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Dontcha just love Obama's Internet-era Nixon tactics?

From the Intercept here:

The Obama administration fought a legal battle against Google to secretly obtain the email records of a security researcher and journalist associated with WikiLeaks.

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Snowden should be allowed back and given a parade!

From Slate here:

Did he expose violations of law? Check. Last month, a federal appeals court held that the phone records collection program was illegal.

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Head Spook knows that he manufactures terrorists

From The Intercept here:

John Brennan, director of the Central Intelligence Agency, went on “Face the Nation” last Sunday and did something weird: he acknowledged that U.S.

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U.S. (with 1.5 million person army) flips out over 26,000 ISIS a**holes

From here:

Still, the CIA’s estimate that there are between 20,000 and 32,000 total ISIS fighters holds, U.S. intelligence officials say. That’s because, according to the officials, ISIS is able to “adequately replace” slain fighters through a combination of conscription and recruitment both inside and outside of Syria and Iraq.

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Illegal spying same as torture -- only those who reveal it are punished

From the Guardian:

The former NSA contractor revealed the banned surveillance programme, but an Obama administration spokesman says they will not review his charges.

Just once I’d like to see the people doing the illegal things punished, not the whistleblowers.

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Shouldn't our murderous shitbird CIA Head Spook have to offer some proof?

From here:

Yesterday the head of the CIA, John Brennan, said the surveillance programmes were “important to American lives”. But Aclu has documented how there is not even a single case in which the intelligence services have demonstrated that mass surveillance has stopped a terrorist attack.

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Obama's Hope Poster dude says what millions think

From here:

Shepard Fairey, who designed the famous “HOPE” poster of Barack Obama in 2008, says he’s disappointed in the man he partially helped elect as president.

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