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Send a letter to the Attorney General: [email protected]
Reader J. Scott already did:
Please take action against those responsible for the recent NY and LA Times pieces that have compromised natinoal security, once again, in revealing the federal governments programs involving banking transactions. I am SICK and TIRED of these publications having diplomatic immunity. I understand and value the freedom of the press, but this is a time of war and we must protect ourselves from those who seek to bring aid to our enemies. Treason is a crime. Get a backbone and fight back!!
Must-read: Andy McCarthy
The blunt reality here is that there is a war against the war. It is the jihad of privacy fetishists whose self-absorption knows no bounds. Pleas rooted in the well-being of our community hold no sway.
The anti-warriors know only the language of self-interest. It is the language that tells them the revelation of the nation’s secrets will result, forthwith, in the demand for the revelation of their secrets — which is to say, their sources in the intelligence community — with incarceration the price of resistance. It is the language admonishing that even journalists themselves may be prosecuted when their publication of national secrets violates the law.
Bluntly, officials who leak the classified information with which they have been entrusted can be prosecuted for theft of government property. If the information is especially sensitive, they can be prosecuted for violating the Espionage Act. In either event, the press has no legal right to protect such lawlessness.
That is our simple choice: Strong medicine we will either take or persist in declining … while resigning ourselves to more of the same.
Photoshop entries incoming!
Backlash against the blabbermouths