Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks called out the hypocrisy by using one of the issues liberals and conservatives seem to agree on—the call for his assassination.
Newly reported communications show the US knew the president of Syria did not order a chemical weapons attack on civilians, but it continues to be one of the primary reasons for involvement there.
A radio DJ was harassed and eventually arrested by a power tripping cop who violated her freedom of speech and arrested her for saying "Sh*t" and "Ass" in public.
In her first interview since being released from prison. Former Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning spoke out about what inspired her to leak information about US war crimes in Iraq.
CNN was caught in a blatant attempt to stage a scene for a report on the London attacks. Police were also involved as they helped CNN set the stage.
Newly obtained documents show TigerSwan coordinated with myriad government agencies to spy on NoDAPL water protectors, whom they called 'terrorists,' likening activists to 'jihadist fighters.'
A recent two-part study found swearing, a lot, indicates that a person is more honest than their self-censoring tame-mouthed peers.
Wikileaks called out NPR for publishing Fake News — on the taxpayer dime, no less — for saying the publishing outlet was responsible for posting leaked documents on the newly-elected French president.
Ominous legislation was just signed into law criminalizing constitutionally protected protest and speech, that will fine protesters up to $1 million.
Julian Assange goes on an epic Twitter rant to defend his character and expose the nefarious deeds of those who want to kill him.
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