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Mar 05

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Mar 04

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Marissa Alexander Now Faces 60 Years in Prison for Firing a Warning Shot in Self Defense -

(Source: thenationmagazine)

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balconyscene:

my lit teacher cracks me up

balconyscene:

my lit teacher cracks me up

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theonion:

15 Years In Environment Of Constant Fear Somehow Fails To Rehabilitate Prisoner

theonion:

15 Years In Environment Of Constant Fear Somehow Fails To Rehabilitate Prisoner

Feb 09

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Feb 06

“Broad City” co-creators on feminism, New York and Amy Poehler - Salon.com -

(Source: smartgirlsattheparty)

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theatlantic:

Like It Or Not, Glenn Greenwald Is Now the Face of the 1st Amendment

Among the dozens of reporters, editors, and commentators who have worked on articles sourced to Edward Snowden, just one, Glenn Greenwald, has been subject to a sustained campaign that seeks to define him as something other than a journalist. NBC’s David Gregory asked him why he shouldn’t be prosecuted for aiding and abetting a felon. Representative Peter King declared that “legal action should be taken against him.” Representative Mike Rogers charges that he is a thief who sells stolen material. The New Republic published a piece alleging that he has a nefarious, secret agenda. Why this unique effort to discredit him in particular?
Countless American journalists have published classified documents in the modern era. All were paid for their work, and in a world with Bob Woodward, it’s unlikely that Greenwald has been paid the most for revelations of classified material. Greenwald isn’t even unique in writing about secrets stolen by Snowden, or in being paid as a freelancer for his work upon the publication of those articles. Nor has Greenwald authored the Snowden articles denounced most bitterly by the national-security establishment. That distinction goes to the talented Barton Gellman.  
So what is different about Greenwald?
Read more. [Image: Reuters]


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theatlantic:

Like It Or Not, Glenn Greenwald Is Now the Face of the 1st Amendment

Among the dozens of reporters, editors, and commentators who have worked on articles sourced to Edward Snowden, just one, Glenn Greenwald, has been subject to a sustained campaign that seeks to define him as something other than a journalist. NBC’s David Gregory asked him why he shouldn’t be prosecuted for aiding and abetting a felon. Representative Peter King declared that “legal action should be taken against him.” Representative Mike Rogers charges that he is a thief who sells stolen material. The New Republic published a piece alleging that he has a nefarious, secret agenda. Why this unique effort to discredit him in particular?

Countless American journalists have published classified documents in the modern era. All were paid for their work, and in a world with Bob Woodward, it’s unlikely that Greenwald has been paid the most for revelations of classified material. Greenwald isn’t even unique in writing about secrets stolen by Snowden, or in being paid as a freelancer for his work upon the publication of those articles. Nor has Greenwald authored the Snowden articles denounced most bitterly by the national-security establishment. That distinction goes to the talented Barton Gellman.  

So what is different about Greenwald?

Read more. [Image: Reuters]

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