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What has been a concern for many years, namely that Obama’s (who infamously had bragged that he was “good at killing people”) largely expanded drone war with its disproportionate number of civil casualties, has been addressed by four former US … Continue reading
“This is a core principle of my presidency: if you threaten America, you will find no safe haven.” When recently addressing the American people, to explain his long-awaited new strategy in the never-ending Global War on Terror, President Obama suggested … Continue reading
As the New York Times reports, a federal appeals panel in Manhattan under Judge Jon O. Newman has yesterday reversed a Federal District Court decision of January 2013, waiving the U.S. government’s right to keep secret classified portions of a memo which had … Continue reading
After Julian Assange in 2010, Thomas Drake and Jesselyn Radack in 2011, and Edward Snowden last year, Chelsea Manning has received the 2014 Sam Adams Award, not named after the 18th century Founding Father but CIA whistle-blower during the Vietnam War, Samuel A. Adams. … Continue reading