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L. Neil Smith's The Libertarian Enterprise

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,

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Free Press Publications

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

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Sergei L. Loiko and Carol J. Williams, LA Times

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.

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Noah Shachtman, Miami Herald

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

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http://www.spiegel.de,

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

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