When Congress passed the National Security Act in 1947, it did so to protect American democracy from the growing power of the U.S. military. World War II had just ended, and Americans saw the danger of fascist states in which national government, military power, and
The USA Needs Robots To Do Jobs That Dogs Already Do To Deal With A Problem That Isn’t Happening, Says US Senator
Senator Bill Nelson’s plan does at least shift the labor around to different areas of the economy, which helps everyone look busy, which just might deter terrorists from attacking the USA… though they already aren’t.
Yes, it’s true that the George W. Bush and Barack Obama oversaw a massive spying program through the National Security Agency, seizing huge numbers of private communications involving Americans who are suspected of no crime whatsoever, but that’s all been reformed since then, right? Wrong