Title: The Human Factor
Author: Ishmael Jones (pseudonym)
Jones, Ishmael (2010). The Human Factor: Inside The CIA’s Dysfunctional Intelligence Culture. New York: Encounter Books
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Alexis de Tocqueville famously praised newspapers as democratizing associations. “A newspaper,” he says, “is an advisor that needs not be sought out, but comes of its own accord and talks to you briefly everyday about the commonweal.” Like Tocqueville, I believe that newspapers, especially when they are diverse and localist in their focus, can serve as a linchpin of liberty. 1,225 more words
As of November 19th QUBSU has passed a motion proposed at SU council to ban Robin Thicke’s controversial single ‘Blurred Lines’ everywhere on campus and in union outlets, joining a number of Universities across the UK to ban the song. 253 more words
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Six months after the IRS’s inspector general revealed that the tax-collection agency had been targeting conservative organizations for added scrutiny and delaying their applications for tax-exempt status, the IRS has proposed new rules for handling political activity by nonprofits.