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Project Censored – 01.17.17

Peter and Mickey spend the hour with journalist and media scholar Brian Covert,
discussing the too-close relationship between the CIA and U.S. media, as well as other issues,
including the Obama Administration “pivot” toward Asia.
Brian Covert is an independent journalist, and a lecturer at Doshisha University in Kyoto, Japan.
His chapter on the CIA and the media, “Played by the Mighty Wurlitzer,” appears in the Censored 2017 yearbook.

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Project Censored – 01.10.17

For the first half of the program, Peter and Mickey speak with sociologist William Carroll,
about his latest research into the “transnational corporate class” — top corporate board members
and executives — who wield vast influence over public policy.

Then Sunsara Taylor and Rafael Caderas make the case for “stopping the Trump regime before it starts;”
they advocate mass protests on the scale of the anti-Mubarak uprising in Egypt. Their web site is www.refusefascism.org.

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Project Censored – 12.06.16

In the first half of the program, mathematician Rick Luttmann discusses ranked-choice voting
and why it is superior to the prevalent “plurality voting” system. Also, investigative journalist Greg Palast
returns to Project Censored to explain how GOP vote-supression tactics may have stolen the 2016 election
(he calls it a “Jim Crow election”).

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Project Censored – 11.15.16

Peter and Mickey get reactions to the Trump presidential victory from Northern Californa college students, faculty,
and a Green Party campaigner. Next is a quick update from Standing Rock, North Dakota by a student supporter of the protest.
Finally, a conversation with long-time human-rights campaigner Jack Healy about the campaign to free Leonard Peltier

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Project Censored – 11.07.16

Peter Phillips is joined this week by guest co-host and sociologist Michael Sukhov
Their first guest is author Michael Parenti, who discusses the nature of American empire.
Then two guests, Noah Treanor and Paulette Moore, phone in to describe their experiences at Standing Rock, North Dakota,
site of the Dakota Access Pipeline project.
In the final segment of the program, journalist Ann Garrison examines ongoing lies about the 1994 Rwandan massacres,
explains the fears of many in the region about another Clinton presidency, and describes some of the political prisoners now in Rwandan jails.