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The Persecution Of Assange And The Feckless MSM (September 21, 2020)

September 21, 2020

. . . K          “Most media outlets are not concerned about press freedom because they are completely free to say precisely what they are directed to say.” J          “The only journalists commenting on the most critical freedom of the press case of our time are commentators such as award-winning Caitlin Johnstone and historian […]

Alex J. / J. Assange And The First Amendment (August 13, 2018)

August 13, 2018

. . . K          “I don’t think I would like him.” J          “Me neither.” . . . J          “Which is, of course, the point.  Reflect on the principle not on the principal.  The Supreme Court looks at the principal not at the principle.” K          “That is the Supreme Court for you.” […]

Sixth Annual Pushitzer Prize In Commentary For 2021 (June 7, 2021)

June 7, 2021

. . . K          “The envelope please.  . . .  This year’s Pushitzer Prize in Commentary is awarded to . . . Pepe Escobar . . . for stirring the pot, asking hard questions, demanding answers, rejecting lies, spotlighting uncomfortable truths, comforting the afflicted and afflicting the comfortable.  And being a journalist.” . . […]

Oh, And Happy May Day And World Press Freedom Day! (May 3, 2021)

May 3, 2021

. . . K          “Let us also proclaim it National Irony Days.  I cannot remember a time when there were more restrictions and road blocks by public and private entities on free speech.  The technology makes it so easy to throw a switch and disconnect a citizen.” J          “Exercising your right of free […]

Sixth Annual “Cameo In Courage” Award For 2021 (April 5, 2021)

April 5, 2021

. . . K          “The envelope please.  . . .  This year, the ‘Cameo In Courage’ Award is awarded to . . . Daniel Hale, the whistleblower who exposed the government’s drone assassination program at considerable cost to himself.” J          “Will there come a time when such individuals are hailed as Great Americans […]

The “D” Division Invades The Swamp. The War On America Is On In America (January 25, 2021)

January 25, 2021

. . . K          “The ‘D’ Division rolled into Fort Swamp last Wednesday without much genuine fanfare or even many fans.  Attendance at the Emperor’s coronation looked like a Bideni campaign rally last fall.” J          “To the accompaniment of more centurions than the Empire acknowledges in its many overseas wars of choice.  A […]

Covid-19 PanICdemic/Plague: What Is A [Labor Day] Weekend? (September 7, 2020)

September 7, 2020

. . . J          “The appeal of that show is still beguiling, yet the series appealed to the whole family wholeheartedly and to me.  ‘What is a weekend?’, the Dowager at Downton Abbey inquired at dinner.  What was a declining way of life for the wealthy is now an emerging way of life for […]

Fifth Annual “Cameo In Courage” Award For 2020 (July 6, 2020)

July 6, 2020

[Google continues to block access (except on July 2 and 3!?) to https://e-commentary.org/ with no justification or recourse.] . . . K          “The envelope please.  . . .  This year, the ‘Cameo In Courage’ Award is awarded to . . . Doctor Chris Martenson at Peak Prosperity who has presented and continues to present […]

Covid-19 PanICdemic/Plague:  An Exclusive Interview With . . . Mr. COVID-19.  Save The United States Postal Service (April 13, 2020)

April 13, 2020

. . . Interviewer:             “Good morning, listeners.  We have the distinct pleasure of presenting for his first public speaking appearance an exclusive interview with . . . Mr. COVID-19 . . . who has been in the news recently.  Mr. COVID-19, welcome to the Banal Banterings radio hour.” Mr. COVID-19:        “Totally.” Interviewer:            “A few […]

Seeing 2020:  Profiles In Cowardice; Profiles In Courage.  Oh, And Happy Valentine’s Day! (February 10, 2020)

February 10, 2020

. . . Hi _________! John Lewis. Gerald Ford. Gabrielle Giffords. John McCain. Mitch Landrieu. Barack Obama. George H. W. Bush. Nancy Pelosi. What do these inspiring elected officials (and others!) have in common? They all served or continue to serve the public courageously, fighting for justice and putting the greater good ahead of their […]