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All I am saying is ... Watch what you say and you can stay free

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By John Whitlock

Are people outraged the federal government could be tracking your phone calls, Internet usages and email?

No.

Are people stunned the federal government could be tracking your phone calls, Internet usages and email?

No.

Are people even somewhat surprised the federal government could be tracking your phone calls, Internet usages and email?

No.

I would guess that most people probably think the government routinely checks for keywords in email.

I always try to be careful when writing an email. I always try to avoid using the words “explode,” “strike,” “jihad,” “target,” “gas,” “dirty,” “bomb,”  “kill,” “maim,” “disaster,” “response,” “militia,” “security,” “breach,” “shooting,” “emergency,” “leak,” “chemical,” “cops,” “prevention,” “authorities,” “assassination,” “toxic,’ “cloud,” “plume,” “police,” “burn,” “North Korea,” “looting,” “riot,” “hostage,” “outbreak,” “wave,” “sick,” “subway,” “port,” “delays,” “smart,” “power,”   “enriched,” “plot,” “recruitment,” “blackout,” “bridge,” “recall,” “swine,” and of course “pork.”

All of those words were on a list released last year by the Department of Homeland Security that could provoke further scrutiny by the federal government.

So, if you don’t use any of these words, send a lot of emails overseas, or visit any suspicious web sites, you could probably avoid being watched by your government.

It might sound a bit outrageous but as long as we are careful, watch what we say or grab the attention of the federal government, we can stay free and still enjoy all the privileges outlined in the Bill of Rights.