“There has been intense focus on the technology of remote killing, but that often serves as a surrogate for what should be a broader examination of the state’s power over life and death.” We have a new whistleblower. And this time, by way of The Intercept, we get an inside look at how war is waged by drone: The Drone Papers. From the move to remote-controlled warfare to the ethics to the fact that many soldiers fight all day and then go home for dinner each evening, the use of military drones is the most fascinating story in America today.