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The Power of Julian Assange

May 24, 2019 by Barbara With On November 5, 2016, Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange gave an interview with his partner John Pilfer to address the content of the Hillary Clinton emails that Wikileaks had published. The general election was three days away, and Assange spoke of the enormity of what was uncovered in those emails. […]

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We are Responsible for this Human Rights Crisis

November 10, 2012 By Heidi Wegleitner This weekend un-housed people living in tents in my district are being evicted from the former Don Miller site, where for a couple of weeks they have been able to live in a community-like setting and have some self-determination in meeting their basic needs. Should the Occupy site be […]

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