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

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  • Charter School Teachers in Chicago Organize to Strike December 12, 2018
    Noting that “the conflict between educators, the two corporate controlled political parties, and the unions that falsely claim to represent teachers has now reached a  new stage,” in November 2018,… The post Charter School Teachers in Chicago Organize to Strike appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Teacher Strikes and the Shortcomings of Establishment Reporting December 12, 2018
    In  August 2018, Los Angeles public school teachers voted to strike, following high-profile teacher walkouts in other states across the country, including West Virginia, Arizona, and Oklahoma, as Michael Sainato… The post Teacher Strikes and the Shortcomings of Establishment Reporting appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • UK Special Education Programs at Risk Following Budget Cuts December 12, 2018
    In November 2018, the Guardian discovered information requests and council reports indicating that funding for children with special needs in England has been cut in several districts. This is due… The post UK Special Education Programs at Risk Following Budget Cuts appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Georgia Charter School Reinstates Corporal Punishment December 11, 2018
    On September 10, 2018, Lauren von Bernuth, writing for Citizen Truth, reported that a Georgia charter school had reinstated an outdated form of school punishment for the 2018-2019 academic school… The post Georgia Charter School Reinstates Corporal Punishment appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Hidden But Prevalent Racism in Georgia’s Special Education Programs December 11, 2018
    On October 1, 2018, The New Yorker reported that the state of Georgia has been using disproportionate diagnoses of developmental and behavioral issues in black children to segregate them into… The post Hidden But Prevalent Racism in Georgia’s Special Education Programs appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Vermont Merges School Districts Despite Community Resistance December 11, 2018
    In November 2018, Vermont’s  State Board of Education voted 7-2 to dissolve fifty of the state’s school districts and to create 18 new merged districts under Act 46, Lola Duffort… The post Vermont Merges School Districts Despite Community Resistance appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Dave Lindorff Explores the Pentagon’s Financial Mysteries December 11, 2018
    Long-time investigative reporter Dave Lindorff explores the Pentagon’s financial mysteries, including massive unaccounted-for spending and decades of non-compliance with audit law. Later in the program, a look at the real… The post Dave Lindorff Explores the Pentagon’s Financial Mysteries appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Ifat Gazia, Steve Macek and Robin Andersen November 20, 2018
    This week’s program presents excerpts from two of the panels at Project Censored’s recent “Media Freedom 2.0” conference. We also look at corporate media’s misleading stereotypes of working-class Americans, with… The post Ifat Gazia, Steve Macek and Robin Andersen appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Trump’s Department of Interior Prioritizes Extractive Industries, Systematically Disarming Environmental Protections November 16, 2018
    Katherine Benedetto, a senior advisor for the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) under President Trump’s Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke, “scheduled roughly twice as many meetings with mining and… The post Trump’s Department of Interior Prioritizes Extractive Industries, Systematically Disarming Environmental Protections appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Dream Defenders Claim Victories against Privatized Prison Industry November 16, 2018
    In August 2018, Amy Goodman of Democracy Now! reported that communities and human rights groups had organized a national day of protest against the for-profit prison company GEO Group after… The post Dream Defenders Claim Victories against Privatized Prison Industry appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Trump temper tantrum risks government shutdown, 600K jobs, raises for 2M December 12, 2018
    WASHINGTON –  President Donald Trump’s televised “temper tantrum” threat to shut down the federal government unless Congress caves and gives him $5 billion to build his Mexican Wall risks 600,000 jobs and pay raises for all two million federal workers, their unions report. So unions are working with lawmakers to try to overcome Trump, which […]
    Mark Gruenberg
  • France’s “Yellow Vests”: Anatomy of a rebellion December 12, 2018
    According to the narrative repeated by most news sources, the “Gilets Jaunes” (Yellow Vests) uprising began ‘spontaneously’ on Saturday, November 17, when approximately 300,000 activists, incensed by a heavy regressive tax on fuel, began a series of roadblocks and protests which snowballed across France. Weekend demonstrations continued Saturday, November 24, and by the following weekend, […]
    Donald Donato
  • Arrestan a 32 manifestantes en la frontera de San Diego December 12, 2018
    SAN DIEGO (AP) — Agentes federales arrestaron a 32 personas el lunes durante una manifestación en la frontera con México que exigía el fin de las detenciones y deportaciones de inmigrantes y que mostró su apoyo a los integrantes de una caravana de migrantes centroamericanos que pretenden solicitar asilo en Estados Unidos, informaron autoridades. Un […]
    Arrestan a 32 manifestantes en la frontera de San Diego
  • ‘Shoplifters’: New Japanese feature film shows how people survive December 12, 2018
    Hirokazu Kore-eda’s brilliant new film Shoplifters lodges stubbornly in your consciousness. Although it seems to roll out modestly as a simple tale of marginal people, its conclusion will force you to rethink central tenets of how individuals relate. Shoplifters continues Kore-eda’s rich exploration of family relationships. His last work, Our Little Sister, swept the Japanese […]
    Michael Berkowitz
  • Cyntoia Brown, sex trafficking victim, sentenced to 51 years in prison December 11, 2018
    Cyntoia Brown, a former 16-year-old sex trafficking victim, is facing five decades in prison if the recent Tennessee Supreme Court ruling is upheld. On December 6, the court ruled that Brown, who was convicted of first-degree murder as a teenager, would have to serve 51 years in prison before being eligible for parole. The case […]
    Chauncey K. Robinson
  • Secretive right-wing group ALEC expands drive to destroy unions December 11, 2018
    WASHINGTON – Fresh off its big win last June at the U.S. Supreme Court, the secretive right-wing corporate cabal, the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), is expanding its drive to destroy public worker unions. And it wants to wreck private worker unions, too, statements from its pre-Election Day two-day conference in anti-worker GOP President Donald […]
    Mark Gruenberg
  • “Sunrise” youth in DC demand quick Dem action to save planet December 11, 2018
    WASHINGTON—New York City’s sole subway line to Sunset Park in Brooklyn “still does not function properly,” high school student Aracely Jimenez says – thanks to Hurricane Sandy six years ago and global warming. And that threat, which is now even worse, brought her and more than 1,000 other high school and middle school students from […]
    Mark Gruenberg
  • 60,000 liters of oil spills from pipeline into Brazilian bay December 10, 2018
    About 60,000 liters (15,850 gallons) of oil spilled from a pipeline into the Estrela River and spread to Rio de Janeiro’s famed Guanabara Bay over the weekend, according to Reuters and local reports. The pipeline is owned by Transpetro, the largest oil and gas transportation company in Brazil, and a subsidiary of Petroleo Brasileiro (commonly known as Petrobras). Transpetro claims the leak […]
    Lorraine Chow
  • 70th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights December 10, 2018
    Statement by Michelle Bachelet, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights 10 December 2018, Marrakesh, Morocco Seventy years ago today, the world’s States recognized, for the first time, that all people have universal human rights and they promised to promote and protect those rights. The right to equal protection of the law. The right to life, […]
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  • Democrat TJ Cox upsets Republican in California’s 21st CD December 10, 2018
    The electoral map of California’s Congressional delegation has been steadily redrawing itself ever since November 6. As of our last review of the results, Democrats had overturned six Republican House seats, leaving the GOP with but 8 out of 53 in California’s Congressional delegation. The last remaining contest nationwide was the 21st C.D. in the […]
    Eric A. Gordon
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