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


Dec. 18, 2013

Permission to republish original opeds and cartoons granted.

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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