So they can spy but we can’t? That’s the gist of the news coming out of the related Snowden, Manning, NSA and PRISM stories. Larry Klayman at World Net Daily reports that Democratic Presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton herself is implicit in the release of government secrets, just like Manning and Snowden. Unlike Manning and Snowden, … Read more Government Can Spy on You, but You Can’t Spy on It
Let’s get inside Snowden’s head for a minute. I think these two resources, an interview and an exchange of emails, will help. The Interview: The exchange of emails Snowden had with an ex-US Senator, quoted from here: “Shortly after returning home, I received a fascinating email exchange between Snowden and a former politician I remember … Read more Snowden’s Perspective
CBS News reports that Snowden was granted temporary Russian asylum today. The Russians played their role as actors well for a time, but we all knew this was coming. The Russians still consider the US a great enemy behind closed doors. The Washington Post reports that Manning was found not guilty of aiding the enemy, … Read more A Time of Freedom
Politically far right writer, and I say that in the best possible way, Victoria Jackson has recently written this article claiming that the US government may have assassinated two other far right media figures, Andrew Breitbart and Michael Hastings. I have written previously that free flow of information is both necessary to the optimal society … Read more Snowden, Manning, Assange…Breitbart?