The Fourth Estate – journalism – is under threat. Not only by politicians but by the sociopolitical media […]
The US Justice Department, on the back of CIA director Mike Pompeo’s criticisms this week of WikiLeaks, have announced their renewed interest in formally charging Assange and other members of WikiLeaks. The only problem is they haven’t found anything to charge them with.
In 1945, when the war abruptly ended, the United States and Soviet Union were allies. The Nazis had […]
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s capability is well-equipped to quell the violence of protesters, assist ICE in their deportation corralling, and track all those who belong to minority groups – Muslims, Black Lives Matter…
Lasso is challenging the results and demanding a recount. According to a CREO party official, César Monge, he has evidence of votes for Lasso being counted for Moreno.
The cashless society may only be three years away in Australia. In Sweden, they’re on track to becoming […]
by Cynthia Kaufman at commondreams The 2016 presidential election made me think about 1933 and Hitler’s rise to power. […]
Barrett Brown is now working as a journalist for D Magazine, covering Dallas council meetings and local politics. […]
Has Big Brother reached Australia? Concerned citizens of Queensland, Australia’s northern state, seem to think so.
UN resolutions were also implemented but appear to be having little influence in swaying Kim Jong-un’s stance.