Wikimania and the First Amendment – The Nader Page

The mad dog, homicidal demands to destroy the leaders of Wikileaks by self-styled liberal Democrat and Fox commentator, Bob Beckel, the radio and cable howlers and some members of Congress, may be creating an atmosphere of panic at the politically sensitive Justice Department. Attorney General Eric Holder has made very prejudicial comments pursuant to his […]

Julian Assange of Wikileaks speaks out: Article published at The Australian and OpEd News

Julian Assange has published an article at The Australian (and republished at Op Ed News) that describes the Wikileaks situation in his own words. The entire article is worth reading. It’s here. Besides Julian Assange’s thoughts on a free press, the article includes a summary of some of the major revelations from the Wikileaks documents. […]

Let’s keep a blogging vigil for Julian Assange of Wikileaks

Julian Assange has a website called WikiLeaks, which has been serving the public for several years by allowing people to release whistle-blower documents about problems with government. He is a journalist and visionary who is experimenting with new ways to create public accountability for governments. He needs the support of citizens and journalists around the […]

Is Change on Obama’s Agenda?

On January 20, George W. Bush’s presidency will end.  President-elect Barack Obama will take office, having been elected on a platform of “change”.  Many Americans are eagerly waiting to see what the new Obama Administration will do; but we already know from his Cabinet picks that “change” is not really on the agenda. Hillary Clinton, […]

Statement from Cynthia McKinney in Cuba

From Cynthia McKinney About A Close Encounter of a Different Kind Hello!  I am typing on a Spanish language keyboard and so, I am having to make adjustments.  Please pardon me if things are not quite right.  However, I am so excited, I hope you won´t mind me sharing with you my experiences as I prepare […]