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Wannabe Gov Opposes Nat’l Guard Invading Foreign Nations

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A conservative gubernatorial candidate just says “No” to sending his state’s citizens into undeclared wars.

New Orleans on the Day of the Deluge, Illustrated

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Neufeld’s much-awarded graphic novel chronicles Katrina and its aftermath.

Whistleblowers, Activists Call on Intelligence Peers to Step Forward

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Governments' "public enemies" see secrecy and lawlessness as the enemy.

A Threat to Justice Everywhere

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They should never see the sun again, and die alone.

American Majority Finally Opposes NSA Surveillance

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Jimmy Carter: "America does not at the moment have a functioning democracy."

Benghazi vs The Entire Iraq Debacle

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Congress, the cover-up you should have uncovered is Iraq criminal actions by the Bush Warriors.

Sandra Day O’Connor, J’accuse!

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Let's all remember not to forget Bush v. Gore.

Death by Fiat

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Washington appears ready to fell our Bill of Rights.

Drone Control: Secret Killings Take Center Stage

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From the U.N. to D.C. to Seattle, unmanned surveillance/attack issues unfold.

The Culture of Conspiracy

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If all the world's a stage, who writes the script?

A Farewell to Arms: Kucinich Briefing to Blast Drones Program

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The veteran Congressman is leaving office with a war cry against endless war.

Green on Blue Is Not A Fashion Statement, People

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Attacks on U.S. soldiers by Afghan security forces have steadily and alarmingly increased since 2009.

Big Brother Grows Fatter: House Approves FISA Amendments

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Your Congressmembers want you wiretapped without a warrant. Kucinich, others oppose.

Nobel Winner Tutu Wants Bush, Blair Tried as War Criminals

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But international political process would stifle justice effort.

“Bailout”: A Review of Neil Barofsky’s Boiling Book

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Spiderman versus Goliath: The $23 trillion risk.

Less Than Half of Wiretap Arrests Result in Convictions

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"War on terror" wiretaps remain unreported to the American public who pays for them, and is included in surveillance.

July 4: Our Independence Versus Today’s Emergency Powers

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When can our country's chief executive--with Congress's concurrence--most likely become a tyrant?

George W. Bush’s ’05 Inaugural, the Deep Irony of Egypt and...

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"To seek and support the growth of democratic movements and institutions in every nation and culture."

Will the U.S. Indict the Wikileaks Leader?

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What could be looming is a decade of real digital revolution involving the public's right to know.

Books, Nooks and a Look Back at 2010

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On a cold, wintry day, I want a really good book, not a plastic electronic humming Kin-Nook

Immersive Theater Brings Legendary Nellie Bly Back to Life

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Remembering a period of history that was downright cruel, especially in regard to women's health -- and the woman who exposed it all.
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