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Poetry in Motion? No, Art Posted to Assange

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Two artists track web-camera snail mail to London's Ecuadorian embassy.

Assange’s Week: A Balcony Scene and Films Report

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The Wikileaks publisher reappears in public and soon in cinema.

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.

NYU/Stanford Legal Report Criticizes U.S. Drone Killings

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Two respected law clinics cite deaths of innocents, question legality.

Big Brother Grows Fatter: House Approves FISA Amendments

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

Romney May Try to Scrap Arts, Humanities and PBS

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Killing cultural funding is the far right's traditional wild call.

Why Ecuador REALLY Gave Assange Asylum

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President Correa, the Ph.D. economist/politician, connects dots.

Congress: Yea! Drones at Home!…Hold it!…Wait!…

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Congress finally questions its law allowing domestic drones.

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.

Julian Assange’s Coup d’TV

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The legal and professional implications of Julian Assange's news-interview TV show.

“Don’t Touch My Junk” and Other Holiday Mantras

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Talk about a great Secret Santa gift for that weird guy at your office who you just know is a big perv.
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Which President Ignored Bounties on Our Murdered Soldiers?

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Either the ignoramus president was told the intelligence and did nothing about it or no one on his staff told him. Which sounds worse?