Category Archives: Surveillance

Meet Your New Warmongery Overlords

A brief overview of the U.S. Senate’s incoming freshman class’ foreign policy views is not pretty. Even those newly elected senators who seem to indicate some skepticism of foreign military intervention and a willingness to cut military spending couch their … Continue reading

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“Surveillance is Useful and Also Threatening”

by Joe Scarry, from Scarry Thoughts I was reuniting with high school friends last week. One of them is now a principal in a suburban elementary school. He loves his work — and I can’t think of a better person … Continue reading

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