Feffer: in basement offices in Washington, DC, secure locations in northern Virginia, and listening posts in suburban Maryland, the high priests and priestesses of a secretive cult are quietly toasting the president for a very different legacy: his fierce defense of a lawless and destructive fraternity that has only grown more powerful on his watch.
"According to a search of the Nexis news database, Manning's op-ed received scant coverage. . . . In the abstract, journalists often profess a great deal of admiration for whistleblowers, and value the service such individuals provide to the news media. " By Peter Hart FAIR BLOG June 18, 2014 US Army whistleblower Chelsea Manning wrote a remarkable More
Michael Ratner USAToday June 17, 2014 (Photo: David Paul Morris, Bloomberg) A whistle-blower living in exile in Russia. A publisher seeking the asylum he has already been granted while his sources are imprisoned. This isn't the cast of a summer blockbuster. It's a perfect storm of real-life cases that make it clear that constitutional More