Of “natural born Citizens” and “Citizens at birth” and Basic Logic: Trees are plants but not all plants are trees. “natural born Citizens (NBC)” are “Citizens at birth (CAB)” but not all “CAB” are “NBC”!.
Uploaded on 10 June 2013 by RTAmerica : Members of Congress are calling for investigations and the prosecution of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. But, do Snowden’s leaks also reveal that intelligence officials have been routinely misleading Congress on the size and scope of the NSA’s domestic spying operations? RT Political Commentator Sam Sacks reports. (via www.blogdogcicle.blogspot.com )
Whistleblowing reflects doing the right thing. It exposes wrongdoing. It does so because it matters.
Edward Joseph Snowden follows a noble tradition. Others before him established it. Daniel Ellsberg called his NSA leak the most important in US history. More on him below.
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Ever since the release of the April employment report on May 3 – which came in better than the market expected, as evidenced by the big sell-off in U.S. Treasuries that ensued – all anyone has been talking about is the dreaded “taper.”
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The “shocking” local variation in early death rates was exposed today by Health Secretary and ConservativeHome cub-reporter Jeremy Rhyminge-Slang
The “shocking” local variation in early death rates has been exposed by Jeremy to drive his public awareness up and boost his career as PPP’s main secret agent in the Coalition Government, reporting to her Ladyship Baroness Frunt-Bottomley
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Like Al Capone’s ruthless gang of bootleggers before their fateful brush with the legendary lawman Elliot Ness, today’s banking executives believe they can flout pretty much every law without the slightest fear of sanction. And judging by the number of convictions meted out to senior bankers in the wake of the global crisis they almost single-handedly caused, their sense of hubris and impunity seems entirely justified.
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