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  • Global Civil War: Capitalism Post Pandemic May 17, 2022
    Mickey is joined for the hour by former co-host Peter Phillips and University of California, Santa Barbara sociologist William I. Robinson. They discuss Robinson’s new book “Global Civil War: Capitalism… The post Global Civil War: Capitalism Post Pandemic appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • PayPal, US/NATO, Biden’s Disinformation Governance Board, Roe vs. Wade, and More – Featuring Guests Alan MacLeod, Steve Macek, and Shealeigh Voitl May 9, 2022
    Mickey’s first guest is Alan MacLeod, senior writer for MintPress News, speaks about PayPal’s sudden cutoff of service to MintPress, Consortium News, and other journalism sites that publish antiwar opinions… The post PayPal, US/NATO, Biden’s Disinformation Governance Board, Roe vs. Wade, and More – Featuring Guests Alan MacLeod, Steve Macek, and Shealeigh Voitl appeared first […]
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  • Book Banning on the Rise in the US May 6, 2022
    This week’s show is excerpted from a recent online panel discussion for the Sonoma County Library and Lumacon! in Northern California about efforts to ban certain books, keeping them from… The post Book Banning on the Rise in the US appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Special Guests Valena Beety, Geoff Davidian, and Dr. Margaret Flowers April 25, 2022
    In the first half-hour of this week’s program, Mickey’s talks to author and professor Valena Beety and veteran investigative journalist Geoff Davidian about the widespread problem of wrongful criminal convictions… The post Special Guests Valena Beety, Geoff Davidian, and Dr. Margaret Flowers appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • State of the Billionaire Press: Concerns over Media Objectivity after Bill Gates Gives $319 Million to News Outlets April 21, 2022
    In November of 2021, MintPress News’ Alan Macleod uncovered documents exposing $319 million of donations granted by the Gates Foundation to various American and foreign media outlets. The main beneficiaries… The post State of the Billionaire Press: Concerns over Media Objectivity after Bill Gates Gives $319 Million to News Outlets appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • McDonald’s Dodged Millions in Taxes with an IOU to Itself April 21, 2022
    Reporting by War on Want and The Independent in March 2022 revealed that McDonald’s employed various financial tricks, including a circular IOU transaction, to avoid paying at least 400 million… The post McDonald’s Dodged Millions in Taxes with an IOU to Itself appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Donor-Advised Funds Take Advantage of Tax Loopholes April 21, 2022
    Donor-advised funds (DAFs) are a form of philanthropy intended to reduce a donor’s tax bill while cultivating their relationship with a charity through donations. However, DAFs have increasingly become a… The post Donor-Advised Funds Take Advantage of Tax Loopholes appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Book Donation Bans in US Prisons Restrict Prisoners’ Rights, Generate Corporate Profits April 20, 2022
    States across the country have issued bans on charity organizations, family members, and other outside groups donating books to prisoners, Alex Skopic reported in a November 2021 article for the… The post Book Donation Bans in US Prisons Restrict Prisoners’ Rights, Generate Corporate Profits appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • St. Jude Hoards Billions While Running Misleading Advertising about Financial Support for Its Patients April 20, 2022
    St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, one of the nation’s leading pediatric cancer research and treatment facilities, promises that, because “families never receive a bill” from St. Jude’s,” “all a family… The post St. Jude Hoards Billions While Running Misleading Advertising about Financial Support for Its Patients appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • US Transportation System “Fuels” Inequality April 20, 2022
    The federal government continues to funnel four times as much funding for roadways as for public transit, a longstanding priority that has deprived the nation’s poorest of basic mobility for… The post US Transportation System “Fuels” Inequality appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • While wildfires catch us off guard, Congress’s plan to fix it isn’t going anywhere May 19, 2022
    The historic wildfires in New Mexico have triggered containment and evacuations at the local, state, and federal levels. The yet-to-be contained fires have incinerated over 280,000 acres of land since the beginning of April, while the Hermits Peak Fire, just east of Santa Fe, has burned more acreage than all wildfires in New Mexico last year. So far, at least 30,000 […]
    Chad Small
  • ‘King Lear’: The monarch from another planet May 19, 2022
    BEVERLY HILLS — Countless productions of William Shakespeare’s masterpiece King Lear have been staged since it premiered circa 1606 at London’s Globe Theatre. The Bard reportedly wrote the lead role for his troupe’s top tragedian, Richard Burbage, but many distinguished stage and screen stalwarts have portrayed the title character, including Laurence Olivier, Paul Scofield, Anthony […]
    Ed Rampell
  • Surrendering neo-Nazi Azov Battalion members hailed as ‘heroes’ by Ukraine military May 19, 2022
    Members of the neo-Nazi Azov Battalion besieged in the Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol were described Wednesday as “heroes of our time” by the Ukrainian military after they finally surrendered to Russian forces a day earlier. “Over the past 24 hours, 265 militants have laid down their arms and surrendered, including 51 seriously wounded,” the […]
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  • Formula shortage: Monopoly capitalism is starving American babies May 19, 2022
    With store shelves stripped of baby formula, families across the country are getting desperate. Hungry babies cry, with bellies not quite full enough. Some parents report spending hundreds of dollars to ship a few precious cans from another state. Moms who live close enough to the northern border say they’ve been driving across to Canada, […]
    C.J. Atkins
  • L.A. county averts a strike by 55,000 workers May 19, 2022
    LOS ANGELES —In what can be described as a “near miss”—assuming both sides ultimately vote “yes”—Los Angeles County officials reached a tentative settlement May 16 with Service Employees Local 721 on a new three-year contract covering 55,000 workers. The county, the nation’s most populous in the U.S., was pushed into settling with the union by […]
    Mark Gruenberg
  • Court win for another exploited worker class: Minor-league baseball players May 19, 2022
    SAN FRANCISCO—Imagine you’re at a workplace where you make $3,000 over six months—and must work the other six for free. Where you work 50-70 hours over six days a week, and you don’t get overtime. And a job where your boss can ship you to another employer at a moment’s notice, or ship you out. […]
    Mark Gruenberg
  • De los servicios sociales a las artes, comunistas chilenos impulsan su sueño May 19, 2022
    A continuación, el segundo artículo sobre el reciente viaje de un grupo de comunistas estadounidenses a Chile, un país donde la izquierda es una fuerza crucial en la gobernabilidad del país. El grupo es parte del proyecto Hello Comrades de la Comisión Internacional del CPUSA. La ciudad capital de Santiago está dividida en comunas y […]
    Jon Wilson
  • Building the Amazon Labor Union: An interview with co-founder Jordan Flowers May 18, 2022
    The historic union victory won by Amazon Labor Union (ALU) at the retail giant’s JFK8 fulfillment center on Staten Island has shaken the entire labor movement. In this interview, People’s World reporter Jacob Buckner talks with Jordan Flowers, one of the co-founders of The Congress of Essential Workers (TCOEW), the organization that preceded the ALU. […]
    Jacob Buckner
  • Dem progressives win primaries but on GOP side it’s Trumpites May 18, 2022
    Notable primaries on May 17 featured progressive wins on the Democratic side in Pennsylvania, Oregon, and North Carolina, and Trumpite domination among the Republicans—even where the former Oval Office occupant’s endorsed candidate lost. One headline for progressives came in the Pennsylvania U.S. Senate Democratic race. Lieut. Gov. John Fetterman, a past supporter of independent Sen. […]
    Mark Gruenberg
  • ICYMI: May 5 was the World Day of the Portuguese Language and Marx May 18, 2022
    In case you missed it (ICYMI), May 5 was the World Day of the Portuguese Language and the anniversary of Karl Marx’s birth. So I am left with this difficult impasse: between the two fundamentals, what to do? “One is not opposed to the other,” a fellow communist might tell me. To which I reply, […]
    Urariano Mota

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