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

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    Kenn Burrows of San Francisco State University returns to the program to talk about SFSU’s annual Gandhi-King Season of Nonviolence. Then Neal Gorenflo of Shareable.net explains how his website aims… The post Kenn Burrows, Neal Gorenflo, and Michael Morey appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Activists at the Local and Global Levels February 13, 2019
    Mickey interviews two activists who work at the local and global levels, respectively. High School student Lucia Garay explains how she became motivated to work for social justice, and the… The post Activists at the Local and Global Levels appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • How Mainstream Media Evolved into Corporate Media: A Project Censored History February 7, 2019
    By Peter Phillips This article appeared originally as Chapter 8 in Censored 2019: Fighting the Fake News Invasion Historically the term “mainstream media” referred to the largest media outlets in… The post How Mainstream Media Evolved into Corporate Media: A Project Censored History appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Abby Martin and Mnar Muhawish February 4, 2019
    Mnar Muhawish of MintPress News explains the recent US Senate bill aimed at suppressing the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement; she also looks at a new far-reaching establishment and corporate-media-backed… The post Abby Martin and Mnar Muhawish appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Episode 16: Listener Questions January 29, 2019
    On this very special episode of Along the Line, the listeners control the show. Listen as Nicholas “Dr Dredlocks” Baham and Dr. Nolan Higdon respond to listener questions about identity… The post Episode 16: Listener Questions appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Episode 15: Nick’s Flix: The Manchurian Candidate January 29, 2019
    This episode is a Nick’s Flix, which is where we use film to help us understand contemporaneous issues, examining the 1967 film The Manchurian Candidate.  Nicholas “Dr Dredlocks” Baham and… The post Episode 15: Nick’s Flix: The Manchurian Candidate appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Episode 14: The Wall and 2019 Government Shutdown January 29, 2019
    Nicholas “Dr Dredlocks” Baham and Dr. Nolan Higdon explain the politics of the 2019 government shutdown as well as the racial and political history of the wall. ATL’s editor and… The post Episode 14: The Wall and 2019 Government Shutdown appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Episode 13: The History of Government Shutdowns January 29, 2019
    This episode of Along the Line analyzes the history and impact of government shutdowns. Starting with their 1980 origin, Nicholas “Dr Dredlocks” Baham and Dr. Nolan Higdon breakdown the destructive… The post Episode 13: The History of Government Shutdowns appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Ted Rall, Robert Manning, and Kenneth Dubroff January 29, 2019
    Author and editorial cartoonist Ted Rall is the first guest; he explains the latest developments in his legal battle with the Los Angeles Times, and the wider problem of how… The post Ted Rall, Robert Manning, and Kenneth Dubroff appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Rob Williams and ‘Russian Interference’ in the Election January 22, 2019
    Amid the ongoing corporate-media hue and cry about ‘Russian interference’ in the 2016 US election, media scholar Rob Williams reviews the evidence, and the unexamined assumptions made by promoters of… The post Rob Williams and ‘Russian Interference’ in the Election appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Cleveland labor gears up for fights on multiple fronts February 19, 2019
    CLEVELAND – Like bees preparing to swarm, delegates to the Feb. 13 AFL-CIO meeting in Cleveland gathered to plan actions to support workers rights to organize, strike, hold political office and protect their working conditions. The meeting revealed the wide ranging attack now facing organized labor. “We will be much weaker if we lose these […]
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  • Colin Kaepernick settles NFL collusion grievance February 19, 2019
    Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid reached a settlement in their collusion grievance with the NFL. The league and Kaepernick’s attorneys released a statement Friday afternoon saying the grievance had been resolved confidentially. As part of the confidentiality, all parties signed a non-disclosure agreement not to discuss the terms or any details of the settlement. “For […]
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  • Nationwide rallies protest “Trumped-up” national emergency February 19, 2019
    WASHINGTON – Pouring into the streets of 234 cities nationwide to protest what one D.C. speaker termed a “Trumped-up – pun intended” crisis, tens of thousands of people demanded Congress end GOP President Donald Trump’s “national emergency,” which Trump declared so he could grab $6 billion to build his racist wall at the U.S.-Mexican border. […]
    Mark Gruenberg
  • Striking Chicago charter school teachers score big win February 19, 2019
    CHICAGO — After nine days on the picket lines, striking Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) teachers and paraprofessionals have reached a tentative agreement with Chicago International Charter School (CICS) management that protects counselors and social workers, limits class sizes, and raises teacher and paraprofessional pay up to CPS standards. The tentative agreement immediately raises paraprofessional pay […]
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  • Voting Rights Act of 1965 may have to be passed again February 19, 2019
    WASHINGTON—After years of African-American struggle against Jim Crow, “black codes,” voter suppression, poll taxes, the KKK and white supremacy, Congress passed the Voting Rights Act in 1965. “We shall overcome,” President Lyndon Johnson declared in exhorting Congress to approve the law in 1965, using the chorus of the civil rights anthem. And Congress did. The […]
    Mark Gruenberg
  • U.S. racism and imperialism fuel turbulence in Haiti February 19, 2019
    Beginning on February 7, Haitians have been in the streets protesting against corruption, high prices, shortages, inflation, and power outages. Demonstrators are demanding that President Jovenel Moïse, in power since January 2017, resign. Moïse blames the disturbances on “armed groups and drug traffickers” and is calling for negotiation. Facing police brutality, masses of Haitians have blocked […]
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  • Olympic volunteers: One-time chance, or exploitation? February 15, 2019
    TOKYO (AP) — Unpaid Olympic volunteers do almost everything: guide athletes around, greet dignitaries and translate for lost fans. IOC officials acknowledge the games couldn’t be held without them; invariably smiling, helpful and praised by presidents, prime ministers, and monarchs. The billion-dollar Olympics are awash with cash. But volunteers work for free. That’s the case […]
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  • Brexit: Theresa May defeated…again February 15, 2019
    British Prime Minister (PM) Theresa May’s unwavering loyalty to and belief in her Brexit Plan “B”—a watered-down version of Plan “A”—as the only European Union (divorce) option, despite significant opposition, represents the most overused cliché statement in politics: “The definition of insanity is doing the same over and over and over and expecting a different […]
    Al Neal
  • Militarization and interference in affairs of others impedes Green New Deal February 15, 2019
    Fighting for a Green New Deal in the United States will require uniting all popular forces against the main barriers to social and ecological progress. The Sunrise Movement, which has brought the Green New Deal to the forefront of conversations about the environment, has identified fossil fuel interests as a main barrier to a green […]
    Cameron Orr
  • Trump’s national emergency declaration not justified by the facts February 15, 2019
    Where, exactly, is the national emergency? Both houses of Congress have now passed appropriations legislation to fund the government for the fiscal year, and it’s become clear they will not provide President Donald Trump with the full $5.7 billion he requested to fund construction of a wall on the southern border. Trump has been so […]
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