US Wins Appeal in Julian Assange’s Extradition Reigniting Ongoing Protests

US Wins Appeal in Julian Assange’s Extradition Reigniting Ongoing Protests

The United State’s effort to have WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange extradited seems successful as authorities won the appeal filed earlier this year. A lower court judge’s decision was based solely on the possibility of the defendant being held in a maximum-security prison if he were handed over to the U.S. authorities; the ruling indicated that […]

DHS Intelligence Dossiers of Journalists Unacceptable

DHS Intelligence Dossiers of Journalists Unacceptable

Journalists in America suffer illegally at the hands of local and federal police agencies; they are tear-gassed, beaten, arrested, and harassed all too often. On July 30, 2020, reports leaked of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) compiling intelligence dossiers surfaced — a deplorable assault against the First Amendment. Gabe Rottman, director of the Technology […]

Journalism Is About Speaking the Truth in the Face of Injustice

Journalism Is About Speaking the Truth in the Face of Injustice

Journalism as a career is about reporting the truth in all of its forms. In fact, according to Merriam Webster, one of the definitions of journalism reads, “writing characterized by a direct presentation of facts or description of events without an attempt at interpretation.” A second definition explains it as, “writing designed to appeal to […]

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