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The Weekly Standard notes thatMarco Rubio, the Florida senator who is running for president, was among those who voted against the USA Freedom Act. "Just four days before the terrorist attack in California this week, the USA Freedom Act limited our access to critical information about potential threats," said Rubio's campaign in a statement provided… Continue reading Immigration Policy is national security
Senator Marco Rubio is of the opinion that passage of the USA Freedom Act, which ends certain warrantless government surveillance of your internet and phone records, is dangerously misguided:There is not a single documented case of abuse of these programs which were put in place after 9/11 to keep Americans safe.I disagree.First, the Senator elides… Continue reading Rubio bulks up
File Says N.S.A. Found Way to Replace Email ProgramSo, NSA does not need to collect and store everyone's email to provide security insights. They told a Clinton "Truth" when they said they shut the program down for “operational and resource reasons” - they meant they found another way to do it. As far as phone… Continue reading Promises
In recent days, Ted Cruz has attacked Marco Rubio on Rubio's well known, and since abandoned, proposal favoring a path to citizenship/illegal immigrant amnesty.Then, Marco Rubio attacked Ted Cruz on Cruz’ (and Rand Paul’s) resistance to NSA's warrantless accumulation of email and phone records from American citizens, going so far as to link Cruz to… Continue reading Cruz? Rubio?