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The Gary Null Show – 07.04.17

GUEST 1: David Crowe is the President of the Alberta Reappraising AIDS and ReThinking AIDS, whose website he hosts at the www.ReThinkingAIDS.com  website, a science and news resource on all international research and commentary challenging the current HIV/AIDS model.  He is also the former president and treasurer for the Green Party in Alberta Canada.   David hosts the radio show “The Infectious Myth” on the …

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The Conspiracy Guy – 05.25.17

The Conspiracy Guy Show #26: The Manchester “false flag”, among the most recent of them all, appears to have been calculated to stem falling support for Theresa May, the PM, who called an election abruptly in the hope of fending off growing support for the Labor Party and Its leader, Jeremy Corbyn. More surprisingly, the purported “car crash” in Times …

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MPs reject move to investigate Tony Blair over Iraq by 369 votes

Labour MPs turned out in force on Wednesday to help defeat a parliamentary motion calling for Tony Blair to be held to account for allegedly misleading parliament over the Iraq war by 439 votes to 70, after a sometimes angry debate. It said the Chilcot inquiry “provided substantial evidence of misleading information being presented by the then prime minister and …

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ANN ROBERTSON – BILL LEUMER – A Seismic Shift Toward Socialism in the U.K. Labour Party

Jeremy Corban’s unexpected 2015 rise to the leadership of the U.K. Labour Party and his recent resounding victory over the right-wing forces within the party that tried to dislodge him are sending shockwaves throughout Europe – waves that could reach the shores of the U.S. if events continue to unfold in the same direction. During the past decade, the right …

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Economic Update – Economics and Red States: Arlie Hochschild – 10.02.16

Updates on Corbyn’s victory in UK, Uber drivers unionize, state retirement systems sued for threatening pensions, hard facts about US medical insurance. Interview with Arlie Hochschild on new book Strangers in Their Own Land: Anger and Mourning on the American Right and why she believes “bridges” between progressives and Tea Party folks are very possible.

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Project Censored – 08.02.16

Peter and Mickey spend the hour in discussion with Mark Crispin Miller, NYU professor, author, and media critic. Their conversation included both critiques of corporate media’s recent performance (such as coverage of the presidential campaign), and ongoing developments that threaten freedom of the press and of thought (for example, the engagement of big PR firms by federal agencies). Download this …

Former London mayor Boris Johnson announces that he will not run for  leadership of Britain's ruling Conservative Party in London, Thursday, June 30, 2016. The battle to succeed Prime Minister David Cameron as Conservative Party leader has drawn strong contenders with the winner set to become prime minister and play a vital role in shaping Britain's relationship with the European Union after last week's Brexit vote. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)

Radhika Desai – Brexit Earthquake Has Many Ruptures

The Brexit vote was a momentous political earthquake and the seismic shifts that caused it have been long in the making. It has ruptured so many political structures — decades and even centuries old, national and international — so deeply it could be decades before its damage can be fully reckoned. The damage reveals the fragility of Britain’s, and the …

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George Monbiot – The Judgement of History

The Chilcot report is utterly damning; but it’s still not justice. By George Monbiot, published on the Guardian’s website, 6th July 2016 Little is more corrosive of democracy than impunity. When politicians do terrible things and suffer no consequences, people lose trust in both politics and justice. They see them, correctly, as instruments deployed by the strong against the weak. Since …

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The Labour coup is unravelling fast, and unwittingly hands the party back to those who built it

Jeremy Corbyn has lost a Vote of No Confidence, with 172-40 Labour MPs voting against him remaining as leader of the party. But celebrating MPs might wish to put the champagne back in the fridge, because this is more likely the beginning of their end, not Corbyn’s. When Jeremy Corbyn first stood for leader of the party, these MPs told us he …

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PATRICK COCKBURN – What Tony Blair Has Learned About the Middle East: Absolutely Nothing

Normally anybody who criticises Jeremy Corbyn is guaranteed knee-jerk support by the British media which apparently feels that it does not even have to pretend to be non-partisan when it comes to the Labour leader. The only political figure similarly subjected to automatic demonisation is Tony Blair, so when he fiercely attacked Corbyn last week for supposedly focusing on “the …