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  1. mantell101
    July 2, 2013

    I didn't really expect much else from the Government that gave us, among other things, drones, MK Ultra, agent orange, the Iraq war, Guantanamo & flippin John McCain

  2. Caspin
    July 2, 2013

    I wish Edward Snowden well, and I wish all humans well. I hope we all awaken to the fact that we are one human family. I can't help but see Snowden as a hero. He shared a truth with me that has allowed me to become a part of a debate in a democratic way, rather than remaining in the dark about my daughter's personal emails and phone calls being collected and stored by our government.

  3. Thomas Burke
    July 8, 2013

    Good idea that the rules of law be adhered to in Mr. Snowdens case. Why not?

  4. jocuri
    January 17, 2014

    President Barack Obama on Friday described a vision of moderate changes for the National Security Agency in a discourse that will very likely please neither reformers nor agency defenders.The speech, which occurred in the Great Hall of the Justice Department building, arrived more than seven months after the leaks from former NSA worker Edward Snowden began. Realizing the open public complaint those leaks have created, the president however defended lots of the agency's the majority of questionable methods as essential in the battle against terrorism."The work before us now is a lot more than simply restoring the deterioration done to our operations; or discouraging more disclosures occurring in the future. As an alternative, we will need to make some pertinent judgements about how exactly to shield our very selves and sustain our authority in the world, although upholding the civil liberties and privacy protections that our principles — and our Constitution — demand," Obama said.

  5. ceci
    March 9, 2017


  6. Stefine
    March 9, 2017


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