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Pardon From Obama Not Likely for Manning

Unlikely that Obama will pardon Private Manning Chelsea Manning, formerly known as Bradley Manning, was sentenced to 35 years in prison on August 21, 2013. Now, Pvt. Manning and his attorney David Coombs are moving for a pardon from President Obama. Manning was convicted on 20 of 22 charges, 6 of which were charges under the Espionage Act. On September 4th, Manning formally appealed to President Obama for a pardon.… Read More »

Manning Gets 35 Years

Bradley Manning gets sentenced to 35 years in prison The U.S. government has really showed just how vindictive and authoritarian it can be. The U.S. asked for 60 years for Private Manning but he instead received a 35 year sentence which is still a travesty. Bradley Manning exposed the malfeasance within our government, and the murderous crimes that were being committed. Crimes against humanity. The “Collateral Murder” video was a… Read More »

‘War on Whistleblowers’ Continues

Obama’s embittered attack on whistleblowers continues With the controversial verdict in the Trayvon Martin Shooting trial of George Zimmerman, the mainstream media has flooded the public with the trial and the dramatic developments throughout, and even stoked the flames of stereotypes and racial hatred, and has caught the attention and emotions of the general public. Moving forward, we must not allow the mainstream media to distract us or make us… Read More »

Michael Vick’s Social Condemnation

The Social Destruction of Michael Vick Michael Vick is a quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles. A former star quarterback for the Atlanta Falcons, Michael Vick was convicted for dog fighting and other animal abuses, and served 21 months in prison, in 2007. After Michael Vick was released on parole, he had community service obligations as well as counseling. Despite all of this, he was still shunned by many in the… Read More »