Defenders of the values enshrined in the U.S. Constitution – human dignity, individual rights, and liberty.
Bailout Watch is a nonprofit, nonpartisan clearinghouse for news and analysis on federal stimulus and recovery efforts.
As participants aligned with the Shorenstein Center’s Single Subject News Network and colleagues at The War Horse, The Marshall Project, The Trace, Chalkbeat, The Hechinger Report, ProPublica, The Texas Tribune and Reveal from the Center for Investigative Reporting they are part of a network for sharing information. The Center is keenly interested in how nonprofit and independent outlets in communities throughout the nation can engage readers and encourage activists on specific issues
Interdisciplinary examination of the legal, economic, and scientific issues that challenge the health, safety, and environment of people.
OpenSecrets.org follows the money and tracks its effect on public policy.
The Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington see to end the sacrifice of the common good to special interests.
Organizing people to participate in a democracy based on common issues.
Anti-corruption hawks in the federal government. It does not tweet. Accountability through the defense of whistleblowers and activists.
Research Institute and library at The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Publishes declassified FOIA documents. No tweets, Facebook, just history.
Whistleblowers support questions of security weaknesses; and vulnerabilities in intelligence agencies and a long list of critical energy and arsenal facilities. No tweets, Facebook, etc. just hard work truth. No tweets by NSWBC
Disclosure of governmental abuses and environmental damage through lawbreaking. Waste, fraud, and abuse in federal agencies due to special interest political money.
High technology makes the government more accountable and accessible.