Michael Gurnow’s “The Edward Snowden Affair”

February 17, 2015 Jennifer Williams 0

Michael Gurnow is a former literature and pre-law professor whose linguistic training was overseen by an active NSA language analyst. A noted environmentalist and film critic whose work Pulitzer-recipient Roger Ebert called “very admirable,” Gurnow’s award-winning writing—which spans such topics […]

NSA, FBI Spying on these Muslim-American Leaders

July 9, 2014 Albert N. Milliron 0

The National Security Agency and FBI have covertly monitored the emails of prominent Muslim-Americans—including a political candidate and several civil rights activists, academics, and lawyers—under secretive procedures intended to target terrorists and foreign spies. According to documents provided by NSA […]

Has SXSW become a Leftist Love Fest?

March 7, 2014 Albert N. Milliron 0

South by South Left: SXSW Honors Chelsea Clinton, Assange, Snowden and an Abortionist One of the more depressing truths of contemporary society is contained in “O’Sullivan’s First Law,” from British conservative journalist John O’Sullivan: “All organizations that are not actually […]

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Like Angry Birds? So does the NSA

January 27, 2014 Albert N. Milliron 0

The National Security Agency and its UK counterpart GCHQ have been developing capabilities to take advantage of “leaky” smartphone apps, such as the wildly popular Angry Birds game, that transmit users’ private information across the internet, according to top secret […]