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Entries in Edward Snowden (4)


If U.S. is pursuing Snowden, should we pursue Mrs. Clinton for Benghazi breach?

Photo of the SMC in Benghazi after the attacks on September 11, 2012. Whatever classified information was stored there was obviously compromised. (Photo: FBI/Benghazi)

An explosive new report from Judicial Watch reveals information implicating government officials responsible for security failures in Benghazi.

At present President Barack Obama would likely be thrilled to get former NSA contractor Edward Snowden back. Fox News said Snowden will face charges of espionage and theft of government property.

There was another breach of classified information, in September, 2012, but Snowden had nothing to do with it.Those responsible for the breach have paid little or no penalty whatsoever.

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Swedish prof nominates former NSA contractor Snowden for Nobel Peace Prize

Frank B. Kellogg, secretary of state under President Calvin Coolidge, won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1929 for crafting a pact to make war illegal. (Photo: U.S. State Dept. Historian)Swedish professor Stefan Svallfors sent a letter to the Nobel Committee, recommending the 2013 Nobel Peace Prize be awarded to former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.

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Surprising breadcrumbs in “Catch Me if You Can” Edward Snowden saga

By Wendy N. Powell

A national debate about the NSA leaker shows an increase in those who consider Edward Snowden a traitor. Guest contributor Wendy N. Powell shares her ideas about the matter. For some of us, the jury is still out.

Among countless Americans, my personal jury has been out concerning the NSA leaker Edward Snowden saga, wondering if he is friend to the American people or foe to our country. 


If I follow the breadcrumbs, Snowden’s intentions become clearer.

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Secret court opinion on snooping begs question: Aren’t we smarter than this?

Rank and file Democrats and Republicans are defending the government’s broad snooping program that expanded from access to data at two corporations as of 2008 to nine after President Barack Obama took office. Others like Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) have raised concerns about violations and the negative impact on individual rights.

The debate has centered around the validity of the government’s right to personal data for millions of people. A secret court opinion is part of that debate and perhaps more than anything, it indicates the most troubling aspects of the issue.

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