It’s We The People Wednesday, kittens, and today’s roundup features a whole mess of … mess from the political establishment when it comes to your digital rights. Coffee in hand, tea in Boston Harbour? Excellent, let’s begin. Inside America’s Toughest… Read More ›
Month: April 2015
Even though everyone already knew this was an important case, we had no idea just HOW important it would become (and continues to become) or why.
Originally posted on RED POWER MEDIA:
Before disappearing on Wednesday, the Facebook page had close to 5,000 members and was filled with negative comments about aboriginal people. (iStock) CBC News A Facebook page that attacked aboriginal people in Winnipeg and re-ignited the…
Today at 10:30am Eastern Standard Time, Paul and Leann DeHart, parents of imprisoned Anon and ex-US-soldier Matt DeHart, will cross back over the Peace Bridge from Canada, the land in which they’d hoped to build a new life free of… Read More ›