Tag Archives: Civil Liberties

Breast Cancer Survivor Forced to Remove Prosthetic Breast by Aggressive TSA Agents

Friday, November 19, 2010 A North Carolina flight attendant and breast cancer survivor says she was forced to remove her prosthetic breast during an airport groping by a pair of aggressive TSA agents. Cathy Bossi lives in south Charlotte, NC.  … Continue reading

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TSA to Investigate Heroic Body Scan Resister

Tuesday, November 16, 2010 In post-9/11 America, if you plan to fly, you’re faced with two unsavory choices: 1. submit to a high-radiation, full body scan that displays your genitals to an unseen, unnamed TSA agent or, 2. agree to … Continue reading

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Obama Administration is Firmly Committed to Wiretapping

Tuesday, October 19, 2010 The Obama administration is firmly committed to domestic wiretapping and is taking the necessary steps to ensure technical and legal obstacles to surveillance are removed. According to an article appearing in the New York Times: Law … Continue reading

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Obama Administration Wants Easier Access to Personal Internet Activity Without Court Order

Thursday, July 29, 2010 The Obama administration continues morphing into a less constitutional version of the Bush administration as it seeks to make it easier for the FBI to compel Internet companies to turn over records of an individual’s activity … Continue reading

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Obama Continues to Defend Bush’s Terror Policies

Saturday, January 23, 2010 From McClatchy: Although the FBI has acknowledged it improperly obtained thousands of Americans’ phone records for years, the Obama administration continues to assert that the bureau can obtain them without any formal legal process or court … Continue reading

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In Domestic Spying Case, Obama DOJ’s New Arguments Are Worse than Bush’s

Thursday, April 9, 2009 The people at the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) make a sobering case why President Barack Obama’s Department of Justice’s new arguments in a case involving warrantless wiretapping are much worse than those made by former president … Continue reading

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California Supreme Court Hears Prop 8 Debate Today

Thursday, March 5, 2009 Beginning at 9AM today, the California Supreme Court will hear oral arguments for and against the validity of the Mormon church-funded Proposition 8, the controversial and bigoted ballot measure that barred same-sex marriage in California by … Continue reading

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