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Will the Media remain a friend of Obama after they jail a NY Times reporter?

We shall see where this leads.  Will the press remain a loyalist to Obama? The Internet bloggers are next on his list. One to pay attention to. 187 more words

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A WIRED EXCLUSIVE | Edward Snowden: The Untold Story - His MESSAGE ARRIVES on my “clean machine,” a MacBook Air loaded only with a sophisticated encryption package. “Change in plans,” my contact says. “Be in the lobby of the Hotel ______ by 1 pm. Bring a book and wait for ES to find you.” ¶ ES is Edward Snowden, the most wanted man in the world. For almost nine months, I have been trying to set up an interview with him

—traveling to Berlin, Rio de Janeiro twice, and New York multiple times to talk with the handful of his confidants who can arrange a meeting. Among other things, I want to answer a burning question: What drove Snowden to leak hundreds of thousands of top-secret documents, revelations that have laid bare the vast scope of the government’s domestic surveillance programs? 106 more words

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There’s Another Edward Snowden… And God Bless Him

Source: Outsider Club, by Jason Simpkins

The Outsider Club makes no apologies for being fans of Edward Snowden. For a democracy to properly function, its citizens must be informed about what their government is doing. 351 more words

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Speaker Boehner Observed By International Whistleblowers

Well surprise, surprise, someones been blocking a constitutional convention for the last couple years! On the bright side: more evidence the are a lot of people working hard behind the scenes to expose corruption and restore checks and balances to the system. 3,008 more words

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Looking back in anger: One year of Snowden’s leaks - by Joshua Eaton July 31, 2014 5:00AM ET

As Snowden awaits Russian visa renewal, the world mulls role of NSA and expects further revelations from document trove

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One year ago, Russia  406 more words

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Caregivers (Family) are Often the Casualties, the Hidden Victims in Traumatic Brain Injury

“Caregivers are often the Casualties, the Hidden Victims.  No one Sees the Sacrifices They Make”

We are the ones to make sure our loved ones in institutions are treated with respect, dignity, safe and loved.   429 more words

Before Snowden: The Whistleblowers Who Tried To Lift The Veil - by DAVID WELNA July 22, 2014 4:44 AM ET

Over the last dozen years, whistleblowers at the National Security Agency have had a rough track record, facing FBI raids and lawsuits.

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Seventy years old and on crutches, both legs lost to diabetes, Bill Binney worked at the National Security Agency nearly three decades as one of its leading crypto-mathematicians. 697 more words

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