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The NSA May Spy, But The TSA Sees All

Posted on January 31, 2014

An ex-Transportation Security Administration employee is spilling secrets about the flight screening process he witnessed, and you aren’t going to like it. Jason Harrington’s tell-all column in Politico will likely make you chuckle a little — then make you grit your teeth in anger. It’s called, “Dear America, I saw you naked — and yes, […]

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Pelosi Interview Shows Who Pulls The Strings

Posted on January 31, 2014

Judging from her interview on “The Daily Show” Thursday, you wouldn’t be able to tell that Nancy Pelosi is one of the most powerful figures in Washington. Throughout her discussion with Jon Stewart, the House minority leader passed the buck for the government’s failures and acted as if she is completely removed from any position […]

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The State Protects Their Sports Gambling Interests

Written by John Odermatt on January 31, 2014

This Sunday, Americans across the country will gather with friends and family to watch Super Bowl XLVIII. Some of these viewers could care less about the game on the field, so they focus their attention on the commercials. Many will be sitting on the edge of their seat, fervently rooting for a team to win […]

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Will Obama Use Executive Orders To Act As a Dictator?

Posted on January 30, 2014

President Obama has played fast-and-loose with his executive powers since ascending to the presidency six years ago. However, recently, the president has startled constitutionalists as he repeatedly announces that he will act unilaterally on important issues with or without Congress.Such remarks have been uttered time and time again by kings, tyrants and dictators throughout the […]

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Snowden Still Providing Leaks of Secret NSA Files

Posted on January 15, 2014


The National Security Agency has implanted software in about 100,000 computers around the world, allowing the United States to surveil those machines while creating a trail that can be used to launch cyber-attacks. Though most of the software is installed by gaining access to computer networks, the NSA can also employ technology that enters computers […]

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State Department’s Bar Tab: $415,000 a Year

Posted on December 4, 2013

While the rest of the government prepared to shut down this fall, the State Department was busy stocking up on embassy liquor supplies. In September, the final month of the fiscal year, the State Department spent about $180,000 — and racked up a total of more than $400,000 for the whole year, three times the […]

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Android Beats Apple: Patent-Free Competition Works Best

Written by Gary North on November 13, 2013

Apple’s iPhones and iPads are popular, but they are the wave of the past. Android is the future. The reason? Android is based on public domain software, called open source. Apple is based on patent law, attorneys, and the U.S. Government’s patent office. It is the free market vs. political rewards. The free market will […]

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The Messianic Character of the NSA

Written by Gary North on November 1, 2013

The modern state is messianic. While denying the existence of God, it seeks to replace God. My father-in-law, R. J. Rushdoony, used to say that the state wants to predestinate mankind, because the state wants to become the god of this society. Exactly half a century ago this month, his book appeared: The Messianic Character […]

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