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On 9/11 Anniversary, Anti-War Group Says 'Cut the Pentagon for People, Planet, and Peace'

"We must learn from the horrifying consequences of U.S. war and begin down a path towards peace."

Brett Wilkins ·

As Drone Whistleblower Daniel Hale Pleads Guilty, Advocates Warn of 'Profound Threat' to Free Press

"Using the Espionage Act in this way to prosecute journalists' sources as spies chills newsgathering and discourages sources from coming forward with information in the public interest."

Brett Wilkins ·

Human Rights Advocates to Biden: No Torture Defenders Allowed

"Their appointment would undermine the rule of law and U.S. credibility around the world. It would be a callous rebuke to... all those who care about human rights and the protection of basic dignity."

Brett Wilkins ·

Despite Torture-Loving Pasts, Schumer Not Pushing Democrats to Oppose Pompeo or Haspel

Trump's nominees for secretary of state and CIA director have alarming pasts, but the Senate Minority Leader isn't encouraging his party to oppose their nominations

Andrea Germanos ·

CIA Torture Whistleblower: 'Quest for Peace Must Be Part of Election'

"Our country is in crisis," John Kiriakou says

Andrea Germanos ·

Whistleblower Wife and Allies Demand #PardonForJeffrey at White House Gate

"An innocent man who dedicated his life to serving the United States has been wrongfully jailed under President Obama's watch," Holly Sterling declares

Deirdre Fulton ·

How Govt Crackdown on Whistleblowers Betrays Public Interest: Report

Armed with the vague language of the Espionage Act, which is 'extremely difficult' to defend against, the Obama administration has prosecuted more whistleblowers than any other president

Nadia Prupis ·

The Sad Fate of America’s Whistleblowers

History may smile on these guardians of the public trust, but during their lifetimes they remain outcasts.

John Kiriakou ·

Mouth Wide Shut

Under Obama, whistleblowers face a total of 751 months behind bars—compared to 24 months for all other whistleblowers combined since the American Revolution.

John Feffer ·

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