Saturday, December 14, 2013

CRL&P Daily Reads: Dec. 14, 2013

NSA, Cyber Command will remain under the control of one military officer; NSA's top civilian official is retiring at the end of the year; but, NSA has already undergone many changes.

Gun control activists leave Capitol Hill to build up infrastructure in the states, while support for tighter gun laws lessens; gun violence is a daily reality for some schools; Politico says Utah is America's gun permit mill; and, CNN columnist says 'Background checks pose no threat to legal gun ownership.'

Detroit's bankruptcy disrupts settlement payments to the man whose wrongful conviction landed him in prison for nearly a decade.

Tea Party groups suing county officials in Texas for denying them use of the county courthouse. 

The Revenge Porn Avengers.

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