The WikiLeaks publisher is only guilty of one thing, writes James Bovard — violating the U.S. government’s divine right to blindfold the American people.
Tag: James Bovard
Sham Surveillance Safeguards Vs. Tucker Carlson
James Bovard skewers the civil liberties watchdog board, calling it the same kind of lap dog as the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.
A Jan 6 Congressional Commission Would Have Been Bogus
With an eye on the 9/11 Commission, James Bovard says a facade of truth can be more dangerous than no disclosure at all.
George W. Bush’s Shameful Legacy in Afghanistan
If there is any justice, the name of the former president will live in infamy, writes James Bovard.
Troops in Washington Are Disaster Waiting to Happen
There are plenty of malevolent actors here and abroad who would relish seeing martial law declared, writes James Bovard.
‘Extremism’ as a Ticket to Tyrannize
The term has long been invoked by politicians to sanctify their own power, writes James Bovard.
Barack Obama & the Death of Idealism
The former president’s deception and warmongering killed the “hope and change” he promised on the campaign trail, writes James Bovard.
Declassify America’s Dirty Secrets in Syria to Stop a Biden War
Jim Bovard urges Trump to open the files to provide activism ammo for the vast numbers of Americans who vehemently oppose forever wars.
The Korean War’s Forgotten Lessons on the Evil of Intervention
The secrecy and deceit surrounding U.S. war crimes has had catastrophic consequences in this century, writes James Bovard.