05 Aug 2018

Interview With Max Blumenthal On Violent Undemocratic Uprising In Nicaragua

Hosts Rania Khalek and Kevin Gosztola welcome journalist Max Blumenthal, the editor of the Grayzone Project and co-host of the podcast, “Moderate Rebels” to “Unauthorized Disclosure.” Blumenthal recently returned from a reporting trip in Nicaragua. Nicaragua has experienced violence over the past months, as opponents of President Daniel Ortega and

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02 Aug 2018

Opioid Epidemic: Librarians In Oregon Trained To Administer Drug Used To Prevent Deaths

Although librarians are best known for worrying about overdue books, lately many have been concerned about overdoses, too. This summer, the Multnomah County Library in Portland, Oregon, is conducting a pilot effort at five libraries to train managers to administer naloxone, a drug that reverses the effects of an opioid

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02 Aug 2018

Looking Back On Shadowproof’s Third Year

On Shadowproof’s 3rd birthday, we assess our accomplishments over the past year and discuss some of our aspirations for the coming year.

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White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders. (Credit: White House livestream)
01 Aug 2018

Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ Rather Unusual But Revealing Answer To Question About Heckling Reporters

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders responds to question about media hecklers by attacking journalists who publish leaks.

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31 Jul 2018

Judge Orders Trump Administration To Quit Drugging Immigrant Children Without Parental Consent

A federal judge ordered President Donald Trump’s administration to stop administering multiple psychotropics to children held in immigrant detention without their parents’ consent. The government was also ordered the release of immigrant children from the Shiloh Treatment Center in Manvel, Texas, unless a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist has determined they

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The Dakota Access Pipeline. Photo by criminalintent on Flickr.
30 Jul 2018

Dakota Access Pipeline Company’s Lawsuit Against BankTrack For Sending Letters Dismissed By Federal Judge

A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by Energy Transfer Partners against an environmental and human rights organization, BankTrack, for its advocacy against their Dakota Access Pipeline project. BankTrack is based in Nijmegen, Netherlands, and as the court describes, the organization uses “engagement and public pressure to stop banks from

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30 Jul 2018

Interview With Journalist Tim Shorrock On Korea Peace Process And Ugly History Of US Military In South Korea

Hosts Rania Khalek and Kevin Gosztola interview journalist Tim Shorrock, who recently returned from a trip to South Korea. He was in Singapore to cover the summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un He has covered Korea since the 1970s. He is a contributor for the Nation and a correspondent

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28 Jul 2018

Member Newsletter Preview: Using Your Spark For Good

“I’m watching Ronald Reagan’s funeral, and the phone rings, and I go hello,” comedian Billy Crystal recalled. “Bill, it’s Ron Reagan.” It was Crystal’s friend, Robin Williams. These kind of phone calls happened often between them. Crystal replied, “So, what a coincidence. I’m watching your funeral.” Williams continued, “I just

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Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer at the "Inside Politics Press Breakfast" in 2011, hosted by Third Way. Photo via Third Way on Flickr.
25 Jul 2018

Clinton Democrats Embrace Losing Strategy To Combat ‘Sanders-Style Socialism’ In Midterms

At Third Way conference, Clinton Democrats and new recruits embrace a losing strategy to counter “Bernie Sanders-style socialism.”

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23 Jul 2018

Protest Song Of The Week: ‘Indians Never Die’ by Black Belt Eagle Scout

Black Belt Eagle Scout is the moniker for Portland-based singer-songwriter Katherine Paul. On the Bandcamp page for her upcoming debut album, “Mother of My Children,” Paul describes herself as a “radical indigenous queer feminist.” Concerning the album which is due out on September 14, 2018, Paul says the tunes are

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