Libertarians Fear Cyber Act, No Forces Agreement No NATO

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Military Headline News – Rick Rogers

 
[audio:http://defensetracker.com/archives/milmin4222013.mp3]
Congressional legislation aimed at stopping corporate hacking has privacy advocates worried about military spying on Americans.
The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act is backed by businesses to shield them from cyber attacks.

But civil libertarians say it would also give the National Security Agency free reign to snoop through personal data.
NATO troops won’t stay in Afghanistan past 2014 if no status of forces agreement is reached
NATO quit Iraq in 2011 over the same legal issue.
The Department of Veterans Affairs will now provisionally approve benefit claims pending for at least a year.
But vets would need to submit more paperwork if seeking a higher award.
Disability benefits typically range from $130 to $2,800 a month – tax-free.
Dayton avoids ‘the bomb’
An air show in Ohio won’t re-enact the dropping of an atomic bomb on Japan after all.
The Dayton Air Show had planned the staged bombing of Hiroshima this June. But bowed to petition opposing it.
Rick Rogers, Military Headline News.
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