Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Recommended Reading

David Kravets has a lengthy piece over at Wired illustrating how the boogeyman of terrorism is being used as a convenient way to justify some pretty egregious administrative oversights, irrespective of the person/party sitting in the White House. To wit:
FBI agent Kevin Kelley was investigating Muslims in the San Francisco Bay Area in 2004 when he checked the wrong box on a terrorism form, erroneously placing Rahinah Ibrahim on the no-fly list. 
What happened next was the real shame.
To find out what that was, click here.

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