In a show of rank hypocrisy, the Mexican government is threatening legal action against the United States for the seven Mexican nationals who were among the nearly 50 victims in Saturday’s massacre in an El Paso Walmart.
Trump blames the liberal media for the El Paso shooting, while Beto O'Rourke blames Fox News and Trump.
Law enforcement has been using aerial cameras to conduct surveillance on private citizens, but the law says such surveillance must use “publicly accessible technology.”
Last week, Customs and Border Protection provided yet another example of what’s wrong with the Trump administration’s continuation of the insane policy of catch and release.
The reactions following the ghastly atrocity that took place outside and inside a Walmart store in El Paso on Saturday morning were predictable.
Ed Snowden — seen by some as a patriot and by others as a traitor — is ready to set the record straight by releasing his memoir, Permanent Record, on September 17 — Constitution Day. The book, telling why he felt it was his duty to help tear down the system of surveillance he helped build, coincides with his plans to tell people how social-media sites spy on them and what they can do about it.
In Orwell's classic Animal Farm, the ruling pigs said, "All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others." Such is the case with those on the Left who break the law.