Archive for Big Brother

Bob Murphy Show Twin Spin

I was on the road so I’m backed up in posting here: ==> Ep. 98 on why progressives are “anti-vaxxers” when it comes to the Alt Right. ==> Ep. 100 on why even tyrannical regimes ultimately rest on public opinion.

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Bob Murphy Show 95: Tareq Haddad on the Syrian Chemical Weapon Scandal and Why He Resigned From Newsweek

This is an important conversation that I encourage you to absorb when you have the time. Below is the video of course, and this link is to the audio if you prefer that.

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Jimmy Dore Rips Lawrence O’Donnell and FBI

This is from a month ago, but it’s great. I knew I liked his tweets but Jimmy Dore is (like Glenn Greenwald) an honest progressive:

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BMS ep. 92: FBI Spying and the Gaslighting of America

I read the Executive Summary of the IG report, so you don’t have to.

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A Strident Yet Funny Take on Assange

I really liked this provocative video. I clicked on some of their/her other stuff, and it’s a bit fuzzy. (E.g. they don’t seem to really know the difference between wealth and income.) Also, on the claim that the IMF money was tied to Assange, here is Jason Ditz.

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Jordan Page on the Persecution of Schaeffer Cox

The latest episode of the Bob Murphy Show.

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More on Krauthammer

Paul Gottfried gives grudging respect to Charles Krauthammer in The American Conservative. An excerpt: The contemporary Right bears little if any resemblance to what it was during the 1950s and 1960s, when it resisted the civil rights revolution, opposed communism as a godless enemy that worshipped state power, and favored traditional social relations. Then in […]

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“Surely the American People Would Never Let That Happen!”

I was telling my son about Obama’s “secret kill list” and W. Bush’s global secret prison network and realized I had made a whole video about it (that I then forced him to watch). I wouldn’t have my so do something without forcing you to as well: It takes me a minute to get going […]

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