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- Legitimacy of Saudi Regime Challenged, National Press Club Membership Suspended
- David Albright Questioned on Credentials, Iran Weapons Claims, Record on Israeli Nuclear Weapons — Threatens Stakeout
- There’s a Tax on Band-Aids, Why not on Credit Default Swaps?
- Questioning Ashrawi on Palestinian U.N. Bid: Will You Go to the General Assembly? Is this a PA Ploy?
- Bachmann, Questioned on Impeachment over Libya War: Titanium Spine or Jellyfish?
- Ryan Questioned on Medicare-for-All
- Hoyer Questioned on Bailout, Needs of Regular People and War Powers
- Reich: Denounces Silence on Economic Plight, Calls for New Works Programs, Crits Corporate Tax “Reform” and Clinton Wall Street Dereg, Doesn’t Address Labor’s Lethargy
- Banking Committee Ranking Member Shelby Questioned on Ties to Big Finance, Notes He Voted Against Bailout
- Herman Cain on Wall Street Bailouts and a Camel Going Through the Eye of a Needle
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Tag Archives: WikiLeaks
Jesse Freeston of The Real News joined us on the Stakeout this weekend, asking Congressman McDermott (D-Wash.) his views on WikiLeaks. The Congressman couldn’t speak to the specific nature of the cables Freeston pointed out, but expressed a general sense … Continue reading
This morning, we asked Rep. Van Hollen (D-MD): “Do you think that Julianne Assange of WikiLeaks should be prosecuted under the Espionage Act or some other action that the Justice Department seems to be contemplating?” Van Hollen replied: “If indeed … Continue reading