In 2006 a small group of activists lead by Julian Assange, set up the wikileaks.org to publish information supplies by whistle blowers. What began as a few people and an internet connections became the biggest news story of 2012, continuing to fill news headlines today and often said to have transformed society today, or at least the way we listen to news and how journalists investigate alternative media. 990 more words
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I’m not one for museums but decided to visit this one on the edge of Con Son, a ten minute walk away.
The museum was mainly about the incarceration and torture of the Vietnamese at the hands of the French colonial rulers followed by the U.S.A.’s puppet regime. 116 more words
In the Orwellian world of Official Washington, the U.S. government is now wedded to the theory of “information warfare,” meaning that Americans who challenge national security policy may be treated as “unprivileged belligerents” under the new Law of War doctrine, retired JAG Major Todd E. 356 more words