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Post  News Hawk on Sat Jun 08, 2013 5:10 am

AP reports...

...possibly leading to a Pulitzer Prize...

"The Guardian newspaper, which started publishing in the English city of Manchester in 1821 and is now based in London, has in the last two days established a major presence in Washington by uncovering the vast scope of secret surveillance operations carried out by U.S. officials. The revelations have put President Barack Obama and his national security team on the defensive with reports of government snooping on a comprehensive scale..."

And just in time to help with the election of a Marxist President:

...Domestic surveillance earned a Pulitzer Prize for the New York Times in 2006...

So America gets defeated in its own back yard:

"Glenn Greenwald — a lawyer turned journalist, blogger and commentator for the Guardian — broke the news Wednesday that the NSA had collected the telephone records of millions of U.S. customers of the telecom giant Verizon under a recent secret court order.

A Day Late, And A Dollar Short...

A day later, the Washington Post's Barton Gellman weighed in on the existence of another secret NSA program — codenamed PRISM — that reportedly gave the U.S. government direct access to the systems of Google, Facebook, Apple and other US internet giants,

...he paper's surveillance stories have made it a serious player on the U.S. scene...

"It is doing something that traditional mainstream outlets in the States failed to do," he said. "So it beats the might of American journalism in its own backyard."

—Associated Press writer Cassandra Vinograd contributed from London.

But you can always surf through channels and get all the news—right?


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