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Progressives who work to end individual rights violations committed by the NSA, FBI, DEA, CIA, and other federal agencies usually overlook, or even support, the routine violations of Americans’ rights by the IRS. For example, progressives rarely, if ever, speak out against the IRS’s targeting of the opponents of those …
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A key witness in the Department of Justice’s case against Julian Assange has admitted that his entire testimony is false, a revelation that could be the death knell for US attempts to prosecute the Wikileaks founder. Sigurdur Ingi Thordarson, often known as “Siggi the Hacker,” made the confession to Icelandic …
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Former presidential candidate and McAfee antivirus software creator John McAfee was confirmed to have been discovered dead in a Spanish prison. You Probably Didn’t Even Know This Candidate Was Running For President [VIDEO] Check Out John McAfee’s (Educated) Warning About The Dark Side of That Presidential Alert Sent to Your …
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In large measure, Julian Assange is not even mentioned in the Mockingbird media that called for his death prior to his arrest. However, there are plenty of us who have not forgotten about the founder of Wikileaks and what he risked in order to inform the public of the crimes …
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“It is just when people are all engaged in snooping on themselves and one another that they become anesthetized to the whole process. As information itself becomes the largest business in the world, data banks know more about individual people than the people do themselves. The more the data banks …
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Facebook’s growing role in the ever-expanding surveillance and “pre-crime” apparatus of the national security state demands new scrutiny of the company’s origins and its products as they relate to a former, controversial DARPA-run surveillance program that was essentially analogous to what is currently the world’s largest social network. In mid-February, …
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“There is now the capacity to make tyranny total in America.”― James Bamford It never fails. Just as we get a glimmer of hope that maybe, just maybe, there might be a chance of crawling out of this totalitarian cesspool in which we’ve been mired, we get kicked down again. …
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I covered so many stories about the unconstitutional use of drones under the usurper Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Sobarkah and there was even a national debate on the Senate floor regarding their use in the united States. There were many drone pilots who came out and stated what was going …
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The entire video record of the conference — estimated at around 24 hours of material — was mysteriously disappeared from YouTube say conference organizers.  An academic critical media literacy conference warning of the dangers of media censorship has, ironically, been censored by YouTube. The Critical Media Literacy Conference of the …
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Hans Christian Anderson wrote a fable in 1837. His tale involves a vain king who was preoccupied with his appearance and wardrobe. A pair of swindlers took advantage of this by pretending to be able to weave the finest cloth, which couldn’t be seen by people who were either unfit …
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