The Freedom lovers in the US House of Representatives recently voting against the Freedom-loving National Security Agency’s wholesale data collection of domestic phone calls—where both of whom justify their actions by professing their desires for American citizens to enjoy Freedom and be safe from terrorism—reminds me of a hilariously pathetic but true story about a […]Read More CONGRESS VOTES FOR MORE FREEDOM! WHATEVER THAT MEANS
I just watched a fascinating interview with National Security Agency Director, General Keith Alexander, where he answers critics of the NSA’s counter-terrorism surveillance programs with a challenge at the 15:09 mark: “Can somebody come up with a better way of doing it?” Here’s my way: starve the terrorist beast. I admit that my way […]Read More YES, NSA. THERE IS A BETTER WAY.
I’m about to drop a few quotes about the National Security Agency on you that may not be surprising, but what I tell you after that could raise a question or two. First, a quote from the Washington Post about an NSA spy program: Has the NSA turned from eavesdropping on the communists to eavesdropping […]Read More NSA TIME WARP, OR CONTINUUM?
The question is which drugs Thomas L. Friedman took before writing his Obama, Snowden and Putin article for the NY Times? The first piece of madness he wrote referenced President Obama’s surveillance reforms: Considering the breadth of reforms that President Obama is now proposing to prevent privacy abuses in intelligence gathering, in […]Read More IS FRIEDMAN TRIPPIN’?
There were two things I tried to avoid doing out of respect for President Obama’s leadership when I posted about his so-called National Security Agency reforms yesterday – to use the term (O)bam(a)boozled despite my itchiness to do so, and to call these reforms BS. Perhaps I’m still being generous about the latter… […]Read More OK, I’LL SAY IT – WE’VE BEEN (O)BAM(A)BOOZLED!