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Corporate Personhood, Qui Tam & Obama (Un)Wittingly Shores Up Snowden

Qui Tam reminds me of Tae Kwan Do. The name is Latin, not Korean, and it’s pronounced Kwee Tahm, not to be confused with quinoa (kinwah), which is from an indigenous South American language.  So practice your K’s and know … Continue reading

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Surveillance State Reform? Obama Sabotaging the Saboteurs

In the New York Times, Charlie Savage calls attention to the problem with Obama’s so-called reform of the surveillance state.  He captures it between a couple of innocuous dashes: “— if approved by Congress —.”  Now we need the ellipsis, since (hello) this ain’t going to … Continue reading

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