Today is “The Day We Fight Back” against NSA mass spying — a day sponsored by a broad coalition including EFF, Demand Progress, ACLU, Reddit, Mozilla, Amnesty International and at least a dozen others. The goal: to flood the offices of Congress with e-mails and phone calls for a day with our demands: that our privacy, as guaranteed by the Fourth Amendment, be respected once again. To participate, click the banner above. It takes about 2 minutes.
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We keep fighting on sooo many issues and I see us making very little progress but I’ll keep on and hope we make some headway.
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If we don’t continue to assert our rights, they will be gone. The government (like a child) tests us constantly hoping we will give in. But like with a child, when we say NO we mean NO. No matter how many times we are tested. Being a patriot isn’t easy or simple. Nothing important comes without effort, usually a consistent effort over time. Stay with it friends.