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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Saturday January 25, 2014.
This should make you feel… safer? The Pentagon is launching blimps to defend against cruise missiles fired from ships off the coast. However, some people are worried that these blimps could simply be another avenue for the government to surveil private citizens.
The Republican Party has taken up the mantle of “defender of privacy” and is mounting a campaign to end the NSA domestic spying programs. One of the firs things the GOP would like to do is to hold a hearing into the NSA’s malfeasance.
CNN’s Twitter account was hacked by the Syrian military’s cyber unit. Take a look below. Notice they call President Obama, “Obama bin Laden!” Whoever they had writing this stuff was on point!
Conservative philosopher, author and filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza is being charged with a felony by the Department of Justice for allegedly violating campaign finance laws. Interestingly in a strangely similar case from a couple of years ago, a Democrat donor was only charged with a misdemeanor.
New York City police will be blanketing their city in “temporary” surveillance cameras to monitor the goings on during Super Bowl weekend.
New York’s liberal government continues its crack-down on conservatives.
Obamacare hits a new low.
The new pitcher for the New York Yankees will lose more than half of his salary to taxes, thanks to the oppressive tax scheme in New York.
Wall Street continues to stumble…
This is why so many Americans LOVE Sheriff Joe.
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