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Wednesday’s Picks: Sept 02, 2015

VOLUNTEER!  Do you have skills you’d like to offer? We have all kinds of needs. For more info, visit our Volunteer Page. NOW LIVE ON WhoWhatWhy Is Trump Gambling His Empire With Risky Prez Bid? By Jon Hecht Donald Trump’s success in early primary polls comes from the same focus on personal branding that has built his Read More

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VOLUNTEER!  Do you have skills you’d like to offer? We have all kinds of needs. For more info, visit our Volunteer Page. NOW LIVE ON WhoWhatWhyWhistleblowers File $100 Million Suit against NSA, FBI By Klaus Marre In a $100 million lawsuit that has garnered virtually no public attention, five National Security Agency whistleblowers are accusing the federal Read More

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Whistleblowers File $100 Million Suit against NSA, FBI

In a $100 million lawsuit that has garnered virtually no public attention, five National Security Agency whistleblowers are accusing the federal government of illegally retaliating against them for alerting the NSA and Congress to a waste of taxpayer funds that benefitted a well-connected contractor.

Democracy’s Hackers, Trump’s Evangelicals & The Biggest Bomb Of All: Aug 31, 2015

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Foreigners Could Hack US Elections, Experts Say

When people think of election theft, many assume that means individuals taking measures up to and including the moment that votes are cast. However, experts agree that thanks to the increasing reliance on electronic voting and vote-counting, the very infrastructure itself is also vulnerable — to attacks from the outside. This could include foreign powers pursuing their own agenda.

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