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Lee Camp is an American stand-up comedian, writer, actor, and activist. He is the host of the weekly comedy news show Redacted Tonight with Lee Camp on RT America and he also hosts the Common Censored podcast with Eleanor Goldfield
(1 comments) SHARE Saturday, January 11, 2020 Cathartic
Listen to Lee Camp tell the truth about the Iranian assassination with all appropriate indignation, not only at Trump but also the Democrats and the MSM.
SHARE Tuesday, February 25, 2020 Lee Camp riffs on Corporate Crime
Bloomberg says he put police into the black neighborhoods because that's where all the crime is happening. Really? Is that where all the tax evasion is, Mike? Where all the insider trading is? Where all the bribery happens. Or the child abuse or the domestic violence or the sexual assault or all the cocaine is snorted or where the black market adderall is snorted under the private school bleachers?
(7 comments) SHARE Friday, January 22, 2021 What Biden Can Do Without Congress (But Won't)
Biden could give everyone healthcare, allowing us to join the rest of the developed world. And even without the pandemic, Biden could still give most Americans healthcare for other exposures.
(5 comments) SHARE Wednesday, January 13, 2021 America Condemns One Violent Mob While Celebrating Another
Most rational Americans have correctly criticized and denounced the violent insurrection in the Capitol last week. Why don't we see an equal amount of disgust and condemnation for the violence done by our ruling class, the courtesans of corporate destruction?
SHARE Monday, December 14, 2020 Unemployment Skyrocketing? An Evolved Society Would Celebrate
We all know times are irredeemably grim, and they're only getting worse. The unemployment level in America seems to be setting the record books aflame, and for some bizarre reason those numbers correlate nicely with the number of Americans under 40 living with their parents again.