The annual disclosure from the U.S. intel community is out and it shows a dramatic rise in so-called “warrantless searches” of Americans’ personal data in 2018. The increase hasn’t made big news in the national news media. But it’s been noted and dissected in the tech press. This follows previous huge increases in searches of […]
What can a citizen do when it’s the government who’s committed the violation, but the government won’t prosecute itself? The citizen has to self-fund her own fight for justice on behalf of all other journalists and U.S. citizens in the landmark case. My lawsuit is moving forward. For a summary of the details, forensics and […]
There’s at least one conclusion on which there’s largely bipartisan agreement: Russia interfered with the 2016 presidential election. It will now be one of the most enduring scandals of the Obama era.
Check out this brief update in my lawsuit against the Dept. of Justice and FBI for the government’s computer intrusions.
by Sharyl Attkisson via American Thinker As I fight on with my computer intrusion lawsuit against the U.S. government, it seems to intersect more clearly with current events every day. And it points to an even larger story. How widespread is improper government surveillance of journalists, politicians and other U.S. citizens in the name of the fight against […]