Former DHS and NSA official Stewart Baker claims that because of this attack, we shouldn’t stop the bulk collection of US persons’ phone metadata.
I thought when you leaked details like this it helped our enemies? I thought if you did such things you were a traitor, deserving of an orange jumpsuit at Gitmo?
Had we known of the errors and territorialism that permitted 9/11, would we have agreed to any of this?
PCLOB (Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board) will release a report on the phone dragnet today calling the program illegal.
As part of his cosmetic effort, he will also say there has been no evidence of abuse in these programs.
If true, this is stunning news.
Ron Wyden keeps digging when so many people have given up.
Why doesn't Mike Rogers want Congressional oversight of intelligence activities?
Wouldn’t Obama have been better advised to come clean about surveillance violations than to pretend they don’t exist?
The early debate around a key provision wasn't about anything like mass collection of phone records.
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