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A new fault line runs across the United States
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A new fault line runs across the United States
July 8, 2024

Twenty-five out of firty states have passed laws that prohibit gender-affirming surgical procedures for youth, puberty blocking medication, hormone therapies, or all three. In some states, such procedures are considered felony or misdemeanor with physicians facing years in prison and fines up to $15,000. However, somе states have bans that are not enforceable or temporarily blocked.

A monetização do YouTube causa problemas para a soberania brasileira
June 30, 2024

O mero fato de os brasileiros despenderem tanta energia com rede social achando que isso é política já é um atraso para o país.

A monetização do YouTube causa problemas para a soberania brasileira
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YouTube’s monetization jeopardizes Brazilian sovereignty
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YouTube’s monetization jeopardizes Brazilian sovereignty
June 29, 2024

The sheer fact that Brazilians dispend so much energy on social media, thinking that it is politics, is, in itself, a delay for the country.

Assange: I Broke the Law But the Law Is Wrong
June 28, 2024

Julian Assange’s plea deal with the United States was completed before a U.S. federal judge Wednesday on the U.S. possession of the Mariana Islands, reports Joe Lauria.

Assange: I Broke the Law But the Law Is Wrong
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Julian Assange: free at last, but guilty of practicing journalism
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Julian Assange: free at last, but guilty of practicing journalism
June 26, 2024

The ruthless, all-powerful U.S. Intel Apparatus will go no holds barred and take no prisoners to punish anyone, anywhere, who dares to expose imperial crimes.

Julian Assange freed after plea deal with the U.S.
June 26, 2024

Julian Assange walked free from Belmarsh Prison yesterday, where he has been incarcerated for more than five years. Footage posted by WikiLeaks showed the journalist at liberty as he boarded an international flight leaving Britain.

Julian Assange freed after plea deal with the U.S.
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Assange Extradition Raises Questions
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Assange Extradition Raises Questions
June 18, 2024

A British court ruled Wikileaks founder Julian Assange can appeal his extradition to the U.S. How Assange’s case plays out may change both the way Espionage Act cases are defended and the deeper relationship among the Act, the 1A, and a free press.

Why the U.S. wants to sanction HK’s judiciary and the ICC
June 18, 2024

The human mind compartmentalises, according to psychologists, to avoid distress from having to address morally or cognitively conflicting experiences together. That seems to be a prerequisite for holding high office in Washington. It was on full display by US Secretary of State Antony Blinken last week as he testified before both the House Foreign Affairs Committee and the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

Why the U.S. wants to sanction HK’s judiciary and the ICC
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