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The Republican Party most loudly proclaims its deep allegiance to our founding document. Yet in recent years, the leaders of the GOP have engaged in an assault on our constitutional system in ways unprecedented in American history:
In September 2010 and March 2013, Easy Rent Systems Inc. --'s registered name on public record -- applied to the United States Department of Homeland Security, Citizenship and Immigration Services for an H-1B non-immigrant working Visa on behalf of Soto Decker.
While the reform bill that passed the House would add a slot for a privacy advocate, Paul and the ACLU have both noted that
What if I told you that the most pertinent social science subject -- one that affects every single one of us every single day -- is taught to only a select few? That would be absurd, right? Well, unfortunately this is no fiction. It is the state of legal knowledge in America, and it is profoundly troubling.
The details of Obama's most recent speech about "changes" to the NSA's surveillance practices reveal that sadly little of substance will change.
President Obama's proposal that Congress authorize "outside government" public advocates is doubly useless: (1) Congress legislates almost nothing; and (2) such advocates would be too slow and limited to provide balance between intelligence needs and constitutional protections. The FISA Court can provide the rules.
If passed, Bates threatens, NSA reforms could disrupt the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court's ability to fulfill its
Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court on Friday reauthorized the National Security Agency's phone surveillance program
"He broke his oath. He broke the law. Come home, make the case that somehow there was a higher purpose here," Udall said
A top Justice Department lawyer said on Tuesday that the "relatively low" standard the NSA uses to decide whether it can