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What Bradley Manning showed the world
Posted: Thursday, June 13, 2013

What Bradley Manning showed the world about Israel/Palestine
The trial of military whistleblower Bradley Manning has refocused attention on the revelations about U.S. foreign policy his actions produced. Much ink has been spilled on the headline-making news related to Iraq and Afghanistan that WikiLeaks, the organization Manning leaked to, shed light on. But WikiLeaks' and Manning's actions also exposed many important details about Israel/Palestine.

U.S.: Syria used chemical weapons, crossing "red line"
The Obama administration has concluded that Syrian President Bashar Assad's government used chemical weapons against the rebels seeking to overthrow him and, in a major policy shift, President Obama has decided to supply military support to the rebels, the White House announced Thursday.

We can't just say 'arm Syrian rebels' we must be clear what this means
The past decade suggests we're not very good at understanding the dangers of taking the liberal intervention path

U.S. Military Proposal to Arm Rebels Includes No-Fly Zone in Syria

Syrian rebels pledge loyalty to al-Qaeda
A Syrian rebel group's pledge of allegiance to al-Qaeda's replacement for Osama bin Laden suggests that the terrorist group's influence is not waning and that it may take a greater role in the Western-backed fight to topple Syrian President Bashar Assad.

Hatlah Massacre Terrorists Video Bragging - English Subtitles

The Secret War
INFILTRATION. SABOTAGE. MAYHEM. FOR YEARS FOUR-STAR GENERAL KEITH ALEXANDER HAS BEEN BUILDING A SECRET ARMY CAPABLE OF LAUNCHING DEVASTATING CYBERATTACKS. NOW ITS READY TO UNLEASH HELL.



Clarity from Edward Snowden and Murky Response from Progressive Leaders in Congress

Ron Paul warns US government may assassinate NSA leaker Snowden

The NSA's Word Games Explained: How the Government Deceived Congress in the Debate over Surveillance Powers

Inside the NSA's Ultra-Secret China Hacking Group
Deep within the National Security Agency, an elite, rarely discussed team of hackers and spies is targeting America's enemies abroad.

Bank Robbery Suspect Wants NSA Surveillance Records for Defense
Terrance Brown, 40, is on trial in South Florida for allegedly conspiring with four other men to hijack armored trucks delivering cash to banks in 2010.

Hong Kong wants answers on Snowden's hacking claims
Politicians were asking for answers from the Obama administration on Thursday about allegations from an American computer analyst that a U.S. secret surveillance program hacked into Hong Kong computer systems.

FBI Director Testifies He Doesn't Know Who's Leading Investigation in IRS Case

Justices rule human genes cannot be patented
Supreme Court decision is a win for women with genetic risk of breast and ovarian cancers, as well as geneticists and researchers who had criticized a Utah company's exclusive patent.

Colorado wildfires: Black Forest Fire, Royal Gorge Fire, Big Meadows fires
Wildfires in Black Forest near Colorado Springs, Royal Gorge Park and Rocky Mountain National Park are all burning as temperatures verging on triple digits and high winds hit Colorado.



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