In this episode of teleSUR's Days of Revolt, Chris Hedges discusses the corporate takeover of Salinas, CA by a multi-billion dollar agricultural industry, and the ways in which a radical city councilman and a civil rights attorney have been able to fight against it. DATE: 2016-02-09
| LENGTH: 26:50
Dr. Graham Gudgin and Jo Michell of Economists for Rational Economic Policies challenge the prediction that the UK will remain the fastest growing economy in Western Europe DATE: 2016-02-09
| LENGTH: 17:03
Stephen Zunes responds to Hillary Clinton's statements explaining her Iraq War vote as well as Bernie Sanders' plan to mobilize countries like Saudi Arabia to take on ISIS DATE: 2016-02-04
| LENGTH: 13:29
Jihad Abdulmumit, Co-Chairperson for the National Jericho Amnesty Movement, was back for Facing Reality and a focus on political prisoners, specifically Jalil Muntaqim, and spoke a bit also about the 2016 U.S. presidential elections. DATE: 2016-02-07
| LENGTH: 11:28
In the second installment of this two-part episode, Abby Martin continues her investigation into the hidden war on the U.S.-Mexico border, and looks at the root causes of the epidemic of migrant deaths. Watch more on teleSUR DATE: 2016-02-07
| LENGTH: 24:56
The Real Capitol Hill sits down with Congressman Alan Grayson to discuss why he still hasn't endorsed a candidate despite his record being much closer to Senator Bernie Sanders DATE: 2016-02-06
| LENGTH: 14:08
UK Rejects UN Ruling that Assange Detention Is Illegal After the UN finds Assange to be arbitrarily detained, Assange attorney Carey Shenkman explains how the UK is undermining the authority of the UN while simultaneously relying on it to release detained UK citizens DATE: 2016-02-05
| LENGTH: 08:37
Did Hillary Lie About Her Iraq War Vote? Stephen Zunes responds to Hillary Clinton's statements explaining her Iraq War vote as well as Bernie Sanders' plan to mobilize countries like Saudi Arabia to take on ISIS DATE: 2016-02-04
| LENGTH: 13:29
By David Swanson. This article was fist published on teleSUR.
Super Bowl 50 will be the first National Football League championship to happen since it was reported that much of the pro-military hoopla at football games, the honoring of ...
By Norman Solomon. This article was first published on Columbia Journalism Review.
Ask yourself this question: Is it sufficient to protect journalists who report classified information while sources go off to prison?
During the last half decade, a growing roster of ...
By John Weeks
[Link for a longer radio version on Radio Free Brighton]
Vermont does in fact have village greens.
There is a story in which a Vermont farmer is visited by another sodbuster and his dog, from New Hampshire across the ...
By David Swanson. This article was first published on http://rootsaction.org
In the first day, nearly 10,000 people have signed a petition on RootsAction.org urging Hillary Clinton to "Stop lying about your Iraq vote." A RootsAction.org email launching the petition ...
By Andrew Levine. This article was first published on Counterpunch.
Nine times out of ten, or ninety-nine times out of a hundred, electoral politics at the national level these days does more to disable democracy than to enhance ...
By Dalan McEndree. This article was first published on Oilprice.
In recent days, signs of a possible breakthrough in the year-long stand-off between Russia and Saudi Arabia on crude production strategy have emerged. Saudi Arabia, OPECâ€™s dominant ...
On Reality Asserts Itself, Mr. Drake, a former Senior Executive at the National Security Agency, says he was targeted by the NSA because he exposed that the agency had intel that could have prevented the 9/11 attacks and because he blew the whistle on a massive secret surveillance program aimed at Americans
On Reality Asserts Itself, Ms. Principe talks about growing up in Portugal expecting the promise of the social state to be fulfilled, and becoming an activist in the fight against forces dismantling the achievements of the Portuguese revolution