This is The Monday Line by Denis G. Campbell Edward Snowden is causing significant embarrassment to the global press corps as well as the US Government’s intelligence, security and industrial war apparatus. Whether your knee-jerk… Read More
The Monday Line (on Thursday) by Denis Campbell Pew Research on Tuesday released a poll saying 56% of Americans said: “Investigate Terrorism, Even If It Intrudes on Privacy.” These lambs, docily led to slaughter, are… Read More
The Pentagon is attempting to quash coverage of its activities by alleging that any reporter seeking classified information is collaborating with the source and guilty of conspiracy to commit espionage, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says…. Read More
Occupy Wall Street has awakened a sleeping giant… the 99% of people globally who identify with the notion of asking why the top 1% of Corporate chieftains, earners and bankers who wrecked the global economy… Read More
Get out your pitchforks, torches, dog whistles and scorecards sports fans, this could take awhile. Twitter lit up around 2:00 am EST with two UFC cage battles between three prominent progressive Web personalities, the intriguing… Read More
As the U.S. is now an international aggressor, do Americans still owe it allegiance? If a citizen releases information about crimes the U.S. commits, can he or she be legally punished? These questions arise in… Read More
While many don’t like Assange’s outlaw look and dumping of documents, the animosity towards someone who is the modern day Daniel Ellsberg is perplexing but Assange is his own worst enemy.
By Denis G. Campbell Libertarian Presidential candidate Congressman Ron Paul, (R-TX) tweeted yesterday: Re: Wikileaks – In a free society, we are supposed to know the truth. In a society where truth becomes treason, we… Read More