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Washington Post and Baltimore Sun quote me on NSA spying

On New Years Eve, the Baltimore Sun quoted me in a story about NSA spying that ran in the Washington Post on January 2. The article emphasized the mounting resistance to dragnet surveillance in the states, and efforts in Maryland to prompt the state legislature to turn off the electricity and water on which NSA data centers rely to conduct the Agency's nefarious assault on We the People of the United States.

I said, "Congress has been so abysmally dysfunctional and inactive in the oversight arena for the last 10 years" that "municipal checks and balances are really all that we the people have had an opportunity to exercise."

It's the first time in several years that the Washington Post has printed my comments, which is a great way to start 2014!

Here are links to some other recent media appearances: 

  • On January 2, I did a drivetime morning radio interview with host Sonali Kolhatkur from Uprising Radio on KPFK (Pacifica-Los Angeles) about the latest NSA spying revelations and why the dueling judicial rulings matter less than most observers seem to think.
     
  • On January 1, nationally syndicated radio program Between the Lines on WPKN (Bridgeport, CT) posted an interview by Scott Harris that he recorded over the holidays.
     
  • I also had several radio interviews at the end of December, which I collected in a separate blog post.
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