Posted by: quiscus | March 22, 2012

March 22, 2012

1. “Is the CIA in Your Kitchen?

When Congress created the CIA in 1947, it expressly prohibited the agency from spying on Americans in America. Nevertheless, it turns out that if your microwave, burglar alarm, or dishwasher is of very recent vintage, and if it is connected to your personal computer, a CIA spy can tell when you are in the kitchen and when you are using that device. The person who revealed this last weekend also revealed that CIA software can learn your habits from all of this and then anticipate them.

Acting “diabolically” and hoping to “change fingerprints and eyeballs” in its “worldwide mission” to steal and keep secrets, the CIA can then gut the Fourth Amendment digitally, without ever physically entering anyone’s home. We already know that your BlackBerry or iPhone can tell a spy where you are and, when the battery is connected, what you are saying. But spies in the kitchen? Can this be true?”

http://original.antiwar.com/andrew-p-napolitano/2012/03/21/is-the-cia-in-your-kitchen/

2. “Obama, GOP won’t Tell Americans that Iran Sanctions drive Gas Prices”

http://www.juancole.com/2012/03/obama-gop-wont-tell-americans-that-iran-sanctions-drive-gas-prices.html

3. “Activist Outrage Causes Major Supermarkets to Drop ‘Pink Slime’ Meat ”

http://globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=29906

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