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V.22 No.9 |

News

The Daily Word in the Pope's departure, police in elementary schools and Miss YouPorn

The Daily Word

Farewell to the Pope!

Bradley Manning pleads guilty to leaking government secrets.

Los Lunas police infiltrate elementary schools.

So, that wasn't hospital staff that just walked by?

Those Roswell fires could be arson.

Miss Teen Delaware could be the next Miss YouPorn?

V.21 No.48 |

News

The Daily Word in typhoons, down votes and Russian drivers

The Daily Word

Powerful typhoon leaves hundreds dead or missing in the Philippines.

Senate Republicans voted down an
international treaty banning discrimination against people with disabilities.

The rest of the world is pointing and laughing.

Supporters of Egypt's President Morsi confronted opponents camped outside the presidential palace, and things got violent.

Money may have been the top factor keeping House Republican women out of leadership positions.

Daniel Ellsberg calls Bradley Manning a hero.

The upcoming state legislative session could include election law changes.

New koala.

Mapping drones permitted for use here in the U.S.

Your TV is listening.

NYC, buried in carbon emissions.

This month's war frontlines photo-dispatches.

"Driving in Russia." [All 13 minutes are totally worth watching.]

I think I like this band.

Missed high fives.

The year's best book lists.

Southeastern Ohio Bigfoot Investigation Society.

Aren't you also "clamoring" for Pizza Hut perfume?

V.20 No.10 |

NEWS

The Daily Word 3.12.11: Japanese exploding reactor; experts agree Gaddafi can't win in the long-term due to probable Central America-in-the-80's-tinged military support of rebels; Iron Maiden birthday

The Daily Word

One of the damaged Japanese nuclear reactors exploded. Officials say everything is OK -but here's some iodine anyway.

High Water Everywhere.

"Qadafi will prevail." Here's a list of the 112 ways to spell his goddamn name.

Newt Gingrich says he cheated on his wife because he was working too hard for America.

Intellectual property law and American world hegemony.

Super cool Australian mugshots from the early 1920's.

Amnesty International is on Robert Gates' ass over Wikileaker Bradley Manning's living conditions/torture which involves "forced prolonged nudity."

A Texas state representative has introduced a bill making non-medically necessary abortion illegal.

Daylight Saving Time, not Daylight Savings Time. Reminder.

South by Southwest. The meat market badge.

On this day in 1957, Steve Harris, Bassist and chief songwriter for Iron Maiden was born.

V.19 No.51 |

The Daily Word 12.25.10: Christmas edition

The Daily Word

Let's get this out of the way.

Horribly trippy Christmas: How can he be saved?

Don Cherry visited Canadian troops in Afghanistan.

Whadya mean "who's Don Cherry?"

Of course Santa didn't rob the local bar!

This model said she "would really like to do beer advertising." She was found dead at the Busch mansion last weekend.

Suspected wikileaker Bradley Manning is fucked.

Frank Bessac died earlier this month.

147 year old message from Confederate commander to Confederate general finally decoded: "I can't help you...."

Round up of the ten stupidest fast food inventions this year. Well, nine. I don't think the McRib counts.

How can you be two places at once when you're not anywhere at all? That's America, buddy.