The little people are important. Be they the ones that wash your clothes. Scrub your toilets. Trim your trees. Or operate your giant secret spying apparatus. What they do is important.
Even if you don't think so because they will never join you at the "club" to drink cocktails and discuss how you can make your stocks grow with that choice insider information.
If there had not been Republicans determined to punish America for electing a Black man president we may have never know how our Bill of Rights had been shredded.
Edward has said he took his final government contracting job with Booz Allen Hamilton in Hawaii to gain access to sensitive NSA information. But his father said Edward told him that his previous contracting job had been eliminated because of the federal budget sequestration.
As if the big, bad sequester wasn’t already playing the mustache-twirling villain — blamed for just about every woe around — it turns out that the across-the-board-cuts are also responsible for that darned massive leak of government secrets that’s got everyone so hot and bothered.
In our colleague Jerry Markon’s interview with Lon Snowden, the father of NSA leaker Edward Snowden, the senior Snowden says it was the sequester that led his son to take the private-sector contracting job that allowed him access to the secret NSA data that he would ultimately make public.