Poor People’s Campaign Kicks Off in Washington, D.C.


Truthdig – By Emily Wells – May 14, 2018 Photo: The Revs. William Barber II and Liz Theoharis, co-chairs of the Poor People’s Campaign, kick off six weeks of nonviolent direct action in Washington, D.C. (Michael Nigro). Thousands of activists and civil rights advocates gathered in Washington, D.C., Monday for the Poor People’s Campaign, an… »»»


Elderly people should smoke POT to prevent memory loss


Daily Mail – By Mia De Graaf – Re-posted May 12, 2018 Cannabis could help prevent memory loss in the elderly, a new study has found. Researchers in Germany, who are set to begin human trials later this year, say the drug may even help delay the onset of Alzheimer’s disease by slowing the brain’s… »»»


Backstage Recalls Pete Seeger’s Controversial Performance on the Smothers Brothers Show in 1968 w/video


Global Research – By Dreier Peter – Re-posted May 09, 2018 Photo: Featured image: Pete Seeger performing in 1986. Seeger had been blacklisted as a communist and this gutsy defiance of a corporate media giant marked his return to the mainstream cultural scene. Fifty years ago, folk singer Pete Seeger performed the controversial anti-war song… »»»


Boxed in: life inside the ‘coffin cubicles’ of Hong Kong – in pictures


The Guardian – By Benny Lam – Re-posted May 07, 2018 Photo: These small, wooden boxes of 15 sq ft, are known as ‘coffin cubicles’. Photographer Benny Lam has documented the suffocating living conditions in Hong Kong’s subdivided flats, recording the lives of these hidden communities. Photo: Cage homes are minuscule rooms lived in by… »»»


‘Pressure Works’: Kamala Harris Becomes Fifth Likely Democratic 2020 Contender to Swear Off Corporate Cash


Common Dreams – By Julia Conley – Apr 23, 2018 Photo: Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) announced Monday that she had reversed course regarding corporate PAC donations, opting not to accept them. (Photo: Mobilus in Mobili/Flickr/cc). “Any other Democrat who wants to run in 2020 should make the same pledge” to reject corporate PAC money, progressives… »»»


EU Bans Bee-Killing Pesticides–In ‘Huge Win for Pollinators, People, and the Planet,’


Common Dreams – By Jessica Corbett – Fri Apr 27, 2018 Photo: The European Union on Friday voted to ban agricultural pesticides that are harmful to bees and which scientists have warned could have a broader impact on the global food chain. (Photo: Dejan Hudoletnjak/Flickr/cc). “Authorizing neonicotinoids during a quarter of a century was a… »»»


Data Is The New Oil

WeAreChange Published on Apr 30, 2018 In this video, Luke Rudkowski is joined onstage at the United We Stand Conference in Texas by Ernest Hancock. They discuss independent media strategies and much more. Visit our MAIN SITE for more breaking news PATREON… SNAPCHAT: LukeWeAreChange FACEBOOK: TWITTER: INSTAGRAM: STEEMIT: OH… »»»


North Korean Leader’s Cross-Border Walk for Peace

By Stephen Lendman Global Research, April 27, 2018 MY NEW WEB SITE:  (Home – Stephen Lendman).  Contact at It was a historic gesture for ending decades of uneasy armistice conditions, as well as attempting to ease longstanding Korean peninsula tensions. For the first time since US aggression on North Korea in the early 1950s, a… »»»


What Are Some Benefits From Wearing Yoga Toe Socks?


No Lies Radio Health – By Teri Perticone – Apr 24, 2018 I ordered all cotton ‘yoga’ socks from the Internet and was surprised when I opened the package to find socks with individual toes–like gloves for your feet instead of regular socks which are closer to wearing mittens. I had read some article about… »»»


Dipsea set to celebrate 100th anniversary of first Women’s Hike April 21, 1918


Marin IJ – By Barry Spitz – Apr 21, 2018 Photo: In 1919, some 5,000 spectators lined the main road through Stinson Beach to watch the finish of the second Women’s Dipsea Hike. Reaching the town was difficult before Panoramic Highway opened in 1929. Courtesy of The Dipsea Race. One hundred years ago — April… »»»


Top Senate Democrat Schumer Backs Decriminalization of Marijuana


Politicus – By Justin Mitchell – Fri, Apr 20th, 2018 WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer on Friday backed the decriminalization of marijuana, unveiling a bill removing it from the federal schedule of controlled substances days after President Donald Trump softened his own stance over the drug. Schumer said his position had… »»»


‘Win for Science and Democracy’ as Court Rules California Can List Glyphosate as Probable Carcinogen


Common Dreams – By Andrea Germanos – Fri Apr 20, 2018 Photo: Roundup– (Photo: Mike Mozart/flickr/cc). In a development heralded as “a win for science and democracy” and for “all Californians,” an appeals court on Thursday backed the state’s listing of glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup, as a probable carcinogen. “This is a… »»»


The Story of 4/20


Rolling Stone – By Zoe Wilder – Fri Apr 20, 2018 Photo: 420 countdown celebration in Golden Gate Park (Hippie Hill) San Francisco 2013. In 1971, somewhere around harvest time in California, a group of San Rafael High School students, known as “the Waldos” because they liked to congregate outside class against the wall, inherited… »»»


Solutions: Spontaneous Order

corbettreport Published on Apr 20, 2018 TRANSCRIPT AND MP3 AUDIO: When you hear the word “order” do you automatically think of government? What if I were to tell you there’s an entirely different conception of societal order, one that doesn’t revolve around hierarchy but in fact specifically refutes it? Well there is, and it’s… »»»


1968: the year that changed America


The Guardian – By Hendrik Hertzberg – Sun 15 Apr 2018 The cliche says that if you can remember the Sixties, you weren’t really there. But Hendrik Hertzberg remembers the decade’s most explosive year very well indeed. Where were you in the 1960s? And what were you? A toddler, a grade schooler, a teenager? A… »»»


Social Media Alternatives: with Ryan X. Charles

corbettreport Published on Apr 16, 2018 SHOW NOTES AND MP3: Continuing our series exploring Social Media Alternatives, this week we talk to Ryan X. Charles about…. »»»


When Did Bin Laden Die? – Questions For Corbett

corbettreport Published on Apr 13, 2018 SHOW NOTES AND MP3: So we were told Bin Laden died in 2001. Then we were told he was dead in 2002. And 2005 and 2006 and 2007 and 2009 before he was killed again in 2011. So which is it? And how do we know? Good question…. »»»


Social Media Alternatives: Steemit and DTube with Dan Dicks

corbettreport Published on Apr 11, 2018 SHOW NOTES AND MP3 AUDIO: In this inaugural edition of the Social Media Alternatives series we talk to Dan Dicks of Press For Truth about how Steemit and DTube are helping independent media fund their journalism in this age of GooTube demonetization, Facebook censorship and Twitter shadowbans…. »»»


Donald Trump Won’t Be Mentioned Again on ‘Roseanne’

"Roseanne," the timeless sitcom that broke new ground and dominated ratings in its original run, will return to ABC with all-new episodes, in a special hour-long premiere, TUESDAY, MARCH 27 (8:00-9:00 p.m. EDT). "Roseanne" will air in its regular time slot, 8:00-8:30 p.m., beginning TUESDAY, APRIL 3. – By Chris Morris – Apr 02, 2018 Photo: Original ‘Roseanne’ cast today: Left seated is executive producer Sara Gilbert, who plays Darlene, sitting next to Roseanne Barr. Donald Trump’s shadow may have loomed large over the premier of ABC’s reboot of Roseanne, but one of the show’s stars says the debate about presidential… »»»


Citing ‘Don’t Be Evil’ Motto 3,000+ Google Employees Demand Company End Work on Pentagon Drone Project


Common Dreams – By Julia Conley – Wed Apr 04, 2018 Photo: By “By entering into this contract, Google will join the ranks of companies like Palantir, Raytheon, and General Dynamics.” More than 3,000 Google employees have signed a letter that’s circulating in the company demanding that the tech giant end its involvement in… »»»


Martin Luther King’s forgotten legacy? His fight for economic justice


The Guardian – By Michael K. Honey – Apr 03, 2018 Photo: The Stone of Hope statue at the Martin Luther King Jr Memorial in Washington DC. Fifty years after he was assassinated in Memphis, how should we remember Martin Luther King Jr? Popular treatments primarily portray him through his magnificent I Have a Dream… »»»


As ‘March of Great Return’ Begins, Israeli Forces Gun Down Palestinian Protesters Along Gaza Border w/Pics of Israeli snipers/Drones throwing bombs & bullets


Common Dreams – By Jessica Corbett – Fri Mar 30, 2018 Photo: An estimated 20,000 Palestinians marched along the Gaza-Israel border on Friday. (Photo: Ma’an News Agency). With worries that numbers will continue to rise, Israeli forces reportedly killed at least nine Palestinians and injured hundreds more as an estimated 20,000 gathered along the Gaza-Israel… »»»


San Diego unveils unorthodox homelessness solution: big tents


The Guardian – By Kelly Davis/San Diego – Thu 29 Mar 2018 Photo: Sylvia Saliman and her dog Daisy in the Alpha Project tent for the homeless in San Diego, California. Photograph: Dan Tuffs for the Guardian. The southern California city faces a spike in people living on the streets, and new housing will take… »»»


Trump makes personal call to Roseanne after sitcom reboot draws 18.4m viewers


The Guardian – Staff & Agencies – Wed 28 Mar 2018 Photo: Roseanne Barr and John Goodman in a scene from the reboot of TV show Roseanne. The debut episode was watched by 18.4 million people. Photograph: Adam Rose/AP Donald Trump phoned Roseanne Barr to congratulate her after the relaunch of her self-titled sitcom drew… »»»


Cuomo blasts Dolan’s claim of ‘toxic’ clause in Child Victims Act


NY Daily News – By Kenneth Lovett – Mar 21, 2018 Photo: Gov. Cuomo and New York Archbishop Timothy Cardinal Dolan are in the midst of a verbal spar over the Child Victims Act’s proposed lookback provision. (Mike Groll/AP). ALBANY— Gov. Cuomo stood up for survivors of childhood sexual assault on Wednesday, and pushed back… »»»


Mark Zuckerberg apologises for Facebook’s ‘mistakes’ over Cambridge Analytica


The Guardian – By Julia Carrie Wong/San Francisco – Thu Mar 22, 2018 Photo: Mark Zuckerberg CEO of Facebook: ‘Facebook made mistakes.’ Following days of silence, CEO announces Facebook will change how it shares data with third-party apps and admits ‘we made mistakes’. Facebook is changing the way it shares data with third-party applications, Mark… »»»


The Menace of a Mad King


Common Dreams – By Robert Reich – Mar 18, 2018 Photo: President of the United States of America Donald Trump. Trump has become the Mad King who says or does anything his gut tells him to, while everyone around him genuflects. Trump is moving into a new and more dangerous phase. Before, he was constrained… »»»


Because It’s “An Idea Whose Time Has Come,” Rep. Keith Ellison Takes Lead on Medicare for All Legislation


Common Dreams – Andrea Germanos – March 07, 2018 Photo: Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.). Universal coverage, Ellison said Wednesday, “is a crucial linchpin in our fight for fairness and economic justice.” Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) drew praise from medical professionals and fellow lawmakers on Wednesday after becoming the new lead sponsor of H.R. 676, the… »»»


Who owns water? The US landowners putting barbed wire across rivers


The Guardian – Cassidy Randall – Thu 15 Mar 2018 Photo: A paddler navigates through barbed wire across the Rio Chama in New Mexico in 2015. Photograph: Courtesy of Scott Carpenter. New Mexico is a battleground in the fight over once public waterways, sparking fears it could set a national precedent. As Scott Carpenter and… »»»


Is THIS Japan?!?

corbettreport Published on Mar 14, 2018 The eye of the camera is determining what you see and what you do not see, whether you know it or not. Don’t let the media frame your understanding of the world…or at least be conscious of the fact that they are framing the world for you. Oh, and… »»»


Schwarzenegger wants to sue Big Oil for ‘First Degree Murder’


RT – Staff – 13 March 2018 Photo: Former California state governor Arnold Schwarzenegger © Gonzalo Fuentes / Reuters. Movie star, former California governor and global environmental activist Arnold Schwarzenegger has announced that he is taking oil companies to court “for knowingly killing people all over the world.” “This is no different from the smoking… »»»


#ProtectTheInlet: Massive Protest in BC as Thousands March to Stop Kinder Morgan Pipeline


Common Dreams – by Jon Queally – Sat Mar 10, 2018 Photo: “For Tsleil-Waututh Nation, the People of the Inlet, it is our sacred obligation to protect the water,” the tribe said in a statement ahead of Saturday’s protest. And while they said they will continue their legal battle against the pipeline company in the… »»»


Trump’s “Spontaneous” Decision to Meet Kim Jong-un, Or was it the CIA’s Decision?

By Prof Michel Chossudovsky Global Research, March 10, 2018 According to the US media (in chorus) it was president Trump who took the decision (without prior consultation with his Cabinet, national security and intelligence advisors) to meet face to face North Korean leader Kim Jong-un at a US-DPRK Summit. According to reports, this decision was taken spontaneously… »»»


‘The Issue of Our Time’: Sanders, Warren and Moore Will Explore Oligarchy’s Destruction of Middle Class in Town Hall


Common Dreams – By Julia Conley – Fri March 09, 2018 Photo: Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) will be joined by Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and other advocates for working Americans at a town hall focusing on inequality in the U.S. on March 19. (Photo: PBS) High-profile progressives Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.),… »»»


How ‘rocket man’ Kim boosted chances of meeting Trump

In this Monday, March 5, 2018 photo, provided by the North Korean government on March 6, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, front right, meets South Korean National Security Director Chung Eui-yong, front left, in Pyongyang, North Korea. Independent journalists were not given access to cover the event depicted in this image distributed by the North Korean government. The content of this image is as provided and cannot be independently verified. Korean language watermark on image as provided by source reads: "KCNA" which is the abbreviation for Korean Central News Agency. (Korean Central News Agency/Korea News Service via AP)

The Guardian – By Benjamin Haas/Seoul – Fri 9 Mar 2018 Rapprochement began when North Korean leader extended an Olympic olive branch to Seoul. Kim Jong-un held court at tables of hotpot and cold noodles, where bottles of wine, ginseng liquor and soju seemed bottomless. He joked about himself and his “rocket man” reputation, but… »»»


Kathy Collins – MK Ultra Survivor on Healing Modalities and Chakra Balancing!_on Quantum Matrix Radio

Coming up today and every Monday at 9:00 am Pacific – 12 Noon Eastern – 16:00 GMT Kathy Collins – MK Ultra Survivor on Healing Modalities and Chakra Balancing!   Kathy Collins has survived the worst of the worst, that which we consider unimaginable! Sold into MK Ultra by her father, she suffered satanic ritual… »»»


Un-gentrifying Portland: scheme helps displaced residents come home


The Guardian – By Melanie Sevcenko/Portland, Oregon – Thurs 1 Mar 2018 Photo: Alamy Stock Photo. Two years ago, Dianne Causey’s landlord died and her rental house in Portland, Oregon, went up for sale. She was forced to move from the city’s historically black neighborhood where she’d lived since 1978, into an apartment further east,… »»»


The Cheapening Of Human Life


Common Dreams – by Robert C. Koehler – Fri Feb 23, 2018 Photo: Demonstrators take part in a student protest for gun control legislation in front of the White House, Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci). Assault rifles have more rights than schoolchildren. The cries of terror and disbelief continue. Teenagers lie… »»»


Thrive top 10 wellness tips for 2018


Thrive – By Staff – Re-posted Feb 21, 2018 1 – Go easy on yourself It’s that time of year again when healthy becomes a commitment. We’ve all got that fresh start effect and want to make big changes, whether it’s loosing weight, starting that health routine or just to work less. Sometimes, this can… »»»


America’s top feminist lawyer, Gloria Allred: ‘Men who have been wrongdoers are living in fear’


The Guardian – By Lucy Rock – Fri Feb 16, 2018 As a Netflix documentary reflects on Allred’s decades fighting for women and minorities, the attorney is still going strong. At 76, the renowned women’s rights lawyer Gloria Allred shows no sign of letting up. In the post-Weinstein era, she’s busier than ever, claiming there… »»»


Thirteen Russians criminally charged for interfering in US election announces Mueller


The Guardian – By Jon Swaine/New York and Marc Bennetts/Moscow – Fri 16 Feb 2018 Photo: Robert Mueller-foreground Photograph: Andrew Harnik/AP. Thirteen Russians have been criminally charged for interfering in the 2016 US election to help Donald Trump, the office of Robert Mueller, the special counsel, announced on Friday. Mueller’s office said 13 Russians and… »»»


#FightFor15: Fast Food Workers Stage Rallies Across Country, Demanding Living Wage and Union Rights


Common Dreams – By Julia Conley – Monday, February 12, 2018 Photo: Fast food workers in St. Louis staged a mini-action before dawn on Monday morning, prior to heading Memphis for a march in support of a $15 minimum wage. (Photo: @Show_Me15/Twitter). The average fast food worker earns too little to afford a two-bedroom rental… »»»


How To Spot A Deep Fake – #NewWorldNextWeek

corbettreport Published on Feb 8, 2018 Welcome to New World Next Week – the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week: Story #1: NBC Hires Obama’s CIA Director As “Intelligence Analyst” How the CIA Plants News Stories in… »»»


“Progress and Poverty” – Investigates the paradox of increasing inequality and poverty amid economic and technological progress by Henry George 1879


No Lies Radio News – Wikipedia Staff – Feb 07, 2018 Henry George (September 2, 1839 – October 29, 1897) was an American political economist and journalist. His writing was immensely popular in the 19th century, and sparked several reform movements of the Progressive Era. His writings also inspired the economic philosophy known as Georgism,… »»»


“An Economy Worthy of Our Affection”– on It’s Our Money

Coming up every Wednesday at 9:00 am Pacific – 12 Noon Eastern – 16:00 GMT IT’S OUR MONEY with Ellen Brown “An Economy Worthy of Our Affection” The very notion that an economy could deserve an emotional response seems to unreasonably mix metaphors; how could economic activities elicit heart-warming affection? Yet economies can be devised… »»»


Decrying ‘Dog-Eat-Dog System,’ #PoorPeoplesCampaign Kicks Off 40 Days of ‘Moral Action’


Common Dreams – By Jessica Corbett – Monday Feb 05, 2018 Photo: The Poor People’s Campaign held events on Monday in more than two dozen states and Washington, D.C. (Photo: Poor People’s Campaign). “We are witnessing an assault on the poor, on immigrants, on black and brown people, and on the Earth, and we can’t… »»»


Natalie Wood: reinvestigating the mysterious death of a movie star


The Guardian – By Rory Carroll/Los Angeles – Friday Feb 02, 2018 Wood drowned in 1981 and almost 40 years later, her husband is a ‘person of interest’ – will we ever know what really happened? In the TV series Hart to Hart, Robert Wagner played an amateur sleuth who with his wife, played by… »»»


Forest Service planning 18 controlled burns in Angeles National Forest, most in a decade


San Gabriel Valley Tribune – By Steve Scauzillo – January 25, 2018 Photo: A road sign warns motorists along Angeles Crest Highway (2) of a controlled burn in the Mt. Baldy area on April 8,2017. More prescribed burns are planned for this winter and spring to thin underlying brush in order to prevent the spread… »»»


Hundreds of Thousands Join Women’s Marches Across the Country


Truthdig – By Emma Niles and The Guardian – By Dan Hernandez/Las Vegas – Jan 22, 2018 Photo: Protesters at the Women’s March in Washington, D.C., on Saturday. (Clara Romeo / Truthdig). On the anniversary of President Trump’s inauguration, Americans have made their feelings about gender and equality known by taking to the streets as… »»»


Women’s March 2018 set with Las Vegas event and marches across the U.S. Jan. 21


MySuncoast – By Jessie Miller – Jan 19, 2018 Photo: Women’s March in Washington D.C. 2017. (RNN) – Jan. 21 will be the year anniversary of 500,000 protesters taking to the streets of the nation’s capital for the Women’s March on Washington – a day after Pres. Donald Trump’s inauguration. National organizers of the Women’s… »»»


In Memory: I Have a Dream speech by Martin Luther King .Jr


No Lies Radio News – By Teri Perticone – Monday Jan 15, 2018 I Have a Dream speech by Martin Luther King .Jr ( Subtitled) ( HD) (Remastered) RARE FACTS Published on Nov 7, 2017 Remastered by Binod Pandey Video source: PS MLK–A true humanitarian–let’s keep his dream alive and realize progress if not… »»»


Viral Video of Hospital Dumping Woman Into Freezing Cold Stirs Demand for ‘Medicare for All’


Common Dreams – By Jake Johnson – Friday, January 12, 2018 Photo: A video screenshot of a woman who was discharged from University of Maryland Medical Center Midtown Campus in Baltimore on Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2018. (Imamu Baraka/Facebook video screenshot) “Attempted murder” is how one analyst described the medical center’s decision to leave an incapacitated… »»»


Why federal cannabis crackdown may be a blessing in disguise for legal weed w/video


The Guardian – By Jamiles Lartey – Friday 12 Jan 2018 Photo: ‘There will probably a short term chilling effect, but this could ultimately be the best thing that’s ever happened to accelerate the pace of change.’ Photograph: Blair Gable/Reuters. Don’t panic, legalization advocates say: Jeff Sessions’ anti-marijuana policy will have little practical impact and… »»»


People-Powered Solutions to Start the New Year – #NewWorldNextWeek

corbettreport Published on Jan 11, 2018 SUBSCRIBE 232K Subscribe Subscribed Unsubscribe Welcome to New World Next Week – the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week: Story #1: Vermont Poised to Enact Legal Pot Through Legislature Paraguay Legalizes… »»»


(289) It’s 2018. Time to Step Things Up

corbettreport Published on Jan 8, 2018 SUBSCRIBE 231K Subscribe Subscribed Unsubscribe SHOW NOTES: Iranian regime change. Korean nuclear war. Alt media censorship. There are a lot of reasons to be concerned about the year ahead as we ease our way into 2018. That’s why my New Year resolution is to redouble my efforts and… »»»


Despite Trump’s Bluster, Diplomacy Moves Forward as North and South Korea Announce Joint Talks


Common Dreams – By Andrea Germanos – Friday Jan 05, 2017 Photo: Demonstrators take part in a rally for nuclear disarmament in Berlin on November 18, 2017. (Photo: ICAN Germany/flickr/cc). North Korea and South Korea will hold formal talks next week—the first official sit-down in over two years—despite continued bluster by President Donald Trump directed… »»»


North and South Korea Propose to Hold Talks. DPRK To Participate in Olympic Games?

By Peter Symonds Global Research, January 03, 2018 World Socialist Web Site The two Koreas have agreed to hold talks next Tuesday after North Korean leader Kim Jong-un said in a New Year’s speech his country could send a team to the Winter Olympics, due to be held in South Korea next month. Kim also suggested he was… »»»


Iceland Becomes First Country to Punish Companies for Paying Women Less Than Men


Common Dreams – Julia Conley – Tuesday, January 02, 2018 Photo: Katrin Jakobsdottir became Iceland’s prime minister in November. The country’s parliament is almost 50 percent female. (Photo: @jellsmoor/Twitter). Iceland began the new year by becoming the first country in the world to mandate that all its companies must pay men and women equally. Following… »»»


New World Next Year – 2018

corbettreport Published on Dec 21, 2017 SUBSCRIBE 227K SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBED UNSUBSCRIBE Welcome to New World Next Week – the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This year: Corbett Report’s 2017 Story: The Robots Keep Rising The Robot That Knows When… »»»


US outnumbered 14 to 1 as it vetoes UN vote on status of Jerusalem


The Guardian – By Peter Beaumont in Jerusalem – Tuesday 19 Dec 2017 Photo: Jerusalem, Israel. A UN security council resolution calling for the withdrawal of Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital has been backed by every council member except the US, which used its veto. The unanimity of the rest of the… »»»


‘Day of Rage’ in Occupied Territories Amid Global Outcry Against Trump’s Jerusalem Move


Common Dreams – By Jake Johnson – December 08, 2017 Photo: Worshippers chant as they hold Palestinian flags after Friday prayers on the compound known to Muslims as Noble Sanctuary and to Jews as Temple Mount in Jerusalem’s Old City, as Palestinians call for a “day of rage” in response to President Donald Trump’s recognition… »»»


America’s homeless population rises for the first time since the Great Recession in 1929 – 1941


The Guardian – By Alastair Gee – Wednesday 6 December 2017 Photo: Homeless Mother and Children in America. America’s homeless population has risen this year for the first time since the Great Recession, propelled by the housing crisis afflicting the west coast, according to a new federal study. The study has found that 553,742 people… »»»


Israel and US Hide Names of Companies Supporting Israeli Settlements.

By Prof. Marjorie Cohn Global Research, December 05, 2017 In December 2016 the United Nations Security Council passed a resolution reaffirming that Israel’s Jewish settlements in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT) are illegal and calling on Israel to stop settlement activities in the OPT. Resolution 2334 says the settlements have “no legal validity,” calls them “a flagrant… »»»


Alex Azar is big pharma personified. He must not become US health secretary


The Guardian – By Gabriel Levitt – Friday December 01, 2017 Photo: ‘Alex Azar and his company have vigorously opposed policies that would make healthcare more affordable for the rest of us.’ Photograph: Michael Reynolds/EPA. Recently, the president announced Alex Azar as his nominee to lead the US Department of Health and Human Services, saying:… »»»


Shots Fired in the Media War! Corbett Report Hit!

corbettreport Published on Dec 1, 2017 SUBSCRIBE 224K SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBED UNSUBSCRIBE SHOW NOTES: Shots have been fired in the media wars! The Corbett Report is being flagged for talking about robots! The site has been labeled “harmful” by the Lords of Gootube! Why stand we here idle? Join James for today’s Thought for the… »»»


Voters Urged to “Melt the Phone Lines” to Stop Senate From Passing #GOPTaxScam


Common Dreams – By Julia Conley – Thursday Nov 30, 2017 Photo: Progressive groups gathered at the Capitol in Washington, D.C. for the People’s Filibuster, a 24-hour rally to defeat the Republican tax bill. (Photo: @TaxMarch/Twitter). Progressives rally in “People’s Filibuster” to stop Republican tax plan as proposal advances toward Senate floor vote. The Progressive… »»»



corbettreport Published on Nov 29, 2017 SUBSCRIBE 224K SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBED UNSUBSCRIBE SHOW NOTES: Sophia the robot is not a “she.” But if the powers-that-shouldn’t-be get their way we will soon be marrying our sex robots and having fewer babies than ever. It’s time to put the brakes on this crazy train…. »»»


America is in crisis and the Republican tax plan will make that worse


The Guardian – By Steven Greenhouse – Tuesday 28 Nov 2017 Photo: ‘The Trump administration and Congress are rushing to push through tax cuts that mainly help business and the wealthiest Americans.’ Photograph: Michael Reynolds/EPA. The plan would comfort the already very comfortable and further afflict many of the afflicted – all while causing the… »»»


The End of the Syrian War Is the Beginning of a New Middle Eastern Order: The Role of the Strategic triangle between Iran, Russia and China

By Federico Pieraccini Global Research, November 28, 2017 In the Middle East and beyond, we are witnessing a series of high-level political meetings between dozens of nations involved directly or indirectly in the Syrian situation. It is crucial to understand all this in order to understand the direction in which the region is going and what the… »»»


Rafiq on false flags and the problem of evil; Les Jamieson says “end FISA spying and expose 9/11!” __on Kevin Barrett’s Truth Jihad Radio

Kevin Barrett's Truth Jihad Radio

Coming Up Wednesday, November 29th — Monday, Wednesday, and Sunday at 8am Pacific * 11am Eastern * 16:00 GMT   EXCLUSIVE BROADCAST: Rafiq on false flags and the problem of evil; Les Jamieson says “end FISA spying and expose 9/11!” First 25 minutes: Rafiq, author of Days of Shock, Days of Wonder and GAJ, discusses… »»»


I Am A Sustainable Free Trade Globalist!

corbettreport Published on Nov 28, 2017 SUBSCRIBE 223K SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBED UNSUBSCRIBE SHOW NOTES: “Sustainability.” “Free trade.” “Globalism.” Does the very mention of these words set you blood boiling? Why? Are you reacting to the actual meaning of the words, or the way those words have been twisted to serve various political agendas? Do you… »»»


From Catherine II to Vladimir Putin by Thierry Meyssan

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VOLTAIRE NETWORK | MEXICO CITY (MEXICO) | 28 NOVEMBER 2017 Since the beginning of the war against Syria in 2011, Russia has been supporting this nation against what it considers to be an exterior aggression. While the Western Press explains this behaviour as a case of solidarity between dictatorships, Thierry Meyssan brings to light its real historical… »»»


How Rockefeller founded modern medicine and killed natural cures

Original caption: Illustration criticizing the pollution of New York's air by the Standard Oil plant in the Bronx. The company is depicted as "A HORRIBLE MONSTER, WHOSE TENTACLES SPREAD POVERTY, DISEASE AND DEATH." Published July 19th, 1880. New York, New York, USA

World Affairs – By Chris Kanthan – Oct 20, 2015 Re-posted Nov 24, 2017 People these days look at you like a weirdo if you talk about the healing properties of plants or any other holistic practices. Much like anything else, there is a lot of politics and money behind our modern medical system. It… »»»


Joint Statement by the President of the United States and the President of the Russian Federation

By Pres. Donald Trump and Pres. Vladimir Putin Global Research, November 16, 2017 U.S. Department of State 11 November 2017 We bring to the attention of our readers the official statement issued by the White House and The Kremlin pertaining to meetings of the two presidents on the margins of the APEC Summit conference in Vietnam. (emphasis added by… »»»


Richest 1% own half the world’s wealth new study finds


The Guardian – By Rupert Neate – Tuesday 14 November 2017 The Credit Suisse report found 2.3 million new dollar millionaires were created over the past year, taking the total to 36 million. The globe’s richest 1% own half the world’s wealth, according to a new report highlighting the growing gap between the super-rich and… »»»


You Are Powerful And We Are Winning

corbettreport Published on Nov 14, 2017 SUBSCRIBE 218K SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBED UNSUBSCRIBE JOIN THE CORBETT REPORT: SHOW NOTES: You are weak! You are powerless! You don’t control your own life!…is what the powers-that-shouldn’t-be want you to believe. In reality, the thing they are most afraid of is you discovering your own power and taking… »»»


In Second Gilded Age, Trump shows no sign of taking on rigged system


The Guardian – By Larry Elliott – Sunday 12 November 2017 Photo: Robber Barons were American business men who used their power to develop industrial Monopolies and become extremely wealthy. They also used their money to pay of many government officials to keep quiet. This ended up leading to the 2nd corrupt bargain. As these… »»»


Nation That Says It Can’t Afford Medicare for All Has Spent $5.6 Trillion on War Since 9/11


Common Dreams – By Andrea Germanos – Wednesday November 08, 2017 Photo: “From the civilians harmed and displaced by violence, to the soldiers killed and wounded, to the children who play years later on roads and fields sown with improvised explosive devices and cluster bombs, no set of numbers can convey the human toll of… »»»


The Public Bank Option – Safer, Local, and Half the Cost

Posted on November 4, 2017 by Ellen Brown Phil Murphy, a former banker with a double-digit lead in New Jersey’s race for governor, has made a state-owned bank a centerpiece of his platform. If he wins on November 7, the nation’s second state-owned bank in a century could follow.    A UK study published on October 27,… »»»


A basic income for everyone? Yes, Finland shows it really can work


The Guardian – By Aditya Chakrabortty – Tuesday 31 October 2017 Photo: All those free euros have driven Juha Järvinen to work harder than ever.’ Photograph: Frederick Tiffin. Mark Zuckerberg, Bernie Sanders and Elon Musk back the idea. And trials suggest it can liberate jobless people from a life of humiliation. In a speck of… »»»


Regulation Is Killing Community Banks – Public Banks Can Revive Them

Posted on October 30, 2017 by Ellen Brown Crushing regulations are driving small banks to sell out to the megabanks, a consolidation process that appears to be intentional. Publicly-owned banks can help avoid that trend and keep credit flowing in local economies. At his confirmation hearing in January 2017, Treasury Secretary Stephen Mnuchin said, “regulation is killing community… »»»


Women’s Convention: ‘Millions of Women Coming Together to Stand Up and Fight Back’


Common Dreams – Staff – Saturday 28 October 2017 “More than ever, we need all women and allies to come together to collectively reclaim our time.” Nine months after the Women’s March, a sell-out crowd of 4,000 people, mostly women, gathered in Detroit’s Cabo Center this weekend for the Women’s Convention. The Women’s Convention was… »»»


Big Brother in Little China – #NewWorldNextWeek

corbettreport Published on Oct 26, 2017 SUBSCRIBE 216K SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBED UNSUBSCRIBE Welcome to New World Next Week – the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week: Story #1: Big Data Meets Big Brother As China Moves To Rate Its… »»»


‘Bush No Better’ Than Trump: Gold Star Mom Cindy Sheehan Decries Whitewashing of Warmonger


Common Dreams – By Julia Conley – Tuesday October 24, 2017 Photo: Cindy Sheehan is protesting President Bush and his handling of the Iraqi war right outside his ranch in Crawford, Texas. “Where is the movement to oppose U.S. wars, instead of liberal handwringing over botched messages of condolence?”. One of the most recognizable Iraq… »»»




No Lies Radio Music – By Teri Perticone – October 22, 2017 Photo: Jack Kerouac the beat generation writer of ‘On The Road’ 1952. Historic Films Stock Footage Archive Published on Jan 12, 2015 Video source:… »»»


Backstage: McCartney Rocks Red Square with President Putin in the audience in 2003 in pics & video


No Lies Radio Music – By Teri Perticone – October 20, 2017 Photo: Paul McCartney former Beatle plays Red Square in Moscow 2003. This is a great example of the healing power of music and it’s ability to bring people together. Even if they don’t agree on politics President Putin has always admired the Beatles… »»»


Not just one monster–‘Me too’ reveals the ubiquity of sexual assault


The Guardian – By Suzanne Moore – Monday 16 October 2017 Photo: The tabloids are calling Harvey Weinstein a beast or a monster … Contain him in his repulsiveness, and the more extreme he appears to be, the less like other men.’ Photograph: Vince Bucci/Invision/AP. Me too may be another hashtag. With good intentions. But… »»»


What Is Sustainable Development?

corbettreport Published on Oct 20, 2017 SUBSCRIBE 215K SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBED UNSUBSCRIBE SHOW NOTES AND MP3: We’ve all heard of “sustainable development,” but what does it actually mean? Is it really about protecting the earth, or is it just another tool for foisting an agenda of carbon eugenics and technocracy? Join us this week on… »»»


Harvey Weinstein and the Politics of Hollywood

By Jonathan Cook Global Research, October 18, 2017 There is something truly exasperating about digesting the steady flow of horror stories relating to Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. In part, of course, it is because the reports that Weinstein allegedly raped and sexually assaulted women over decades are deeply disturbing. In part, it is because one can be… »»»


Backstage with Moonalice San Francisco’s Hippie Psychedelic Band includes, bio, pics & music video’s


No Lies Radio Music – By Teri Perticone – Friday October 13, 2017 Photo: Moonalice–Left to right: Pete Sears, John Molo, Roger McNamee & Barry Sless. Moonalice is a unique hippie, psychedelic roots jam band still playing live gigs in and around the San Francisco Bay Area. It’s members are all from different bands originating… »»»


So You’ve Decided To Boycott Google…

corbettreport Published on Oct 13, 2017 SUBSCRIBE 214K SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBED UNSUBSCRIBE JOIN THE OPEN SOURCE INVESTIGATION: You’ve decided to boycott Google? Congratulations! That’s a great idea! But now, where do you go for alternatives? Are there any other search engines? Join The Corbett Report’s open source investigation into search alternatives as we explore the… »»»


How to Wipe Out Puerto Rico’s Debt Without Hurting Bondholders

Posted on October 12, 2017 by Ellen Brown During his visit to hurricane-stricken Puerto Rico, President Donald Trump shocked the bond market when he told Geraldo Rivera of Fox News that he was going to wipe out the island’s bond debt. He said on October 3rd: You know they owe a lot of money to your friends on Wall… »»»


Puerto Rico: US officials privately acknowledge serious food shortage


The Guaradian – By Richard Wolffe/San Jaun – Wednesday 11 October 2017 Photo: Puerto Rico wait for fuel in Orocovis, outside San Juan. More than a third of Puerto Ricans are still struggling to live without drinking water. Photograph: Shannon Stapleton/Reuters. US government providing 200,000 meals a day to meet needs of 2m people. Federal… »»»


Backstage honors Rock Icon Tom Petty Dead at 66 with obituary, bio, pics & music video’s


The Guardian – By Adam Sweeting – Tuesday October 03, 2017 Photo: Tom Petty American singer/songwriter and guitarist who found fame with the Heartbreakers. Last week the rock star Tom Petty, who has died after suffering a cardiac arrest aged 66, and his band, the Heartbreakers, completed a trio of acclaimed shows at the Hollywood… »»»


Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons Wins Nobel Peace Prize

By Stephen Lendman Global Research, October 06, 2017 VISIT MY NEW WEB SITE:  (Home – Stephen Lendman).  Contact at War criminals like Obama and Henry Kissinger usually get the award, last year narco-terrorist Juan Manuel Santos, Colombia’s president, this year an exception to standard practice – the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons the honoree (ICAN). Launched in… »»»


How to Fund a Universal Basic Income Without Increasing Taxes or Inflation

Universal Basic Income

Posted on October 3, 2017 by Ellen Brown The policy of guaranteeing every citizen a universal basic income is gaining support around the world, as automation increasingly makes jobs obsolete. But can it be funded without raising taxes or triggering hyperinflation? In a panel I was on at the NexusEarth cryptocurrency conference in Aspen September… »»»


Rise of the yimbys: the angry millennials with a radical housing solution


The Guardian – By Erin McCormick in San Francisco – 02 October 2017 Photo: A pro-housing protest in San Francisco. Yimby groups take aim at space-hogging, single-family homeowners and confound anti-capitalist groups by daring to take the side of luxury condo developers. Photograph: Yimby Action. When a woman stood up and waved a courgette in… »»»


Liquid genocide: alcohol destroyed Pine Ridge reservation – then they fought back includes video


The Guardian – By Oliver Laughland & Tom Silverstone in Pine Ridge SD – 29 September 2017 Photo: Joe Pulliam: ‘This tipi rising here represents the end of that oppression.’ Photograph: Tom Silverstone. Dashing through wild sunflowers and tall grass, Joe Pulliam slid through the barbed-wire fence that marks the state border. With two large… »»»


San Juan Mayor One-on-One with Anderson Cooper: “HELP US, WE ARE DYING”. #SanJuan @CarmenYulinCruz

San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz Soto_27009646_ver1.0_640_360 – Carmen Yulin Cruz – September 29, 2017   PS This is really happening to American citizens–let’s get out the word & get these folks the help they need. Posted by Teri Perticone… »»»


Keiser Report: Credit Freeze — on Economic Collapse Teach-in

Wall Street

This show was broadcast September 30, 2017. It is now archived here — Use Player Don’t Miss our Saturday – Economic Collapse Truth Teach-in MarathonComing Up at 11am Pacific * 2pm Eastern * 19:00 GMT – SaturdayWill be archived here after the broadcast by Monday. Coming up Saturday – ONE KEY ECONOMIC COLLAPSE TRUTH Revelation… »»»

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