Monthly Archives: August 2013

Syria strike? Half of Americans say No

Cameron Proves Greenwald Right

Originally posted on The Dish:
Readers know I have been grappling for a while with the vexing question of the balance between the surveillance state and the threat of Jihadist terrorism. When the NSA leaks burst onto the scene, I was skeptical of many of the large claims made by civil libertarians and queasily sympathetic…

Still wondering why we need a stateless media entity like WikiLeaks? This is why

Originally posted on Gigaom:
If it wasn’t already obvious that the U.S. government is targeting journalists as part of its ongoing war on leaks, it should be fairly clear now that Guardian writer Glenn Greenwald’s partner has been detained for nine hours in a British airport and had all of his electronics seized by authorities…

College Students Ask Republicans Where Your Voting Rights Have Gone!

In the video below Rachel Maddow talks about voter suppression currently occurring against college students, who will no longer be able to use their Student I.D. to vote. This change seems highly unconstitutional to me. Let Republicans know that you want to vote, and have a right to vote! Let the colleges know on Twitter […]