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For Years, Ecuador defied the West, that they loathe with a passion, and provided asylum to Wikileaks' Assange. Then suddenly, Ecuador gave up Assange without cause and allowed the US military to take over one of Ecuador's islands that is now being u

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Ron Paul Liberty Report

Six years ago undercover CIA officer and NSA contractor Edward Snowden came out from the shadows to reveal that he was responsible for the greatest leak of secret government information in US history. Americans learned that the government was not spy

Article Image, by Jacob G. Hornberger

World War I is the gift that just keeps on giving. Although the U.S. government's intervention into this senseless, immoral, and destructive war occurred 100 years ago, the adverse effects of the war continue to besiege our nation.

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By Paul Craig Roberts

Update: In my explanation today of Assange's case, I noted corruption in the British court's ruling. Former British Ambassador Craig Murray indentifies the corrupt act committed by the British judge, Lord Phillips. The ambassador's explanatio

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In the midst of an interesting and wide-ranging discussion on the Joe Rogan Experience, Democratic congresswoman and presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard said that if elected president she would drop all charges against NSA whistleblower Edward Snowd

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The founder of and veteran publisher of suppressed documents joins us to discuss what can be learned from the Wikileaks phenomenon, including the ways that information leaks can themselves be manipulated. We also discuss corporate compli

Article Image, By Karen Kwiatkowski

There is great evil being perpetrated by Washington D.C. here and around the world.