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Edward Snowden; a Traitor or a Bill of Rights Preservationist?

As you read this be sure to recall that Bob Woodward received “secret” info from FBI Agent Mark Felt that ultimately won him a Pulitzer Prize and today walks about with near legendary status.

It was recently announced that both columnist Glen Greenwald (issued in the name of the Guardian, the publishers of his work) and Bart Gellman (of the Washington Post) received Pulitzer’s for articles written using information sourced from Snowden’s alleged release of so-called “national security secrets.” But yet, juxtaposing the two separate events, Mark Felt vs. Ed Snowden, we’ve yet to filter Snowden’s actions in a manner far less provocative, however far more critically necessary, than those queried by Woodward.

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