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Let's talk about fraud: "A person or thing intended to deceive others, typically by unjustifiably claiming or being credited with accomplishments or qualities," Lexico dictionary calls it. Let's also discuss breach of contract: "A breach of contract occurs when the promise of the contract is not kept, because one party has failed to fulfill their... Read More
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Jonathan Pollard Is No Victim
In many predominantly progressive and libertarian circles journalist Glenn Greenwald is regularly praised and even called a hero for his courageous and unflinching criticism of the developing national security state and for his custodianship of what might be described as the Snowden papers. Through the years I too have generally found his insights both informative... Read More
[This piece originally appeared at Asia Times Online on June 28, 2013.  It can be reposted if ATOl is acknowledged and a Times, made the case in a Bloomberg op-ed: Snowden should have the courage to come home, to fight in court, under the law. He has damaged his cause by fleeing to China, then... Read More
[This piece originally appeared at Asia Times Online on June 21, 2013.  It can be reposted if ATOl is credited and a government surveillance, had any prior knowledge of Snowden's exploit; but there are considerable