Ain't politics wonderful? For eight years President George W. Bush asserted that he was the equivalent of an elected dictator, kind of a democratic George III. He could even order the arrest of an American citizen in America to be held in isolation without access to the courts for as long as he thought proper. […]
The copyright industries in America thought they could pressure Congress into fast-tracking a bill that would be detrimental to the very future of the internet as we know it before most Americans knew anything about it. This past weekend, the tide finally began to turn against these two bills and now it's more important than […]
On this Martin Luther King, Jr. day, let us remember the important principle of nonviolent direct action that brought about an end to segregation in the South, civil disobedience. I'd encourage our readers to spend a moment today reading through and reflecting on King's Letter from a Birmingham Jail where he specifically responds to critics of his […]
In a NYT op-ed this weekend, a former Guantanamo Bay inmate — falsely accused — writes about the seven years he spent in Gitmo before his release in a piece called "My Guantanamo Nightmare." ON Wednesday, America’s detention camp at Guant
The hot-button anti-piracy legislation that sparked a revolt online is starting to become a political liability for some of SOPA’s major backers. Fueled by Web activists and online fundraising tools, challengers are using the bill to tag its congressional supporters as backers of Big Government — and raise campaign cash while they’re at it. – Politico SOPA […]
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