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World-wide journalists condemn court action against Julian Assange

February 20, 2020 1200 journalists from 98 countries have released a joint statement today in defense of Wikileaks publisher Julian Assange, in the lead up to proceedings in a UK court to extradite him to the United States to face the espionage charges. The court case begins on 24 February. This is the first time […]

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Activist cited at work by Capitol Police

By Leslie Amsterdam, Rebecca Kemble, Arthur Kohl-Riggs and Nicole Schulte Bart Munger showed up to his job at the UW Physical Plant this morning to find a Capitol police officer and a UW police officer waiting for him. They were there to deliver two citations for holding a banner at the Solidarity Sing Along the […]

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A Fearless Sifting and Winnowing About My Country: July 4, 2012

By Michael Kissick As we discuss politics with each other, it is important to realize that there is more complexity possible than just left and right. If we add just one more dimension, then a much more nuanced picture to guide discussions of how we should construct society emerges (see figure below). As an example […]

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