Agency last year significantly expanded its cooperative relationship with the Saudi Ministry of Interior, one of the world’s most repressive and abusive government agencies.  An April 2013 top secret memo provided by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden details the agency’s plans “to provide direct analytic and technical support” […] Continue reading →

Democrats’ Impeachment Fixation

Jonah Goldberg  “Sorry to email you late on a Friday, but I need your urgent support,” Nancy Pelosi wrote me. The House minority leader went on to explain that “for the first time in history, Congress voted to sue a sitting president.” And, “Today: the White House alerted us that they believe ‘Speaker Boehner … […] Continue reading →

Study: Mass Government Spying Crushing Freedom Of The Press

Whistleblowers also now less likely to come forward A new report compiled by rights groups reveals that government domestic spying programs are significantly changing the way journalists and lawyers operate, thus undermining Constitutional rights.  The ACLU and Human Rights Watch have compiled the report based on interviews with scores of high profile reporters and attorneys. The survey […] Continue reading →