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Congress won’t protect us from the surveillance state – they’ll enhance it

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The same Senator who warned the public about the NSA’s mass surveillance pre-Snowden said this week that the Obama administration is still keeping more...   Read More

‘Boeing’s Bank’ earns its name in closed-door rulemaking with aircraft titan

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Government subsidies create winners and losers. When Congress and a federal judge ordered the Export-Import Bank to study who loses as a result of...   Read More

DEA Was Told Not To Enforce Drug Laws In Rich White Areas, Claims Former Agent

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The Drug Enforcement Administration, the top agency in the United States tasked with preventing drug use and sales, advised its agents to avoid enforcing...   Read More

U.S. Military Aid: Follow the Money

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[Many Washington politicians have said “if the U.S. government doesn’t sell arms to foreign governments, someone else will”. That idea] assumes that the U.S....   Read More

Washington lobbyists reap record profits from taxpayers

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The first time we read the recent analysis by the Sunlight Foundation in which it combed through 14 million corporate records, including data on...   Read More

Atrocities Committed by U.S.-Trained Iraqi Forces – Again

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Investigative reporter James Gordon Meek broke an important story this week: He revealed that U.S.-backed forces in Iraq are committing the same type of...   Read More

Pentagon loses track of $500 million in weapons, equipment given to Yemen

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The Pentagon is unable to account for more than $500 million in U.S. military aid given to Yemen, amid fears that the weaponry, aircraft and...   Read More

There Are 6.5 Million Active Social Security Numbers for People Over Age 112

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Thousands of workers over the age of 100 applied through the U.S. government to verify their employment eligibility in recent years. It’s not a...   Read More

A Drug Kingpin, the CIA, and Prisoners: Freeway Rick Ross and America’s Mass Incarceration Problem

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What does Freeway Rick Ross, the drug kingpin, have to do with Martin Luther King and the 50th anniversary of the Selma March? Good...   Read More

White House office to delete its FOIA regulations

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The White House is removing a federal regulation that subjects its Office of Administration to the Freedom of Information Act, making official a policy...   Read More

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