Wikileaks opens Public Library of US Diplomacy (PLUSD), searchable repository of 1970s US diplomatic and intel documents

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6 Responses to “Wikileaks opens Public Library of US Diplomacy (PLUSD), searchable repository of 1970s US diplomatic and intel documents”

  1. In that artwork I see four not-so-nice people being kicked by a not-so-nice person.

    It’s a shame that groups like Stormfront, and anti-Semites who claim to be libertarians, have taken up the banner of demonizing Lincoln, because while he did some good things, imho he did some pretty horrific things.

    Also, I have no idea if he made the trains run on time.

    http://www.unitednativeamerica.com/issues/lincoln.html

    • Jake0748 says:

       Nice, speedy leap from Wikileaks to Abe Lincoln being responsible for the Trail of Tears.  I was just hoping to say – “Whee!  Can’t wait to dig in to some of this”.  And, “Hang in there Assange”.

      • That piece didn’t claim that Abe Lincoln was responsible for the Trail of Tears.

        Come on, the graphic is pretty clearly showing Lincoln as a social justice warrior.  Personally, I think we need to drop this notion of Lincoln being one miracle away from being a saint.

        Of course, we…could talk about Assange.

    • Avram Grumer says:

       Shane, maybe you’ve got a hate-on for Lincoln, but that’s not what this thread is about.

  2. Search form is hand coded and has a few html errors. Indentation is reasonable. Looks like it has been banged out in vim or similar. Hard to say without examples but this may be a case of Julian coding away from Ecuadorian territory.

  3. -hms- says:

    Ahhhh, just in time for spring cleaning. Scrub away Mr. Sunshine, the beautiful, all-natural disinfectant!

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