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Virginia Film Festival: Oliver Stone Revisits “Born on the Fourth of July”

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Oliver Stone explains his anti-war views, making "Born on the Fourth of July," and his latest film on Edward Snowden. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘CITIZENFOUR’

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Have you ever wanted to be a fly on the wall when history was made? CITIZENFOUR gives you that opportunity. Read More »

Snowden’s Leaks Irrelevant in the Long Term


In the long term, espionage doesn't matter. Read More »

Anthem Film Festival – Yes, the NSA is Listening

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Although Snowden garnered all the headlines, he is only one of a string of people who have revealed unconstitutional activities of our nation's spy agencies. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Doctor Who – Terror of the Zygons’


This story may be nearly 40 years old, but it is still relevant today. Read More »

Americans are Protesting the New Surveillance; What Does the Future Hold?


While the Internet has brought new opportunities for free speech, the government grows daily more determined to monitor that very speech. Read More »

Interview with James Stone, Author of ‘Crypto’


"Cryptographics is a field of mathematics devoted to rendering messages unreadable except by a party that has the key to reversing the encryption." Read More »

Edward Snowden: Cog in a Machine


Centuries later, it will still be one damn thing after another. Read More »

It’s Time to Stop Worrying and Learn to Love PRISM


PRISM isn't so much a new program as it is an upgrade of existing initiatives, and I support it. Had it existed 12 years ago, it might even have prevented 9/11. Read More »

Book Review: Tiger Trap: America’s Secret War With China by David Wise

A tiger by the tail. Read More »