Kickstart a new song about government spying

I launched a Kickstarter project to record my next song: an electro-house dance track with lyrics about NSA and FBI spying.

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.

In the wind (October 2013)

My time
remaining
as me
beckons
slipping
every instant
to be more
infintessimal

Late December 2013 radio interviews

I had a series of radio interviews in late December on various facets of the NSA spying controversy.

Dueling judicial rulings on NSA Spying, and why they don’t matter

I published an article this morning about a pair of recent "Dueling judicial rulings on NSA spying, and why they don't matter" on the People's Blog for the Constitution and FireDogLake, as well as Huffington Post

Sitting (February 2009)

Moments grasped
with longing
outstretched fingers
from the blur 

in all directions 
of a life lived fully 

Beyond the NSA: other agencies spy on you, too

Today, Truthout published my writing about domestic surveillance by agencies beyond the NSA, focusing on the FBI. The People's Blog for the Constitution posted an extended version with links to further background, and a second part in the series explores other agencies beyond even the NSA and FBI.

Tailwind (January 1998)

My feet, it appears, can step nowhere wrong.
Something is guiding my actions.
Floating on destiny’s tide, I ride,
driven by winds I can’t feel or hear.

Fate pulls my strings like a wry puppeteer,
making me dance a cute jig.
The marionette must convey what I feel,
for whatever I, the puppet, desire,

appears on the stage,
a wonder itself.

All things come to those who wait,
or those who see fit to give in,
letting What lies without lie within,
putting the strings in Its hands.

Discovering My Id (August 2001)

Somewhere deep inside
the enigmatic depths
of the feeble human mind
in which our selves are hidden

is a Mollusk
a slitherous
cute little cuddly thing
that lays at the root
of our personalities

It watches, and learns
It’s skittish, elusive
visceral
primordial
pre-civilizational

completely obscured
from our conscious attention
a symbiotic parasite
intertwined with our souls

Constitutional Catastrophe: The NDAA vs. the Bill of Rights

The summer 2012 edition of the Public Interest Law Reporter includes a feature article (available as a downloadable PDF file) drawn from my keynote at the Loyola University School of Law symposium I addressed that spring.

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