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The collapse of our democratic institutions began long before the arrival of Trump, who is capitalizing on the evisceration of the rule of law. TD ORIGINALSCHRIS HEDGES April/May 2019 Creeping Toward Tyranny by CHRIS HEDGES MAY 06, 2019 The collapse of our democratic institutions began long before the arrival of Trump, who is capitalizing on the evisceration […]
…the problem goes far beyond Donald Trump. The classification system in the Unites States is a mess.
It’s Time to Nationalize the Internet To counter the FCC’s attack on net neutrality, we need to start treating the Internet like the public good it is. Network cables are plugged in a server room on November 10, 2014 in New York City. U.S. President Barack Obama called on the Federal Communications Commission to implement […]
For over 14 years, CCR has insisted that no one is above the law, no matter how exalted their role.
The FBI’s ongoing, long-term incompetence has led to the deaths of far too many Americans. San Bernardino and Orlando are only the beginning. If the FBI can’t do its job, if its only counterterrorism successes are when it entraps hapless idiots who don’t know any better and who never had any intention of committing a terrorist act, it should be scrapped.
By Timothy Villareal January 3, 2014 Tikkun.org In 2002, then-F.B.I. agent Coleen Rowley appeared on the cover of Time magazine, along with two corporate whistleblowers, as Time’s Persons of the Year. Earlier in 2002, Rowley, then chief legal counsel in the F.B.I.’s Minneapolis bureau, gained headlines for writing a memo to F.B.I. Director Robert Mueller documenting […]
Coleen Rowley: Ten years after Iraq Preemption, from wars to detention to drone strikes, lacks justification, draws retaliation. COLEEN ROWLEY Updated: March 2, 2013 – 4:42 PM StarTribune.com . FBI agent Coleen Rowley in 2003. Photo: Janet Hostetter, Associated Press Ten years ago, I made the ultimately futile effort of writing to FBI Director Robert Mueller […]
Invasive provisions about to expire haven’t made us safer By Coleen Rowley and Philip Leggiere The Washington Times, Monday April 25, 2011 In little more than a month [now in one week−May 27, the editors], three of the 160 provisions of the notorious Patriot Act are set to expire. While federal officials have claimed that Congress must […]