Journalism and Freedom of the Press hangs in limbo

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The U.S. Constitution. (WYDaily/Courtesy U.S. Air Force)

Love him or hate him but WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s fate is of profound and historical importance and could define the future of the freedom of the press and journalism

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I’m an American disabled combat vet exiled in the UK & a free speech absolutist. I’m also a 3x top writer.

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A Grain of Salt

A Grain of Salt

I’m an American disabled combat vet exiled in the UK & a free speech absolutist. I’m also a 3x top writer.