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Monday, 13 June 2011

WikiLeaks Grand Jury Investigation

Obama adminstration seeks to intimidate whistle-blowers with prosecution. It is waging war against government transparency. Investigative journalsm threatened. Glenn Greenwald reports.More
From The APC Blog by cda on 13 Jun 2011Permalink

Wednesday, 01 June 2011

Fl. Gov. Rick Scott Outdoes Wis. Gov. Scott Walker on Welfare Drug Testing

Florida is trying to make Wisconsin look good.

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From The APC Blog by gs on 01 Jun 2011Permalink

Friday, 04 March 2011

Environmental Activist Convicted

"Activist Tim DeChristopher Convicted of Two Felonies"
blog by Sarah Laskow, Media Consortium

Tim DeChristopher, the activist who bid on BLM land to stop its sale to oil and gas interest, was convicted of two felonies. His punishment could include up to 10 years in jail. The Mulch <http://bit.ly/fyjdcj> this week covers DeChristopher's trial and includes two interviews with him by Media Consortium members. It also looks at the destruction that the energy industry is wreaking through hydrofracking and the exploitation of tar sands.More
From The APC Blog by cda on 04 Mar 2011Permalink

Monday, 07 February 2011

Tunisia. Egypt. Israel.

Serge Halimi on the revolt in Tunisia. Alain Gresh the revolt in Egypt. Uri Avnery on implications for Israel. And a note on US media reports.
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From The APC Blog by cda on 07 Feb 2011Permalink

Wednesday, 29 December 2010

On WikiLeaks

"Shoot the messenger"
by Philippe Rivière

In setting up WikiLeaks, Julian Assange wanted to bring to light secret agreements between countries. That he succeeded is clear from the number of companies and governments who have tried to shut him down. Read analysis by Philippe Rivière.

Le Monde Diplomatique (Jan. 2011)
http://mondediplo.com/2011/01/02wikileaksMore
From The APC Blog by cda on 29 Dec 2010Permalink
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Public Eye

Publisher
Political Research Associates
Publisher URL
Editors
Nikhil Aziz
Circulation Region
national
Listed Since
1992
ISSN
0275-9322
OCLC
27458041
Readership
General readers and activists interested in politics and developments on the right

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