Photos of Joshua Schulte from his now deleted social media profiles.
War on Whistleblowers

Price of Coming Forward: Joshua Schulte’s Past Whistleblowing Comes Back to Haunt Him

The only evidence linking Joshua Schulte to the Wikileaks Vault 7 release is his use of an encrypted Tor browser and that he blew the whistle about CIA security vulnerabilities through the proper channels years before.

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Documents Expose New Efforts to Undermine Public Worker Unions

The Koch Brothers and other right-wing groups have budgeted approximately $80 million for 66 so-called think tanks nationwide, specifically for their campaign to get public union members to quit.

Documents Expose New Efforts to Undermine Public Worker Unions

Several months ago, Maxford Nelson, executive director of a right-wing think tank, the Freedom Foundation, showed up at a Washington state legislative committee hearing to oppose a bill to make dues checkoff easier for the state’s public workers. The lawmakers jumped on him, questioning what he was even doing there, since the foundation is

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Blowback: The Costs of War Continue to Soar in the Trump Era

The costs of America’s wars, still spreading in the Trump era, are incalculable and go far beyond the trillions spent on perpetuating America’s wars.

Blowback: The Costs of War Continue to Soar in the Trump Era

As I was putting the finishing touches on my new book, the Costs of War Project at Brown University’s Watson Institute published an estimate of the taxpayer dollars that will have gone into America’s war on terror from September 12, 2001, through fiscal year 2018. That figure: a cool 

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Lawsuit: Trump Using New Citizenship Question on Census to Raise Campaign Cash

Republican President Donald Trump – days before his Commerce Department announced the Census Bureau’s citizenship questions – used his approval of the query as a tactic to raise campaign cash.

Lawsuit: Trump Using New Citizenship Question on Census to Raise Campaign Cash

NEW YORK — Not content with intimidating Hispanic-named people with a loaded citizenship question on the 2020 U.S. Census, Republican President Donald Trump – 10 days before his Commerce Department announced its decision – used his approval of the query as a tactic to raise campaign cash. Trump then repeated his boast in yet

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