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Live from FreedomFest: An Interview With Property Rights Heroine Martha Boneta

No citizen should be put through what Martha Boneta has faced to protect her liberty and basic rights from abusive government at any level.

Our Favorite Part of FreedomFest: It's An Intellectual Feast

We urge you to put FreedomFest (July 9 – 12, 2014) on your calendar and reserve your place at the world's greatest gathering of free minds by calling Tami Holland, 1-866-266-5101, or go HERE to register online.

Amash Fighting Big Brother NSA

Rep. Justin Amash’s principled stand for liberty and privacy is in stark contrast to the House Republican leadership who have largely ignored the illegal and unconstitutional acts of the Obama security apparatus in favor of a “security at any cost” attitude toward the NSA's domestic surveillance program.

Price of the Surveillance State

Peggy Noonan, Wall Street Journal

Too many things are happening that are making a lot of us feel a new distance from our country.

NSA And IRS Scandals Show The Leviathan Has Slipped Its Chains

The NSA and IRS scandals have shown Americans that the federal Leviathan has slipped its chains – it is now up to the limited-government constitutional conservatives of the Tea Party, libertarian and conservative movements to rally the people to bring it to heel.

Who’s Afraid of Big Brother?

W. James Antle III, Daily Caller

Americans need to understand the government’s spying has gone beyond just terrorism suspects.

Big Brother Obama is Watching

Phyllis Schlafly, GOP USA

Obama’s new America includes harassing political foes while snooping in on everyone else’s business.

CHQ Reader Comments: NSA Leaker Edward Snowden is a Patriot

So far, Edward Snowden is getting a hero’s welcome on www.ConservativeHQ.com. Here is a selection of some of the comments supporting Snowden’s decision to reveal classified material on the U.S. government's electronic surveillance programs. To have your ideas and opinions on the issues raised by the NSA leak and Edward Snowden’s critique of U.S. government electronic surveillance policy considered for publication on CHQ, please send them to CHQeditor [at] gmail [dot] com.