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Comment on “It was the Right Thing to Do” by TriciaKS

Sat, 13 Jul 2013 18:37:40 +0000

That is a sad letter. He sounds so sincere, and I think all citizens are asking a lot of questions about what is going on with our rights. Privacy appears to be a word we should delete from our language. I do not believe, however, that the countries have offered asylum out of any concern for human rights. They have far more self-serving motives.



Comment on Lying to Congress isn’t the story, the story is Snowden’s seeking Asylum by TriciaKS

Wed, 03 Jul 2013 20:19:12 +0000

Good story. The Trayvon Martin Trial is soaking up all of the air time here. (Sad story, but, other things are going on in the world, so I especially appreciate your stories.) We all need to know what is going on here and try to figure it out. That's not easy....






Comment on “I won’t take it anymore” Last Blog Dec. 2010 “Where’s the “Change”? by Moe

Fri, 14 Jun 2013 17:10:24 +0000

Hey John - how nice to see you back! By the way, I know exactly what you mean about having to simply pull away from the 'noise' out there. It does seem that no matter what, our national security state marches on, just as it's always done. In a way, I hope this scandal grows and grows and we get more exposes of other places where they've got their fingers . . . maybe that will wake people up.



Comment on “I won’t take it anymore” Last Blog Dec. 2010 “Where’s the “Change”? by TriciaKS

Thu, 13 Jun 2013 15:59:54 +0000

Good job! Just what I am thinking also!



Comment on Power of Information; Power of Knowledge WikiLeaks Documentary, Must See by Moe

Sun, 30 Jan 2011 23:54:52 +0000

Hey! Where are you? You're missed.



Comment on Ron Paul is Correct. Julian Assange writes “Don’t shoot messenger for revealing uncomfortable truths” by Moe

Tue, 07 Dec 2010 16:34:35 +0000

I've been kind of agnostic about Assange and about what wikileaks does or doens't do. But I am deeply disturbed by the way commercial interests and American corporations are falling in line with their government's wishes. Of course governments will complain - they are embarrassed. But for Amazon and PayPal and all those servers around the world to be pulling down the site (even Switzerland!) - that's deeply disturbing. I posted some days ago my own theory about why htis is all happening now - Assange announced just after the diplomatic document dump that the next target was major US banks. And then the fun began . . . They're terrified of shining any light on bank behavior.



Comment on Ron Paul is Correct. Julian Assange writes “Don’t shoot messenger for revealing uncomfortable truths” by gt

Tue, 07 Dec 2010 15:19:20 +0000

Maybe a good thing .... We NEED transparency as part of a proper steering mechanism to survive the global society we created with technology. At this moment our society has an obsolete 200 years old steering mechanism with to many crisses. How can a few wise people understand these complex global issues pending ? Would we have gone to Iraq over Weapons of mass destruction is we were part of the diplomatic cable discussion ? Better of with more transparency ? Credit Crises / Cable gate shows governments are not so much in control of the global society. Wasn't it work of the press to tell us the truth ? At least the cork out of the bottle. Fact is that secrets are harder to keep anno 2010. Shutting down is naive. Discuss it is the only option.. Come on free press, have vision ..take the lead.