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The Guardian: NSA tool collects ‘nearly everything a user does on the internet’

According to the following article which appeared in the Guardian on July 31, the NSA claims to be using a program called XKeyscore, which it says has nearly limitless access to Internet activity.  In their own presentations, the NSA shows

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Posted in B2, Technology, US

Analysis: The Snowdon Story Echoes Post 9/11 Realities for the Intelligence Community

Sensationalism and media frenzy have surrounded the release of classified information by Edward Snowdon and his subsequent search for political asylum outside the US. Not surprisingly, they have also clouded the underlying issues that created the rich environment that made

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Posted in B2, Terrorism, US, World

Commentary: Obama’s UN Nominee is Bad for Israel and the United States

Recently, President Barack Obama nominated Samantha Power for the post of U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, a Cabinet-rank post requiring Senate confirmation. Why should we be concerned? Because Power has a documented record of describing both the U.S and

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Posted in B2, Headline, US, World

Guest Commentary: The Muslim Brotherhood is Headed for a Blow-up

Opposition movements usually get public support and encouragement from the masses because they challenge a corrupt and oppressive regime. This public support is what brings the opposition movement to power, either by democratic means or by violence. At first, the

Posted in B2, Middle East, Terrorism

Man Confessed to Ritual Murder of Three Jews in Massachusetts with Tamerlan Tsarnaev

It comes as no surprise that in the interest of political correctness most of the coverage of a grizzly triple murder in Waltham, Massachusetts on 9/11/2011, the mainstream media neglected to inform the American people that the three men who

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