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nsa scandal

The six-year rule is a simple arithmetic formula that dictates that an American president has run his effective course after six years in office. After that, he's pretty well useless and might as well step down. Skeptical? See Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush.
Canadians’ private digital information is inevitably being caught up in the U.S.’s massive surveillance dragnet, and Canada's