Former Vice President Dick Cheney on Sunday said that NSA leaker Edward Snowden is a “traitor” and that he is suspicious of the leaker’s motivations.
Chronicling a legend is a daunting task. You don’t want to disappoint your audience, but you also want to portray a life in all of its complexity. Michael J. Mooney in ‘The Life and Legend of Chris Kyle’ performs admirably but often succumbs to hero worship. His Chris Kyle is all legend, all super man.
It was tough choosing between “Ecofeminist Ecosocialism in Action: Perspective on Contemporary Movements for a Planet Beyond Capitalism” and “Sarte Re-visited in a Time of Crisis,” two of the highlights of the 2013 Left Forum. But somehow I managed.
The most intimidating man on Massachusetts Avenue laid a wreath at the feet of the goddess of Democracy.
Edward Snowden, who illegally leaked classified information about a National Security Agency intelligence gathering program to a British newspaper last week, had ample legal channels to report what he felt were illegal or improper activities.