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The Problem With Leaks

Every single administration that enters the White House seems to have had a problem with “leaks”…someone somewhere that decides they want the press to know what’s going on, so they tell stuff they shouldn’t. 506 more words

Excerpt | Arundhati Roy on Charity & NGOs

Things That Can and Cannot Be Said is a talk-heavy, deeply philosophical, and ruminative account of a peculiar rendezvous between four thinker-activists (and actor) – John Cusack, Arundhati Roy, Daniel Ellsberg, and Edward Snowden. 474 more words

Free Speech

Documents: CIA Flew 'Rendition Flight' In Attempt to Kidnap Snowden Following NSA Leaks

(Truth In Media) The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency flew a “rendition flight” in an attempt to kidnap National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden, according to documents released by the Danish news outlet Denfri.dk. 260 more words

Truth In Media

Memo to Trump: Stop whining about "fake news" and start focusing on policy

It was a very rough Sunday morning for White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus. The Wisconsinite was on television duty to defend President Trump’s attacks on the media and boast about the administration’s productivity over the last four weeks. 583 more words

All News

The next economic boom for emerging nations will come by learning to market digital trust

There are many ways to look at countries. Some see connected pieces of political geography; others see ‘imagined communities’ tied together by mythical values, histories and economic pressures. 1,085 more words

Oil Lamp Theater Announces Production of The People’s Republic of Edward Snowden By WC Turck Directed by Artistic Director Keith Gerth March 9 through April 16, 2017

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February 14, 2017

Glenview, IL – Executive and Artistic Director Keith Gerth and Associate Artistic Director Stephen Smith announce Oil Lamp Theater’s next show of the 2017 season, … 1,736 more words

Wc Turck

Leaks vs. Whistleblowers

The dominant political news of the week was the dismissal of Lt. Michael Flynn (ret.), President Trump’s first National Security Advisor. His abrupt departure brought back a few issues that should have been answered during the fall campaign, but weren’t. 853 more words

Politics