Pushing for whistleblowing in the nation’s capital, the new organization ExposeFacts, part of the Institute for Public Accuracy, has funded 13 billboards near Capitol Hill, the Justice Department, the White House, the Government Accountability Office, the Defense Intelligence Agency, the State Department, a popular bookstore at Dupont Circle and other prominent locations. The six-foot billboards display a message from Pentagon Papers whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg: “Don’t do what I did. Don’t wait until a new war has started, don’t wait until thousands more have died, before you tell the truth with documents that reveal lies or crimes or internal projections of costs and dangers. You might save a war’s worth of lives.” Expose Facts bills itself as "For Whistleblowing, Journalism and Democracy. Learn more at www.exposefacts.org.