Expressing ideas, no matter how bold or brazen, is the personal exercise of a natural right that the government in a free society is powerless to touch, directly or indirectly.
What last night’s raid on Occupy Wall Street did to the nation’s fourth estate of journalism. And what it means for our democracy in tonight’s Daily Take.
Here’s a rundown of some interesting articles that makes you should absorb on Wednesday, August 3rd 2011 . Seriously.
Alex Jones issues an alert via a special video address as certain factions in Congress are moving very quickly to seize upon the tragic shooting in Arizona to pass both gun control laws and restrict free speech under the guise of protecting political servants.
Thomas Blanton, the esteemed director of the National Security Archive at George Washington University described Washington’s hyper-reaction to Wikileaks’ transmission of information to some major media in various countries as “Wikimania.
Facecrime: Orwellian technology seeks to identify disgrunted Americans as terrorists
I happened to be researching a few items relating to “claims” of the Pittsburgh killings of 3 officers and injuring of two more. One odd note from the shooters best friend: According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette According to the Pittsburgh…