The latest database on U.S. citizens, prying into our private lives, and it wasn’t perpetrated by the NSA!
Click on over to Townhall.* Then back here. For, we’ve got some links for you. But hey: First things first: Read the Townhall piece. It’s short! (And easy to share. If you weren’t aware of this chunk of our Surveillance State, sharing links is more than in order.)
For the Doris Day reference, see The Man Who Knew Too Much, by Alfred Hitchcock.
For the King of Siam reference, see The King and I, with that great starring role by Yul Brenner.
For more on the new database, see
- Washington Examiner: “Federal consumer bureau data-mining hundreds of millions of consumer credit card accounts, mortgages”
- Washington Examiner: “CFPB HQ rehab to cost more than Trump Towers”
- Washington Examiner: “Consumer agency FOIA officers help employees hide work calendars”
* The column was published Monday, February 4, one day later than intended. Sorry for any confusion.