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Tom Engelhardt: Murder, He Said, America’s Maestro of Death and Destruction

“Trump has proven to be America’s twenty-first-century maestro of death and destruction, the P.T. Barnum of, as he put it predictively enough in his Inaugural Address, “American carnage.” In fact, he’s been a master of carnage in a way no one could then have imagined.”

Ray McGovern: How to Honor Memorial Day

McGovern: Many of the high-and-mighty delivering the approved speeches on Monday will glibly refer to and mourn “the fallen.” None are likely to mention the culpable policymakers and complicit generals who added to the fresh graves at Arlington National Cemetery and around the country.

Adam Liptak> A High-Tech War on Leaks

A High-Tech War on Leaks By Adam Liptak   February 11, 2012   New York Times In the 1976 film “All the President’s Men,” Robert Redford plays Bob Woodward, who waits for his source in a parking garage.  Warner Bros. Washington BACK in 2006, before the Obama administration made leak prosecutions routine, a panel of three federal […]