Italian journalist and friend of Julian Assange Stefania Maurizi writes an interesting overview of WikiLeaks, and illustrates well how injust the exile, imprisonment, and torture of whistleblowers and publishers is, while the perpetrators of the exposed crimes live freely and profit
Bernie Sanders’ opening remarks at the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee’s hearing titled, “No Company Is Above the Law: The Need to End Illegal Union Busting at Starbucks.”
It falls to Moscow and Kyiv alone to make peace. This can be accomplished by way of the 12 points in China’s position paper—a ceasefire, negotiations, a mutually satisfactory settlement, adherence to international law, provisions for reconstruction. Can you hear the wind whistling past your ears as China steps forward as a global diplomatic power, and as relations such as China’s and Russia’s advance? I can. My seatbelt is fastened, for there is more, much more to come.
Public complicity with systems of environmental destruction and foolish foreign policy will kill us all and it’ll be too late. It’s not yet too late, let’s not regret taking this opportunity to recognize our common interest of survival, and prioritize this over our petty ideological differences.
Bernie Sanders’ opening remarks at the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee hearing on drug pricing.
Chief executive Albert Bourla said Manchin and Schumer were “wrong” to “single out” the pharmaceutical industry in seeking cost savings for the government.