Posts Tagged ‘FISA’

It isn’t socialism and the status quo is most likely unjust when 95% of the whose who sympathize with the elite “clique that revolves around Washington, D.C. and Wall Street” prefer the corporatist president to the constitutionalist congressman, according to a recent poll.


The Washington Post reports the Justice Department “recommended that Congress move swiftly with legislation that would protect the government’s ability to collect a variety of business and credit card records and to monitor terrorism suspects with roving wiretaps” set to expire 31 December 09.


Anthony Gregory discusses civil liberties under Obama — the Supreme Court, domestic spying, indefinite detention — ‘philosophical defects’ of the American political culture, and the economy (41:50):


Scott Horton of AntiWar Radio interviews contributing editor at The American Conservative Philip Giraldi who adds to Jeff Stein’s breaking story of Rep. Jane Harman (D-CA) making promises for the Israel lobby, AIPAC, in an U.S. espionage case that the road to Washington goes through AIPAC. (more…)

Scott Horton of AntiWar Radio interviews Jeff Stein, who broke this story days ago. (more…)

Kevin Carson on the privileges of statesmen that they grant to themselves and extend to one another. (more…)

Alex Jones’ recent documentary on the banking cartel’s interests overriding the American people, blinded by Obama’s cult of personality. (more…)

Former National Security Agency analyst Russell Tice interviewed by MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann on programs that spied on Americans specifically targeted journalists, when Obama stands, and what the NSA is. (more…)