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Noam Chomsky: A Conversation with Noam Chomsky

Inteview on a variety of topics

Julian Assange: Fair U.S. Trial for Snowden “Not Possible”

WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange Responds to Hillary Clinton

Julian Assange: About WikiLeaks & Snowden

Assange discusses his new legal bid in Sweden, the ongoing grand jury probe in the United States, and WikiLeaks’ efforts to assist National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden

Dennis Kucinich: On Iraq & Learning from Sweden’s Political Diversity

In Sweden to observe the political festival Almedalen Week, which brings together people from all points on the political spectrum. Kucinich says the United States needs a similarly inclusive political process

Amy Goodman: Greatest Curbs on Voting Rights Since Reconstruction

In a week marking the 50th anniversary of Freedom Summer, Mississippi was in the news when African-American voters crossed party lines to help Republican Sen. Thad Cochran narrowly defeat a tea party challenger

Allan Nairn: Journalist Allan Nairn Threatened

Journalist Allan Nairn Threatened for Exposing Indonesian Pres. Candidate’s Role in Mass Killings

Gerry Conlon: MUA Melbourne meeting 2011

Gerry Conlon talking at the MUA Conference Melbourne 2011

Lori Wallach: A Plan Only Banksters Will Love

According to the leaked text, TISAaims to cement the extreme deregulatory model of the 1990s by forbidding countries from improving financial regulation

Noam Chomsky: Chris Hedges Interviews Noam Chomsky

Interview on working-class resistance during the Industrial Revolution, propaganda, and the historical role played by intellectuals in times of war

Dave Zirin: The World Cup You Won’t See on TV

Protests, Tear Gas, Displaced Favela Residents

Noam Chomsky: Driving Forces in US Policy


John Avlon: Hatriot Politics Created the Las Vegas Killers

Jerad and Amanda Miller, the Wingnuts whose killing spree left two policemen, a civilian, and themselves dead, were inspired by fright-wing radio hosts and militia movement groups

Dave Zirin: Protesters Clash with Police in Brazil

Brazilian police and hundreds of protesters have come clashing with each other just hours before the World Cup.

Noam Chomsky: How I Became A Political Person

How did a linguistics professor become an outspoken political critic and one of the most iconic public intellectuals in the world?

Jihan Hafiz: Brazilian Military Deployed, Civil Unrest Intensifies

The Brazilian government deploys more than 200,000 troops after workers across sectors continue to strike

Kshama Sawant: Speech by Kshama Sawant on $15 victory

This is the text of a speech by Socialist Alternative Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant about the City Council enacting a $15 minimum wage

Dean Baker: Is the U.S. Headed toward Another Recession?

Economists Dean Baker from CEPR and Robert Pollin from PERI say that the U.S. economy remains weak 5 years after the recession despite recent job growth, due to low wages and weakened unions Robert Pollin is Professor of Economics and founding Codirector of the Political Economy Research Institute (PERI) at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Read more…

Norman Finkelstein: Norman Finkelstein and Mouin Rabbani speak at Oxford University

A talk on the Arab-Israeli Conflict and touched upon some of the proposed solutions that will be in their upcoming book

Abby Martin: Two top NSA veterans Expose Shocking History of Illegal Spying

Two top NSA witnesses to the agency’s transformation into an unconstitutional surveillance apparatus following the events of 9/11 and the FBI’s determination to crack down on their dissent

Aviva Chomsky: “How Immigration Became Illegal

Interview on the U.S. exploitation of migrant workers

Noam Chomsky: Rethinking US Foreign Policy

Noam Chomsky discussion on U.S. foreign policy

Vincent G. Harding: Remembering Vincent Harding

Today we spend the hour remembering the pioneering historian, theologian and civil rights activist Dr. Vincent Harding

Rebecca Solnit: The Santa Barbara Massacre & Viral Response to Misogynist Violence

“Violence doesn’t have a race, a class, a religion, or a nationality, but it does have a gender”

Dahr Jamail: On New Mexico Politics and Climate Change

Interview on the devastating and accelerating impacts of anthropogenic climate disruption globally and how those impacts are being intensified in New Mexico by the policies of Gov. Susana Martinez’s radically corporatist administration

Noam Chomsky: On Edward Snowden and Mass Surveillance

Chomsky and Greenwald discuss Snowden, the NSA, and the United States as a surveillance state

Various Contributors: Remembering Malcolm X On His 89th Birthday

Some video showing Malcolm X in his own voice

Kevin Zeese: An “Attack On Dissent”

Attorney Kevin Zeese discusses how the judge hearing Cecily McMillan’s case did not allow the defense to show images which would have proven that the activist was reacting to getting her breast grabbed

Amy Goodman: Stanford Divests

Student-led movement forces elite school to pull its money from coal companies

Edward Snowden: Edward Snowden decries increased surveillance of entire populations

‘Entire populations, rather than individuals, now live under constant surveillance’

Yannis Nikolakopoulos: Australians For Coal

What Is Your Investment Dollar Doing?

Paul Krugman: What the 1% Don’t Want You to Know

“We’re seeing inequalities that will be transferred across generations. We are becoming very much the kind of society we imagined we’re nothing like.”

Glenn Greenwald: ‘Enormous Badge of Honor’

Greenwald reacts to winning Pulitzer

Isabel Allende: “He Gave Us Back Our History”

Chilean novelist Isabel Allende remembers the life and legacy of late writer Gabriel García Márquez

Stephen F. Cohen: “We Are Not Beginning a New Cold War, We are Well into It”

Interview on the current situation in Russia

Matt Taibbi: Who Goes to Jail?

Interview on American Injustice Gap from Wall Street to Main Street

G. William Domhoff: Who Rules America Today?

“Who Rules America Today? The Triumph of the Corporate Rich”
by G. William Domhoff, UC Santa Cruz

Glenn Greenwald: On Snowden, the Surveillance State & Press Freedom

Journalists Glenn Greenwald, Laura Poitras and Ewen MacAskill hold a press conference in New York after winning a Polk Award

Noam Chomsky: Noam Chomsky: Talks at Google

Noam Chomsky visits Google Cambridge to answer questions

Arundhati Roy: Is India on a Totalitarian Path?

Arundhati Roy on Corporatism, Nationalism and World’s Largest Vote

Chris Hedges: “Israel’s War on American Universities”

Excerpts from Chris Hedges talk at Northeastern University in support of its now banned Students for Justice in Palestine chapter

Abby Martin: US Attempts Twitter Coup in Cuba

USAID’s secret attempt to monitor and influence dissent in Cuba through a social messaging service called ZunZuneo

Mark Weisbrot: Will Venezuela’s New Floating Exchange Rate Curb Inflation?

New exchange rate is intended to safeguard the importation of essential and primary goods

Noam Chomsky: Ecology, Ethics, Anarchism

Interview on the present and future role of anarchism, anarcho-syndicalism, and indigenous struggle in terms of the profound ecological crisis we confront today as a result of capitalist hegemony

Noam Chomsky: “Spending Money is not Speech”

Noam Chomsky sits down with Abel Collins to talk about money, free speech, McCutcheon vs FEC, and Citizens United

Leo Panitch: Left Alternatives to Social Democracy

Leo Panitch is member of the Greater Toronto Workers’ Assembly, is Canada Research Chair in Comparative Political Economy and Distinguished Research Professor of Political Science at York University

Abby Martin: Turkey’s False Flag Plot

Abby Martin talks about a leaked conversation between Turkish officials discussing a planned false flag operation to justify starting a war with Syria

Norman Finkelstein: On Nuclear Weapons

Interview on wasting money on nuclear weapons

Glenn Greenwald: The Snowden Revelations

Aninterview by Roger Cohen with Glenn Greenwald, Laura Poitras, and Barton Gellman

Brandon Jordan: Hundreds of Thousands March in Madrid

Hundreds of thousands of protesters protested against government imposed austerity measures in Madrid, Spain

Bill Moyers: Who’s Buying our Midterm Elections?

The Supreme Court is expected to issue another big decision on campaign finance, one that could further open the floodgates to unfettered and anonymous contributions

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