NSA Reform and Bezos Buys the Post

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At a presidential press conference Friday, President Obama suggests changes to the National Security Agency surveillance policy. With four major categories of reform, he attempts to ease skepticism with an "amend it, don't end it" approach. How did it go over? Jeff Bezos, CEO and founder of Amazon.com announced this week he will buy the Washington Post. Is this the beginning of the end for print journalism, or a breath of fresh air? It's the 68th anniversary of the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Should Obama have used it as an opportunity to talk about Iran or China's nuclear capabilities? (Matthew Continetti brings us the Conservative view.)



Matt Miller's Summer Reading List:

Reza Aslan's Zealot
Peter Schrag's Not Fit for Our Society
John Gray's Straw Dogs
David Wolpe's Why Faith Matters

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