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Pictures at an Inauguration

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Katrina story drives traffic up 400%

My posting last night about the FBI infiltration of Common Ground, the New Orleans-based humanitarian/solidarity organization, drove traffic up on my website from about 60 hits a day on January 6 to more than 550 on the 7th. Most of … Continue reading

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FBI spied on Katrina activists

In 2005 I spent nearly six weeks in New Orleans writing about the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and the Common Ground collective, an amazing group of street and health-care activists who came together to provide solidarity and humanitarian support to … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays!

To all my readers, whether you’re a friend, colleague, comrade, fan of my book, intelligence officer, contractor or “government employee,” I hope you have a wonderful holiday and that 2009 brings you (and the rest of the world) some peace … Continue reading

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“The Whore Factor”

Your’s truly is quoted in Rolling Stone, by the magazine’s political reporter Matt Tabibi. Even stranger, however, is the fact that [John] Brennan used to head the Intelligence and National Security Alliance, or INSA, in independent nonprofit “research center” which … Continue reading

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