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

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  • The Top 25 Most Censored Stories October 9, 2018
    Mickey Huff and Chase Palmieri are joined by several of the contributors to “Censored 2019,” the latest edition, just-published, of Project Censored’s annual compilations of censored stories and media analysis. They discuss… The post The Top 25 Most Censored Stories appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • A Note on Research and Evaluation of Censored News Stories October 2, 2018
    How do we at Project Censored identify and evaluate independent news stories, and how do we know that the Top 25 stories that we bring forward each year are not… The post A Note on Research and Evaluation of Censored News Stories appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • 25 Sheriffs Using Iris Recognition Technology along US–Mexico Border October 2, 2018
    In April 2017, the Southwestern Border Sheriffs’ Coalition (SBSC) unanimously approved use of new biometric identification technology as a defense against “violent unauthorized immigrants,” George Joseph of the Intercept reported.… The post 25 Sheriffs Using Iris Recognition Technology along US–Mexico Border appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • 24 More Than 80,000 Stolen Guns Worsen Crime in Florida October 2, 2018
    Over the past ten years, more than 82,000 guns stolen in Florida remain missing, Laura Morel reported in November 2017 in joint reports for the Tampa Bay Times and the Center for… The post 24 More Than 80,000 Stolen Guns Worsen Crime in Florida appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • 23 New Restrictions on Prisoners’ First Amendment Rights October 2, 2018
    On November 1, 2017, the Michigan Department of Corrections (MDOC) implemented strict changes to its prison mail policy that discouraged inmates, their families, and friends from using the US Postal… The post 23 New Restrictions on Prisoners’ First Amendment Rights appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • 22 Big Pharma’s Biostitutes: Corporate Media Ignore Root Cause of Opioid Crisis October 2, 2018
    At least 64,000 people died of drug overdoses in 2016, with more than 80 percent of those deaths attributed to opioid drugs, according to an August 2017 report from the… The post 22 Big Pharma’s Biostitutes: Corporate Media Ignore Root Cause of Opioid Crisis appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • 21 Parkland Shooter’s JROTC Connections Spotlight Militarization of Schools October 2, 2018
    Public officials have offered their thoughts and prayers to the families of some 141 children, educators, and other people who have been killed in the dozens of school shootings in the… The post 21 Parkland Shooter’s JROTC Connections Spotlight Militarization of Schools appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • 20 Extravagant Hospital Waste of Unused Medical Supplies October 2, 2018
    Hospitals in the United States are wasting millions of dollars’ worth of sterile and unused medical supplies, practices that impact the cost of healthcare, as Marshall Allen reported for ProPublica… The post 20 Extravagant Hospital Waste of Unused Medical Supplies appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • 19 People Bussed across US to Cut Cities’ Homeless Populations October 2, 2018
    An investigative report by the Guardian studied homeless relocation plans in major cities and counties across the United States. Released in December 2017, the 18-month investigation recorded 34,240 journeys made by homeless… The post 19 People Bussed across US to Cut Cities’ Homeless Populations appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • 18 Adoption Agencies a Gateway for Child Exploitation October 2, 2018
    As the Epoch Times reported in March 2018, “Global adoption is a big business, fraught with loose regulations and profit incentives that have made it a target for kidnappers, human… The post 18 Adoption Agencies a Gateway for Child Exploitation appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • 2018 is likely fourth-hottest year on record October 19, 2018
    After a summer of record-breaking heatwaves and devastating wildfires, 2018 is shaping up to be one of the planet’s hottest years in recorded history. From January through September, the average global temperature was 1.39°F above the 20th century average of 57.5°F, making it the fourth warmest year-to-date on record, and only 0.43°F lower than the record-high set in […]
    Lorraine Chow
  • Democracy is hard work, thank these folks in Texas! October 19, 2018
    HOUSTON–This is a message of thanks, to Maria Baca, Steven Flores, Betty Ortega, Rita Lucido, Penny Morales Shaw, Bernard Sampson, Alvaro Rodriguez here in Houston and to tens of thousands of other people like them across the country. They make democracy work. It isn’t easy. And more of us should be out there with them. […]
    Mark Gruenberg
  • ‘22 July’ displays the danger of right wing extremism October 19, 2018
    The 2011 Norway attacks that left 77 people dead, a majority of them under the age of 18, exemplified what occurs when those who follow right-wing extremism and hate are emboldened to take action to carry out their beliefs. It was a day that shook a country, a day filled with violence, death, confusion, and […]
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  • ‘In Dubious Battle’ will screen in L.A. October 19, 2018
    LOS ANGELES—Marx @ 200: The Marxist Movie Series presents In Dubious Battle in a screening on Thurs., Oct. 25. More militant than The Grapes of Wrath, and written three years before, John Steinbeck depicted a bitter Red-led strike in California’s orchards in his 1936 novel In Dubious Battle. James Franco stars in and directs this […]
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  • News Guild, others discuss moves after Khashoggi murder October 19, 2018
    WASHINGTON – The News Guild and 29 other news and journalism groups are discussing their next moves to pressure both the U.S. and the Saudi governments after the murder of outspoken dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi. But News Guild President Bernie Lunzer added, in a brief telephone interview, that he does not expect much of a […]
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  • Hundreds of thousands march in Berlin against the right wing October 19, 2018
    Jein! Last weekend was surely the most complex in ages! Were the results favorable for the good side? The best answer is, once again, that great German word construction, made up of Ja (yes) und Nein (no): Jein, pronounced “yine.” Last Saturday was amazing! Hundreds of thousands, representing many groups, organizations and prominent individuals marched, […]
    Victor Grossman
  • Markey: ‘Trump is waging a regulatory war’ against workers, consumers October 19, 2018
    WASHINGTON–“Donald Trump is waging a regulatory war the likes of which we’ve never seen,” against workers and consumers, a top pro-consumer legislator, Sen. Edward Markey, D-Mass., says. And Trump’s not the only one. Another speaker on a panel hosted by the National Consumers League, Rep. Jamie Raskin, D-Md., a constitutional law professor, added the GOP-named […]
    Mark Gruenberg
  • Australian union shines light on flight attendant harassment and assault October 19, 2018
    Four out of five airline cabin crew in Australia have experienced sexual harassment from co-workers, while three out of five experienced it from passengers. Reports include serious sexual assault, workers being pinned down and assaulted, passengers exposing themselves to the crew, workers being touched on their groins and buttocks, highly sexualized comments, and degrading comments […]
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  • Big business—as a class—will put dollars over democracy every time October 19, 2018
    The advance of the extreme right-wing candidate Jair Bolsonaro in the first round of the Brazilian presidential election confirms the global threat of the growth of authoritarian reaction. With nearly 50 million votes, 46 percent, it will take an enormous upset for the center-left Workers Party candidate to defeat him in the runoff in two […]
    Kevin Ovenden
  • Trump plan to ramp up fracking, mining in National Forests threatens climate October 18, 2018
    The Trump administration’s plan to make it easier for industry to frack and mine in national forests would endanger the climate, wildlife and watersheds, the Center for Biological Diversity and other conservation groups said in comments submitted Monday to the U.S. Forest Service. “The Forest Service shouldn’t be complicit in the Trump administration’s assault on America’s public lands at […]
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