From the ideological middle, which lauds pragmatism and pro-business politics but is unable to win elections, comes a newly re-branded venture: New Democracy.
Health care policy analyst Jon Walker discusses his proposal for transitioning the United States to a single-payer health care system.
A federal judge allowed a lawsuit against CIA contractors implicated in the torture program to proceed to trial in Spokane, Washington, on September 5.
The Jamaican musician Protoje released his most recent single “Blood Money” in February, and in July, he followed it up with a gripping video, illustrating government corruption, economic inequality, and social injustice in his home country. Protoje emphasizes the way the drug business and money laundering shapes life and culture,
Prosecutor Demanded Takedown After Wife Of Incarcerated Activist Published Legally Obtained Court Recording
The wife of an activist, jailed for a digital sit-in against the Boston Children’s Hospital website, says she was threatened for posting sworn testimony on YouTube.
On this week’s “Unauthorized Disclosure” podcast, host Rania Khalek interviews Amal Saad, a professor of political science at Lebanese University and the author of “Hezbollah: Politics and Religion.” Hezbollah recently liberated a part of Lebanon near the Syria-Lebanon border that was controlled by al Qaida. It also established a deal,
President Donald Trump’s administration is in the throes of a crisis of legitimacy and leadership, with federal government employees concerned and unwilling to stay quiet about chaos, incompetence, and questionable acts unfolding within institutions. To respond to an increase in leaks to the press, the Justice Department pledged to escalate
US-backed opposition in Venezuela foments deadly violence as it refuses to participate in democratic processes supported by Nicolas Maduro’s government.
It’s Shadowproof’s second birthday! We take a look back to honestly assess the work we are doing and to share aspirations with members and regular readers.
John Mellencamp produced an oil painting inspired by street art that pointedly declares, “Martin Luther King had a dream, and this ain’t it.” King deliberately looks nothing like the civil rights leader. It is on display at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as part of the “Mellencamp” exhibit