is reshaping the political map, nationally and internationally.
Clinton has announced she will not continue public service after leaving her Sec. State job. Ironically it seems to me that she's the perfect individual to repair relations with other countries in the wake of the Wikileaks revelations. Her frankness in discussing hers and others' self-interests reminds national groups of their common need for each other.
Ron Paul has come out in support of Wikileaks, a sign that the Tea Party coalition is breaking up in the face of a test between cultural purity and hypocrisy. TIME Magazine's positive report on the magazine is an indication that "intellectual middle America" (read, the ideological meeting of the minds between conservative and liberal reformers) approves of the disclosures and Wikileak's general mission/philosophy.
There is reason to believe that Assange will be able to amount the costliest criminal defense in history, probably dwarfing even O.J. Simpson. The government's case against him is very weak...; however because he is a foreign national it is probable there will be efforts to try him before a grand jury, so as to evade public sympathy. It would be a clear sign that the government is trying to hide something NOT in the national interest.
Wikileaks has announced that a hundred thousand computer enthusiasts around the world are on tap to release the cables should something happen to either Assange or it. Assange has managed to dent nationalism itself by mounting the first international crusade against corruption.
Eagerly awaiting the Bank of America docs.