Tweet I’m processing (that’s a euphemism for “paying”) bills, which is hogging a ridiculous amount of the space in my head. Nevertheless, there are three things I wanted to bring to your attention. First, you’ve probably heard already that Obama, as part of his proposal to cut military spending, is slashing military health benefits, even [...]
Tag Archive 'WikiLeaks'
Tweet A lot of what came out in Wikileaks was, essentially, gossip and speculation. Some of what came out, however, was hard, dangerous fact — such as the State Department’s gathering information about vulnerable American sites around the world, sites now known to anyone who reads Wikileaks. Deroy Murdock writes about one other hard fact: [...]
Tweet I have been, I suppose, almost remarkably silent about the whole wikileaks fiasco. The data drop is of such enormous proportions, it’s actually difficult for me to process all the implications. I have, however, got a laundry list in mind of some conclusions to be drawn and some of the things it means, which [...]
Tweet I haven’t had time (nor do I have the will) to pay close attention to the myriad revelations in the Wikileaks documents. My overall sense, though, is that, fact-wise, there is nothing new here — or, at least, nothing new to those of us paying attention. All of us at Bookworm Room have known [...]
WikiLeaks: Everything you always wanted to know about the New York Times, but thought might make you sick
Tweet If you haven’t already, please read Steve Schippert’s guest post on this blog about the animating anti-American forces driving WikiLeaks. If you don’t have time to click on over, here’s the money quote: Wikileaks is a small cabal of people who, in their own site description, “Publishes and comments on leaked documents alleging government [...]