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Snowden Leak Story Is Straight from the MSM Plantation

The UK Guardian has enjoyed a traffic spike from its sensationalist story about globetrotting intelligence leaker Edward Snowden, spun as part of the anti-military narrative of leftist journalists Glenn Greenwald and Laura Poitras. The reason for the traffic spike is clear: it's not due to accurate or honest reporting, but instead to the story getting major play in the left, right, mainstream and fringe media. Jul 10, 2013 1:05 PM PT

Fox Panel Misses Greenwald's Real Motivation for Anti-NSA Activism

A panel discussion on Fox News Watch last weekend focused on the question of Glenn Greenwald and asks whether activist journalism can be trusted. The Fox Panel completely skirted the specifics about Greenwald, however, so it ended up being another case in which the public was misdirected on the real agenda behind the NSA story. Jul 8, 2013 5:11 AM PT

In SFO Air Disaster, Citizens Lead Networks in Breaking News

When it comes to breaking news on stories like Saturday's tragic Asiana jet crash at San Francisco airport, it's becoming increasingly clear that we've moved into a new era for journalism. A few years ago, the only real option for news viewers to try and keep on top of urgent stories was to go to one of the cable networks such as CNN, FOX News or MSNBC and watch stories unfold. Today, social media like Twitter, and Internet access to local news and scanner feeds, are getting the jump on the networks. Jul 7, 2013 4:55 AM PT

Venezuela, Nicaragua Offer Asylum to Edward Snowden

A government news site announced that Maduro was offering Snowden "humanitarian asylum." The Venezuelan President, who recently came to power after the death of Hugo Chavez, said the move was intended "to protect this young man from imperialist persecution." Jul 5, 2013 8:34 PM PT

Times: Snowden Had 'Ethical Hacker' Certification

As NSA leaker Edward Snowden remains trapped in a Russian airport travel limbo, a fuller picture of him continues to emerge. A new article in the New York Times indicates his resume shows he has gotten certifications in "ethical hacking" that are accepted by a number of U.S. government agencies. Jul 5, 2013 11:39 AM PT

Oakland Votes to Give Over $1 Million to Settle Occupy Lawsuit

The Oakland City Council voted to give over a million dollars in taxpayer money to settle a lawsuit brought by protesters who claimed to have been victims of police brutality during Occupy Oakland skirmishes in 2011. The resolution of Timothy Scott Campbell et al. vs. City of Oakland was a total amount of $1,170,000, which included attorney fees. Jul 3, 2013 3:40 PM PT

New York Times: Snowden's Skype Leak Aids Terrorists

The New York Times is reporting that leaker Edward Snowden and his planned release of classified information are helping potential terrorists evade detection. The disclosure comes from an article about how Snowden used his status as System Administration for National Security Agency contractor Booz Allen to gain access to classified information. Jul 1, 2013 1:02 PM PT

Asked About Snowden, Julian Assange Attacks U.S. Justice System

WikiLeaks leader Julian Assange was a Sunday guest on the ABC News show This Week With George Stephanopoulos, and he took the time for a self-serving slam of the court that may one day indict him. In response to a question by George Stephanopoulos about Snowden's current whereabouts, Assange turned the question around into an attack on the judicial system that is pursuing both Snowden and Assange. Jul 1, 2013 5:56 AM PT

Greenwald Defenders Distract from Real Story: There Is No NSA Scandal

Glenn Greenwald and his defenders would like you to believe the media are trying to "distract" from his story about the the supposed NSA scandal. That ignores reality. In fact, Greenwald is making his "persecution" the story to distract from the reality that there is no NSA scandal, as fervently as some would like you to believe there is one. Jun 27, 2013 10:47 AM PT

Glenn Greenwald: 'I'm No Right-Wing Libertarian'

Glenn Greenwald has become the subject of debate for his role in releasing information that he claims points to a scandal at the National Security Agency (NSA). Greenwald has been attacked and praised by people on all sides of the political spectrum and these attempts to define Greenwald are filtered through ideological lenses. Jun 26, 2013 4:45 AM PT

Timeline: Snowden's Collaboration with Left-Wing Reporters

The events that led to the publication of claims about the NSA by Edward Snowden have become clearer with Snowden's admission that he intentionally took a job at NSA contractor Booz Allen Hamilton for the express purpose of gathering information about U.S. surveillance programs. Jun 24, 2013 7:40 PM PT

Bush Official Defends Obama on NSA Scandal

When it comes to criticizing President Obama, Marc Thiessen can't be considered shy. The title of his best-selling book is Courting Disaster: How the CIA Kept America Safe and How Barack Obama is Courting the Next Attack and sports a blurb from former Vice President Dick Cheney. Jun 23, 2013 2:47 AM PT


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