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

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  • Will Carruthers and Whitney Webb August 19, 2019
    This week the Project Censored Show highlights two impeccable investigative reporters, both of whom illustrate the power a free press can wield in informing the pubic on crucial matters. First, as part of the… The post Will Carruthers and Whitney Webb appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Episode 41: What is Busing and Why Are We Talking About It? August 16, 2019
    On this episode of Along the Line, Dr. Dreadlocks Nicholas Baham III, Dr. Nolan Higdon, and Janice Domingo discuss the history of debates and policy regarding busing in the U.S.… The post Episode 41: What is Busing and Why Are We Talking About It? appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • When Bitcoin Emits as Much Carbon Dioxide per Year as Las Vegas August 16, 2019
    Use of the cryptocurrency Bitcoin causes approximately 22 megatons in CO2emissions each year, an amount comparable to the total emissions of entire countries such as Jordan and Sri Lanka, Gregory… The post When Bitcoin Emits as Much Carbon Dioxide per Year as Las Vegas appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Empire, the Deep State, and the Doomsday Machine August 10, 2019
    The following article provides context and analytical framework for the historic conversation between two iconic public intellectuals in the US, Daniel Ellsberg and Peter Dale Scott. Their conversation was arranged… The post Empire, the Deep State, and the Doomsday Machine appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Episode 40: Nick’s Flix! Putney Swope! August 9, 2019
    On this episode of Along the Line, Dr. Dreadlocks Nicholas Baham III, Dr. Nolan Higdon, and Janice Domingo present a Nick’s Flix on Putney Swope! In Nick’s Flix episodes, ATL… The post Episode 40: Nick’s Flix! Putney Swope! appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Episode 39: Donald Trump’s Sexual Misconduct as Compared to Previous Presidents August 2, 2019
    On this episode of Along the Line, Dr. Dreadlocks Nicholas Baham III, Dr. Nolan Higdon, and Janice Domingo discuss  Donald Trump’s sexual misconduct as compared to previous presidents.  ATL’s Creative Director is… The post Episode 39: Donald Trump’s Sexual Misconduct as Compared to Previous Presidents appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • The Most Important Article You’ll Never Read? How Western Media Support State Terror, While Millions Die, and How this Article was Killed August 1, 2019
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  • The 1988 Edward Herman/Noam Chomsky Propaganda Model in Modern Media July 29, 2019
    Mickey and Chase spend the hour with media scholar Alan Macleod, for a discussion on how the 1988 Edward Herman/Noam Chomsky propaganda model applies to modern media, with examples including… The post The 1988 Edward Herman/Noam Chomsky Propaganda Model in Modern Media appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Giants: The Global Power Elite Attend 2019 Bilderberg Group Meetings July 26, 2019
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  • Episode 38: What does “Income Inequality” even mean? July 25, 2019
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  • Trump plan: Split migrant kids from parents, with no time limit August 21, 2019
    WASHINGTON—In yet another manifestation of Trump administration hatred for non-white migrants seeking to cross into the U.S., top Trump officials announced a new detention rule to split migrant kids from their parents – with no specified time limit on the splits. “A child is no longer a free pass” into the U.S. for the parents, […]
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  • A Guide to Writing for People’s World August 21, 2019
    You read People’s World. Have you ever thought of writing an article for us? Let’s have a little chat about that. All writers, journalists, historians, novelists, even poets, tell stories. By the power of your words, you not only bring the reader from Point A to Point B—you’ve also made a point! Writing for People’s […]
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  • People’s World Style Guide August 21, 2019
    People’s World uses a modified AP Style in the copyediting and formatting of its articles. This sheet is a summary of some important items to remember. A modified form of AP Style means we do some things differently, so check here when in doubt. The sheet is always evolving and may be updated from time-to-time. […]
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  • Only through unity can Trump be defeated August 21, 2019
    I have a real concern that the racist Trump has a good chance to stay in office. If he does get back in, a central cause could be a failure of sectors of the progressive movement to appreciate the need for unity to defeat him. It is far less important who has the best program […]
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  • NAFTA 2.0: Still a job killer August 21, 2019
    The following article reflects a discussion of the Communist Party Labor Commission. Send your comments or questions to laborcommission@cpusa.org. You can also request notifications of future discussions. DETROIT – What do NAFTA 2 and Donald Trump’s new tax law have in common? A little-noticed section of the new tax code encourages multinational corporations to invest […]
    Chris Moore
  • At mass rallies, the nation cries out: ‘Do something’ about gun violence August 21, 2019
    CHICAGO –”Do something!” has become the nationwide rallying cry in response to the mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, and an eruption of violence that left seven dead in Chicago the same weekend. Recess Rallies were held during the summer Congressional break August 17-18 in over 100 communities in all 50 states […]
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  • U.S.’ claims of innocence in Hong Kong are fooling no one August 21, 2019
    For no particular reason, I’ve been thinking of Claude Rains in Casablanca lately. You remember him—the Moroccan police captain who is “shocked, shocked” to find gambling in Humphrey Bogart’s establishment during a raid, only to be handed his winnings without missing a beat. You might wonder at the relevance of that famous movie moment. I’ll […]
    Ian Goodrum
  • Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley’s Freudian ‘Frankenstein’ on stage in Pasadena August 21, 2019
    PASADENA, Calif.—A Noise Within’s (ANW) Frankenstein is one of the most striking plays I’ve ever seen. Using British playwright Nick Dear’s adaptation, the drama opens with one of the best “jump cuts” I’ve seen since that ape-like being in 2001: A Space Odyssey tossed his bony weapon into the air, which transitions to a spacecraft […]
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  • 1619 anniversary: Black freedom struggle made U.S. more democratic for all August 21, 2019
    On Sunday, the New York Times unveiled “The 1619 Project,” a journalistic series in the Sunday magazine that seeks to tell the “unvarnished truth” about slavery and its impact on America’s history. In 1619, just 12 years after the founding of the first permanent English settlement in the Americas, the Jamestown colonists bought the first […]
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  • Review: Russian revolution revered as trailblazing event in the developing world August 20, 2019
    “Like a brilliant sun, the [1917] October [Bolshevik] Revolution shone over all five continents, awakening millions of oppressed and exploited people around the world. There has never existed such a revolution of such significance and scale in the history of humanity,” wrote a young Hồ Chí Minh while in Paris. He had just read the […]
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