All Further Articles for 2010-10-21

Thursday, October 21, 2010
Persons On The Inside
With Wikileaks set to release the largest cache ever of secret documents, the Army is scrambling to play catch-up. Along with readying over 100 analysts, they've updated their rulebook on SAEDA - Subversion and Espionage Directed Against the Army - to include classified leaks, and they may revive a lame Bosnia-era training cartoon, unearthed by Gawke r, to re-enforce their message: "The Army's stuff - you got it, they want it."
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Emptying the Room, Tearing Down the Wall
University of Michigan students walked out of a speech by an Israeli soldier in a potent, silent protest Wednesday. No news coverage: How many more unheralded actions unfold daily?
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Sleep With Dogs, Get Foxy Anti-Muslim Fleas
NPR has fired longtime news analyst Juan Williams after he told Bill O'Reilly on yet another Fox News appearance that he too wasn't sure about Muslims which is why he gets "nervous" when he sees them on airplanes. NPR said his comments were "inconsistent with our editorial standards."
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Breaking News: Abstinence Doesn't Work So Hot
A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) finds big regional disparities in teen pregnancy rates, with the lowest in states that offer comprehensive sex education and the highest in states - Arkansas, Mississippi, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma - that stress abstinence. What a shocker.
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