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Is Russia a Threat?
Alleged election-meddling aside, there is a great deal of exaggeration of Russia's power and of its threat to the U.S., says author and scholar Vijay Prashad
DATE: 2018-02-19 | LENGTH: 19:21

 
Wilkerson: The Trump-Netanyahu Iran Plan Means War
As Benjamin Netanyahu threatens war, Col. Lawrence Wilkerson says that in targeting Iran, the U.S. and Israel are threatening wider conflict in Syria and Lebanon
DATE: 2018-02-19 | LENGTH: 12:47

 
President Ramaphosa: From Militant Revolutionary to Corporate Magnate
The ANC's revolutionary leadership became low level allies of international capital and of all forms of exploitation of the working peoples of Southern Africa says scholar Horace G. Campbell.
DATE: 2018-02-19 | LENGTH: 29:16

 
Were Baltimore's Corrupt Cops High When They Made Attempted Murder Arrest?
Court hearing mentions allegations that members of the Gun Trace Task Force were using drugs when they responded to call in case where they will be forced to testify for defense
DATE: 2018-02-20

 
Empire Files: In the Deadliest Country for Unions & Social Leaders
In 2017, murders of social leaders, union organizers and indigenous activists in Colombia hit a new high since the historic peace agreement. Empire Files' Abby Martin goes to Colombia to document the increasingly deadly situation for human rights activists. Watch more on teleSUR
DATE: 2018-02-20 | LENGTH: 18:52

 
A New 'Cancer Alley' for Appalachia
The Trump administration, the Chinese government, and major petrochemical companies are moving forward with a new multibillion-dollar petrochemical hub in Appalachia. The project raises health and environmental concerns, and suffers from serious conflict of interest problems, journalist Steve Horn reports
DATE: 2018-02-19 | LENGTH: 14:17

 
Colombian Peace Agreement with FARC on the Brink of Collapse
The peace agreement that the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia signed last year is on the verge of collapse, as violence against social leaders and former FARC fighters continues unabated
DATE: 2018-02-19 | LENGTH: 15:44

 
Philippine War on Drugs a Cover for President Duterte's Fascism?
President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines is waging an all-out war on drugs and drug addicts, with as many as 12,000 killed since it started in mid 2016. With backing from the Trump administration, Duterte is also using this war to crack down on leftist rebels and other critics
DATE: 2018-02-19 | LENGTH: 17:50

 
Mother of Woman Shot by Baltimore County Police Speaks Out
Korryn Gaines' mother Rhanda Dormeus discusses her daughter's death, her grandson's trauma, and police force
DATE: 2018-02-19

 
   


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Is the Oil Industry Canada's 'Deep State'?
Justin Trudeau and Canada's political elite are fighting for the Tar Sands and oil industry's interests, even if it means that Canada misses its climate targets. We speak to Kevin Taft, ex-Liberal Party politician and author of 'Oil's Deep State.'
 
Chuck Schumer: War Hawk or Progressive?
The Senate Democratic leader has tried to pivot to the left after Donald Trump's win in November, but how much of the progressive agenda has he adopted? - Cartoon by Baltimore's Tom Chalkley
 
TRNN SPECIAL: Trump, The Koch Brothers and Their War on Climate Science
A documentary special reveals how climate change science has been under systematic attack; the multi-million dollar campaign allowed a climate change denier to be elected president (a new version with updated content and music)
 
   


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South Africa: Criminality and Deep Rot in the ANC Will Continue Under New President Ramaphosa (2/2)
South Africa's new President Cyril Ramaphosa has been part of the ANC leadership for decades, aiding and abetting in the very criminality he now pledges to eradicate, says Vishwas Satgar. Watch part 1
DATE: 2018-02-18 | LENGTH: 17:44

 
Do Russiagate Skeptics Go Too Far?
As top intelligence officials warn of Russian meddling in the upcoming mid-terms, John Feffer of Lobelog and Foreign Policy in Focus joins TRNN's Aaron Mate to discuss Feffer's new article arguing that some progressive critics are going too far in dismissing the Russiagate narrative
DATE: 2018-02-18 | LENGTH: 23:43

 
The Return of Berlusconi: Can A Fractured Left Defeat Him?
Uncertainty reigns as Italy gears up for an election on March 4, with most observers saying it will end with a hung parliament. University of Bologna Professor Raffaele Laudani discusses the election's unpredictability, the weakening of the left, and Silvio Berlusconi's political comeback
DATE: 2018-02-18 | LENGTH: 19:03

 
Potomac Pipeline Would Be 'Another Contradiction' From Larry Hogan
Republican Governor Larry Hogan, who signed a state-wide fracking ban last year, has yet to deny the permit for a pipeline that would transport fracked gas under the Potomac River -- and time is running out
DATE: 2018-02-18 | LENGTH: 10:42

 
Police Union Keeps Audit Secret Despite Allegations of Massive Overtime Fraud
City officials say they can't release a long-awaited audit of officers' overtime pay due to a lawsuit filed by the police union that is still pending in federal court
DATE: 2018-02-18 | LENGTH: 04:57

 
Guns, Toxic Masculinity, and the Alt-Right
The FBI has confirmed it failed to act on a tip about Nikolas Cruz, the confessed shooter in the Florida high school massacre. Author David Neiwert says the shooting underscores the dangerous combination of toxic masculinity, guns, and radicalized scapegoating
DATE: 2018-02-16 | LENGTH: 11:55

 
Zuma's Catastrophic Presidency Ends in Forced Resignation (1/2)
South African President Jacob Zuma resigned under intense pressure from his political party, the ANC, which ordered him to step down or face a no-confidence vote. Zuma has had a disastrous effect on South Africa's nascent democracy, but a surging countermovement gives reason for hope, says Vishwas Satgar of Wits University. Watch part 2
DATE: 2018-02-14 | LENGTH: 12:04

 
Brother of Crooked Cop Says He Knows Who Killed Detective Suiter
As the new police commissioner names an outside investigator to look into death of Det. Sean Suiter, Det. Daniel Hersl's brother says he knows the answer
DATE: 2018-02-16 | LENGTH: 03:54

 
Israeli Strikes in Egypt Kept Secret for Years
Over a hundred bombings and invasions did not weaken ISIS in Sinai
DATE: 2018-02-16 | LENGTH: 04:59

 
As the Opioid Crisis Deepens, Will Maryland Democrats Vote to Save Lives?
Advocates say a new bill to create safe consumption spaces for drug users would save lives and money. But in a blue state that has rejected progressive ideas in the past, will lawmakers embrace the strategy?
DATE: 2018-02-16 | LENGTH: 05:48

 
The Free Market Threat to Democracy
Democratic institutions are not under stress--they're under aggressive attack, as unconstrained financial greed overrides democratic decisions, says economist John Weeks
DATE: 2018-02-16 | LENGTH: 25:10

 
Finding a SALT Tax Deduction Workaround
Trump's tax reform limits the State and Local Tax (SALT) deduction to $10,000, disproportionately affecting high-tax states with progressive policies. These states can avoid the problem, though, by shifting to payroll taxes instead of income taxes. CEPR's Dean Baker explains
DATE: 2018-02-16 | LENGTH: 11:16

 
Florida Shooter Is MAGA Hat-Wearing White Supremacist Who Said Mexicans Should Be Killed and Black People Should Be in Chains
Nikolas Cruz, the shooter charged with gunning down students at a Florida high school, said he hated "jews, ni**ers, immigrants" and fantasized about killing people of color.
DATE: 2018-02-15

 
Charter School Principal: No Evidence Privatization Is Better For Students
Pushing back against the national wave of school privatization, Baltimore principal Matt Hornbeck says equitable funding and high-quality teachers are the keys to educational excellence
DATE: 2018-02-15 | LENGTH: 13:08

 
Max Blumenthal in Gaza: Netanyahu Faces Scandal, Palestinians a Crisis
Reporting from the Gaza Strip, journalist and best-selling author Max Blumenthal says Netanyahu's domestic corruption case has not even registered to a besieged Palestinian population under Israeli blockade
DATE: 2018-02-15 | LENGTH: 14:00

 
Trump's Infrastructure Fantasy a Gift to His Donors
The Trump plan promotes the mythology of private sector efficiency and creates private sector monopolies. The danger is that this allows monopolies to charge substantially more than what public goods such as water, roads and railways actually cost
DATE: 2018-02-15 | LENGTH: 11:17

 
Netanyahu Could Fall for Corruption, Not War Crimes
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's political future is in jeopardy, but his most serious crimes have nothing to do with the corruption charges that he may face, says Shir Hever
DATE: 2018-02-14 | LENGTH: 10:20

 
Climate Change Costs Insurance Companies Billions, And Price is Rising
Insurance claims due to climate change-related disasters reached a record $135 billion in 2017. That should be a big wake-up call to the insurance industry, says Carbon Tracker CEO Anthony Hobley
DATE: 2018-02-15 | LENGTH: 06:51

 
  

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Were Baltimore's Corrupt Cops High When They Made Attempted Murder Arrest?
Court hearing mentions allegations that members of the Gun Trace Task Force were using drugs when they responded to call in case where they will be forced to testify for defense
DATE: 2018-02-20

 
Mother of Woman Shot by Baltimore County Police Speaks Out
Korryn Gaines' mother Rhanda Dormeus discusses her daughter's death, her grandson's trauma, and police force
DATE: 2018-02-19

 
Police Union Keeps Audit Secret Despite Allegations of Massive Overtime Fraud
City officials say they can't release a long-awaited audit of officers' overtime pay due to a lawsuit filed by the police union that is still pending in federal court
DATE: 2018-02-18

 
Brother of Crooked Cop Says He Knows Who Killed Detective Suiter
As the new police commissioner names an outside investigator to look into death of Det. Sean Suiter, Det. Daniel Hersl's brother says he knows the answer
DATE: 2018-02-16

 
As the Opioid Crisis Deepens, Will Maryland Democrats Vote to Save Lives?
Advocates say a new bill to create safe consumption spaces for drug users would save lives and money. But in a blue state that has rejected progressive ideas in the past, will lawmakers embrace the strategy?
DATE: 2018-02-16

 
Trump's Budget Declares War on Forgotten America
Across the country, legislators and advocates say President Trump's budget and infrastructure plans would siphon resources and wealth off the needy to benefit the wealthy
DATE: 2018-02-14

 
   


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Strange Creatures of Denial - Tom Chalkley

 

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The G.O.P Budget: One more Shoddy Trump Product - Tom Chalkley

 
   


COLUMNS

New Era in War on Workers: The Ramaphosa Presidency in South Africa
Irvin Jim / Socialist Project. The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) views the appointment of Cyril Ramaphosa to the position of President of the Republic of South Africa, as a new era in the war against workers and the working class majority in the country. It is also important for us to state that we welcome former president Jacob Zuma’s well deserved and humiliating removal from the highest office in the land. Zuma’s inglorious exit from power is fitting punishment for his treacherous betrayal of the African working class. As an affiliate of ...

Irvin Jim

China’s step into the maelstrom of the Middle East
By James M Dorsey / East Asia Forum. The Middle East has a knack for sucking external powers into its conflicts. China’s ventures into the region have shown how difficult it is to maintain its principle of non-interference in the internal affairs of other states. China’s abandonment of non-interference is manifested by its (largely ineffective) efforts to mediate conflicts in South Sudan, Syria and Afghanistan as well as between Israel and Palestine and even between Saudi Arabia and Iran. It is even more evident in China’s trashing of its vow not to establish foreign military bases, which became apparent ...

James M. Dorsey

Olympic Games Make US Regime Paranoid and Unpredictable
By David William Pear, February 14, 2018 [Photo:  North Korean cheerleaders wave unification flags during Team Korea's ice hockey game against Sweden at the Gwandong Ice Hockey Center in Gangneung, Monday. / Yonhap, Korean Times http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/sports/2018/02/702_244132.html ]   Despite all the efforts of a paranoid and unpredictable US regime, the Koreans are making peace not war during the 2018 Winter Olympics. The US is furious and pulling out all the stops to tarnish the Games, and it is trying to put South Korea back on the US colonial leash. South Korea's democratically elected peace-president Moon Jae-in is showing signs that he is not ...

David William Pear

Regime Change Fails: Is A Military Coup Or Invasion Of Venezuela Next?
By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers / Popular Resistance Speaking at his alma mater, the University of Texas, on February 1, Secretary of State Tillerson suggested a potential military coup in Venezuela.  Tillerson then visited allied Latin American countries urging regime change and more economic sanctions on Venezuela. Tillerson is considering banning the processing or sale of Venezuelan oil in the United States and is discouraging other countries from buying Venezuelan oil. Further, the US is laying the groundwork for war against Venezuela. In a series of tweets, Senator Marco Rubio, the Republican from Florida, where many Venezuelan ...

Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers

Surrendering a Brussels mosque: A Saudi break with ultra-conservatism?
By James M. Dorsey / Mid-East Soccer. Saudi Arabia, in an indication that it is serious about shaving off the sharp edges of its Sunni Muslim ultra-conservatism, has agreed to surrender control of the Great Mosque in Brussels. The decision follows mounting Belgian criticism of alleged intolerance and supremacism that was being propagated by the mosque’s Saudi administrators as well as social reforms in the kingdom introduced by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, including a lifting of the ban on women’s driving, the granting of women’s access to male sporting events and introduction of modern forms of entertainment. Relinquishing control of the ...

James M. Dorsey

Leaked draft summary of UN special report on 1.5C climate goal – in full
By Megan Darby / Climate Change News. Read the draft summary for policymakers of the most important climate science report of the year, on the challenge of holding global warming to 1.5C (Flickr/Toshiyuki IMAI) Climate Home News is one of the world’s most trusted independent sources of climate politics news. Sign up for our newsletter. What are the impacts of 1.5C global warming, compared to 2C? What would it take to limit temperature rise to that level? What are the trade-offs with sustainable development goals? These are the questions to be addressed by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change ...

Megan Darby

Chinese extradition request puts crackdown on Uyghurs in the spotlight
By James M. Dorsey / Mid-East Soccer. A Chinese demand for the extradition of 11 Uyghurs from Malaysia puts the spotlight on China’s roll-out of one of the world's most intrusive surveillance systems, military moves to prevent Uyghur foreign fighters from returning to Xinjiang, and initial steps to export its security approach to countries like Pakistan. The 11 were among 25 Uyghurs who escaped from a Thai detention centre in November through a hole in the wall, using blankets to climb to the ground. The extradition request follows similar deportations of Uyghurs from Thailand and Egypt often with no due process and no ...

James M. Dorsey

US Misses Opportunity For Peace Progress At Olympics
By Kevin Zeese / Popular Resistance The unified Korean team marches in the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics at Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium. Credit James Hill for The New York Times. Despite President Moon’s Efforts to Encourage Diplomacy, Childish Anti-Diplomatic Behavior of Vice President Pence Undermines Opportunity for Peace Diplomacy At a carefully planned dinner to honor Kim Yong Nam, the North Korean president’s sister, and Vice President Mike Pence, South Korean President Moon said that he hoped the Winter Olympics would be remembered as the “day peace began.” But, Vice President Mike Pence did ...

Kevin Zeese


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