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Poetry in Motion? No, Art Posted to Assange

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

Assange’s Week: A Balcony Scene and Films Report

The Wikileaks publisher reappears in public and soon in cinema.

A Farewell to Arms: Kucinich Briefing to Blast Drones Program

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

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

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

Big Brother Grows Fatter: House Approves FISA Amendments

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

Romney May Try to Scrap Arts, Humanities and PBS

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

Why Ecuador REALLY Gave Assange Asylum

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

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

Congress finally questions its law allowing domestic drones.

Less Than Half of Wiretap Arrests Result in Convictions

"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

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

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

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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Herman Cain (and Republicans Unable)

And then there was Jerry Falwell, Jr., with his open pants, evangelical FUPA and his hands veering into prime side-boob territory with -- hey, doesn't she have a name?