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If You Have Nothing to Hide . . .

For years, the national security establishment has been telling us, “If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear.” Ergo, the feds ought to be provided complete access to all of our emails, cell calls, internet browsing records, location, private in-home conversations, banking records, credit card transactions, etc., etc., etc., held forever,…
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When an American politician really sought Russia’s help with an election

Beyond an anonymous leak to the CIA-owned Washington Post, there is no evidence that Russia had anything to do with Donald Trump’s election; much less that “Russian hackers” tilted the election to Trump or were the source of Democrat email leaks or that Trump sought Russia’s help. But there was an American politician who actually sought Russian help with influencing American presidential politics.

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Politics and American Surveillance

Editor: Today is the publication date of the Independent Institute’s newest book, American Surveillance: Intelligence, Privacy, and the Fourth Amendment, by Anthony Gregory (Research Fellow, Independent Institute). Published for Independent by the University of Wisconsin Press, this widely acclaimed new book traces the history of government surveillance in the U.S. that transcends party divides,…
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Were Both Kennedys Killed by the CIA?

I used to shrug off the Kennedy theories. After all, why would they have been killed by their own Government? Then, I researched the CIA’s history and concluded that they operate virtually on their own and were the likeliest of participants in the JFK assassination. They are a “Government within a government” as many have […]

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