Civil Liberties

Sen. Sanders Hosts Town Hall On NSA: LIVE 1pm ET
Watch it live at 1pm ET. Sen. Sanders hosts a town hall meeting and will answer questions about the NSA and civil liberties. Read more...
Former NSA chief Michael Hayden, who now works for a major security contractor, is just thrilled at the thought of crushing what's left of the Fourth Amendment. Read more...
The early debate around a key provision wasn't about anything like mass collection of phone records. Read more...
Maybe they really have struck a balance between security and civil liberties, but if these programs are secret, how do we know? Read more...
Just when the mainstream media has closed the book on the Boston Marathon bombings, WhoWhatWhy is just getting started. And the holes in the official story are big enough to drive a truck through. Here's our latest coverage: Read more...

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The Daily Show's Jon Stewart took the Obama administration and DOJ to task for going after whistleblowers, journalists and potheads while allowing the Wall Street bankers to walk free. Read more...
An update in the persecution of journalist/hacktivist Barrett Brown, a few goodies pertaining to the George W. Bush Presidential Library, and some handy A/V clips to keep us sane in the midst of all the nonsense. Read more...
In the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings, Sen. Lindsey Graham told Face the Nation host Bob Schieffer that “We need to revisit our laws" and potentially give the FBI more power to track terrorism suspects, because lord knows we haven't shredded quite enough of our civil rights already. Read more...
Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI) said Tuesday that most opponents to his controversial cyber-security bill are teenagers in their basements as the Obama administration threatened to veto the measure for its potential to violate civil liberties. Read more...
Your latest news round up, served fresh and always raising new questions. Read more...