Your faithful, wandering writer finds a slice of socialist paradise on the beaches of Denmark. All are welcome at Rosenholm bådelaug — but leave it better than you found it. The latest in my gratitude essay series for Rebel News.
Month: October 2015
ADM, Netherlands: Happy Children Running Free in a Village of Innovation
On a former shipping wharf in greater Amsterdam, a pair of giggling blonde girls are not following the rules. They run wild over the old industrial estate grounds, clambering over a truckbed in the sunlight, reading a dinosaur book on the floor in the middle of a techno concert at night. Some people call ADM a vegan squat, but you can’t call these happy little girls squatters. They were born here. This is a village…
[Read more from the latest in my gratitude essay series at Rebel News.]
Security Fail: Worst-Run Mole Hunt Ever
We are either on the worst-run mole hunt ever, or we’re acting like we want to be. Introducing the newest insider threat tool, DITMAC—the DoD Insider Threat Management Analysis Center. DITMAC ramps up surveillance—raising questions about security, free speech, and information warfare. In my latest surveillance series essay for Rebel News.
Amazon Publishing Rights Yanked, Distraction Ignored
While I was busy continuing to publish on high-level federal law-breaking and documented lying about it, taxpayers paid the IRS to pester Amazon to yank my publishing rights. And they did.
I would research and rewrite the essay I drafted on this ridiculosity… Since writing is how I think sometimes, and this is something to think about.
But focusing on it is a resource drain, and I’m not wasting my precious time. Instead, I’m still busy rewriting my next book. Because it’s in the public interest, and I have my priorities straight.
“Shrinking” the Legacy of U.S. Torture
As I report in my latest surveillance series essay for Rebel News, a new lawsuit targets American psychologists who collaborated in U.S. torture—but some of those collaborators also did positive psychology work that ironically offers a better way forward for security.
Amsterdam, Night—Blood Moons and Bright Spots
The statistics of miracles, the first CIA Inspector General on Operation Ajax, and a firm tug on the sleeve of my country—we have a rule of law problem. In the latest installment of my gratitude essay series, Gratitude with Attitude: Notes from a hacker traveling planet earth.
Shadows of Watergate Still Subverting U.S. Political Process
She wrote from Europe for Rebel News.
In COMPLETELY AND TOTALLY UNRELATED NEWS, Amazon just took my publishing rights.
To Kill A MOCKINGBIRD—Ending CIA Domestic Media Operations
Does Operation MOCKINGBIRD continue under another name, circumventing checks on domestic CIA operations? This matters more today than ever.
Quiet Congressional Polygraph Inquiry Highlights Double Standards
Double-standards in truth-telling, equal opportunity, and national security—in my latest essay at Rebel News.
Measuring the Justice Database
My latest surveillance piece at Rebel News, on Black death in America, bias in science, and hope for a better tomorrow—weighing the pros and cons of the Justice Database.