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For 127 years, prison newspapers have struggled to speak truth to the outside world.
Glenn Greenwald’s No Place to Hide chronicles the publication of secret NSA files that reshaped global conversations about government surveillance.
The mainstream and liberal press’s quixotic search for a ‘good’ conservative merely reinforces the soft bigotry of low expectations.
Why do ideologues who would leave the country vulnerable to catastrophe enjoy prestigious posts in journalism?
“The first principle of any American intelligence official is not an oath to secrecy but a duty to the public, a commitment to speak truth to power.”
Critics like Maureen Dowd of the Times live in an Oz-like dream world.
The NYC mayor as fumbling amateur: this story writes itself, no facts required.
Before I even knew it, I was on the ground, a gun pointing at my head—for photographing a brazen mid-day raid against a TV studio.
If anything, reporting on the NSA’s overreach has revealed just how dangerous to our freedoms the agency’s surveillance practices really are.
A biography by Gabriel Sherman clarifies the Fox impresario’s role in his network’s deceptions.
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