Headlines—Greenwald explains how Ed Snowden got to him; the ugly truth about Dallas’s paper on 50th anniversary of the Kennedy assassination; establishment to fact-check establishment pundits; Patriot Act Author now hates his handiwork; new movie fiction on Boston bombing; permanent climate change mid-century; some blunt talk about failed drug policy

newspaper_bwInterview with Glenn Greenwald  Some surprising items from the muckraking columnist on security and civil liberties issues, including inside details on his deailings with Edward Snowden

How the Dallas Morning News Helped Dallas Become the City of Hate  From Dallas’s alternative weekly, some brutal truth about the city’s long-dominant daily, which is still cranking out propaganda and fiction

New Politifact Service Will Factcheck Pundits  But the MSM and its constituent “research” entities are themselves so compromised and afraid of controversy, raising the question: How can they objectively “factcheck” others?

Patriot Act Author Now Moves to Limit Consequences of Act  Will there be any accountability for those who created the problem in the first place and are now rushing to get ahead of the parade in the opposite direction?

New Movie on Boston Marathon Bombing Rubbishy Boston Bombing movie to complement rubbishy JFK and other movies. Are accurate movies against the law?

Studies Predict New Climate by Mid-Century   Interested in what’s “hot”? Try the world….

Drug policy reform groundbreaker Ethan Nadelmann on the failure of the drug war


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    Russ Baker is Editor-in-Chief of WhoWhatWhy. He is an award-winning investigative journalist who specializes in exploring power dynamics behind major events.

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