Reporters Without Borders Condems WikiLeaks … Sort Of


By now, everyone has heard of Julian Assange, the contemptible world traveler who has made it his goal in life to publish dubiously secured documents to the Internet, often edited and without context. His site, WikiLeaks (which I won’t link to here, because … ick) recently published roughly 92,000 US military documents, many of which … Continue reading

The 10 Biggest Dicks of the Leftist Media


(NOTE: Please read my comment attached to the end of this post!) Now that Right Wing News has published a list of the The 20 Hottest Conservative Women In The New Media (2010 Edition), and Liberty Pundits quickly followed with its list: Hot Men 2010: The Hottest Conservative Men, it’s time for a list for … Continue reading

Freedom of the Press Threatened Yet Again

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In April, a New Jersey appellate court ruled that a blogger posting information about a software pornography company wasn’t covered by the state’s Shield Law, which protects journalists from having to revel their sources, among other things. The court concluded the blogger’s postings were more in the style of a “letter to the editor” than … Continue reading