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Ted Rall

  1. Cuz terrorists

    A federal court has ordered the Obama Administration to release secret videos showing force-feedings of Guantanamo hunger strikers. Could one of the highlights of these images include IVs being jammed into a detainee's penis?

    By Ted Rall , written on

    From the News desk

  2. Bipartisanship on NSA spying: Both parties agree not to stop it

    The USA Freedom Bill was presented as a means to rein in some of the NSA's privacy violations. But when the Obama Administration asked nicely, a bipartisan coalition of Democrats and Republicans agreed to make the reform toothless and thus worthless. Who said bipartisanship was dead in Washington?

    By Ted Rall , written on

    From the News desk

  3. The Drone Memo's author should be in jail. Instead, he'll be a judge

    Conservatives say, and this is one of their more successful memes, that poor people are immoral. The proles have sex and kids out of wedlock and expect us (i.e., upstanding middle- and upper-class patriots) to pay for them. They steal Medicare and cheat on welfare. They don't follow The Rules (rules written by, let's just say, not them). Which makes them Bad.

    By Ted Rall , written on

    From the News desk

  4. NSA spying vs. Chinese spying: Why we are not hypocrites

    The United States government claims that there's a distinction between the NSA's wholesale collection of information by and about individuals and governments overseas, versus the Chinese army unit charged with industrial espionage against American companies.

    By Ted Rall , written on

    From the News desk

  5. Michael Kinsley's review of Glenn Greenwald's book is the worst thing The NYT Book Review has ever run

    Michael Kinsley's review of the new Glenn Greenwald book is the worst thing The New York Times Book Review has ever run.

    By Ted Rall , written on

    From the News desk

  6. China calls the US a "Mincing Rascal." China is so right

    Chinese state media is slagging the U.S. as a "mincing rascal" and "high-level hooligan" in response to federal hacking charges filed against five members of the People's Liberation Army's Unit 61398.

    By Ted Rall , written on

    From the News desk

  7. Pat Sajak and a manifesto for allowing people to be their own stupid selves on Twitter

    If a blog is, in the words of my friend the film critic Cole Smithey, "a column without the responsibility," a tweet must be something yet more trifling. Off the cuff. Unvarnished. Unfiltered. A revolution is not a dinner party and a tweet is not a political platform.

    By Ted Rall , written on

    From the News desk

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