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Something Wiki'ed This Way Comes

Jonathan Askin | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology
Jonathan Askin

In 1971, the government might have considered Daniel Ellsberg's release of the Pentagon Papers the greatest threat to national security. Regardless of whether one considers Ellsberg a hero or villain, a patriot or traitor, his actions, today, seem quaint.

Exclusive: Ellsberg Disagrees With WikiLeaks' Assange on Whether Clinton Should Resign

Brad Friedman | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Brad Friedman

"I've come to respect Assange's judgment in a lot of these matters a lot more than I do the Pentagon spokespersons," Ellsberg said. "In this case, I don't agree with him."

America's Most Dangerous Man -- Julian Assange or Barack Obama?

Rory O'Connor | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Rory O'Connor

Once again, America's political and military elite is backing a corrupt, ineffective and highly unpopular puppet regime in a far-off, unnecessary and costly war.

Daniel Ellsberg: Wikileaks Founder 'Would Do Well To Keep His Whereabouts Unknown' (VIDEO)

Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics

Daniel Ellsberg, the whistleblower famous for leaking the Pentagon Papers to the New York Times in 1971, castigated President Obama Friday for the gov...