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Blu-ray Review: ‘The Fifth Estate’ (2013)


'The Fifth Estate' provides a tremendous insight into the world of Wikileaks and its founder, Julian Assange. Read More »

The Julian Assange Saga

Julian Assange, my friends, is a doomed man. Read More »

Book Review: WikiLeaks: Inside Julian Assange’s War on Secrecy by David Leigh and Luke Harding

The Guardian book on Wikileaks is full of Bond-esque characters. Read More »

New Information from WikiLeaks: bin Laden, The September 11 Attacks, and More

A readable summation of new information from just-released WikiLeaks documents. Read More »

In Defense of Anarchism, Part III: A Recap

The war on terror and the resulting "state of exception" are quickly becoming regular features of everyday life. The question is, have we reached the end of history or are we about to enter another chapter? Read More »


WikiLeaks is an independent organization structured to expose government sensitive intelligence to the public. Read More »

U.S. Investigation of Julian Assange: Legal Process or Witch-Hunt?

Julian Assange's real crime is the loss of face he caused some powerful people. Read More »

The ‘Star Leaker’ Becomes a Leak Victim

There seems to be prima facie evidence to prove Julian Assange is liable for punishment, according to his own words. Read More »

Can WikiLeaks Destroy America?

Pat Buchanan asserts that WikiLeaks will be the undoing of American dominance, but is that true? Read More »

In the Center of it All: The WikiLeaks Debate

WikiLeaks isn't the Antichrist, but it's also not quite in the right. Here's why. Read More »