Of the 41 Prism images made available to the Guardian and the Washington Post, those two papers have published only four. As Mother Jones
Given this, it would be helpful if the two of them wrote a little bit more about why they decided to hold back the bulk of the PRISM slides. If nothing else, it certainly suggests that they disagree with Snowden's judgment, and that's newsworthy all by itself.
On a second note, could Snowden really not find anyone who would publish the full PowerPoint deck? That's hard to believe.
Ed, if you're reading this, here's the deal: Just upload that stuff to one of those free online storage thingies, send me the URL, and I WILL publish the suckers
. In toto. No questions asked.
In case you're curious, Ed -- Cannonfire's biggest scoop remains the "Bush bulge," as seen during the 2004 Bush/Kerry debates. Back then, I was getting 100,000 hits a day. This
story may be even bigger.
C'mon, Ed. The sheer weirdness of publishing those documents in this humble forum must appeal to you.