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Whistleblowers vs. The State

By Carey Wedler The Anti-Media March 10, 2017   Whistleblowers vs. The State     Immediately after Wikileaks released thousands of documents revealing the extent of CIA surveillance and hacking practices, the government was calling for an investigation — not into why the CIA has amassed so much power, but rather, into who exposed their […]

Whistleblowers vs. The State

The Ethics of Whistleblowing 1

Source: https://mises.org By Ben O’Neill The Ethics of Whistleblowing   [This is Part I of a two-part analysis of ethical and legal questions pertaining to whistleblowers who expose government wrongdoing. The second part of the analysis is here. In this first part of our analysis we look at the principles of contract and confidentiality as […]


Newt Gingrich ~ For The Record

Source: http://1787network.com Newt Gingrich It is with great pleasure that Newt Gingrich is the first Presidential candidate on the never again list. Gingrich is the ultimate political insider. Newt is the establishment. Newt was one of the votes that actually started the department of education, supported the individual mandate and supported the theory of man […]


HouseSpeaker Gingrich ordered 2pay $300,000 for ethics violation 8

Source: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/politics/govt/leadership/stories/012297.htm House Reprimands, Penalizes Speaker By John E. Yang Washington Post Staff Writer Wednesday, January 22 1997; Page A01 The House voted overwhelmingly yesterday to reprimand House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) and order him to pay an unprecedented $300,000 penalty, the first time in the House’s 208-year history it has disciplined a speaker for […]