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Tuesday, April 01, 2014

Larry Klayman is getting serious in seeking class certification within the litigation he's filed against NSA spying on the nation's citizens.

This link. While too much a gadfly and a "birther" to boot, Klayman has my backing on pursuing the litigation. May he have a big-time payday from it, teaching a little lesson that likely will be swept aside months afterward. At least he's doing something about the problem. Others, with different approaches, in litigation and otherwise also are acting; Klayman is not alone despite appearances he'd want to convey.

(And certainly in posting it is not my intention to say that Washington Examiner is generally credible, in any meaningful way, despite it being the link source this time. Even a blind pig can on occasion find a truffle.)

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