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Posts Tagged ‘Democratic National Committee’

The President Show: The WikiLeaks Press Conference, Live from Berlin

Tuesday, October 4th, 2016

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It did seem like the press conference held in Berlin early on the morning of October 4, 2016, was more an argument for being pardoned than a forum for dropping a new bombshell on the campaign of Hillary Clinton. From Fox News:

Anyone who stayed up late or got up early anticipating an “October Surprise” from WikiLeaks heard no bombshells from the organization’s founder in an overnight appearance via video.

Julian Assange, who was originally planning to make an announcement from the balcony of the Ecuadorean Embassy in London where he has lived for five years, instead appeared via videolink at a Berlin conference commemorating the leaked email clearinghouse’s 10-year anniversary.

Despite widespread speculation he would reveal game-changing information on Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, Assange’s 3 a.m. ET appearance featured no new revelations, although he did promise to publish information regarding the presidential election “every week for the next 10 weeks.”

Assange said he will publish documents regarding at least three governments before the end of the year.

“The documents themselves are revealing, but also the government/state reactions to the releases are revealing also,” he said.

Assange denied that he was specifically targeting Clinton with his document dumps, insisting that some of his statements have been misconstrued. He added that WikiLeaks will publish leaked documents on war, oil, Google and mass surveillance in addition to the U.S. election.

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Hillary Clinton On “Between The Ferns”

Thursday, September 22nd, 2016

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A Note On Transparency

Thursday, January 28th, 2016

The hard thing about Transparency is that it is not a one way street in terms of traditional American Political Ideology. Union action in large public projects is as much of an issue as Citizens United. If Americans want true transparency in public spending in the United States (arguably amazingly valuable to the country’s well being) we have to get rid of Citizen United, make lobbying transparent and an open part of the process, and insure Union–and all contractor–transparency as well. ALL difficult and courageous objectives. But they are not part of a standard Democratic or Republican dialog. It’s a Third Way Road. These are things that Bernie Sanders won’t tell you, incidentally, and they may play a very big part in this next Presidential election.

Teddy

Milon Henry Levine writes and makes films and photographs on politics, public work and transparency in public spending.

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