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CodePink's Medea Benjamin: Venezuelan Embassy's Power Cut DC's power company, PEPCO, cut the electricity to the Venezuelan Embassy Wednesday evening, even though the bill was paid in full. Secret Service and ..., From YouTubeVideos

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       Friday, May 10, 2019
CodePink's Medea Benjamin: Venezuelan Embassy's Power Cut Since April 10, protesters from the Embassy Protection Collective (formed by groups that include Code Pink, ANSWER Coalition, and Popular Resistance) have been inside the Venezuelan Embassy.
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       Monday, February 19, 2018
Do Russiagate Skeptics Go Too Far? In a new piece for LobeLog, John Feffer writes that some progressive critics are going too far in dismissing the Russiagate narrative. The piece is called "Russiagate or Deep State?" John Feffer is the editor of LobeLog and the Director of Foreign Policy and Focus at the Institute for Policy Studies, and he joined me earlier today to discuss his piece.
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       Saturday, January 6, 2018
North and South Korea Talk, but Is Trump in the Way? Following more belligerence from President Trump's Twitter account, North and South Korea have announced their first direct talks in years. It's a big step towards rapprochement, says journalist Tim Shorrock, but the U.S. could be a major obstacle

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       Sunday, November 9, 2014
Fall of Berlin Wall Began Eastern Expansion of NATO Putin said explicitly -- you know, we don't want Ukraine in NATO, but even more and what weighed even more heavily in our decision to reincorporate Crimea was the notion that U.S. or NATO ships would be sailing into Sevastopol, that missile-defense systems would be emplaced in the Black Sea. I really much prefer to have it the way it is now, where they're free to visit us in our base in Sevastopol.
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       Saturday, January 25, 2014
Intelligence Officials Make Direct Threats on Snowden's Life NSA whistleblower Kirk Wiebe & former CIA analyst Ray McGovern point to the brashness of intelligence officials who went on the record to threaten Snowden's life, reflecting a culture of disregard for the Constitution and due process.
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       Sunday, January 19, 2014
Gates Memoir Omits Key Facts on Obama's Afghan War Strategy The storyline that is referred to in the memoirs of Robert M. Gates about the president saying that -- referring to being gamed, apparently, by Petraeus, what that was really about was Petraeus, supported, again, by Gates and other top officials in the national security team of Obama, trying to get Obama to relent on his insistence that the withdrawal of U.S. troops should start in mid 2011.
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       Saturday, January 11, 2014
The Gang Of Eight: Chris Hedges and William Binney on Obama NSA Guidelines Chris Hedges and NSA whistle-blower William Binney tell Paul Jay, in his "Reality Asserts Itself" program, that there should be accountability, including the President himself, for the criminal practices used by the NSA against the American people.

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       Sunday, December 22, 2013
Ratner: NSA Surveillance Program Needs to be Torn Apart from Branch to Branch The NSA has to be torn apart root and branch. It basically has to be gotten rid of. We have to start over and say, what's necessary here? And what's necessary can only be necessary in terms of surveillance with a court order, a warrant that allows such surveillance under the stringent standards of our Fourth Amendment. We can't have this open and notorious mass spying.

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       Thursday, December 19, 2013
Part 1 -- McGovern: Unconstitutionality of NSA Phone Call Collection is Indisputable Former CIA analyst Ray McGovern says that the recent federal district judge's ruling on the NSA's bulk phone collection applies constitutional protections, but will not lead to amnesty for Edward Snowden.

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       Thursday, December 19, 2013
Part 2 -- McGovern: NSA Consistently Violates its Oath to Uphold the 4th Amendment General Alexander doesn't have the power to violate the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. You know? He admits it's intrusive. The judge has now said it's unconstitutional. Where does he get off saying, well, if you come up with a better way, then I'll do that? You can't do unconstitutional things, even if people like Dianne Feinstein are willing to let illegal laws.

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       Saturday, February 5, 2011
Reagan Celebration Hides Brutal History The Real News Senior Editor Paul Jay discusses the February 6 celebration of the 100th anniversary of Ronald Reagan with two men who know what they're talking about -- Lawrence Wilkerson and Robert Parry.

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       Thursday, January 27, 2011
US Supports Mubarak as Thousands Call For His Ouster These were the biggest demos Egypt has witnessed in decades. They were orchestrated by informal youth movements, as one called the April 6 Youth Movement, which urged Egyptians to join what they called a day of revolt.

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       Thursday, April 30, 2009
Agri-biz at root of swine flu? Evidence points to industrial pig farm as source of outbreak, Bernice Wuethrich tried to warn us

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       Monday, April 20, 2009
Past is present in Latin America The story of the Left in El Salvadore is one example of the anti-imperialist struggles that have led to the victories of the various leftist leaders present at this weekend's summit. Obama's got his head in the sand to ignore that history.

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       Friday, January 16, 2009
A Carthaginian Peace for Gaza In this three-part video interview, conservative author Eric Margolis (American Raj) analyzes Western actions in the Muslim world, focusing on the current Israel-Gaza conflict.

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       Monday, January 12, 2009
Can Chávismo survive without Hugo? The tension between participatory democracy vs. representative democracy is being played out in Venezuela, where widely loved Hugo Chávez again seeks a constitutional amendment to allow him to run for reelection in 2012.

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       Friday, January 9, 2009
Israeli Intel Targets Israeli Protesters Israel and West Bank freelance journalist Jesse Risen Rosenfeld reports on the demonstrations occurring inside Israel, predominantly against the offensive against Gaza.

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       Thursday, January 8, 2009
Tax Havens: Hidden hand in the financial crisis A look at how offshore financing helped to enable the economic meltdown