whistleblowing

FCC, Media Consolidation and Internet Regulations

July 18, 2014
Jeff Cohen discusses several Freedom of Information issues, including a new campaign encouraging whistleblowing, the case of journalist James Risen, and net neutrality

Why The Real News can call a war crime a war crime

August 2, 2013

Paul Jay talks about the Nuremberg Trials, Bradley Manning and why The Real News can follow facts to their conclusion.

Military Court Finds Manning Not Guilty of “Aiding the Enemy”

July 30, 2013

Larry Wilkerson: Military culture dissuades whistleblowing, verdict is a symptom of the disease of endless war

Manning Found Guilty of Espionage, Faces 100-plus Years In Jail

July 30, 2013

Kevin Gosztola: Verdict’s impact will negatively affect future whistleblowers coming forward and NSA leaker Snowden

Seizure of AP Phone Records Continues Obama Admin’s Attack on Whistleblowers

May 17, 2013

Mark Seibel (McClatchy Newspapers): Seizure of a news organization’s phone records should be illegal as it limits the ability of journalists to investigate and report – something guaranteed by the Constitution

The Rehabilitation of Bush/Cheney

May 6, 2013

Larry Wilkerson: President Obama protected Bush/Cheney from criminal prosecution to protect himself