Last week, legendary whistle blower and current plaintiff in the Hedges v. Obama trial, spoke out about the effect perpetual war, governmental secrecy, and executive overreach is having on our civil liberties. The picture he painted was even less
February 14, 2013

Last week, legendary whistle blower and current plaintiff in the Hedges v. Obama trial, spoke out about the effect perpetual war, governmental secrecy, and executive overreach is having on our civil liberties. The picture he painted was even less attractive than "Dubbia in the Bath". Fortunately he believes at least one of Obama's cabinet appointments is a promising sign for a policy shift. In this our latest version of Absurdity Today, we bring you our OWN picks for a dream team cabinet and show Ellsberg's poignant response to our suggesting him for Secretary of Defense.

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