On at least one issue (but probably more than that), exiled American journalist Glenn Greenwald and the Iranian Government are completely simpatico. Both seized on the Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris as an opportunity to showcase anti-Semitic cartoons. Last month, Greenwald tried to “commission two or three cartoonists to create cartoons that mock Judaism and …
Adam Kredo, who has been with the Washington Free Beacon since its launch in February 2012, was stripped of his lunch privileges on Thursday. From now on, he will only be allowed to consume food in his office if the door is closed, and must have all of his food choices pre-approved by Free Beacon chairman Michael Goldfarb.
His forfeiture of these privileges—granted to those who have been with the organization for at least one year and demonstrated a profound regard for American values and armed intervention—was the culmination of months of vicious rows with Goldfarb, editor Matthew Continetti, the entire Free Beacon staff, and our owners in the Taiwanese military high command.
Vladimir Putin’s aggressive campaign to undermine American freedom is playing out right before our eyes. On the same day that presumed Russian operative Edward Snowden petitioned the Kremlin to extend his “temporary” asylum, Snowden associate and U.S. tax-evader Glenn Greenwald published another batch of illegally leaked intelligence documents. Leading pundits picked up the story: