Scalia: NSA spying debate may reach Supreme Court

Kellan Howell The Washington Times 3/22/2014

…If the issue were to come before the Supreme Court, Justice Scalia hinted he would rule that the Fourth Amendment doesn’t protect “conversations” that the government might listen to because the Fourth Amendment prohibits the government from searching your “persons, houses, papers, and effects” without a warrant, not “conversations.”


Did You Know A Foreign Company Has Acquired the Leading U.S. Vote Processing Company?

nicedeb 4/7/2012

A Spanish Company, SCYTL, has acquired SOE, the leading vote processing company in the United States. This means votes will now be transferred to a central server overseas, where they will be counted, rather than being counted at the local precinct level.

This news was reported on the Market Watch website, back in […]