24 June 2013
Google might be a little too cozy with the White House and federal legislators, but over in Europe the internet giant is facing pressure from multiple governments to change its now infamous modus operandi or face sanctions across the...
24 June 2013
Rarely has any American provoked such fury in Washington’s high places. So far, Edward Snowden has outsmarted the smartest guys in the echo chamber -- and he has proceeded with the kind of moral clarity that U.S. officials seem to find...
23 June 2013
Investigative Journalist Michael Hastings was killed Tuesday in a fiery crash close to his home in Los Angles. His car, which was reported to have been traveling at a high rate of speed, jumped the median and immediately exploded in a...
21 June 2013
In a move that bears striking resemblance to Eric Holder's recent talks with press leaders to suppress reporting of human rights abuses, the British government and large elements of the press have colluded this week to censor coverage...
21 June 2013
Political language, while crucial to our general understanding of public institutions and policies, is both useful and dangerous. Barack Obama, to take a rather inexpensive example, has paradoxically resembled a socialist and a fascist at...
18 June 2013
The Guardian’s recent revelations concerning the intelligence community collecting cell phone call and location data from every single American, as well as the...

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