Join the Coalition!

It doesn’t matter what political ideology you hold dear. It doesn’t matter who you voted for. And it doesn’t matter what political party you support, or don’t. Every single person across the political spectrum is affected by NSA spying.

We are here to set aside differences on everything else – and to come together for common cause. We believe in your right to privacy, and the limitations created by the 4th Amendment.

Whether you’re part of an organization, a group, a business, a loose coalition – you can join us in our coalition to push back against NSA spying. Prominent bloggers and activists are more than welcome as well.

US: Place your website, FB, twitter, logo and/or other information on this website. Invite you to participate in regular conference calls and strategy meetings. Encourage you to take a leadership role in building this movement and website.

YOU: Being a part of this coalition can take on many forms, including leadership roles, sending emails to your supporters, sharing regularly on social media, sending out press releases, and the like.

Please contact us to let us know you’re interested in getting on board!

COALITION ORGANIZERS

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(BORDC Advisory Board members include Daniel Ellsburg and Naomi Wolf)

NATIONAL COALITION PARTNERS

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(RevolutionTruth started out as an open letter to the U.S. government about their undemocratic handling of journalist Julian Assange and the nonprofit organization WikiLeaks.)
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STATE/LOCAL COALITION PARTNERS

Libertas Utah    We Texans
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UNIVERSITY COALITION PARTNERS

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33 Responses to “Join the Coalition!”

  1. What’s not to love about this message? Thank you for putting things so eloquently and fairly. It’s time to come together. There is a great Russell Brand interview along these lines on YouTube, released October 7th.

  2. every time I try contact you it opens up a new window and just stays at google homepage

  3. DO IT NOW!!!

  4. I was absolutely appalled to find out that this NSA data base is practically in my back yard! Utah is generally considered a “conservative” state, which is why we moved back here. To find out that someone sold us out like this is unbelievable. Now, I’m almost ashamed to say that I am a Utahn! so, who do we have to blame for this? I’d like to give ‘em a piece of my mind!

  5. I can’t sign up for your newsletter because the form requires state initials (MD for me) but forces a choice among state names only (Maryland). I can’t locate your email address or any other contact option on this site to send you this comment.

  6. Freedom is not free and it comes with a price. I do not agree with this coalition. You are bitting off your nose to spite your face. For us to be a strong country we have to protect our country from the people within who are trying to destroy us. You don’t need to worry about the NSA, what you need to be worried about is your neighbor who with a single finger can record your every action and words and send it around the world…

    • The Congressional Budget Office recently said that only once has NSA provided information regarding a potential action against the USA, and in that case its input made no difference. Against this we have NSA spying on the German Chancellor (what, she’s going to proclaim the Fourth Reich?), the President of France (fear he wants Louisiana back?) and the President of Brazil (Mardi Gras hides a sneak attack?). But they couldn’t warn of Putin’s move into Ukraine. NSA missed the 1993 WTC bomb, 9/11, Boston Marathon, bombing our embassies in Tanzania and Kenya, Lockerbie, Benghazi, USS Cole, Beirut Marine barracks, shoe bomber, Times Square car bomb, Mumbai mall massacre, and on and on.
      Your defense of the indefensible shows you are either a fool or an NSA plant.
      I dare call it treason, and I call for the traditional and appropriate penalty for all NSA employees and supporters

    • The “freedom is not free” mantra is one that encourages unquestioning loyalty to whatever thug preaches from the soapbox. A true patriot would be appalled at nearly every branch of the fed govt. it is a giant monstrosity built by pledging the best intentions to an unthinking, uncritical, apathetic public. “The means of defense against foreign danger historically have become the instruments of tyranny at home.” -James Madison

      The NSA is one particularly egregious offending arm of the beast. Every step done to restore the constitution is a step in the right direction.

  7. SHOULD WE CALL TO HELP PUSH THIS INTO BONIFIDE LEGSILATION LET ME GUESS ORRIN HATCH??????? WHAT CAN A GUY DO TO HELP THE CAUSE ON AN INDIVIDUAL LEVEL

  8. This is a great starting point, but there is plenty more to address.

  9. Beans Van Camp June 7, 2014 at 1:02 pm Reply

    WE’VE GOTTA GET THIS OUT, TO WHERE EVERYONE IS AWARE THAT THE NSA NOT ONLY EXISTS, THAT THE NSA IS COMPILING DATA ON EVERY TOM, DICK AND HARRY IN THE NATION, AND THAT DATA IS PROCESSED AT THESE CENTERS THAT WE’RE CLOSING DOWN! KNOWLEDGE IS POWER. IF WE ARE ALL AWARE, ITS EASY… THE RESPONSE IS TO TURN OFF THE WATER THAT COOLS THE COMPUTER BANKS PROCESSING AND STORING THE DATA.
    EVEN MORE IMPORTANTLY, TO MY MIND, IS THE ONE MILLION CUBIC FEET PER DAY OF WATER THESE CENTERS DRINK, IS AN ECOLOGICAL PROBLEM OF A MASSIVE SIZE !
    THIS IS JUST RIDICULOUS, THAT “OUR” GOVERNMENT IS PULLING THIS CRAP ON ‘WE THE PEOPLE’ AND MUST END, NOW !
    DANG…

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