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Presidential Relativism

Previous to this writing I have been on record as saying, unequivocally, that it makes no difference who occupies the presidency in the United States… 1,066 more words


Secret WTO Trade Deal Threatens Internet Freedom, New Leak Reveals

“Global governments are secretly negotiating a little-known mega trade deal that poses a threat to internet freedoms and boon to corporate interests, analysts warned Wednesday, citing a just-leaked… 13 more words

Police State

US Government's Argument Against Barrett Brown “Should Chill Journalists to the Bone”

(TheAntiMedia) Journalist and activist Barrett Brown appeared in a Federal Court in Dallas, Texas on Tuesday. Brown was brought before Judge Sam Lindsay wearing the stereotypical orange jumpsuit. 1,914 more words


Obama White House stands by free speech in Sony hacking scandal

“The U.S. government has yet to reveal what evidence they have of a “linkage” between North Korea and the Nov. 24 hacking attack on Sony Entertainment but they are considering a “range of options” in response, according to Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson.” 19 more words

Liars Vs Truthers

Obama's New Groove

For my very first post, I thought I’d discuss something near and dear to many Americans. Not Breaking Bad, that has nothing to do with politics, this isn’t that kind of blog. 1,402 more words


The problem with Congress and the President

Most of us in America will agree with this statement: Our government is no longer functioning for the good of the country. Our congress and president are too heavily influenced by special interests and political donors.  828 more words