On Thursday, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the NSA's bulk collection of telephone metadata is illegal under current law.
The 21st century is seeing the spread of the authoritarian principle that far from being the origin of authority, people must obey authority
There are very few nonpartisan, unbiased institutions left to us. But we always have the Congressional Budget Office. Or do we?
Sen. Rand Paul disgraced himself on CNN today by mocking President Obama's NSA speech in a way that proved that he never bothered to actually watch the speech itself.
It appears that Rand Paul realized that since he has presidential ambitions, he needs to temper his uber-libertarian ways a bit. He started this process today by selling out Edward Snowden.
There is almost no way to protect yourself from people snooping into your business whether it's the government or your local police.
What Republicans are really angry about is the Black man in the Oval Office achieved a long-standing American, Middle East, and international goal without wasting one life or dollar of taxpayer money.
It is the anti-Obama agenda that unites the far left with their Libertarian friends and they cannot see the inherent danger in aligning with Rand Paul because he is united with their faux heroes.
President Obama was asked at his press conference today if he thinks Edward Snowden is a patriot, and he said, "No I don't think he's a patriot."
Remember when Mitt Romney said that Russia is "without question our number one geopolitical foe"? Thanks in part to Edward Snowden, Republicans love to think now that Romney might have been right.
There is no doubt the people focusing on the plight of Snowden are sincere, but where is their compassion for millions of their fellow Americans victimized by GOP cuts in their own neighborhoods?
For those who shocked by Edward Snowden's flight to Russia, he's following a path set by William Martin and Bernon Mitchell ... once upon today.
Republican Rep. Peter King turned the tables on CNN attempt to blame Obama for Edward Snowden's escape from Hong Kong, and instead defended the president while lashing out at Rand Paul.
Sen. Chuck Schumer didn't have to say it directly, but he made it very clear that he thinks Edward Snowden is a coward who refuses to face the consequences for his actions.
CNN is doing their part to turn Edward Snowden into a joke by obsessively giving his every move the 'poop cruise' treatment.
Just when you thought Congress couldn't get any more unpopular, a comparison of the latest polls finds that Edward Snowden, who may have committed treason, is four times more popular than Congress.
The agendas behind the NSA leak story are starting to revealed as Ron Paul is using Edward Snowden to raise money to help grow his organization.
Republicans and Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein are already going on record calling for the prosecution of NSA leaker Edward Snowden.