05 Feb 2020

Protest Song Of The Week: ‘Silver Tongued White Man’ By Jason Camp And The Posers

The post was originally published at Ongoing History Of Protest Songs. Canada is often portrayed as the more progressive and less racist neighbor of the United States. Overlooked in that perception is the country’s ongoing troubled history in dealing with its indigenous population. Shedding a light on indigenous issues is

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04 Feb 2020

Interview With Eoin Higgins: The Aftermath Of 2020 Iowa Caucus

Shadowproof Editor Kevin Gosztola is joined by Common Dreams Senior Editor Eoin Higgins to discuss the fall-out from the 2020 Iowa Caucus.

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04 Feb 2020

Reporter Notes: Exposing Corruption Within The DNC

Shadowproof editor Kevin Gosztola reflects on his reporting on DNC corruption in the hours leading up to the 2020 Iowa caucus disaster.

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30 Jan 2020

Dissenter Weekly: ‘Luanda Leaks,’ Amazon Whistleblowers Defy Threats From Management—Plus, Assange Leaves Solitary

On “Dissenter Weekly,” Kevin Gosztola highlights stories including retaliation against Amazon whistleblowers, “Luanda Leaks,” and latest in Assange’s case.

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29 Jan 2020

DNC Defends Diverse Group Of Corporate Democrats Appointed To Convention Committees

Faced with a backlash, the Democratic National Committee defended the secretive manner in which dozens of lobbyists, corporate consultants, party insiders, think tank board members, and pro-Israel Democrats were nominated by DNC Chair Tom Perez to committees for the 2020 national convention.

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27 Jan 2020

Democratic Party Elites Rig 2020 Convention Committees Against Sanders

An array of lobbyists, corporate consultants, think tank board members, party operatives, and pro-Israel Democrats were nominated to the 2020 Democratic National Convention committees by Democratic National Committee Chair Tom Perez.

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23 Jan 2020

Dissenter Weekly: Sham Charge Against Glenn Greenwald—Plus, US Prosecutors Argue First Amendment Doesn’t Apply To Assange

On “Dissenter Weekly,” we cover sham charge against Glenn Greenwald in Brazil and how US prosecutors think First Amendment doesn’t apply to Julian Assange.

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22 Jan 2020

Consortium News Accuses Canadian Spy Agency Of Defaming Them As Part Of Russian Cyber Influence Campaign

Consortium News accused a Canadian foreign intelligence agency, along with Global News, a Canadian television network, of defaming the media organization as “part of a cyber influence campaign directed by Russia.”

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22 Jan 2020

Protest Song Of The Week: ‘Thoughts And Prayers’ By Drive-By Truckers

The post originally appeared at Ongoing History Of Protest Songs. Art is often a product of the political climate. This truth is reflected in the music of the veteran southern rock band Drive-By Truckers. Their 2016 album “American Band” was by far their most political, heavily influenced by the 2016

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21 Jan 2020

Anti-LGBT Bolsonaro Government Targets Glenn Greenwald With Criminal Charge For Exposing Their Corruption

Journalist Glenn Greenwald, a co-founder of The Intercept, was charged with a cyber crime by the right-wing government of Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil.

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