[T]he British judge has the painful task of deciding not only the fate of a man, but the right to information that underpins any respected democracy.
We ... must continue questioning whether the citizens’ right to know and the freedom of the press will be threatened under the pretext of counterterrorism measures.
At last count by The Washington Post, Trump had just broken the 10,000 lies and false statements barrier ... The United States has lost what it stands for.
WikiLeaks was not the one who obtained this information illegally, it was the platform that received and decided to publish it.
These days, the United States, and maybe the whole world, is preoccupied with four names, not for their beauty, but rather for a larger issue that is now becoming clear.
The first name is Donald Trump, of course, the second name is Jim Acosta, CNN correspondent, and the third is U.S. District Court Judge Timothy [Read more]