Tag Archives: WikiLeaks

Modern Day Christmas Limericks

Even Santa Clause and the folks at the North Pole are not immune from the issues of the day. Here are some of the everyday things Santa has to deal with…in limericks of course! Santa is soon on his way … Continue reading

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Bradley Manning’s Treatment Shows the Real Obama

It’s hard to believe how we’re treating Bradley Manning, the man accused (but not convicted) of leaking information to Wikileaks. I can’t condone what he did but whatever happen to justice and innocent until proven guilty? The treatment of Manning … Continue reading

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British Justice is Leaking

The British government has decided to extradite Julian Assange to Sweden despite the fact that he’s not been charged with anything. What makes it most interesting is the number of real slime-balls that are allowed to live in London. We’re … Continue reading

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What’s Good for the Goose is Good for the Gander

This whole WikiLeaks mess is a fascinating study into information access and control. Our government, and others, are bristling over the release of confidential documents. There is no question that the theft of these documents is a crime but what … Continue reading

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WikiLeaks Impact Overrated

The whole WikiLeaks episode is an interesting view into modern day democracy and information access. I have yet to hear of any serious consequences from the prior WikiLeaks releases despite all the dire predictions from our fearless leaders. These latest … Continue reading

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