A far future RPG in which the players play field agents keeping the peace between a dozen civilizations by any means necessary throughout the universe. Also has strong themes of political intrigue, wonder, and responsibility. Published under the Creative Commons v3 license, though you can purchase PDFs of it from DriveThruRpg.com or buy dead trees from lulu.com if you want to support the project.
A well thought out and carefully written paper discussing existential risks to the human race.
A political journal dedicated to analyzing and contextualizing the contents of the leaked US diplomatic cables.
Somebody's trying to start a grassroots campaign for the 2012 presidential election to get Aleister Crowley elected.
MUST-READ: The GOP's new plan to decimate the left, and how to fight back.
Wikistrat appears to be something new - a massively multiple online consultancy. By registering as a subject matter expert and flagging yourself as available you become part of an Internet-wide virtual consultancy. Consulting as part of Wikistrat is realtime and interactive, it's not just answering e-mails from colleagues across the pond. They are now accepting signups to become part of their consultancy staff. More's the point, you earn royalties when your work is accessed and used by clients, so this isn't pro-bono work, you can make a little on the side. To sign up you have to provide a CV as well as a writing sample.
A website that correlates politicians, the resolutions and bills they vote for (and how), who contributed to their campaigns, and how much was contributed.
LittleSis is a site and mapping engine that data mines contributions, payments, and influence between political figures, lobbyists, contributions, and the very wealthy. Good for finding out who owns which politician, or which ones to "invest" in.
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An OSINT blog about North Korea. It might be worth tasking Lifeline or Little Sister with sifting their blogs for salient or interesting information.
Rap News - funny, insightful, and speaking truth to power with hip-hop, silly costumes, and occasionally surprise guests.
OONI is a project for collecting and analyzing data pertaining to Internet censorship and surveillance around the world. The project aims to determine and chart just what measures are in place where and how effective they are.
Their source code reside in a Git repository at torproject.org.
The site is also accessible through this Tor hidden service: http://5m4rylprkig4swgg.onion/
A blog about the increasing influence of politics upon science of the environment.
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