Sen. Dianne Feinstein

Freedom for Me, But Not for Thee

Andrew Napolitano, Reason.com

Sen. Feinstein has no problem with experiments with Amer. liberties, unless she and her staff are the victims. The gov't derives its powers from the people's consent and must recognize that in areas of natural rights no one, not even a majority, can consent to their surrender for us. 

Snowden Accuses Feinstein of Hypocrisy Over CIA Disclosures

Paul Lewis, The Guardian

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden accused Sen. Intelligence Comm. Chair Dianne Feinstein of double standards, pointing out her lack of concern about widespread surveillance of ordinary citizens.

RPaul v. Feinstein on NSA Spy Limits

Steve Contorno, Washington Examiner

Feinstein's NSA spy program-limiting bill isn't enough. A bipartisan group led by Sens. Paul and Wyden want to further curb spying on lawful citizens with a bill that would prohibit the bulk collection of phone records.

Drudge Slams Journo Law as Fascist

Twitchy.com Staff

Matt Drudge called Feinstein's proposed media shield law that would be applied only to “real reporters,” not bloggers, 'fascist,' tweeting, "Gov't declaring who qualifies for freedom of press in digital age is ridiculous! It belongs to anyone."