June 30, 1971, the US Supreme Court rules the NY Times and Washington Post are legally permitted to publish what’s known as the Pentagon Papers — material leaked by Daniel Ellsberg. by Stephen Lendman edited by O Society March 1, 2020 Six justices concur in a per curiam statement saying: “Any system of prior restraints of … Continue reading Famous Pentagon Papers Precedent Would Free Julian Assange in Country with Freedom to Tell Truth
by John Pilger edited by O Society Feb 18, 2020 On Saturday, there will be a march from Australia House in London to Parliament Square, the center of British democracy. People will carry pictures of the Australian publisher and journalist Julian Assange who, on 24 February, faces a court to decide whether or not he is … Continue reading Julian Assange Should Be Celebrated Rather Than Incarcerated
by Colin Kalmbacher edited by O Society Jan 25, 2020 Noam Chomsky, the father of modern linguistics as well as the world’s most-respected —and most-cited— living public intellectual, harshly criticizes the Democratic Party’s impeachment inquiry as an insufficient indictment that could inadvertently help President Donald Trump cruise to re-election later this year. As Democrats insist against evidence their … Continue reading Noam Chomsky Torches Democrats’ Narrow Trump Impeachment Charges: ‘This Tragedy May Send Him Back to Office’
Hey y'all, do you remember the time Mitch McConnell refused to let Barack Obama name a Supreme Court Justice? by O Society Dec 19, 2019 Ole Tippy the Turtle just made up some nonsense about lame ducks and parliamentary procedure. Stole it right out of Garland's hands. Here's a recap. As leader of the Senate, … Continue reading What if they don’t send it?
by Jim Kavanaugh edited by O Society Dec 18, 2019 The Raw The Democrats now reveal the hand they’re going to play for impeachment. I vehemently argue against playing this game and point out how futile it is, but, seeing the two cards actually laid out on the table, even I am gobsmacked at what a … Continue reading Impeachment: What Lies Beneath?
Assange in Court by Craig Murray edited by O Society October 24, 2019 I was deeply shaken while witnessing yesterday’s events in Westminster Magistrates Court. Every decision was railroaded through over the scarcely heard arguments and objections of Assange’s legal team, by a magistrate who barely pretended to be listening. Before I get on to … Continue reading What Are The Powers That Be Distracting You From Right Now?
Hello there and welcome to Echochamber Friday, when we intentionally lookit stories in our newsfeed we'd otherwise ignore to avoid getting caught in the spectacle for the sake of sanity and what not. Here's today's story 'PREYED ON KIDS' Twisted mum, 47, ‘had sex with her son’s two 14-year-old pals while plying them with alcohol and … Continue reading Hollywood MILF Arrested for Allegedly Having Sex with Teenagers and Buying ’em Booze & Drugs – Echochamber Friday