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Antisthenes 01.08.2007 18:13
Impeach Mainstream Media and Jail Murdock
Puppet regimes may come and go, but one of the greatest threats to freedom for most Americans is the Fourth Estate of propaganda and lies. This industry makes and breaks politicians. This industry and other elitists can easily handle a regime change—but they will continue to survive and thrive. Forget burning the flag: burn your newspaper instead—or one you especially despise.

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A Friend 30.07.2007 00:59
Armed Neo-Nazis Assault Anti-Fascists in Morristown, NJ
Article below:

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Phil Rockstroh 27.07.2007 15:51
Tales of Angst, Alienation and Martial Law: Roasting Marshmallows on the American...
fascist mind control In this summer of angst and grim foreboding about what further assaults against common sense and common decency the Bush Administration might inflict upon the people of the world, how many times during the day do those of us -- still possessed of mind, heart and conscience -- take pause, hoping we've seen the worst of it, then, fearing we haven't yet, attempt to push down the dread rising within us, so that we might simply make it through the day and be able to rest at night? Accordingly, those who have been paying attention are aware that the outward mechanisms of martial law are in place. We shudder knowing that Bush has issued an executive decree that grants him dictatorial power in the event of some nebulously defined national emergency. In addition, the knowledge nettles us that a vast network of internment camps bristle across the length of the U.S., standing at wait for those who might raise objections to the fascistic fury unloosed by the American empire's version of the Reichstag fire.

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Dan Roberts 26.07.2007 17:55
The Shortwave Report 7/27/07 ¡Listen Globally!
A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio. With times and freqs for listening at home. 2 files- broadcast and slow-modem streaming. Free to rebroadcast. China, Netherlands, Cuba, and Russia.

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Relay 24.07.2007 18:25
Colorado Professor Churchill Fired After Research Misconduct Probe
The University of Colorado's governing board today fired a professor whose essay likening some Sept. 11 victims to a Nazi leader provoked national outrage and led to an investigation of research misconduct.

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Dan Roberts 19.07.2007 17:30
The Shortwave Report 7/20/07 ¡Listen Globally!
A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio. With times and freqs for listening at home. 2 files- broadcast and slow-modem streaming. Free to rebroadcast. China, Netherlands, Cuba, and Russia.

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atomic girl 18.07.2007 09:35
Japan's Nuclear Accident...remember Chernobyl?!
Is the recent fire and radiation leak at Kashiwazaki worse than reported?

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Brent Herbert 17.07.2007 05:44
Sahara Desert Migrates North into Europe
Northerly curvature of Jet Stream this summer A very rude northern curvature of the Jet Stream roasts Europe with the escaping heat of the Sahara as rains and humidity begin to creep northward on the desert.

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Brent Herbert 17.07.2007 05:15
Sahara Desert Migrates North into Europe
Northerly curvature of Jet Stream this summer A very rude northern curvature of the Jet Stream roasts Europe with the escaping heat of the Sahara as rains and humidity begin to creep northward on the desert.

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Brent Herbert 17.07.2007 03:28
Record breaking weather events in the United States
An under-reported news story...

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el loco presidente 12.07.2007 21:27
Terror Summer
WHY DO WE NEED THESE PHASERS SPOCK? We got the terror alert boogieman media broadcast shit

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Dan Roberts 12.07.2007 17:27
The Shortwave Report 7/13/07 ¡Listen Globally!
A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio. With times and freqs for listening at home. 2 files- broadcast and slow-modem streaming. Free to rebroadcast. China, Netherlands, Cuba, and Russia.

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by Trish Schuh 12.07.2007 15:05
Anniversary of Second Israeli Invasion of Lebanon
As Israel threatens to attack Iran, Syria and Lebanon again- how did they start the last one?

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jail bush 911 cheney 911 11.07.2007 09:03
US Sends ‘Nuclear Flash Alert’ Message To All Military Forces, Syrian Leaders Go To Bunk
For the second time in the past few weeks, the War Leaders of the United
States have sent an 'extended' Emergency Action Message (EAM) to its
military forces around the World, Russian Military Analysts are
reporting today.

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lone vet 09.07.2007 15:17
Michael Moore kicks ass
moore with the wolf, came on swinging and cnn looked like a bunch of jerks.
The Doobs just had a nasty remark, and the old man Jack was ridiculous.

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NOT BORED! 08.07.2007 21:39
difficulties of translating Guy Debord
find Guy Debord hard to understand? maybe it's the translation you are using!

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theresa mitchell 08.07.2007 09:46
Bashing Mister Rogers
CEOs are worried about WHOSE narcissism?

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barra 06.07.2007 01:01
Oz government Not schizophrenic over Iraq oil statements
As the aging carrier USS K(Sh)itty Hawk made its way into Sydney Harbour, Oz defence minister Brendan (studs) Nelson announced on national radio that oil was a major factor in Australia's (criminal) involvement in Iraq. Howard hoped this apparent rogue statement from one of his loyal minister's would create political hysteria and grab headlines internationally and he was right! Setting the agenda and stealing the debate are well known tactics of Howard. Few possess the highly refined skills required to manipulate the local (and international) media to the extent that Howard does.

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Dan Roberts 05.07.2007 16:54
The Shortwave Report 7/6/07 ¡Listen Globally!
A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio. With times and freqs for listening at home. 2 files- broadcast and slow-modem streaming. Free to rebroadcast. China, Netherlands, Cuba, and Russia.

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Dade Cariaga 05.07.2007 13:35
Gordon Smith: Weakling and hypocrite
Gordon Smith likes to pretend he's a moderate, but he's really just a slave to the GOP leadership

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alex 02.07.2007 20:43
Did The Oregonian forget something?
Did anyone read today's Oregonian?

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Dan Roberts 28.06.2007 16:28
The Shortwave Report 6/29/07 ¡Listen Globally!
A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio. With times and freqs for listening at home. 2 files- broadcast and slow-modem streaming. Free to rebroadcast. China, Netherlands, Cuba, and Russia.

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nobody 22.06.2007 07:24
Media & The Gravel Campaign
"The mainstream media has gone underground in its attempt to edit the Gravel campaign" said Presidential candidate and former U.S. Senator Mike Gravel, as evidenced by the June 3 debate in New Hampshire sponsored by CNN, the Hearst Corporation's WMUR-TV, and the New Hampshire Union Leader. During the two-hour, commercial-free debate, Senator Gravel was asked 10 somewhat irrelevant questions and then allowed only seconds to answer before being cut off by the moderator.

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Dan Roberts 21.06.2007 16:59
The Shortwave Report 6/22/07 ¡Listen Globally!
A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio. With times and freqs for listening at home. 2 files- broadcast and slow-modem streaming. Free to rebroadcast. China, Netherlands, Cuba, and Russia.

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Stephen Lendman 21.06.2007 12:19
The Record of the Paper of Record
Exposing the New York Times' shameless reporting on Venezuela.

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Brooklyn Dodger 20.06.2007 13:15
Thom Hartmann's 9-11 Challenge
Thanks to the authors of the "911 Bombshell" post dated 6/19 and commentors regarding the tip and post at 911blogger.com about Thom Hartmann's "911 Challenge." This deserves a separate discussion thread, because he's a Portland guy and he's taking a bold position.

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Dan Roberts 14.06.2007 17:06
The Shortwave Report 6/15/07 ¡Listen Globally!
A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio. With times and freqs for listening at home. 2 files- broadcast and slow-modem streaming. Free to rebroadcast. China, Netherlands, Cuba, and Russia.

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reposted from Counterpunch 14.06.2007 01:30
Things Your Media Momma Didn't Tell You
Indymedia readers will have heard about most of this, of course, but it's a great reminder of just how corrupt the corporate media has become. Share with skeptical friends who still think the NYT is a "liberal" paper worth reading.

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Stewart A. Alexander 13.06.2007 08:24
Candidate Alexander: Iraq War, Many Diversions
While Americans were being distracted by the tears and fears of Ms Paris Hilton, brave American soldiers were dying in Iraq. While Americans are watching television, the events in Iraq are dividing the Middle East. While Americans are watching television the Bush administration is assisting the multi-national oil giants in the attempt to privatize Iraq's vast oil reserves, an effort that will destroy Iraq's economy, will leave the people of Iraq in poverty and will weaken the existing government.

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Rosemarie Jackowski 12.06.2007 16:06
Foreign Policy I.Q. Test
Test your knowledge of United States foreign policy.

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ak 12.06.2007 14:03
Situationist Reading Group meets this Saturday
Group that gathers to discuss Situationist theory and practice to meet this Saturday

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Tim in the morning 10.06.2007 14:34
Media & violence
Ein Bild wie aus einem Science-Fiction-Film. Objective reporting and the esthetic, visual depiction of state violence in corporate media becomes a tool for state repression.

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El Libertario's editorial staff 09.06.2007 19:07
Venezuela: The case of RCTV and the fictional democratization of communication
* The Collective of "El Libertario", Venezuelan anarchist newspaper, makes public its reasoned out position in the debate generated by the case of RCTV, in where the current government imposes a solution where we pass from the meanness that the capitalistic private oligopoly of TV to the dreadful that could be the monopoly of a bureaucratic and authoritarian state.

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Stephen Lendman 09.06.2007 12:02
Wall Street Journal's Looking Glass World
Made in Washington street protests threaten Venezuela.

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Dan Roberts 07.06.2007 17:28
The Shortwave Report 6/8/07 ¡Listen Globally!
A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio. With times and freqs for listening at home. 2 files- broadcast and slow-modem streaming. Free to rebroadcast. Netherlands, Cuba, China, and Russia.

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Dwight 07.06.2007 12:51
"Spetember Clues" - film about the 9/11 media perfidy
Please watch this film decide for yourself whether 9/11 was a media hoax on the American people.

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By GREGORY WILPERT (reposted by anon) 04.06.2007 16:19
Censorship or Democratization? RCTV and Freedom of Speech in Venezuela
As far as world public opinion is concerned, as reflected in the international media, the pronouncements of freedom of expression groups, and of miscellaneous governments, Venezuela has finally taken the ultimate step to prove its opposition right: that Venezuela is heading towards a dictatorship. Judging by these pronouncements, freedom of speech is becoming ever more restricted in Venezuela as a result of the non-renewal of the broadcast license of the oppositional TV network RCTV. With RCTV going off the air at midnight of May 27th, the country's most powerful opposition voice has supposedly been silenced.

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Mel R. 03.06.2007 14:51
Premiere broadcast of Dr. David Ray Griffin in Portland 5/21, 4pm KPSU 1450AM
Dr. Griffin's first lecture in Portland on 9/11, "What Is the Truth About 9/11?" recorded at the Portland State University Ballroom May 21st.

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Paul O'Hanlon 03.06.2007 11:07
Brian Haw – six years in the square!
Peace campaigner Brian Haw has lived 24/7 in London's Parliament Square - in protest against the sanctions and then the attack on Iraq. On Saturday 2nd June he clocked up 6 years. Here is a short account of the day with 20 photos.

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Dan Roberts 31.05.2007 17:12
The Shortwave Report 6/1/07 ¡Listen Globally!
A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio. With times and freqs for listening at home. 2 files- broadcast and slow-modem streaming. Free to rebroadcast. China, Netherlands, Cuba, and Russia.

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NYC Indymedia 30.05.2007 14:12
MSM Defiles Itself
Indy interview w/ New York Times UN reporter Warren Hoge---
Q: Your newspaper was one of the primary advocates for the war-
A: Oh come on, I can't talk to you-
Q: Your newspaper was primary- yes it was- Judith Miller got a security clearance from Donald Rumsfeld, sir-
A: The New York Times is not responsible for any dead Iraqis. I won't listen to that-
Q: None of the other American journalists but Judith Miller from your paper got a security
clearance from the US Defense Secretary himself. How is this different from working for the government?
A: You are are defiling Press Freedom Day- Shut up! This is about Press Freedom, this is not about defiling the Press. ....that's what this day is about- Press Freedom.

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reposted 28.05.2007 14:00
Don't Cry for Venezuela's RCTV
As I write this, I am looking at a Venezuelan newspaper, El Diario, from February 10, 1992. The editorial that would have occupied half of page 2 is missing. Page 4 is completely blank. The contents were censored by the government of the then president Carlos Andres Perez.

The newspaper is just one of many horrible memories of the pre-Hugo Chavez days in Venezuela's "exceptional" democracy.

U.S. newspapers seem to overlook what Venezuela used to be like as they today discuss the actions of the current government. I have lived in Venezuela for most of the past 22 years and have never experienced such freedom as that which the Venezuelan population enjoys today under Hugo Chavez. That would include freedom of information. Never, in the past 22 years, has the mass media experienced the freedom it has had during the presidency of Chavez. One can freely buy anti-Chavez newspapers on streets and the airwaves and television channels are amply filled with anti-Chavez commentators.

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schuh 27.05.2007 11:02
Media courtesans take their bows, give themsleves standing ovation
defending the Divine Right of Kings

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D. Estulin 25.05.2007 12:03
Bilderberg 2007: Welcome to the Lunatic Fringe
In 1954, the most powerful men in the world met for the first time under the auspices of the Dutch royal crown and the Rockefeller family in the luxurious Hotel Bilderberg of the small Dutch town of Oosterbeck. Since then, they have gathered yearly in a luxurious hotel somewhere in the world to decide the future of humanity.

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Dan Roberts 24.05.2007 17:10
The Shortwave Report 5/25/07 ¡Listen Globally!
A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio. With times and freqs for listening at home. 2 files- broadcast and slow-modem streaming. Free to rebroadcast. Netherlands, Cuba, and Russia.

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jail bush cheney richard myers 22.05.2007 18:53
David Ray Griffin and Community Celebrate Sell-out Event at P.S.U. Monday Night
David Ray Griffin PSU Appearance Nearly Sells Out. 600 hear about 9/11 truth and have books signed.

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Dan Roberts 17.05.2007 17:09
The Shortwave Report 5/18/07 ¡Listen Globally!
A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio. With times and freqs for listening at home. 2 files- broadcast and slow-modem streaming. Free to rebroadcast. China, Netherlands, Cuba, and Russia.

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theresa mitchell 11.05.2007 10:03
Coercion versus the power of free speech
a refresher course on hacking perceptions

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Dan Roberts 10.05.2007 17:33
The Shortwave Report 5/11/07 ¡Listen Globally!
A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio. With times and freqs for listening at home. 2 files- broadcast and slow-modem streaming. Free to rebroadcast. Netherlands, Cuba, and Russia.

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Diogenes in Portland 09.05.2007 10:18
Most Underreported News Story
Privatization of iraqi Oil -- Kucinich nails it in L.A. while Google News search nets exactly one news sources reporting it! Is it generally known that the Supplemental Authorization provides concrete proof that U.S. troops are not dying for oil for the U.S. but for the profits of global oil companies? NO! Has even Indymedia carried this news (which has been systematically blacked out of corporate news)? NO - except for a repost from the World Socialist Web Site. Does anybody care? You tell me.

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Cat 05.05.2007 08:54
LA Mayday Police Riots Surprise the Corporate Media
I just checked out the video links posted by "shocked" of the LA police riots. What surprises me most, I think, is the reaction of the corporate media.

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Dan Roberts 03.05.2007 17:11
The Shortwave Report 5/4/07 ¡Listen Globally!
A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio. With times and freqs for listening at home. 2 files- broadcast and slow-modem streaming. Free to rebroadcast. China, Netherlands, Cuba, and Russia.

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Clyde Hopper 01.05.2007 16:25
Don Imus vs. Rap Music Debate Continued:
Randi Rhodes of Air America is still wrong when she claims that "the" issue (insisting there is only one issue) is no more than white people blaming rap music for words like "ho" when used in the derogatory sense. Don Imus question: "What about rap music?" is a legitimate question—even if "pseudo-liberals" (real liberals consider fairly all relevant points of view before getting judgmental) are quick to dismiss it. In fact dogmatic certitude that there is "one" significant way (my way or the highway) to interpret the debate is itself a red flag.

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Granny T 01.05.2007 07:25
Surge Protection Brigade provides metro area with “the news the media won’t tell you.”
One of many Oregonian boxes with a little Extra news on May 01 The Oregon Extra, a special Peace Edition, was inserted into over a thousand copies of The Oregonian today. The single page insert was created and distributed by the Surge Protection Brigade (aka the Seriously Pissed Off Grannies) as a May Day protest. The Extra spotlights subjects that mainstream media will not cover, such as the dangers and casualties of depleted uranium, the truth behind the lies told by military recruiters and how big media's failure to act as a watchdog has failed the American people.

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sarah 29.04.2007 13:52
Misogyny at Towne Lounge tonight
The bands WOMBSTRETCHER and CLIT RIPPER both have incredibly derogatory lyrics and they are playing together tonight at a show not only sponsored but glorified by Willamette Weekly.

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anonymous 29.04.2007 10:41
Amazing speech - senator Mike Gravel at debate
Amazing speech - senator Mike Gravel at debate

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Ytzhak 27.04.2007 15:24
Save Sudan: The Zionist Lobby and Coordinated Media
Since the suffering in Sudan is at core an effect of Global Warming, the Zionists' attempts to hold the relatively penniless Sudanese government responsibile for
all human tragedies in the region is just another defamation campaign against Muslims.....Kristol and the neocons. They are calling for "non-violent means of
action" - meaning starvation - to topple the Sudanese government.

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Dan Roberts 26.04.2007 17:03
The Shortwave Report 4/27/07 ¡Listen Globally!
A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio. With times and freqs for listening at home. 2 files- broadcast and slow-modem streaming. Free to rebroadcast. China, Netherlands, and Russia.

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Jim Lockhart 25.04.2007 22:29
AUDIO FILES: How Bush Drowned New Orleans and the Theft of 2008

Greg Palast, investigative reporter visited Portland Wednesday evening, April 24, 2007, promoting the addition of two chapters to his most recent book, "Armed Madhouse." The event was co sponsored by KBOO Radio, and was a benefit for the Portland Alliance Newspaper.


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Amadeus 25.04.2007 16:52
Tune In Tonight! "Buying the War" with Bill Moyers on PBS
"This true story is recounted in ''Buying the War,'' a blistering indictment of how journalists failed in the months before the Iraq war. This gutsy program is essential viewing for explaining how punditry often overshadows journalism on television."

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