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The Whistleblower Who Shall Not Be Named

“YouTube — Google, one of the largest, most powerful companies on the planet — has just censored political discourse from a U.S. senator on the Senate floor,” reports independent, online journalist Tim Pool.  The case refers to the alleged “whistleblower” Eric Ciaramella, around whom hangs a sort of hush-hush infamy

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What Does Snowden Deserve?

Who is Ed Snowden? And what does he deserve? On May 20, 2013, 29-year-old security specialist Edward Snowden flew to Hong Kong after leaving his job at an NSA facility in Hawaii; in early June he revealed thousands of classified NSA documents to journalists Glenn Greenwald, Laura Poitras, and Ewen

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Happy Birthday, Edward Snowden

Edward Snowden turns 35 today and begins another year as a fugitive stuck in Russia. Five years ago, he fled the country to Hong Kong, meeting with The Guardian’s Glenn Greenwald and documentary filmmaker Laura Poitras to discuss documents he had released showing illegal National Security Agency collection of our

Mr. Snowden: Five Years a Fugitive

Free the People: Five Years After Citizenfour — Movie Trailer CNN: Greenwald Defends Snowden CNN: Ron Paul on Snowden CNN: Trump on Snowden NBC: Clinton on Snowden WSJ: Snowden on Trump & Clinton Al Jezeera: More Snowden on Trump & Clinton Bernie Sanders on Snowden Learn Liberty: Snowden: Democracy Under

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Clapper into the Clink?

Lying to Congress is a strange crime. A number of people have been prosecuted for it over the years, but Congress isn’t a court of law and, more to the point, Congress may present the densest source of lies in the United States. The idea that it would be illegal

Edward Snowden

Privacy is the foundation of all other rights. Arguing that you don’t care about privacy because you have nothing to hide is no different from saying you don’t care about free speech because you have nothing to say.

Townhall: Should Snowden Pardon President Obama?

Oliver Stone’s movie is in the theaters now (see yesterday’s video page). But really, you were waiting for Paul Jacob’s take, weren’t you? Click on over to Townhall, then come back here because, well, this is where you belong. Pardon Snowden The Guardian: Edward Snowden makes ‘moral’ case for presidential

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Structurally Opinionated B. S.

Edward Snowden, the infamous American whistleblower now exiled in Russia, says the FBI’s claim that it cannot decode the infamous San Bernardino terrorist’s iPhone is, and I quote, “Bernie Sanders.” Oops. He used another word-set, also sporting the initials B. S. I got confused because, though the press has been

Video: “Gifts Are Sometimes Not Accepted”

A ceremonial bust of Ed Snowden was erected in Brooklyn, New York, by dissident artists. The reason? To honor the whistleblower who revealed an expansive, expensive data accumulation system carried on by the NSA against the American people — one that seemed not allowed by law, and previously denied by the

Edward Snowden Posters

Get FREE high-resolution 11″x17″ versions of these posters, click the thumbnail images below. A downloadable PDF document will open. “This country is worth dying for.”—Edward Snowden “I don’t want to live in a world where everything that I say, everything I do, everyone I talk to, every expression of creativity

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