Office of Director of National Intelligence Key among the findings of the independent forensic investigations is the conclusion that the DNC data was copied onto a storage device at a speed that far exceeds an Internet capability for a remote hack. Of equal importance, the forensics show that the copying was performed on the East coast of the U.
Email Print When Russia moved into the Ukraine and seized Crimea init got more than its share of bad media coverage in the United States, as it did when it intervened in Syria the next year.
Imagine the outraged front-page and top-of-the-news overviews we would be getting more than a decade and a half later when it came to that never-ending Russian global war and the rubblethe chaosthe dead and displaced it continued to create. In official Washington, the protests would be savage, the language harsh beyond imagining, the critiques unyielding and fierce.
There would be blistering assessments of that nation as it continued to pursue such disintegrative wars across vast stretches of the planet without the slightest indication that their end was anywhere in sight.
A Military Historysuggests today, is that in the press, the rest of the media, and official Washington, such overviews, such critiques, such assessments are almost completely absent, even though everything about the above description remains on target -- except, of course, for the name of the country pursuing that global war so relentlessly and disastrously.
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Others are consigned to page A17 on Saturday morning. And some topics receive more attention than others.
In recent years, comprehensive coverage of issues touching on diversity, sexuality, and the status of women has become a Times hallmark.
At the Times and more than a few other media outletshe has induced a form of mania, with his daily effusion of taunts, insults, preposterous assertions, bogus claims, and decisions made, then immediately renounced, all reported in masochistic detail.
In the meantime, other issues of equal or even greater importance -- I would put climate change in this category -- receive no more than sporadic or irregular coverage. The point of this admittedly unsolicited memo is not to urge the Times to open a bureau in Terre Haute or in the rapidly melting Arctic.
Nor am I implying that the paper should tone down its efforts to dismantle the hetero-normative order, empower women, and promote equality for transgender persons.
That issue is the normalization of armed conflict, with your writers, editors, and editorial board having tacitly accepted that, for the United States, war has become a permanent condition.
Let me stipulate that the Times does devote an impressive number of column-inches to the myriad U. Stories about deployments, firefightsairstrikessieges, and casualties abound. Readers can count on the Times to convey the latest White House or Pentagon pronouncements about the briefly visible light at the end of some very long tunnel.
And features describing the plight of veterans back from the war zone also appear with appropriate and commendable frequency.
So anyone reading the Times for a week or a month will have absorbed the essential facts of the case, including the following: This conglomeration of circumstances, I submit, invites attention to several first-order questions to which the Times appears stubbornly oblivious.
These questions are by no means original with me. Sulzberger may I call you A. Yet in the higher reaches of mainstream journalism they remain sadly neglected, with disastrous practical and moral implications.
The key point is that when it comes to recent American wars, the Times offers coverage without perspective. Lots of dots, few connections. The Times would never depict Russian military actions in the Crimea, eastern Ukraine, and Syria, along with its cyber-provocations, as somehow unrelated to one another.
Yet it devotes remarkably little energy to identifying any links between what U. Crudely put, the central question that goes not only unanswered but unasked is this: What the hell is going on?Section 11(c) of the OSH Act prohibits an employer from discriminating against an employee because the employee reports an injury or illness.
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