Published on Wednesday, June 4, 2014 by Common Dreams – Jon Queally, staff writer A new organization called ExposeFacts—backed by well-known source of The Pentagon Papers Daniel Ellsberg—is debuting itself in Washington, DC on Wednesday as a new place where government and corporate employees aware of wrongdoing can more safely and securely report their concerns. […]
how the Beacon Press, a small nonprofit publisher affiliated with the Unitarian Universalist Association, came to publish the complete 7,000 pages that exposed the true history of U.S. involvement in Vietnam.
To engage in civil disobedience, (“oh, but first, let’s get a permit”), do it when it actually might matter.
“Daniel Ellsberg, the man who leaked the Pentagon Papers, says Julian Assange is definitely not a criminal. Meanwhile, a UN rapporteur says Assange should not be prosecuted. ELEANOR HALL: So do you think given that then that the US Government has any grounds to charge the WikiLeaks founder and to seek his extradition? FRANK LA […]
The US, the country I love, is behaving, like a small child caught in a lie, red faced and angry because it has been found out.
The trouble with all of this is we tend to place government in this sort of superior, elite position; that they know things we do not know; that governments are entitled to know things that the public do not know…. I’m not sure, however, that the way WikiLeaks has done this is the right way. This is a very random, blunt instrument to attack the problem…
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