NSA Whistleblower Reality Winner. Photo via StandWithReality.org.
07 Feb 2018

A Potential Turning Point In Trump’s First Leak Prosecution

An upcoming hearing could be a major turning point in Reality Winner’s case and we’re sending Kevin Gosztola to cover it.

06 Feb 2018

Protest Song Of The Week: ‘Count It Up’ By Field Music

Field Music’s David Brewis of England was incensed by Brexit. It was a “proper Charlton Heston at the end of Planet of the Apes moment.” On Field Music’s new album, “Open Here,” the indie rock band reflect on a post-Brexit world, as well as the rise of United States President

Lauri Love. Photo via Wikimedia.
06 Feb 2018

UK High Court Blocks Lauri Love’s Extradition Over Oppressive US Prison Conditions

The United Kingdom quashed the extradition of activist Lauri Love because prison conditions in the United States could result in his death.

NSA Whistleblower Reality Winner. Photo via StandWithReality.org.
01 Feb 2018

Appeals Court Agrees Reality Winner ‘Hates’ America—So She Will Remain In Pretrial Detention

An appeals court agreed with a federal magistrate judge that Reality Winner “hates” America and might flee if granted bail.

GUANTANAMO BAY, Cuba – A Navy guard assigned to Joint Task Force Guantanamo’s Navy Expeditionary Guard Battalion patrols Camp Delta’s recreation yard during the early morning of July 7, 2010. (JTF Guantanamo photo by U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Michael R. Holzworth)
31 Jan 2018

Trump May Try To Keep Guantánamo Open, But Legal Challenge Could Derail Lawless Agenda

During the State Of The Union, President Trump announced an executive order to keep Guantanamo Bay open and transport additional detainees there.

BNSF oil train. Photo by Raymond Shobe (bossco) on Flickr.
30 Jan 2018

Washington Activists Sue For Right To Ban Fossil Fuel Trains

Activists in Spokane are suing the U.S. government for violating the “constitutional right” to a “livable climate” by prohibiting bans against fossil fuel trains.

Reality Winner. Photo via standwithreality.org
29 Jan 2018

Defense: Government Puts Burden On Reality Winner To Excuse FBI Violating Her Rights

NSA whistleblower Reality Winner’s attorneys contend the government places the burden on her to demand her rights from FBI agents who violated them.

28 Jan 2018

Unauthorized Disclosure—Episode 2: Operation PUSH, Victory Against Immigrant Detention

This week’s “Unauthorized Disclosure” podcast features two interviews. In our first interview, we talk to Karen Smith, an organizer with the Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee (IWOC).  She is also part of the Campaign to Fight Toxic Prisons. She joins the  show to provide an update on Operation PUSH, which is

27 Jan 2018

The Protest Music Of Hugh Masekela

In the decades-long struggle against apartheid in South Africa, Hugh Masekela was one of several musicians whose music came to represent the sound of resistance to racist oppression by the government. On January 23, Masekela, 78, died from prostate cancer. The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) mourned

New York Times building. Photo by Anthony Quintano (quintanomedia) on Flickr.
24 Jan 2018

New York Times Discourages Democratic Party Activists From Bashing Trump, Running In Red Districts

Days ago, the Democratic Party disappointingly caved to Republicans and President Donald Trump and ended the government shut down without achieving anything meaningful. They were promised the potential for action by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell that could help 800,000-plus immigrants known as Dreamers avoid deportation, but there are few