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    Sept 11 scholar Jon Gold returns to the show to explain some of the continuing lies, and lingering unanswered questions, nearly 18 years after the 9/11 attacks. Then we air… The post Jon Gold – The Continuing Lies and Unanswered Questions of the 9/11 Attacks appeared first on Project Censored.
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    On this episode of Along the Line, Dr. Dreadlocks Nicholas Baham III, Dr. Nolan Higdon, and Janice Domingo outline Facebook’s history and analyze Julian Assange of Wikileaks and the ways in which… The post Episode 33: Assange show as Spy or journalist? appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Episode 31: RussiaGate: An Abject Failure of Journalism June 7, 2019
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  • Episode 30: The 2020 Candidates ep 3: Joe Biden; Elizabeth Warren; and Amy Klobuchar May 31, 2019
    On this episode of Along the Line, Dr. Dreadlocks Nicholas Baham III, Dr. Nolan Higdon, and Janice Domingo analyze some of the  the presidential candidates running in the 2020 primary including Joe… The post Episode 30: The 2020 Candidates ep 3: Joe Biden; Elizabeth Warren; and Amy Klobuchar appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • The Deep State and the Doomsday Machine: A Conversation between Peter Dale Scott and Daniel Ellsberg May 28, 2019
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  • Communists link saving planet to slashing military June 23, 2019
    CHICAGO – At the 31st CPUSA National Convention, delegates made it clear that the struggle against climate change is also a struggle for peace. In order to save the planet from ecological disaster, the military budget must be massively cut. As the U.S. has been starting wars around the world for decades, it’s fitting that […]
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  • Iranian rep says a U.S. attack would hurt not help democracy June 23, 2019
    CHICAGO—Iranian workers fight a combination of autocracy, massive deindustrialization, joblessness, currency devaluation, and a huge slump in pay, a speaker from the country’s Tudeh (Communist) Party said yesterday at the 31st national convention here of the Communist Party USA. If U.S. President Donald Trump moves from saber-rattling against Iran to actual war, loyalists to the […]
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  • Communist Party chair declares at convention: “Trump can go to hell!” June 22, 2019
    CHICAGO—Communist Party members must use this “pivotal moment” in history to help bring about a “democratic and transformative upsurge” to radically shift politics and mass thinking in the United States, party chair John Bachtell told delegates gathered here for the organization’s 31st National Convention. With a series of interconnecting crises facing the world—including the escalating […]
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  • Eyewitness report: The birth of the Daily Worker June 22, 2019
    The following is an interview conducted in January 1984 with Art Shields (1888-1988), then aged 95, a veteran labor journalist who was on the original staff of the Daily Worker (predecessor of People’s World) when it rolled off the presses for the first time on January 13, 1924. The interview was conducted by Mike Zagarell, […]
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  • Communist Party USA celebrates its 100th birthday at Chicago convention June 22, 2019
    CHICAGO—More than 300 delegates and guests opened the Communist Party USA’s 100th anniversary convention in Chicago on Friday, emphasizing their backing of the Green New Deal, full legalization of all immigrants, protecting voting rights, and other issues. That agenda developed through speeches and in the discussion of resolutions put before the convention. But no one […]
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  • Pro-choice groups fear for abortion rights June 21, 2019
    SAN FRANCISCO—-Millions of low-income women nationwide face a GOP Trump administration gag rule on their abortion rights following a federal appeals court ruling on June 20 — maybe. That’s because while a three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld, at least for now, Trump’s gag rule, the panel’s decision isn’t permanent. […]
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  • Immigration enforcement funded far better than labor law enforcement June 21, 2019
    One clear way to understand the priorities of a government is to look at how it spends money. If it’s true as they say that “budgets are moral documents,” then this Congress and administration do not place much value on worker rights or working conditions. A comparative analysis of 2018 federal budget data reveals that […]
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  • Pompeo ready to undermine any country he doesn’t like June 21, 2019
    U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is sounding more like a Toy Story character every day: Pull a string, hear one of seven prerecorded phrases. But what’s coming out of his mouth is far more dangerous — and yes I am including Woody’s catchphrase, “Somebody’s poisoned the waterhole.” Pompeo’s phrasebook may be limited, but it’s […]
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  • ‘The Central Park Five,’ now an astounding world premiere opera June 21, 2019
    SAN PEDRO, Calif.—I have seen a lot of opera in my lifetime, and I can honestly say I have never been so emotionally overwhelmed as I was Saturday night, June 15, by the world premiere Long Beach Opera production of composer Anthony Davis and librettist Richard Wesley’s The Central Park Five. The opera is based […]
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  • Trump ordered strikes on Iran but backed away in last minute June 21, 2019
    President Trump approved military strikes against Iran that were in their early stages at 7 p.m. last night but backed off in the last minute when U.S. ships were already waiting to launch missiles and the Pentagon’s warplanes were already in the air. There is no proof either way whether the president backed off because […]
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