What critics have described as the Obama administration’s “war on journalism” appears to have been taken to another level in recent months with a federal SWAT raid on a reporter’s home, which resulted in the seizure of her private notes and the potential unmasking of whistleblowers within government. Following revelations about lawless spying on reporters and even charges against a journalist of being a "conspirator" by the Justice Department, the explosive story about the raid unveiled last week is causing a fresh wave of outrage — and deep concern. A lawsuit is already in the pipeline to fight back against the latest attacks on rights guaranteed to everyone under the First and Fourth Amendments to the Constitution.
Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) informed Senate leadership that he intends to oppose President Obama’s nomination of Janet Yellen to be the next chairman of the Federal Reserve, and he plans to use the process to draw attention to his efforts to audit the country's central bank and the cartel that controls it.
Drone operators are reporting that they are sensing psychological ill effects of carrying out the president's kill orders.
A document leaked by Edward Snowden to The Guardian revealed that in one month the NSA spied on nearly 125 billion phone calls.
Healthcare expert says 16 million likely to lose coverage; Aetna, other companies, already dropping thousands.