Spying

Rep. Mike Rogers Blames Snowden For Putin's Aggression In Crimea
Edward Snowden has now gone from being aided by the Russians, to Russian spy, to being partially responsible for Putin's invasion of Ukraine. Read more...
Fox's Hume: If Everyone's Under Surveillance, No One Is
Brit Hume with the latest bit of circular logic on why no one should be worried about the data being collected by the NSA. Read more...
Senator Bernie Sanders Asks NSA If They're Spying On Congress
The NSA has not yet directly responded to a letter from Sen. Bernie Sanders asking if members of Congress were part of its dragnet. The agency, however, did not rule it out in a statement to journalists. Read more...
Peter King: NSA Spies On Congress In Case They're Talking To Al Qaeda
Rep. Peter King believes it's perfectly acceptable for the NSA to be spying on members of Congress, because they might be palling around with those al Qaeda terrorists. Read more...
Santa Should Be The Only One With Unlimited Spying Powers
This holiday season we finally know: Santa isn't the only one watching to see who's been naughty or nice... Read more...

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A Nightmare On Wall Street
Tired of horror movies that don't talk about the things we're really scared about? Read more...
Jon Stewart Rips Congress For Pretending They're Shocked Over NSA Spying
The Daily Show's Jon Stewart took members of Congress who voted for the Patriot Act to task for having the nerve to pretend they are now shocked at the activities going on at the NSA. Read more...
Wolf Blitzer Isn't President, But He Plays One On TV
CNN's Wolf Blitzer has jumped the line from news anchor to presidential consultant. Read more...
Rep. Peter King: President Should Stop Apologizing For Spying, Drones
I don't know what benefit Rep. Peter King thinks we're getting by spying on the leaders of countries that we're supposed to be allies with, but he was bound and determined to defend the practice, which has apparently been going on for some time now. Read more...
Thousands Protest NSA In Washington
A European summit was dominated by anger over claims of widespread U.S. spying Read more...