Archived posts from category ‘Politics’

20.08.12
Code Pink Flames Axe

It’s finally happened. I got flamed by Code Pink, the fringe anti-war group famous for … well, wearing pink and being annoying. Tony Blome from Code Pink’s San Francisco operations wrote to scold me for my recent Wired article “Hidden History: America’s Secret Drone War in Africa,” in which I detailed drone operations over Somalia since 2007.

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09.08.12
Slate‘s Dave Weigel: THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE ‘Funny, Sad’

Ace political reporter Dave Weigel at Slate interviews Corey Hutchins and I about our graphic novel THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE.

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04.08.12
Rachel Maddow Calls THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE ‘Cool’

by DAVID AXE MSNBC host Rachel Maddow says our “cool” Alvin Greene comic THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE is “sitting on my night table.” Watch Maddow praise the comic in this clip.

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03.08.12
THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE = “Breezy”

Charleston City Paper reviews THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE.

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20.07.12
THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE a ‘Masterpiece’

The Daily Caller calls our Alvin Greene comic book a “masterpiece”:

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11.07.12
Free Times on THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE

Rodney Welch at Free Times reviews THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE.

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11.07.12
Jasper on THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE

Jasper reviews THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE.

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09.07.12
THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE ‘More than a Funny Book with Pictures’

A great review of THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE by Thornwell Simons.

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26.06.12
Matt Bors on THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE

Matt Bors reviews THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE.

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20.06.12
Alvin Greene Comic = “Innovative Chronicle of S.C. Political Drama”

From the Palmetto Public Record.

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19.06.12
Corey Hutchins on THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE

My co-author Corey Hutchins discusses our new book THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE: THE RISE AND FALL OF ALVIN GREENE on Pub Politics, a popular S.C. podcast.

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07.06.12
Danger Room: Check Out This Giant Spy Blimp Before the Air Force Kills It

ELIZABETH CITY, NORTH CAROLINA — Down the road from the Coast Guard air station, past the copse of oak trees, surrounded by fields of leafy collard greens, in a 1,000-foot-long steel hangar built during World War II here in coastal North Carolina, the unlikely dream of an upstart military contractor is about to be literally deflated. In the hangar’s musty gloom, underneath rafters where countless birds perch and spatter the concrete floor 200 feet below with their waste, a 370-foot-long, ultra-high-tech surveillance airship floats just a foot off the ground, tethered to Earth by three metal cables each weighing three tons.

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