Is it just me, or is the administration's response to this State Dept-centric leak surpass its response to military leaks? Does an attack on State hit a little closer to home?
At least we --presumably it was we, anyhow-- bothered to launch a DDOS attack against wikileaks' servers, which is more than we did before -- nothing.
Why is Assange still drawing breath?
The leakers in the government and the military have by any reasonable definition committed treason. Can we start calling it treason, at least rhetorically, to emphasize the seriousness of the betrayals?