A good work of art, though it may be the product of one person’s experience, is timeless and universal. By that standard, the song “At What a Cost”* by Mark Lentz is, to my mind, a fine work of art. In war, there are always the grand planners at the top, but the actual dirty business has to be carried out by other human beings at the bottom. The price paid by those at the bottom seldom weighs very much in the calculations of the grand planners at the top, and if there is folly in the plans, no one sees it better than those at the bottom.
Susanne Posel, Contributor
Your wireless company is tracking you with GPS, recording your phone calls and text messages . . . and they are selling the information they collect to other corporations, nations, governments – anyone willing to pay for the data. (Read more…) The US government is one of the wireless corporations’ biggest clients. They are collecting yotabytes of data from multiple sources on all American citizens.
Congressman Ed Markey compiled a report with information from numerous cell phone corporations that showed just how much data law enforcement receives from prominent cell phone carriers…
An NYPD cop was busted last night on charges of breaking into his colleagues’ lockers in their station house and stealing guns that were sold on the street, The Post has learned.
Alleged gun-trafficking officer Nicholas Mina, 31, boosted four 9mm firearms from the seventh-floor locker room at the Ninth Precinct in the East Village, a law-enforcement source said yesterday.