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“Countrywide Whistle-Blower to Receive More Than $57 Million”

Take this rah-rah piece of news from the New York Times in conjunction with the sad story of Tatiana Cheeks − who sued New York City for wrongful arrest and malicious prosecution and was awarded by a Bronx jury $2 … Continue reading

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I met both Sandy Rubenstein and Jeffrey Sterling, two men in the news

There are days when remnants of my earlier exciting careers show up in the newspapers. Sometimes it’s a tidbit, or an obit. But sometimes the news is significant. This past week two men I met, separately, while I was in … Continue reading

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“Why the NSA Story Is the Wrong Fight for Civil Libertarians”

This, from the Washington Spectator, is the best, most rational discussion I have seen on the Edward Snowden case. They stripped all the righteous media and political hysteria — and our sadly institutionalized paranoia — out of it and brought the story … Continue reading

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