Surveillance Explodes – Winning The Future At Home, Too

By every available measure, the level of domestic intelligence surveillance activity in 2010 increased from the year before, according to a new Justice Department report to Congress on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. And doesn’t even include the significant spike in activities like the Bureau’s use of national security letters, which jumped to 24,287, pertaining to 14,212 different U.S. persons.

Thank goodness we got change we can believe in. Go team.