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When asked if she was elected president, would she drop the charges against both men, Gabbard said that she would.
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Article first appeared at The Free Thought Project. Edward Snowden just excoriated his critics from the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence for their quibbling report about the whistleblower, himself — which was just released in full for the first time. In a series of 22 tweets, Snowden destroyed the …
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Article first appeared at The Free Thought Project. Unless you want law enforcement to be able to trawl all your communications, don’t — under any circumstances — use Google’s newest messaging app, Allo, Edward Snowden just warned. “What is #Allo? A Google app that records every message you ever send …
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Following the unknown collective hackers known as “The Shadow Brokers’” release of legitimate information about the NSA special-ops entity, the “Equation Group,” Edward Snowden suggested that maybe it wasn’t the Russians behind the hacking. Perhaps, the NSA has another mole. Zero Hedge reported that “a former NSA source told Motherboard, that ‘it’s plausible’ that …
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With all the Ringling Brothers, Barnum and Bailey Three Ring circuses taking place in America, it’s no wonder we all throw our hands up in disgust in a “who cares anymore” manner. Appearing in ring one, Sheriff David Clarke renamed the “Black Lives Matter” criminal behavior movement to “Black’s Lies …
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Edward Snowden did us all an enormous favor by risking it all to let us know that our government had come to view us as the enemy to be spied on and monitored. If we are to regain the liberty that our Founders recognized was granted to us not by government, but by our Creator, we must redouble our efforts to fight against the surveillance state!
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It is dangerous to reveal the truth about the illegal and immoral things our government does with our money and in our name, and the war on journalists who dare reveal such truths is very much a bipartisan affair. Just ask Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, who was relentlessly pursued first …
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The media has largely been silent over Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange following his arrest.  They dragged his name through the mud, said he should have a bullet put in his head and attacked him relentlessly… and so did politicians.  Now, it appears that during his trial, human rights groups are …
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In a new filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission this week, Amazon revealed that former NSA director Keith Alexander will be joining the company’s board of directors. Alexander was the controversial spokesperson for the NSA when the agency was facing scrutiny over Edward Snowden’s leaks, which revealed the details …
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In the past few weeks, we’ve been reporting and commenting on Wikileaks’ co-founder Julian Assange and what is taking place concerning the position he is in for exposing the corruption and criminality in government around the world, but mostly in the US.  In another edition to those reports, award-winning journalist …
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