Update #26 ·

I don't buy it!


Last week President Obama said he is going to reform the NSA.  

Believe him?  Or is this just another Obama lie?

According to the Guardian Obama’s reforms are a sham and leave little room for actual change... 

“The significant thing about Obama's announcement is the two things it left out: surveillance of the internet (as distinct from the telephonic activity of American citizens); and of the rest of the world – that's you and me. So even if Obama succeeds in getting his little policy swerve through Congress, the central capabilities of the national surveillance state will remain in place, untouched and unimpaired.” 

President Obama may have had a change of heart, but his proposed changes leave out surveillance of the internet and still allow spying on the rest of the world.   

Ask yourself...do you feel more comfortable? 

The USA Freedom Act is far more comprehensive and remains that best hope we have for the real reform we need. 

We must remain vigilant! 

Continue making your calls and recruiting your friends to join our community. 

For Freedom,


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