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Federal Hall, Where Washington Became President

Also last Friday, Caroline and I wandered over to Federal Hall, which is the site where George Washington was sworn in as the first president of the United States. 670 more words


NSA mass spying undermines journalists and attorneys’ ability to work

Dozens of journalists and attorneys surveyed by the American Civil Liberties Union and Human Rights Watch for a new report say that the United States government’s surveillance operations are eroding their ability to work. 233 more words


Centinel2012 reblogged this and commented:

The solution is to communicate and work off line as much as is possible — back to paper and pencil so to speak.

The campaign continues for Al Jazeera staff behind bars

A version of this piece was first published on The Global Panorama.

 More than 200 days has passed since Mohamed Fahmy, Peter Greste and Baher Mohamed were first arrested whilst reporting for news network Al Jazeera in Egypt.  432 more words


Statements made against the public figure are essentially true, then no conviction for libel can be had. Any statement that does not contain a provably false factual connotation will receive full constitutional protection

Actual Malice Not Proven

        As it has been established that complainant was a public figure, it was incumbent upon the prosecution to prove actual malice on the part of Lim and petitioner when the latter published the article subject matter of the complaint. 85 more words

Criminal Law

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