I have seen physical courage. But this kind of courage is not moral courage. Very few of even the bravest warriors have moral courage. For moral courage means to defy the crowd, to stand up as a solitary individual, to shun the intoxicating embrace of comradeship, to be disobedient to...
Lawmakers must understand that we will no longer tolerate a surveillance state. An online protest on 11 February is a first step.
USA v. Muhtorov is perhaps the most significant challenge to warrantless wiretaps in the U.S. yet.
No totalitarian leader could ever imagine such surveillance power over his populace.
The problem is not the daylight between the president and Senator Feinstein. It’s the lack of apparent daylight between Senator Feinstein and the intelligence community.
The report is yet another condemnation of the program which the President is trying to keep going, while pretending he's ending it.
Senator Dianne Feinstein seems to have this weird blindness to even the very idea that the NSA might abuse its powers, despite a long history of it doing exactly that.