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Bradley Manning, finding him not guilty of the most serious charge against him, that of “aiding the enemy,” in leaking thousands of government and military documents. Manning has, however, been found guilty of another 19 charges, including 5 counts of espionage. Manning has been both vilified and lionized during his time in the spotlight and today’s conclusion of his trial will likely bring those two sides back into debate over what Manning’s saga means for the ongoing debate between secrecy and security in the United States. The Private Private First Class Bradley Manning joined the U.S. The Leaks The first leak included videos passed along to Wikileaks showing the U.S. military opening fire on a crowd of mostly unarmed Iraqi civilians. The Charges Treatment In Detention Update. Waging Nonviolence - People-Powered News and Analysis.
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Or it might be small, and explain almost nothing. I'm just throwing it out there. Legally required reserves, if those reserves pay low or no interest, are a tax on banks. The main reason that Canada got rid of required reserves 20 years ago was precisely to eliminate this tax on banks, and to 'level the playing field' between banks and other financial intermediaries. If you put a tax on apples, and not on pears, and if apples and pears are substitutes in both supply and demand, the market will respond by producing fewer apples and more pears. YES! Magazine — Powerful Ideas, Practical Actions — YES! Magazine. Common Causes. The Commoner » The Commoner N. 15 - Winter 2012 - Care Work and the Commons.
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