Twitter Suspends Jared Beck, Attorney For Plaintiffs In The DNC Fraud Lawsuit

One might forgive the Becks for venting their stress and anger on social media, when facing off with such a shamelessly corrupt individual and party, within a judicial system that appears doomed to fail its obligations to uphold the rule of law.

Opinion: The Guardian’s Desperate Attempt To Connect Assange To Russiagate Backfires

The Guardian’s latest attack on Julian Assange was not only a fallacious smear, it represented a desperate attempt on behalf […]

The Critical Difference Between Tim Canova And Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

It is beyond critical that the entire country – not just Floridians – throw the full weight of their support behind Canova in whatever form they can. It may not be enough to prevent yet another episode of vote tampering, but it will at the very least help to expose the US Democratic process for the sham that it is if election interference takes place again.

Deconstructing Campbell’s Smear Campaign Yields A Blueprint For Propaganda: Part Three

In Part One, we covered the background and construction of a smear campaign built by Duncan Campbell over the past […]

Opinion: Attempted Censorship Of Christine Assange Reveals How Powerful Her Voice Is

The establishment has revealed the degree to which it fears Christine through its own coercive actions. The net result of their efforts will be, instead of silencing her, Assange supporters listening more intently than ever to what she has to say. They will work even harder to ensure that her voice is heard loud and clear.

Precariousness Of Assange’s Asylum Intensifies Solidarity Efforts

During the emergency Unity4J discussion, Cian Westmoreland cited his favorite quote from the novel Cloud Atlas, explaining that he first came across the book and quote while serving in Afghanistan. He said that the passage emphasized the importance of even the smallest actions in shaping our future. The statement is intensely apt in describing the current fight for Assange’s safety. Each of our individual small acts – and equally our small inactions, will shape our collective future in determining whether the integrity of free speech is protected, and whether Assange will one day go free.