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The Endless Cycle of War and Surveillance

Mass surveillance in the United States precedes the War on Terror. Nevertheless, since Edward Snowden’s leaks, it is terrorism that is marshalled as the ultimate threat by government officials and compliant media outlets to justify the need for mass surveillance. 440 more words

Martemucci vs. Alexander

OK, that title is an exaggeration.  But they have recently presented vastly differing viewpoints on the dangers our nation faces via cyber attacks.

Col. Mateo Martemucci, USAF, soon to join the Joint Chiefs in DC, is our top military guy in cybersecurity.  911 more words

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Evangel, Albany hearing resolved

Evangel is now accepting donations to have its scoreboard revamped following Wednesday’s Louisiana High School Athletic Association sportsmanship hearing concerning an altercation that occurred at the school in March during the LHSAA Boys’ Class 3A state playoff game with Albany. 345 more words

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Evangel-Albany LHSAA hearing set Wednesday

Several members of the Evangel administration and coaching staff will head to Baton Rouge on Wednesday morning for a Louisiana High School Athletic Association sportsmanship hearing concerning an altercation that arose near the end of a second-round LHSAA Class 3A boys state playoff contest in March at Evangel. 259 more words

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Amateur, professional and academic interactions: A day with the British Entomological and Natural History Society

Towards the end of last year I was asked by Claudia Watts, the President of the British Entomological and Natural History Society http://www.benhs.org.uk/site/?q=node/1 if I would like to be nominated to become a member of their Council. 998 more words

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LHSAA sets hearing for Evangel-Albany

LAKE CHARLES – A Louisiana High School Athletic Association sportsmanship hearing for officials from Evangel Christian Academy and Albany will be held in Baton Rouge on April 6, according to LHSAA investigator Keith Alexander, attending the girls’ Top 28 tournament at Burton Coliseum. 83 more words

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Area coaches fight rising tide of disqualifications

Violent acts during Louisiana high school basketball contests — resulting in a record number of student-athlete disqualifications — are on the rise forcing administrators and coaches across the state to call for a cease and desist. 1,690 more words

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