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Independent Investigation Needed: You have nothing to worry about if you have nothing to hide'

the following letter was dated June 22, but was received more than a month later. We don’t blame the USPS.

June 22, 2015

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Obama's prison: last-ditch push to close Guantanamo

(By Deutsche Welle) US President Barack Obama’s new Guantanamo envoy has 18 months to close the infamous prison. Lee Wolosky will face election-year politics and a deeply skeptical Congress. 769 more words

United States

'I been treated like a slave'


How are you? I’m doing good. I support Inside-Outside Alliance due to the struggle we through behind the revolving doors of incarceration. I have been here  114 more words

Corrections Officers

Have a Nice Day


The drum beat of stories about prison continues.

Last week, every day on my drive in to work, I heard a different story about prison on National Public Radio’s Marketplace Tech Report. 496 more words


US Senate Passes 2016 NDAA as the Country Mourns for Charleston

by Claire Bernish, Activist Post: 

With the phenomenal ability to watch news unfold moment by moment comes the unspoken responsibility of vigilance—both in watching for distraction and in not allowing matters of importance to slip from the spotlight. 790 more words

The International Reporter

▶ Breaking the Set: These 5 Censored Books Tell a History the Establishment Wants Hidden

Abby Martin speaks with NYU media studies professor, Mark Crispin Miller, about five historical books that have been actively suppressed and hidden from the American public. 32 more words

Military Madness

Paul Introduces Amendment To Stop Indefinite Detention In NDAA 2016

Kentucky Senator Rand Paul introduced an amendment on Tuesday to the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2016 that would put an end to the Indefinite Detention clauses already within the bill, that were placed in there by Congress and signed into law by the President in 2012. 424 more words