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Is Germany a Sovereign Nation?

April 30th, 2015
Shortly after Spiegel Online published German Intelligence Under Fire for NSA Cooperation (Apr 24), I added what I thought would be the first comment on the article. I returned to the next day to see how the comment had fared. To my surprise, the… more »

Courage: Showing Solidarity With Whistleblowers and Defending Our Right to Know

June 28th, 2014
Interview by Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers Sarah Harrison, Snowden This interview with Sarah Harrison of the Courage Foundation is based on a radio interview conducted by Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese on Clearing The FOG, originally heard on We… more »

An example of how the surveillance state is hurting the U.S. economy: Ladar Levison confirms that he will be forced to move his business overseas

October 8th, 2013
via chycho In a sign of things to come for the U.S. tech industry, Ladar Levison, the owner of Lavabit, the secure private encrypted email provider that shut down after 10 years of operation (2, 3) because he decided not to abide by the demands made by… more »

The Surveillance State Killed BlackBerry, and the Same Fate Awaits Other Tech Giants

September 22nd, 2013
via chycho Being from Canada, interested in technology and the markets, and a privacy advocate, BlackBerry, formerly known as Research In Motion (RIM), has been on my radar for a number of years, so I would like to add my two cents regarding its demise… more »

Is Obama losing it?

August 8th, 2013
Michael Collins President Barack Obama's recent behavior is cause for concern. He never lived up to his progressive image but at least he wasn't Bush, we were told. That sterling quality may have persuaded the Nobel Prize judges in 2009 but it's… more »

Snowden in Russia

July 17th, 2013
by Stephen Lendman Snowden remains in Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport transit zone limbo. Russia's his safest option. Traveling elsewhere's too risky. It's hazardous. He's seeking temporary asylum. Odds are he'll get it. Moscow won't extradite him. It has… more »

Snowden's Asylum Quest

July 14th, 2013
by Stephen Lendman Snowden reflects the best of heroic activism. He acted responsibly. He did the right thing. He committed no crimes. He knew the risks and took them. Few would do as much. Legions more are needed. Maybe he'll inspire others to come… more »

Why the U.S. Government has such a hard-on for Edward Snowden

July 11th, 2013
by chycho It’s not the act of revealing secrets that has gotten Edward Snowden in trouble, after all, members of the Bush Administration did exactly that in the Plame affair as did members of the Obama Administration by leaking the drone memo. Leaking… more »

Criticizing Venezuela's Maduro Irresponsibly

July 9th, 2013
by Stephen Lendman A previous article explained. President Nicolas Maduro granted Snowden asylum. He did so responsibly. He did it courageously. He wants him protected from unjustifiable US persecution. "Who is the guilty one," he asked? "A young man… more »

Decline and Fall - Skyjacking Edition - 7/8/13

July 8th, 2013
Michael Collins It appears that someone in Washington called several government officials in Europe to force the landing of a jet carrying the President of Bolivia. If that proves to be the case, the actions by all involved violate of the 2010… more »

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