While I don't make a habit of reading Laroucheposted by The Vidiot @ 1:29 PM Permalink This caught my eye.
Excerpt: Former Deputy Attorney General James Comey's Senate testimony on May 15—that the entire leadership of the Justice Department was prepared to resign over their disagreement with the White House, particularly with Dick Cheney and his lawyer David Addington—around the NSA domestic surveillance program, raises the question once again: Is the NSA spying program much bigger than has ever been admitted?The answer is yes.
(If you go to that link, you'll see all the data theft that's being going on for the last few years. Wayne Madsen, who manages the list, thinks it's part of a black-bag data collection scheme. Meaning, the Total Information Awareness Program is stealing the info and hoarding it in an illegal database, setting up a powerful spytool being used against the American public.)(Just food for thought.)