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Dec192013

ALG's Daily Grind - Americans have 'greater expectation' of privacy in surveillance era, judge rules

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Dec. 18, 2013

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Americans have 'greater expectation' of privacy in surveillance era, judge rules
U.S. District Court Judge Richard Leon rules against the NSA: "I think it is more likely that these trends have resulted in a greater expectation of privacy and a recognition that society views that expectation as reasonable."

D.C. settles back into government growth normalcy
Government growth has been the status quo for 55 years. Rolling back the government is a radical idea—and a necessity.

Death by renewable
Effective immediately, a new rule issued by the Department of Interior (DOI) will grant 30-year permits allowing wind farms to "accidently kill federally protected eagles."

Next up for Obamacare market disruption: small businesses
Ed Morrisseey brings attention rising health insurance costs under Obamcare for small businesses.

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