Tuesday, April 15th, 2014
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The Lone Protester At The Pulitzer Announcement

Cliff Kincaid, President of America's Survival Inc., outside the Columbia School of Journalism following the announcement of the 2014 Pulitzer Prize winners. Kincaid peppered outgoing Pulitzer administrator Sig Gissler during the question period over the awarding of The Guardian and The Washington Post in the Public Service category, for their revelation of widespread secret surveillance by the National Security Agency involving leaked documents by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden. "It was really sad. It was a disgraceful day for journalism," said Kincaid.

Pulitzer Prize Administrator Sig Gissler answering questions following the announcement of the 2014 winners. Concluding a barrage of questions regarding the awarding of The Guardian and The Washington Post in the Public Service category for their revelation of widespread secret surveillance by the National Security Agency involving leaked documents by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, when asked how he thought the prize's founder would respond to the selection, Gissler said: "I'm going to draw the line on channeling Joseph Pulitzer."

Natalie McMullen is a street photographer, culture critic and food writer. She is an archivist of the resonant, a nerdy polisher of words, and a lifelong scholar on love and relationships. She is currently resident photographer at The Awl.

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Ralph Haygood (#13,154)

I hope the NSA is paying him. I'd hate to think he's shilling for them out of mere jingoism. After all, they're rolling in money – our tax dollars at work! – so there's no reason for their shills to go unpaid.

Citizen Y-Z [A] (#270,846)

Is it according to human law? fighting corruption and uplifting the law? Well, good on him. He's not alone. Far from it. Would be more accurate to say that he is with 'everyone", than to say that he is alone. [The scope, the better the hypothesis]

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