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Democracy Now! Audio: Episodes

Headlines for November 14, 2014; Russell Brand on Revolution, Fighting Inequality, Addiction, Militarized Policing & Noam Chomsky
Headlines for November 13, 2014; Mexico Burns as Outrage over Student Disappearances Sparks Protests Against State-Backed Violence; Are Mexico's Missing Students the Victims of U.S.-Backed Drug War?; As Dems Punt Vote on Loretta Lynch, Admin Faces Pressure to Include Girls in "My Brother's Keeper"
Headlines for November 12, 2014; Obama Reaches Climate Deal with China — and GOP Congress May Not Be Able to Stop It; Obama Calls for Net Neutrality, But His Own Industry-Tied FCC Appointee Could Stand in the Way; Why We Lost: Retired U.S. General Calls for Public Inquiry into Failures of Iraq, Afghan Wars
In 2009, Matthew Hoh became the first State Department official to resign protest from his post in Afghanistan over U.S. policy. Prior to his assignment in Afghanistan, Matthew Hoh was deployed twice to Iraq. In part two of our conversation, we speak with Hoh about what happened after he blew the whistle ...
Headlines for November 11, 2014; Paralyzed Iraq War Vet Turned Peace Activist Tomas Young Dies on Eve of Veterans Day; Legendary Talk Show Host Phil Donahue on the Silencing of Antiwar Voices in U.S. Media; StoryCorps Veterans Day Special: The Unlikely Bond Between a U.S. Soldier & Two Iraqi Boys
Headlines for November 10, 2014; "I've Had Enough": Mexican Protesters Decry Years of Impunity After Apparent Massacre of 43 Students; "This is Crazy": Ex-State Dept. Official Matthew Hoh Blasts Obama's Doubling of U.S. Troops in Iraq; On Eve of Veterans Day, a Former Soldier Speaks Out on Hidden Costs ...
Matt Taibbi talks briefly about First Look Media, the new independent journalism project funded by Pierre Omidyar. Earlier this year, Taibbi was hired to start a web magazine called "The Racket," which would focus investigative reporting on Wall Street and the corporate world.
Headlines for November 07, 2014; New GOP Majority Backs Amnesty for Corporate Tax Dodgers, But Not Undocumented Immigrants; Matt Taibbi and Bank Whistleblower on How JPMorgan Chase Helped Wreck the Economy, Avoid Prosecution
Watch our interview with longtime consumer advocate Ralph Nader during our 2014 Election Night Special. "We shouldn’t let Citizens United and voting restriction laws ... be used as alibis by the Democrats in Congress," he says of the GOP’s victories.
Headlines for November 06, 2014; Obama & McConnell Pledge Cooperation; Will Fast-Tracking Secretive TPP Trade Deal Top Their Agenda?; Maui v. Monsanto: Hawaii County Voters Defy Agri-Giant's Spending to OK Landmark Ban on GMO Crops; Ben & Jerry’s Co-Founder on Knowing Your GMOs: Changing a Label Costs ...
Headlines for November 05, 2014; The Citizens United Senator: After GOP's Midterm Rout, Mitch McConnell Likely Next Majority Leader; A Big Win for Climate Change Denial: Republicans to Target EPA Regulations After Taking Senate; Grassroots Activism Helped Elect Obama in 2008 — Will It Resurface to ...
Headlines for November 04, 2014; 40,000 Voters Missing in Georgia? After Registration Drive in Areas of Color, Names Left off Rolls; New Voter Suppression Laws Could Decide Key Races, and Turn Back the Clocks for Years to Come; The Priciest Midterms Ever, Brought to You by "Dark Money" and Election Finance ...
Headlines for November 03, 2014; Angélique Kidjo: Don't Let the Ebola Crisis Dehumanize Africa and Don't Let Hate Consume America; Honoring Mama Africa: Angélique Kidjo Pays Tribute to South African Singer, Activist Miriam Makeba; Jim Crow Returns: Interstate "Crosscheck" Program Could Strip Millions ...
Part 2 of our conversation with Sheldon Krimsky, editor of "The GMO Deception: What You Need to Know about the Food, Corporations, and Government Agencies Putting Our Families and Our Environment at Risk."
We continue our conversation with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Eric Lichtblau about his new book detailing how America became a safe haven for thousands of Nazi war criminals. Many of them were brought here after World War II by the CIA , and got support from then FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover.
Headlines for October 31, 2014; Public Health vs. Civil Liberties: Debate over Ebola Quarantines Harkens Back to AIDS Panic in 1980s; How to Buy a City: Chevron Spends $3 Million on Local California Election to Oust Refinery Critics; Gubernatorial Candidate Howie Hawkins Calls for a "Green New Deal for ...
Headlines for October 30, 2014; Showdown over Ebola: Will Quarantines of Healthcare Workers Harm the Fight Against Epidemic?; "The Red Cross' Secret Disaster": Charity Prioritized PR over People After Superstorm Sandy; Is Your Judge for Sale? Dark Money Groups Pour Millions into Judicial Races to Reshape Courts
Headlines for October 29, 2014; Will Mike Brown's Killer Avoid Charges in Ferguson? Cops Stockpile Riot Gear Amid "Troubling" Leaks; Arming the Warrior Cop: From Guns to Drones, Inside the Booming Business of Police Militarization; Is Filming a Police Officer a "Domestic Threat"? Austin Activist on Trial ...
Headlines for October 28, 2014; Attack on Canadian Parliament Fuels "Anti-Terror" Laws, Ignoring Ties to Mental Illness, Drug Abuse; As Indonesia's New President Takes Office, Cabinet Includes Officials Tied to Atrocities of Old; Monsanto, BigAg Spend Millions Fighting Colorado, Oregon Ballot Measures ...
Headlines for October 27, 2014; Back from West Africa, a U.S. Nurse Says Quarantining Medical Workers Threatens Ebola Response; From Fear-Mongering to Crippling Debt, Lapses in Politics and Health Hurt Global Effort on Ebola; Mumia Abu-Jamal Speaks Out from Prison on Pennsylvania's New Law Censoring ...
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