Bob Anderson (In Studio) - Mike Martin (Owner of Folly Moon in Mincie, IN) on his battle with DHS infiltrating the Fire Marshall's office demanding all venues with live music pay DHS for permission to have artists perform - Lauren McNamara was a wit
Bradley Manning is the only combat veteran of the Iraq war whose service is worth honoring. Like hundreds of thousands of servicemen, Manning carried out unlawful orders to participate in an illegal war. Unlike the rest, he took action to expose
A top secret National Security Agency program allows analysts to search with no prior authorization through vast databases containing emails, online chats and the browsing histories of millions of individuals, according to documents
Before and after his first campaign for the White House, Barack Obama promised the American people that his administration would be the most open and transparent in the nation's history.
Today's verdicts may be about Bradley Manning -- but here's why they also have huge consequences for the rest of us.
A former CIA officer has broken silence around the 2003 abduction of a radical Islamist cleric in Italy, charging that the agency inflated the threat the preacher posed and that the United States then allowed Italy to prosecute her and other American
This case had made a major impact on government agencies and the Pentagon, which were given explicit orders by the White House to plug the leaks – and to investigate the identity of leakers and charge them as spies,
Bradley Manning verdict: An Army judge finds Pfc. Bradley Manning not guilty of aiding the enemy by disclosing secret U.S. government documents. Military prosecutors had argued that the largest leak in U.S. history had assisted al-Qaeda. But th
Army Pfc. Bradley Manning has been acquitted of aiding the enemy for sharing classified documents with the web site WikiLeaks. He was found guilty of ALL of the other charges including 5 espionage charges and will rot the best years of his life
I have just watched We Steal Secrets, Alex Gibney’s documentary about Wikileaks and Julian Assange. One useful thing I learnt is the difference between a hatchet job and character assassination. Gibney is too clever for a hatchet job, and his propaga
International Day of Solidarity as the whistleblower awaits sentencing, faces 11th hour switch in charges
The verdict in the court-martial of Army Private First Class Bradley Manning, accused of the biggest leak of classified information in U.S. history, will be read on Tuesday, the presiding judge said on Monday.
A man who has told the truth to the world is declared—by a man who has never told the truth—to be a criminal, and his life, future, and freedom hang in limbo, a captive of all the 21st Century wannabe dictators who currently infest this planet,
The faux trial of Bradley Manning is almost over. Closing arguments ended on Friday July 26, nearly two full months after the trial began on June 3. Defense lawyer David E. Coombs said in his closing arguments that Bradley Manning is a whistleblow
"The NSA has trillions of telephone calls and emails in their databases that they've collected over the last several years," Greenwald said. "These programs are very simple screens...where all an analyst has to do is enter an email address
Yet Manning, rather than someone interested in aiding America’s enemies, is a patriot responsible for “without a doubt the most influential leak in history,” Mr. Assange argues. Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki cited documents given by Manning
The attorney for a former State Department arms expert accused of leaking classified information to a Fox News reporter wrote that other high-level government officials may have been responsible for the illegal disclosure.
U.S. authorities said NSA leaker Edward Snowden wouldn't face the death penalty—and promised he wouldn't be tortured—in a letter hoping to persuade Russia not to grant him asylum or refugee status.
Former U.S. security contractor Edward Snowden would not face the death penalty or be tortured and would have all the protections of the U.S. civilian court system if he were sent home...
In their closing arguments, Army prosecutors portrayed Bradley Manning as an anarchist and a man hungry for fame who was fully aware that his leak of hundreds of thousands of classified documents to Wikileaks would end up in the hands of
These are certain things that you will not easily find in U.S. media like Jimmy Carter declaring that we no longer have a functioning democracy in this country. Another is reading about Snowden as a whistleblower.
Oath Keepers launches new campaign to place signs and billboards near Washington D.C. area defense and intelligence agencies, praising Edward Snowden for exposing the NSA spying on Americans and urging other government employees to follow Snowden’s e
Fugitive NSA leaker Edward Snowden will be allowed to leave the Moscow airport, where he has been holed up for more than a month following a Russian government decision to consider his request for temporary asylum, Russian media reported Wednesday.
Former NSA whistleblower/leaker Edward Snowden has been granted documents that will allow him to leave a Moscow airport where he has been for the last month, Reuters and Russian media report.
NSA leaker Edward Snowden swore that there is no way the Russian government can get any sensitive information from him — despite the fact that he has been camped out in the Moscow airport for the past few weeks, carrying four laptops that he had supp
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has earned quite a following, sometimes in unlikely quarters. The latest evidence comes in the form of this billboard recently installed inside the subway station that serves the Pentagon in Arlington, Va.
Journalist Glenn Greenwald says new reports from the trove of NSA data supplied by whistleblower Edward Snowden can be expected in the next few days. Speaking on a German talkshow, he said they would be even "more explosive in Germany" than previous
Q: He [Snowden] is seeking refuge in Countries with abysmal human rights records... and he even went so far as to say he wanted to congratulate the leaders of Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia and Russia for standing up on this issue and being .....
Despite the size and scope of Edward Snowden’s NSA whistleblowing, there’s little sign of Washington DC changing its practices, and even less of an indication that any of its European allies will actually hold it to account.