Any Potential for NSA Reform Dies in Paris



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  1. Ken Freeman says:

    Great column in all respects.
    To go into more detail I recommend your readers refer to today’s column by David Limbaugh titled ” Obama handcuffs America in war on terrorism”. Thank you. KF

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  2. Jonathan says:

    I believe that these two founding fathers summarize my feelings pretty well.

    1. They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither safety nor liberty. -Benjamin Franklin

    2. When the Government Fears the People there is Liberty. When the People Fear the Government there is Tyranny. -Thomas Jefferson

    I believe the 911 terrorists struck the wrong targets. If only they hit the capital!

    The USA is becoming a police state.
    God help us all.

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  3. Thomas says:

    Looking at Obama’s record and knowledge of Muslim terrorists I think this is why he is letting them go from Cuba so they can help keep him in charge and move his Muslim Brotherhood agenda ahead here. His best friend is calypso Louie.

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  4. jared says:

    If our government increases surveillance, then people will start communicating using Code. It’s not difficult to communicate using encrypted messages. Those using Code to communicate will laugh at the NSA. Therefore the NSA will only be analyzing the uncoded communications of ordinary citizens. Information is power (big data). This is about power and control, not national defense. Wake Up!

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  5. jared says:

    “If this data is good at stopping terrorists, why did the Paris shootings happen at all? We lose our privacy and freedoms, but the terrorists still strike.”

    Well Said Floyd. Keep pushing this fact across the media.

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  6. Lloyd Bardell says:

    Use Interstate Commerce Law against the provider company to the Government. I am sure that they are not sheltered here. If the monitoring interferes with the Internet Connection for which you pay. Go after the private providers who contract with the government. SUE THE COMPANIES PROVIDING ACCESS FOR THE GOVERNMENT INSTEAD – enough law suits will have an impact on this —

    LB

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