Tag Archives: Glenn Greenwald

Glenn Greenwald: Our First Amendment Barometer

Glenn Greenwald is the intrepid journalist that was contacted by Edward Snowden last summer to disclose the fact that the NSA is accessing large swaths of data- from within the US and without- by harvesting massive amounts of information shared … Continue reading

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Addendum to Aren’t Religion and Politics both to Blame for the War on Terror

Thanks to Glenn Greenwald sharing my piece in one of his recent columns, I’ve received a lot of thoughtful insight, critiques, and opinions from a variety of readers, concerning my analysis of the “Terrorism Debate” that he, Murtaza Hussain, Sam … Continue reading

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Aren’t Religion and Politics Both to Blame for War on Terror?

Glenn Greenwald, Murtaza Hussain, Andrew Sullivan, Sam Harris, and others have been debating, rather vehemently recently, the subject of terrorism. The primary rift between them is whether or not the violent acts of Muslim extremists are motivated by religion or … Continue reading

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Follow Up To Obama’s Attempts to Conceal the Truth In Yemen

A follow up to yesterday’s post concerning the story by Glenn Greenwald and Jeremy Scahill, concerning civilian deaths at the hands of US airstrikes in Yemen, and the attempted coverup by the Obama Administration and Yemeni government, which led to the imprisonment … Continue reading

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Obama’s Efforts to Suppress The Truth In Yemen

Outstanding journalism by Glenn Greenwald of Salon.com and Jeremy Scahill of The Nation, exposing the injustice being exacted on Yemeni reporter Abdulah Haider Shaye, as he remains dubiously imprisoned in Yemen, as a result of President Obama urging former Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh to rescind … Continue reading

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