ALG's Daily Grind - Media shield law is anything but


March 25, 2014

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Media shield law is anything but
Upcoming Senate vote on legislation won't apply to Glenn Greenwald or "any person or entity — whose principal function, as demonstrated by the totality of such person or entity's work, is to publish primary source documents that have been disclosed to such person or entity without authorization."

Cartoon: In case of world crisis, break glass
As the world burns, Obama hits the links.

Philadelphia District Attorney: Integrity in Government
When Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams had enough of the normal Pennsylvania political games where the Democratic Party Attorney General refused to prosecute fellow Democrats caught in a payola scheme, he publicly called her to task in an OpEd published in the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Fourth anniversary of Obamacare brings billions in costs to economy
American Action Forum report: "After four years of implementation, countless delays, a website disaster, and constant litigation, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) celebrates its inauspicious birthday this week. From a regulatory perspective, the law has imposed more than $27.2 billion in total private sector costs, $8 billion in unfunded state burdens, and more than 159 million paperwork hours on local governments and affected entities."