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The system of banking [is] a blot left in all our Constitutions, which, if not covered, will end in their destruction... I sincerely believe that banking institutions are more dangerous than standing armies; and that the principle of spending money to be paid by posterity... is but swindling futurity on a large scale.

- Thomas Jefferson

Current Actions

H.R 256

Due Process / Privacy

A remarkable step toward restoring civil liberties.

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H.R. 5859 / S. 2828

War Powers: Ukraine and Russia sanctions

This bill escalating conflict with Russia was passed with only three representatives in the room, and the senate passed it by anonymous voting.

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H.R. 4681

Privacy / Due Process: Unlimited Spying on US Citizens

Congressional leadership tried to sneak by changes in this bill that "grants the executive branch virtually unlimited access to the communications of every American."

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Recent Commentaries

The Purchase of the Press

If knowledge is power . . . control the news, control the people.

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To the Editor

Make the necessary changes and hit the papers. We make it easy.

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This has been the most tragic week in the congress in the years we have been watching the workings of our government.

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Catching Phonies

"I know of no way of judging the future but by the past."

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The D Word

The White Hat is the most insidious disguise of all.

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Can't Ban the Guns, Ban the Ammo

Executive and agency action in the works for gun control end-around.


The Insecurity of Fingerprints and Iris Scans as Security Measures

"When your fingerprints are stolen, there is no reset."


DHS Report Warns of “Sovereign Citizen”, Right-Wing Domestic Terror Threat

According to report some federal law enforcement agencies view threat from so-called sovereign citizens to be equal or greater to the threat from the Islamic State.


The Bad Cop Database

"The largest organization of public defenders in the country is building a 'cop accountability' database, aimed at helping defense attorneys question the credibility of police officers in court."


Police Turn Off Video Cams Before Beating Man


President's Authorization for Military Force Against ISIS: Annotated

ACLU counters the vague language that opens up more abuses of power and civil rights. Click the "play" button.


Exclusive: CIA Whistleblower John Kiriakou “I Am Proud To Have Stood Up Against Torture”

The only CIA officer in prison for the torture program is the one who blew the whistle.


How to Defeat Putin in Ukraine

Arming the Ukrainians is a losing game. Instead, help Kiev succeed.


Shhh, the TV Will Hear You

Samsung Invents a TV That Listens to Your Conversations


ISIS War is Good for Business

Obama pledged that the war against ISIS won’t be fought with U.S. ground troops. He didn’t say anything about contractors, who see this as “the next big meal ticket.”


New Attorney General Defends Civil Forfeiture as "Wonderful Tool"

Insists it is never abused, while failing to mention heinous case in her own department


TSA Supervisor Makes Up Bomb Threat Accusations to Punish Man Filing a Complaint

Video proves innocence after months through the court process.


Sub-contracted Torture

The horrific stories of CIA-sponsored torture that aren’t in the Senate report.

L9 Member Highlight

To those who think the UN Treaty could never override laws in the US: "When talking about how sometimes international law trumps even state law, one example is that an additive to gasoline was seeping into California's water supply contaminating it but California could not pass laws to remove the additive due to some by-law in NAFTA."

- KJ, Washington DC