Rootkits and Bootkicks
Secret installations, false and misleading assurances, lack of appreciation of the consequences? What else does the CIA and Sony BMG have in common? Sony has been stealthily installing hidden software on PCs while the CIA has been stealthily setting up secret installations to interrogate detainees without oversight or within established acceptable treatment. The CIA's "black sites" and Sony's XCP rootkits should inspire trust in both government and the private sector. -- November 16, 2005
The Resurrection of Rosa
So, finally, did New York Times reporter, Judith Miller, speak about her role in the outing of CIA operative Valerie Plame, convincing herself that the First Amendment martyrdom that surrounds her plight (and the positioning of her in this role by The New York Times) remains her angle, even though she essentially violated the principle she claims to have upheld. With the death of Rosa Parks, America needs a new martyr, and who better than Judith Miller?
Reality Blows
With shills pretending to be journalists, columnists pretending to be psychologists, celebrities pretending to be doctors, drug addicts masquerading as cowboys, mothers trying to be daughters, bitches in bow ties and babies in bedrooms, we have reached a point where no one knows who the hell they are anymore, what role they should be playing or what the hell they should be doing. -- June 30, 2005
Valerie Blame
Karl Rove had spoken with at least one reporter about Valerie Plame's role at the C..I.A., although, we're supposed to buy, without identifying her by name, a few days before the columnist Robert D. Novak identified her in a column and for which Judith Miller languishes in jail. Otherwise, rest assured the President will follow up his promise to rid his Administration of the source of the leak. -- July 11th, 2005
 
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