Thursday, December 12, 2019

Tangled in the garden of good and evil

A French television program tackles the tough questions of compliance and resistance.

Pipeline opposition groups fight back against anti-protest laws ‘designed to intimidate’

"The response of the government to protest ought to be engaging on the issue, listening to the concerns of the people that are speaking out, and trying to respect and work with them, not stifle First Amendment rights."

Why the Washington Post’s Attack on Bernie Sanders is Bunk

Washington Post’s David Fahrenthold says as President Sanders couldn’t get any of his ideas implemented anyway because Congress would reject them. But if Bernie Sanders is elected president, American politics will have been altered, reducing the moneyed interests’ chokehold over the public agenda.

“Water is life”: Midwestern floods threaten Indigenous communities at forefront of climate crisis

As Nebraska and the U.S. Midwest recover from devastating climate change-fueled floods, we speak with Lakota historian Nick Estes on how two centuries of indigenous resistance created the movement proclaiming “Water is life.”

The ‘Liberal’ Media Narrative on Bernie Sanders

“Please stay in the race, Bernie. You have nothing to lose — and the country has much to gain.”

‘Morning Joe’ hosts accuse Trump of using National Enquirer to harass family

The National Enquirer also launched several false accusations against Trump's political rivals.

Is Trump giving Amazon the Postal Service?

Trump wanted to use the Postal Service to hit back at Amazon, but he may end up doing the opposite.

Establishment media declares war on their competition as “fake news”

US News has published a list of websites that it deems unworthy of support, and is essentially urging to be de-monitized or banned based on the previous calls to action.

Revolution by drone

Will drones launch the modern revolution of the undervalued human being?