Great, outside-the-box Idea!

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Nov 20, 2005
6:39 PM EDT
I've had a security clearance or two in my time, and I *NEVER* *EVER* came in contact with information that did anything other than bore me. "Aviation Week" always always always accurately reported on everything I knew about. And you can go read that at the library.

Like Ben Franklin once said, "Statistically, real threats are rare, but ambition and corruption are common. Overwhelmingly, the purpose of censorship is not the protection of national security, but the protection of individual careers. That's not ideology, but mathematics. Because there are very, very, few true national secrets, but a huge amounts of information that someone would like to bury for one reason or another."

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