government spying

Is Our Two-Tiered System Of Justice Permanent?

There are only two people who can assure that this two-tiered system of justice does not become a permanent feature of American society: President Trump and Attorney General William Barr. We urge both of those good men to act with firmness and alacrity to ferret out, punish and purge from the government all of those implicated in the soft coup against President Trump.

Mueller’s Bitter End

Beyond infuriating Democrats Mueller stated only the obvious. However, he created a further problem for Trump-haters because buried in Mueller’s statement was an important statement of fact that further exonerates President Trump.

The Government Spied on Me. You Could Be Next.

Sharyl Attkisson, Real Clear Politics

DoJ has blocked us at every turn in our attempts to obtain "discovery" from government agencies. Not a single page has been turned over. In a circular justification that only makes sense in the swampy recesses of Washington, D.C., a court recently determined that I am to blame for not being able to shake loose the information from the government to identify the John Doe federal agents who surveilled me. My appeal of this finding continues and, if we do not prevail, we will continue to the next step. Understandably, most Americans wouldn’t know it, but my court challenge is crucial to preserving our longstanding notions of personal freedom, press freedom and privacy.

Attorney General Barr: “the evidence is now that the President was falsely accused”

We ignored the Democrats on the Senate Judiciary grandstanding and making fools of themselves to bring you a mash-up of the key points from Attorney General Willam Barr's testimony during yesterday's hearing on the Special Counsel's investigation and report on Russian involvement in the 2016 election.

The Biggest Hole In The Mueller Report

We have been going through the Mueller Report and will have a few more things to say about it as we complete our review and analysis, but first let’s go over what we see as the biggest hole in the Report. The biggest hole is the Report’s utter failure to address the validity of the “predicate” to the entire Trump investigation.

The Real Reason Democrats Went Nuts Over AG Barr’s Testimony

That participants in the Trump campaign were spied upon an irrefutable fact. So, why did the Democrats and their Leftwing media do-boys go nuts about it? Because if Barr investigates whether the spying was “was adequately predicated" it will reveal the Democrat-generated falsehoods behind the closed loop system that set-up the entire Trump – Russia investigation.

Time For Trump To Stop Defending Obama Era Wrongdoing

Just because the presidency changed from President Obama to President Trump, that does not mean that career government employees change. We urge all CHQ readers and friends to visit Sharyl Attkisson’s GoFundMe page and make your most generous contribution to expose the Obama administration’s wrongdoing and to identify the Deep State operatives behind it.

Repubs. Stop NSA Reform Bill

Burgess Everett, Politico

Mitch McConnell, like many Repubs., voted it down because he believed the reforms went too far, while Rand Paul voted against the bill because it did not go far enough.

Our Favorite Part of FreedomFest: It's An Intellectual Feast

We urge you to put FreedomFest (July 9 – 12, 2014) on your calendar and reserve your place at the world's greatest gathering of free minds by calling Tami Holland, 1-866-266-5101, or go HERE to register online.

Cruz: Thin Justice Argument to Dismiss Rand Paul NSA Suit

Melanie Batley, Newsmax

Ted Cruz says a DOJ request that a federal judge dismiss a class-action lawsuit filed by Sen. Rand Paul against the NSA is based on "highly dubious" legal grounds. Paul filed the suit in the aftermath of revelations about the agency’s mass collection of personal info.

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. 

Rand Paul: Americans Should Fear CIA 'Drunk With Power'

Joe Battaglia, NewsMax

Sen. Rand Paul believes Americans should be afraid of an intelligence community he believes to be unapologetically "drunk with power." Paul, who will deliver a speech Wednesday at the University of California Berkeley, said he'll raise the prospect of "dystopian nightmares."

Hillary's Own Private NSA

Jeffrey Lord, American Spectator

Hillary Clinton has her own private NSA. American Bridge PAC spent last week spying on the private conversations of attendees at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).

Rep. Pete King: Paul’s Tactics Appeal to 'Lowest Common Denominator'

Alexander Bolton, The Hill

Rep. Peter King (N.Y.), a senior Repub. member on the House Homeland Security Committee, blasted Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) for using scare tactics in his opposition of national security programs.

Rand Paul: 4th Amendment As Vital As 2nd Amendment

Tony Lee, Breitbart

Speaking to a standing ovation at CPAC, Sen. Rand Paul said that the Fourth Amendment is as important as the Second Amendment in the fight for liberty and conservatives cannot forget that.

Congress Draws Criticism Over NSA Oversight

Darren Samuelsohn, Politico

Cries of lax Capitol Hill oversight are piling up as Snowden-inspired stories continue to explode in the media, casting doubt on whether the legislative watchdogs can be trusted to oversee nat'l security agencies that they’ve long defended.

Are Conservatives AWOL In Biggest Privacy Fight?

There is no longer a wall between the private sector and government surveillance. Yet, conservative and liberty minded elected officials and organizations appear to be AWOL in the fight to ensure Google does not seal key documents in a lawsuit against its practice of scanning email sent through its Gmail system.

Anti-NSA Spying Bills Pass 1st Vote in 2 States

Tenth Amendment Center Staff

An Okla. state House committee voted 9-3 to pass a bill designed to thwart warrantless surveillance programs of the NSA, while a New Hamp. house committee voted 12-1 to approve a bill blocking some practical effects of federal spying.

Obama Finds A New Way to Spy on You

Bob Unruh, WND

Plaintiffs in a case challenging the U.S. government’s programs that spy on innocent Americans have submitted a special supplement to the court, pointing out that the Obama admin. has been caught spying even on confidential attorney-client communications, and then providing “false representations” to the court.

Rand Paul Fights for Us Non-Terrorist Americans

We applaud Senator Rand Paul, Matt Kibbe, and lead attorney Ken Cuccinelli for standing-up for us non-terrorist Americans, and we are especially grateful that they weren’t turned from this path by President Obama’s recent announcement of a series of phony NSA “reforms.”