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James McEnteer : Escape to Ecuador

Edward Snowden and the flag of Ecuador. Image from Salon.com. Rehanging the crepe paper:Escape to Ecuador Edward Snowden is the latest insider who pulled back the curtain to reveal the wizardry of American Freedom as the diabolical machinations of a … finish reading James McEnteer : Escape to Ecuador

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James McEnteer : Julian Assange, Come on Over

Stencil of Julian Assange from Bold Legume.Insane Asylum?From Center Stage to Middle Earth Is Julian Assange crazy to want to go to Ecuador, of all the obscure places on this globe? By James McEnteer / The Rag Blog / June … finish reading James McEnteer : Julian Assange, Come on Over

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Danny Schechter : WikiLeaks and the Fetish of Secrecy

Graphic from APS.Wikileaks and the secrets that deceive us It’s the age-old battle between our right to know and their right to keep us from knowing. By Danny Schechter / The Rag Blog / December 21, 2010 In the days … finish reading Danny Schechter : WikiLeaks and the Fetish of Secrecy

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Marc Estrin : Kicking the Dog

Image from Photobucket.Passing of the lantern:Kicking the dog By Marc Estrin / The Rag Blog / December 20, 2010 So Julian Assange is now without his passport, braceleted under house arrest, waiting for the Wheels of Injustice to slowly grind. … finish reading Marc Estrin : Kicking the Dog

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Tom Hayden : Julian Assange and the Lynch-Mob Moment

The lynch mob in Frankenstein. Is Julian Assange next?The lynch-mob moment:The frenzy over Julian Assange and WikiLeaks By Tom Hayden / The Rag Blog / December 15, 2010 We know that conservatives are extremists for order, but why have so … finish reading Tom Hayden : Julian Assange and the Lynch-Mob Moment

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Dave Lindorff : The Strange Case of Interpol’s Red Alert

A supporter of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange holds up a placard outside the City of Westminster Magistrates Court in London. Photo from The Hindu / AP. UPDATE: A British judge granted bail to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on Tuesday, saying … finish reading Dave Lindorff : The Strange Case of Interpol’s Red Alert

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Ted McLaughlin : The WikiLeaks Brouhaha

Political cartoon by samir alramahi / toonpool.com.WikiLeaks brouhaha:A danger to our security,or serving the public’s right to know? By Ted McLaughlin / The Rag Blog / November 29, 2010 I doubt if there’s any established government on earth that can’t … finish reading Ted McLaughlin : The WikiLeaks Brouhaha

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Marc Estrin : Unhallowed

“See No Evil.” Painting by Morwenna Morrison.UNHALLOWED By Marc Estrin / The Rag Blog / October 30, 2010 Halloween is my least favorite holiday, the one that has strayed furthest from its original intentions, and has been most overwhelmed by … finish reading Marc Estrin : Unhallowed

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