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Iran's Press TV is still a force to be reckoned with, from a broadcast standpoint. They are still blocked from most satellites, from most service providers and from many entire nations. Their staff, the producers and presenters are world class. The problem is with the Press TV website. It has almost "gone dead," a big win for the controlled mainstream media.
Denis Rancourt: "I was publicly critical of the [University of Ottawa's] president’s paid trip to Israel."
Yellen will be the third consecutive Jew to run the Federal Reserve and the American economy.
Do you agree with US State Department that Americans have NO right to free speech?
The country that gave the world free speech has decided to take it back.
The neocons who planned 9/11 and the ensuing regime of "fascism lite" (see Luttwak's Coup d'Etat: A Practical Handbook) foresaw opposition from several quarters.
National Public Radio censors 9/11 truth. Here's how to beat the censorship.
A federal court has ruled that the Veterans Administration (VA) violated the free speech rights of a veteran who protested the agency’s failure to use part of its property in west Los Angeles for the benefit and care of veterans, particularly those who are homeless.
“What seems most disturbing about the 9/11 controversy is the widespread aversion by government and media to the evidence that suggests, at the very...
ACLU/SC Sues Veteran’s Affairs Department for Denying Free Speech Rights to Veteran LOS ANGELES, Calif. – The American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California sued...
The Daily Show's Jon Stewart in a very funny take on CPAC's "Festival of Whites" at TPM. Death panels and Marxist demons aside, Sarah Palin's Grandson gets Socialist medical care, Stephen C. Webster tells it at Raw Story. McCarthyism is back, ugly as ever and even more dangerous this time around by Aemilia Scott at AlterNet. Those stories and more in today's picks.
Nearly 70% of the military weaponry sold on this war ridden planet is sold by its most warlike nation, that's right...us, A report on the pimping of the weapons of war from TomGram. We have the right but do we also have a duty to stand and criticize government when we know it to be commiting wrongful acts? Gary Kohls provides insight at Consortium News. Harry Shearer at Huffington Post tells us: "...the US Justice Department does not dispute that prisoners in American custody have been tortured. Case closed. Literally." These are a few of the stories in today's picks.
A Texas man is caught posing as a highly-decorated soldier at a public event. It is being challenged now in federal court. Xavier Alvarez, a California man convicted in 2007 of falsely claiming to be a decorated Marine, is asking the U.S. Court of Appeals to overturn the conviction and rule the Stolen Valor Act unconstitutional. A ruling could come at any time.