NSA Spying … Here Is A List That Should Surprise No One

October 3, 2013


  1. … Collecting data from social networks
  2. … Testing U.S. cellphone tracking
  3. … Releasing ‘misleading’ numbers on terror plots foiled by snooping

And I bet that is just the start. When is Congress going to put a stop to this? And what has happened to all our liberal friends?


NSA Spying Under Bush

October 1, 2013

A CEO who resisted NSA spying is out of prison. And he feels ‘vindicated’ by Snowden leaks.

Just one major telecommunications company refused to participate in a legally dubious NSA surveillance program in 2001. A few years later, its CEO was indicted by federal prosecutors. He was convicted, served four and a half years of his sentence and was released this month.

Prosecutors claim Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio was guilty of insider trading, and that his prosecution had nothing to do with his refusal to allow spying on his customers without the permission of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court. But to this day, Nacchio insists that his prosecution was retaliation for refusing to break the law on the NSA’s behalf.

Apparently not everything Bush was doing was legal …

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