Does he intend to disable what he considers a corrupt system? I was interested to have that explained on air by someone who is sympathetic to Assange’s views.

She doesn’t have any children so far and has always answered in silence when asked about.

Hot and gorgeous at the height of five feet one inch, this beautiful reporter is always dressed formally and in a simple manner.

Last night’s discussion about Wiki Leaks founder Julian Assange’s book deal and his philosophy triggered an online debate and prompted a blog post by one of the guests.

Some thoughts: 1) Glenn Greewald suggests that I am among those “leading the crusade against the transparency brought about by Wiki Leaks.” This is an unfair accusation.

She also reported from the battleground in Iraq during which she admitted how she was pressurized from her former employer to report on only positive aspect of war. She is one of the admired journalist who won 2010 Grace Award for her story on intersection of women and politics.

This caught her into controversy for which she later stated of being interpreted in other way. She was at first employed as a Capitol Hill correspondent on 2007.

Augustine-by-the-Sea Elementary School in Santa Monica. She also was an attendant of The Westlake Schools for Girls in Los Angeles and was president during her graduating class.

This lovely lady is Harvard College magna cum laude graduate and member of Phi Beta Kappa. Though she faced many problems and struggled hard at her initial phase, she afterwards rose as a big shot. She was the chief White House correspondent based in Washington bureau of CNN. During her tenure, she covered America’s Choice 2012 election reporting on President Obama’s campaign and also covered stories on political issue, administration, and cultural values; she was the national political correspondent of CNN in 2009.

After Julian Assange accepted a book deal from a corporate publisher, we asked Greenwald on to address that news and answer some larger questions.