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Obama White House not keen on Patriot Act lapsing

The Washington Examiner said: “White House spokesman Josh Earnest on Thursday called on the Senate to quickly pass a House bill to reform and extend domestic surveillance authorities that expire at the end of May, and said failing to do so would put at risk the authorities the government uses to keep Americans safe.”

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Out of Touch? Obama doesn’t think Americans’ privacy was violated

WASHINGTON — Arrogant, much? President Barack Obama, contrary to public opinion, believes that the NSA surveillance techniques do not violate Americans’ privacy rights. Reuters reports that Obama’s chief of staff, Denis McDonough, told Bob Schieffer on CBS’s “Face the Nation” program that the Obama administration does not see the NSA surveillance as an infringement on […]

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July 2015

7/6/2015 - WATCH: Chris Christie Criticizes Rand Paul’s Opposition to PATRIOT Act

June 2015

6/2/2015 - Rand Paul’s Privacy Policy could be Abused by Third Parties

6/1/2015 - Jake Tapper: Obama’s Defense of the Patriot Act is Unimpressive

6/1/2015 - No Love Lost between McCain, Rand Paul

6/1/2015 - Patriot Act Provisions will Lapse even after Senate’s Last-Ditch Effort

6/1/2015 - Rand Paul gives Speech, Rails against NSA

May 2015

5/23/2015 - Obama White House not keen on Patriot Act lapsing

5/21/2015 - Rand Paul takes Stand against NSA and Patriot Act for 11 Hours

June 2013

6/18/2013 - Out of Touch? Obama doesn’t think Americans’ privacy was violated

6/15/2013 - Dissident and Opposition Groups afraid of NSA surveillance sharing

6/7/2013 - Big Brother? Obama admin collecting American’s phone records