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Wilson Dizard is a reporter and photojournalist covering politics, media and culture. He enjoys bicycling. Follow him on Twitter: @willdizard

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Restraining Israeli lobby will need money removed from politics

12 February, 2019

Comment: If you can't fight the lobby, fight the system that created the lobby, writes Wilson Dizard.

Aggressive UAE cyber ops expose ex-NSA hackers

31 January, 2019

Comment: The rise of cyberweapons and cyberwar calls out for rules for their use, writes Wilson Dizard.

Saudi disinformation campaign reveals fear of progressive Muslim congresswomen

13 December, 2018

Comment: The internet is a fertile forum for fear and deception, but it's clear Congress has no idea what to do about it, writes Wilson Dizard.

George HW Bush was bad at being president

03 December, 2018

Comment: Canonising Bush Sr. as a patron saint of long dead bipartisanship and dignity is a mistake, writes Wilson Dizard.

Can democracy survive the internet?

07 November, 2018

Comment: The digital political spectacle is a phenomenon that could prove fatal to democracy in America and beyond, writes Wilson Dizard.

Pittsburgh shooter had Jews, and multiculturalism, in the crosshairs

30 October, 2018

Comment: Bowers' attack on the Tree of Life synagogue wasn't simply anti-semitism put into merciless motion, but a white supremacist's assault on multiculturalism, writes Wilson Dizard.

Look to Israel for a glimpse of future America

25 October, 2018

Comment: American politics is starting to look disturbingly like Israeli hasbara-style politics, writes Wilson Dizard.

Brett Kavanaugh is a threat beyond US borders

05 October, 2018

Comment: Kavanaugh's record shows he interprets the Constitution in a way that gives the president authority to carry out war as he sees fit, writes Wilson Dizard.

McCain's wars helped get Trump elected

28 August, 2018

Comment: John McCain's support for the disastrous war in Iraq allowed Trump to appeal to a sense of anger and defeat, writes Wilson Dizard.

Cyber war laws: Only hope for saving civilian minds

23 July, 2018

Comment: Russian election meddling is evidence that the civilian mind is no longer sovereign, writes Wilson Dizard.

America's cyber civil war rages as migrant families suffer

26 June, 2018

Comment: In the age of Trump, journalism alone can't convince people of concepts like the universal value of human life, writes Wilson Dizard.

Wilson Dizard
Wilson Dizard

Wilson Dizard is a reporter and photojournalist covering politics, media and culture. He enjoys bicycling. Follow him on Twitter: @willdizard

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