A Libertarian Day Out

Yesterday was one of the busiest days I have had on the campaign trail. It all started with setting up for an event in Ogden for the Pride Festival. We had a booth set up to do some outreach on behalf of the Libertarian Party in Utah. After set up,  I headed out to join … Continue reading A Libertarian Day Out


NSA Given Green Light

The National Security Agency has gotten the green light to continue its controversial collection of U.S. phone call records. The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court authorized the program for limited time periods — with a requirement that the government submit new requests every several weeks, The Hill reported Friday. The Office of the Director of National … Continue reading NSA Given Green Light

More on the NSA

The Wall Street Journal has a new report detailing how the NSA can track 75% of all internet traffic as well as snaring and holding all email correspondence between Americans. But the president told the American people something entirely different. “We don’t have a domestic spying program… What we do have is some mechanisms that can … Continue reading More on the NSA

The NSA Violated the Law Thousands of Times

The NSA has been discovered to have violated the constitutional rights of American citizens over three thousand times.  They have completely forgotten that a fourth amendment exists. “The most serious incidents included a violation of a court order and unauthorized use of data about more than 3,000 Americans and green-card holders. The number of records … Continue reading The NSA Violated the Law Thousands of Times