The Supreme Court decided whether prosecutors violated the Fourth Amendment by collecting a criminal suspect’s cellphone location and movement data without a warrant.
A “StingRay II, made by the Harris Corp., can redirect cellphone calls away from cell tower antennae and capture their identifying data and location. Police use them to find people. Some argue that that’s an invasion of privacy. (Courtesy Harris Corp.)
Judge Napolitano talks about Director of National Intelligence and his the perjuring himself infront of congress and the lack of follow-thru by congress.
US intelligence chiefs have confirmed that the National Security Agency has used a “back door in surveillance law to perform warrantless searches on Americans’ communications.
Judge Napolitano talks NSA changes and the lack of expedience in resolving the issue. He also touches on the amount of people who have top secret level clearance.
Judge Napolitano talks about Sen. Rand Paul’s lawsuit against the US Government and the NSA.
Judge Andrew Napolitano warns that the Obama’s administration’s plan to have FCC bureaucrats monitor newsrooms represents a “radical new era of tyranny and would squash press freedoms.
Director of Intelligence James Clapper now says the National Security Agency (NSA) should have been more open about the fact that they were spying on all Americans.
Yesterday an Arizona state senate committee passed the Restoring Constitutional Governance Act, SB 1291, giving initial approval to a bill that nullifies indefinite detention under the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) or any other federal law which might claim to authorize the same.
It’s not too difficult to understand that we are well on our way to a paradigm shift in America; in fact we’re in the midst of it right now. The writing is on the wall and can no longer be ignored.