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Project Censored – 11.28.17

As President Trump tries to undo the DACA program, Nolan and Nicholas speak with two young adults who were able to stay in the U.S. under DACA, but now face the possibility of deportation. Also on the show, a roundtable discussion about the FCC’s plan to allow even more media-ownership consolidation. the Project Censored Show:   Hosts: Nolan Higdon and …

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Expat Files – 11.26.17

#1- Something fishy going on here in Latin America regarding food labling and “expiration dates”. Yes “expiration” and “to be used by” dates have been popping up recently and are now seen on most food products here. But can you really trust them?   #2- An “amparo” is a Spanish word for a court date “postponement” and why white collar political …

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Rob Kall’s Bottom Up Live Tonight At 8: Chris Whipple discusses The 2nd Most Powerful Person in the World: White House Chief of Staff

Chris Whipple discusses The 2nd Most Powerful Person in the World: White House Chief of Staff After the president, the White House Chief of staff may be the most powerful person in the world. Success as president requires a White House chief of Staff effectively empowered to do the job right. Chris Whipple wrote the book, The GATEKEEPERS; How the …

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Project Censored – 11.14.17

Peter and Mickey spend the hour in conversation with author Carol Anderson. Her latest book, “White Rage,” chronicles the history of white resistance and obstruction to African-American equality, from the Reconstruction period to modern times. Notes:   Carol Anderson is Professor of African-American Studies at Emory University in Atlanta. Her previous works include “Eyes Off the Prize” and “Bourgeois Radicals.” …

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All Together Now – 11.09.17

“Eleanor LeCain talks about the stunning elections where Democrats won across the country and what they mean for our future, with Joshua Holland, contributor to The Nation magazine, and Daniel Squadron, Co-founder and Executive Director of Future Now, a new organization whichsupports candidates who push for progress on 7 ambitious, measurable goals in local state governments to drive nationwide change.” …

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The Gary Null Show – 11.08.17

The new McCarthyism and the efforts to launch a new Cold War with Russia Robert (Bob) Parry is one of our leading progressive investigative journalists best known for his uncovering Iran-Contra story and Oliver North’s involvement which earned him the George Polk Award for National Reporting in 1984.  He is currently the senior editor and writes for Consortium News. Bob has covered …

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Ask Beatty – 11.06.17

Beatty talked about what we can all DO to help take sexual harassment, domestic violence, addictions and mental health problems out of the closet. Acknowledging and addressing these issues in both our personal and professional lives is the first step toward recovery.   TO Life and Love,  BEATTY  Download this episode (right click and save)

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The Gary Null Show – 11.06.17

Today is November 6th and like always The Gary Null Show is here to inform you on the best news in health, healing, the environment and all things political around the world. This episode  Gary goes through a list of Fake news sites vs real news sites. Download this episode (right click and save)

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Leid Stories—Ambush in Niger: We Demand Truth!—10.23.17

More than 1,000 people on Saturday attended a private funeral service for Army Sgt. La David Johnson at Christ the Rock Church in South Florida. Johnson was one of four soldiers in a 12-man unit who were killed in Niger in an Oct 4 ambush, said to have been carried out by ISIS-affiliated forces. His body was not recovered for two days. …

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It’s Our Money with Ellen Brown – Paying for Catastrophe – 10.18.17

Paying for Catastrophe Whether a flood, fire, hurricanes or a failed financial system, the Federal Reserve and the US Treasury have the means to address big financial challenges in a variety of ways – if they want to.  Recent devastations challenge our understanding of how to pay for recovery, but when we look back to our not-so-distant past, answers emerge in …