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Knowing More About You, Without You Knowing It Feb. 20, 2014

Daily Editorials

Sen. Rand Paul, the Kentucky Republican, appeared to be grandstanding last week when he filed a clas... Read More

Strange Brew

Feb. 17, 2014

The Bipartisan Commission Ruse Jan. 26, 2014

Steve Chapman

In the polarized atmosphere of Washington, there is one thing that both parties can usually agree on... Read More

Not neutral on Internet rules Jan. 22, 2014

Daily Editorials

Last week's federal appeals court decision striking down the Federal Communications Commission's "op... Read More

President Barack Obama's Unbalanced Intelligence Policy Jan. 22, 2014

Daily Editorials

President Barack Obama's new policy on high-tech surveillance, announced in a speech at the Justice ... Read More

In the Debate About the NSA, Will Facts Trump Fear? Jan. 17, 2014

David Sirota

In order to have a genuinely constructive debate, data must be compiled, evidence must be amassed an... Read More

Free Edward Snowden -- Really? Jan. 05, 2014

Debra J. Saunders

Former CIA Director James Woolsey has pronounced that the proper punishment for National Security Ag... Read More

More Good News for the Independent Judiciary Jan. 03, 2014

Susan Estrich

My friend Greg Jarrett from Fox News was the first to point out the irony. A few days earlier, I had... Read More

Twerking the Language in 2013 Jan. 01, 2014

The Word Guy

Throughout the past, annoying year, These pesky buzzwords chewed our ear. The pols and pundits alway... Read More

Demon Rum and Other Excuses: The Year's Highlights in Blame-Shifting Jan. 01, 2014

Jacob Sullum

We've all been there, perhaps as recently as Tuesday night. You have a few drinks, and the next thin... Read More

'60 Minutes': Tool of the State? Dec. 25, 2013

Tim Graham

The New York Times published an unintentionally humorous headline on Dec. 23: "When '60 Minutes... Read More

Grant Snowden Amnesty Now Dec. 21, 2013

Diane Dimond

As any member of organized crime will tell you, it is best to, "Keep your enemies close to you.... Read More

Security Versus Privacy Dec. 19, 2013

Froma Harrop

This week, a guard insisted on looking into my handbag as I entered Radio City Music Hall to see the... Read More

Look Back in Liberty 2013 Dec. 18, 2013

John Stossel

This wasn't a great year for liberty. A few disasters that government caused: —Obamacare. It ... Read More

In Defense of Spying Without Limits Dec. 16, 2013

Daily Editorials

Gen. Keith Alexander, director of the National Security Agency, made it abundantly clear Wednesday t... Read More

When is the Homeland Secure Enough? Nov. 30, 2013

Diane Dimond

Readers of this column know I spend a considerable amount of time dissecting what's wrong with our c... Read More

Be Thankful For the People Struggling to Limit NSA Spying Nov. 19, 2013

Robert Scheer

On Monday, the Supreme Court, ruling on an emergency petition, declined to do the right thing and he... Read More

Big Brother Has Arrived Nov. 16, 2013

Diane Dimond

So, George Orwell was off by 64 years. In 1949, Orwell's masterpiece novel, "1984," wove ... Read More

The True Patriots in Congress Trying to End NSA Tyranny Nov. 12, 2013

Robert Scheer

That right was reaffirmed boldly and righteously Monday, for the entire world to hear, by F. James S... Read More