We Don’t Have a Spying Problem — We Have an Immigration Problem

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Would domestic surveillance be necessary without so many enemy “American citizens” at large?

The Loss of Trust


Why the Obama scandals are doing permanent damage to the nation’s spirit.

The Difference Between the IRS and NSA Scandals


The IRS and Benghazi scandals are threats to this corrupt administration in a way the NSA scandal never will be (or is extremely unlikely to be).

The One Place You Can Be Free of Surveillance is a Mosque


Before mosques were excluded from the otherwise wide domestic spy net the administration has cast, the FBI launched dozens of successful sting operations against homegrown jihadists

The Dumb Police State


A government that won’t suspect anyone in particular makes everyone a suspect.

Was the NSA Leak a Chinese Espionage Op?


“It almost seems to me that this was a pointed affront to the United States on the day the president is meeting the Chinese leader telling us, listen, quit complaining about espionage and getting on the internet and our hacking.”



If Edward Snowden shouldn’t be punished for violating the Espionage Act, then what spy can we punish?

The Totalitarianism at the Heart of the Obama Scandals


The death of Democratic liberalism — on full, horrifying display.

Social Breakdowns, SWAT, NSA and the Police State


Effective programs that are in any way suggestive of targeting get expanded and broadened to spread the pain creating a police state that harasses everyone to prove that no one is being discriminated against.

Spy Games & Double Standards


Bush was demonized as a fascist monster for far less.