Tag Archives: NSA

“Free Speech” … (So Long As Government Finds It Inoffensive)

The headline in the Albuquerque Daily Journal tells the tale: “Sandia Implicated In Apple Hacking For CIA.” One of the Federal Government’s top advanced technology labs joined the CIA in hacking Apple’s computer security. Why? Because the government spooks wanted … Continue reading

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A New Way To Know Too Much?

At a very young age, we were taught: “If something seems too good to be true, it probably is.” Nothing in all the years since has modified that teaching. So when we heard that we could visit a new website … Continue reading

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President Obama Is Saving Us All

As the NSA (National Security Agency)  or “Shhh …” as it is known to its friends (all both of them) drifts from public attention attention back into its preferred obscurity, we have been struck by a stroke of inspiration. Nobody … Continue reading

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With Edward Snowden In Russia, Who Is Watching The Watchers?

A Justice Department official admitted to Congress that the NSA “probably” spied on members of Congress.As it appears obvious that the NSA has spied upon everybody else of any interest whatever, that should hardly surprise. In fact, we will not … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts About The NSA And Its Spying…

Reports seem to tell us that the National Security Agency (NSA), America’s electronic communications spy agency, basically gathers up, stores and processes much if not all the electronic message traffic in the world and invades and eavesdrops on computers around … Continue reading

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Gleanings From The Passing Scene…(Politically Uncorrected)

Our weekly accumulation of likely and unlikely reality presented for your evaluation, confusion and amusement or just so you can feel that your were right all along… The ‘Knockout Game’ nailed a cyclist. More in Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. How … Continue reading

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Using the NSA Crisis to Gain Control of the Internet (Before the U.S. Can Grab It.)

The headline reads: “Germany and Brazil Turn to U.N. for Help with American Spying.” The evil incompetents at the NSA overreached, were caught and thereby created a crisis of headlines, the biggest no-no of all for a spy agency. But it … Continue reading

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Gleanings From The Passing Scene… (Politically Uncorrected)

Our Saturday selection of representative people and events for your amazement, amusement and meant to stimulate something resembling thought… Determined to get to the bottom of its toilet paper shortage, Venezuela has tried price controls, regulations and new law. All … Continue reading

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Gleanings From The Passing Scene…(Politically Uncorrected)

Another Saturday, another compendium of current events, reports and what have you, for you to make sense of if you can. These are signposts along the way we are living; make of them what you will… In Congress, the House … Continue reading

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Gleanings From The Passing Scene…(Politically Uncorrected)

Another week of reality has passed in front of us, some attracting attention, some not. Here are the snippets we chose; draw your own conclusions therefrom. We have drawn ours! Chicago: 3 dead, 12 wounded in current shootings. No week … Continue reading

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