Recent actions by Facebook to monitor activity on the web and share our private information with our personal contacts and marketers, tells us quite clearly that the new media giants cannot be trusted.
An early victim of the War on Drugs who faced 20 years to life in prison for giving two joints to an undercover policewoman, Sinclair served 29 months of a 9-1/2-to-10-year sentence before his legal victory on appeal changed the law for good.
Keith and Arianna analyze and ridicule Karl Rove's latest attempt to re-write the history of the origins of the Iraq War. "This the work of a shameless and perhaps soulless political animal," says Huffington.
Olbermann took over the airwaves this Sunday, headlining Sunday Night Football and appearing on Family Guy and The Simpsons, where in a nightmare sequence he names Marge, "the worst person in the world."
Former White House press secretary's bombshell book exposes Bush's direct involvement in the criminal leak of Valerie Plame's identity and much, much more. Will McClellan be John Dean to Bush's Richard Nixon?