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ASSANGE EXTRADITION: ‘Free Speech’ in the US Empire is as Illusory as ‘Free-Range’ Eggs
The imprisonment of Julian Assange is the part of the movie where the villain finally reveals their true face for the monster they’ve always been, writes Caitlin Johnstone.
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In 2020, Consortium News celebrates 25 years of journalism, considered the first independent online news site. Our founder, Robert Parry, wrote this short history of the site in 2011, explaining the principles that still guide us.
A Quarter Century of Independent Journalism
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Consortium News is Back Online After Five Days
The website is once again able to publish new material after five days of being locked out of the back end of its site.
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