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How Far Until You Object?

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On this episode of the Annoying Peasant Radio Show we discuss what to what lengths the state can go until you object to their actions.  Do you have a line that the state cannot cross?  In a May 2013, CNN interview, Former FBI counterterrorism agent Tim Clemente disclosed that the federal government is keeping track of all electronic communications that occur within the US regardless of whether a warrant is obtained.  All telephone conversations are being captured.

This, on the heels of the AP story that many reporters' phone conversations were being tapped and much more.  The Department of Justice secretly seized Associated Press phone records and that an FBI operative obtained a sealed warrant to snoop through the email of Fox News’s top Washington correspondent.  And the American people at large do not pay attention.

This is likely just the starting point of the conversation.  So listen in, join the chat or give us a call and be part of the conversation!

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