A quickie political post

Iran's foreign minister Javad Zarif schools Republicans on the U.S. Constitution and exactly how much their letter mattered to them (~900 shares as of this moment): "in our view, this letter has no legal value and is mostly a propaganda ploy." Oh, and he also tweeted it at them. "His first tweet in 75 days," notices Washington Examiner's David M. Drucker. "Damn. I mean... damn," reacts WaPo's Daniel Drezner after reading. Also, welcome to The Return of the Clinton Media Persecution Complex. Donna Edwards is officially running for Sen. Barbara Mikulski's seat. Politico reports that "the man who won’t use email is responsible for regulating how Americans use the Internet." A WSJ poll reveals the wide-open field has divided the GOP while Hillary seems "a foregone conclusion." In Israel, Isaac Herzog emerges as a credible challenge to Netanyahu.

In clashes between security and technology (sec/tech?), the CIA is trying to steal Apple's secrets, the Secret Service tests out disrupting drones, and the NSA is spying on Wikipedia.

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