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Full Coverage: The NSA Domestic Spying Scandal

Scoop Full Coverage: The NSA Domestic Spying Scandal

Jason Leopold: Illegal NSA Spying Began Earlier Than Thought - The National Security Agency advised President Bush in early 2001 that it had been eavesdropping on Americans during the course of its work monitoring suspected terrorists and foreigners believed to have ties to terrorist groups, according to a declassified document. The NSA's vast data-mining activities began shortly after Bush was sworn in as president and the document contradicts his assertion that the 9/11 attacks prompted him to take the unprecedented step of signing a secret executive order authorizing the NSA to monitor a select number of American citizens thought to have ties to terrorist groups. See... Bush Authorized Domestic Spying Before 9/11

Scoop Full Coverage: The NSA Domestic Spying Scandal - 2006 began with Mr. Bush brazenly insisting that he can unilaterally order wiretaps on American citizens without judicial oversight, even if warrantless domestic wiretaps are explicitly prohibited by federal law. Under what rationale? Mr. Bush claims the virtually unlimited presidential power to override any laws, and even to cancel our constitutionally-guaranteed civil liberties, because the US is at war. See... E.A. Peterson: On The Necessity Of Impeachment

  • Jason Leopold - The NSA Spy Engine - Echelon
  • Michael Hammerschlag - Unpatriotic Spying
  • Fitrakis - Did The NSA Help Bush Hack The Vote?
  • Ray McGovern - Heck of a Job, Hayden!
  • Jason Leopold - NSA Destroyed Evidence of Domestic Spying
  • Jason Leopold - Bolton Testimony Revealed Domestic Spying
  • David Swanson- What Fate Awaits NSA Spying Whistleblower
  • Jason Leopold - Bush-NSA Spying in Defiance of Congress, Court
  • Jason Leopold - Rice Authorized NSA To Spy On UNSC
  • William Rivers Pitt - Going Too Far
  • Marjorie Cohn - Marjorie Cohn: Big Brother Bush Is Listening
  • Doug Giebel - Impeaching President Bush: A Game Of Ambiguity
  • Norman Solomon - NSA Spied on UN Diplomats in Iraq Invasion Push

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