Some Americans view Edward Snowden as a heroic information warrior who exposed abuses of the National Security Agency, while others say he’s a criminal responsible for putting the lives of many U.S. operatives in jeopardy.
On the first Monday of each January after the inauguration of a new president, there is a secret meeting of editors of influential newspapers at which no notes are taken and no words are spoken to anyone outside of the group. All who attend are sworn to secrecy.
President Obama this morning tweaked his tepid sanctions against Russia for swiping Crimea from Ukraine before jetting to Florida for a pep talk to college students in Orlando and then heading for Miami to raise cash for dispirited Democrats before returning to Washington tonight.
There is nothing wrong with the National Security Agency stealing or subverting encrypted material or stockpiling the data of American citizens, according to Vice Admiral Michael Rogers, who is Obama’s choice to lead the spy agency. Big Brother knows best.
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