Earlier this month, Republican Senator Tom Cotton introduced S. 1339, legislation that would make permanent the extraordinary electronic surveillance powers of the FISA Amendments Act (also often referred to as “the 702 program”), even though the FISA Amendments Act was supposed to expire many years
Yesterday, a Republican-only group of U.S. Senators led by Tom Cotton introduced S. 1339, legislation that would make the FISA Amendments Act – Section VII of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act – permanent. When the FISA Amendments Act was passed in 2008, it was so
Members of Congress are warning of the urgent threat of North Korea’s plans to develop nuclear weapons that might one day be able to reach the United States. We must act now, they say, before it’s too late. U.S. Representative Tulsi Gabbard: “We must stand
Psst... what kind of person doesn't support pacifism?