Friday, June 28, 2013

House Passes 2014 NDAA; NSA Surveillance Will Lead to Indefinite Detention

Do *something*, or you'll be standing By for a long time...
On June 14, by a vote of 315-108, the House of Representatives passed the Fiscal Year 2014 version of the NDAA (HR 1960). Several amendments to the defense spending legislation were proposed, many of which were approved either by voice vote or en bloc...While the 2014 iteration doesn’t go far enough in pushing the federal beast back inside its constitutional cage, there are at least a few congressmen willing to try to crack the whip and restore constitutional separation of powers and shore up a few of the fundamental liberties suspended by the NDAA of the past two years.
(thenewamerican.com)

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