Andrew Stewart: The Public Pension Reform Scheme is Coming Your Way

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  • Principles of Journalism on Trial/2020 Banned Books Week September 21, 2020
    Mickey’s guest for the first half of the program is Kevin Gosztola, managing editor of  www.shadowproof.com who is covering the UK extradition trial of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. The Trump Administration… The post Principles of Journalism on Trial/2020 Banned Books Week appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Episode 107 – Decolonizing Education and the CIA’s Operation Sea Spray with Gerardo Munoz September 15, 2020
    On today’s episode, Nicholas Baham II (Dr. Dreadlocks), Janice Domingo, and Nolan Higdon discuss decolonizing education and the CIA’s Operation Sea Spray with Gerardo Munoz. Along The Line is a non-profit,… The post Episode 107 – Decolonizing Education and the CIA’s Operation Sea Spray with Gerardo Munoz appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Unresolved 911 Issues September 14, 2020
    With the September 11, 2001 attacks now nineteen years past, Mickey hosts two truth-and-accountability activists still at work on unresolved issues. Author and activist Jon Gold reviews the many failures of… The post Unresolved 911 Issues appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Episode 106 – The Anatomy of Fake News and Parallax Views with J.G. Michael September 12, 2020
    On today’s episode, Nicholas Baham II (Dr. Dreadlocks), Janice Domingo, and Nolan Higdon discuss Higdon’s latest book “The Anatomy of Fake News: A Critical News Education” and the Parallax Views… The post Episode 106 – The Anatomy of Fake News and Parallax Views with J.G. Michael appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Destructive Media Deregulation – With Sue Wilson September 10, 2020
    Reporter-turned-media-reformer Sue Wilson joins the program to remind listeners that in spite of extensive and destructive media deregulation, radio and TV stations still have a legal obligation to serve the… The post Destructive Media Deregulation – With Sue Wilson appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Episode 105 – Avoiding The COVID-15 with Dr. Colleen Sweeney September 5, 2020
    On today’s episode, Nicholas Baham II (Dr. Dreadlocks), Janice Domingo, and Nolan Higdon discuss healthy approaches to quarantine during the COVID-19 shelter in place with University of California Davis’ Colleen… The post Episode 105 – Avoiding The COVID-15 with Dr. Colleen Sweeney appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • From the Political Conventions to Civil Unrest: Corporate Media Still Manufacturing Consent August 31, 2020
    How do establishment media outlets frame and curate our reality? How prevalent is propaganda, and censorship in the US, at a time when we desperately need transparent factual reporting? In… The post From the Political Conventions to Civil Unrest: Corporate Media Still Manufacturing Consent appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Episode 104 – What are We Voting For? Analyzing The 2020 Conventions and Platforms August 29, 2020
    On today’s episode, Nicholas Baham II (Dr. Dreadlocks), Janice Domingo, and Nolan Higdon analyze the DNC and RNC conventions and platforms. Along The Line is a non-profit, education-based podcast that… The post Episode 104 – What are We Voting For? Analyzing The 2020 Conventions and Platforms appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Episode 103 – Kamala Harris with Robin Andersen August 24, 2020
    On today’s episode, Nicholas Baham II (Dr. Dreadlocks), Janice Domingo, and Nolan Higdon host Fordam University’s Robin Andersen. Along The Line is a non-profit, education-based podcast that provides listeners with… The post Episode 103 – Kamala Harris with Robin Andersen appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Pandemic Pod People: Invasion of the School Snatchers August 18, 2020
    With no national plan to control the pandemic, nor a coherent program to reopen schools safely, the Trump Administration has trapped school districts in a Sophie’s Choice: to open schools… The post Pandemic Pod People: Invasion of the School Snatchers appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Maduro claims CIA spy arrested with explosives near oil refinery September 21, 2020
    Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said on Saturday that authorities had detained a former United States Marine and CIA operative after he was caught spying on two oil refineries. Speaking on national television, the Bolivarian leader said: “He was captured with heavy weapons, specialty weapons. He was captured with a great amount of cash in dollars […]
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  • Mass USPS mask mailing nixed by Trump could have cut COVID deaths by 88% September 21, 2020
    A late-March and early-April plan by the USPS to mail five free reusable masks to every household in America, blocked by Trump who wanted to downplay the virus, has resulted in tens of thousands of deaths that could have been avoided. The scuttled safety measure was exposed by the dump of thousands of documents from […]
    Mark Gruenberg
  • Erich Maria Remarque’s anti-war novel ‘All Quiet on the Western Front’ September 21, 2020
    World War I was termed the war that would end all wars, so great was the horror of this new, diabolical stage of industrial annihilation. We know today that without seriously addressing the causes of war, the greed for new markets and spheres of power, wars will continue, no matter what. However, WWI gave birth […]
    Jenny Farrell
  • The environmental legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsberg September 21, 2020
    The passing of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg means the nation’s highest court has lost a staunch advocate for women’s rights and civil rights. Ginsburg was a tireless worker, who continued to serve on the bench through multiple bouts of cancer. She also leaves behind a complicated environmental legacy, as Environment and Energy News (E&E […]
    Jordan Davidson
  • The possibility that Trump will not voluntarily leave September 21, 2020
    Yes. This is a presidential election between Joe Biden and Donald Trump. Yes. This is an election about health care, education, the economy, climate change, criminal justice, and so many other important issues. More importantly, however, this is an election about whether or not we retain American democracy. This is an election we must not […]
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  • Tediously analyzing Biden won’t get us far; it’s time to mobilize and organize September 21, 2020
    Knocking on doors in my diverse, low- to middle-income working-class neighborhood, almost everyone I talk to says they will vote to dump Trump and elect Biden-Harris. The next six weeks will see a struggle critical to the future of our country and all of humanity. Claims to leadership in the post-election struggles will be judged […]
    Art Perlo
  • ILWU members ratify industry’s first-ever veterinary workers contract September 21, 2020
    VANCOUVER, Wash.—Call it the veterinary workers’ victory in Vancouver. By a 53-1 margin, workers at Columbia River Veterinary Specialists in the Washington city ratified the first-ever union contract in the private veterinary industry. The vote among the workers, members of the International Longshore and Warehouse Local 5, came after more than 15 months of bargaining, […]
    Mark Gruenberg
  • New California laws: Family leave, COVID protections, tax credits for undocumented September 21, 2020
    Among bills Gov. Gavin Newsom signed into law last week are measures to strengthen family leave provisions for California workers, to require companies to tell their workers if they have been exposed to COVID-19, and to increase access to workers compensation benefits for workers exposed on the job. When Senate Bill 1383, by State Sen. […]
    Marilyn Bechtel
  • RBG’s death: A time to mourn but also to organize September 21, 2020
    Immediately upon hearing of the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the night of Rosh Hashanah, thousands massed spontaneously in front of the Supreme Court building in Washington to mourn. They recognized, and on Sunday Joe Biden reminded us, that the first person to die in the Jewish New Year is a soul of […]
    John Wojcik
  • Coup figurehead drops out as Morales’s Socialists set to win Bolivian presidency September 18, 2020
    Bolivia’s coup President Jeanine Añez has dropped out of next month’s presidential elections after polls showed her scraping just over 5% of the vote. Añez, who was appointed by the army after it forced just re-elected president Evo Morales from power last November, said she was withdrawing “to ensure there is a winner who defends […]
    Ben Chacko
  • The NBA’s Black Power
    That’s Breonna Taylor on Jamal Murray’s sneakers. by Ann Garrison On Aug. 26, the third ... Read More...
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