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Strange bedfellows: NRA and ACLU join forces to sue the NSA
The NRA and ACLU make strange bedfellows. These two organizations usually support politicians from opposing parties, their members by-and-large are from opposing parties, and their ideologies generally oppose. However, they are coming together now for the greater good of dealing a blow to the NSA’s sweeping domestic spying program. The ACLU recently filed suit to end the NSA program that they believe to be far too intrusive into innocent citizen’s lives, while simultaneously being in conflict with the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Several news organizations have filed briefs in support of the lawsuit including Fox, Bloomberg, and National Public Radio. However, the arrival of the NRA joins the right and left of the political spectrum in unity against the overreaching Obama administration and the NSA program. ...More HERE
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