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- New Trump Picks to Bring Public Lands and Environmental Regulations to the Corporate Slaughterhouse
Center for Biological Diversity Executive Director Kieran Suckling says ”dark days” are ahead with South Carolina Republican Congressman Mick Mulvaney as head the Office of Management and first term Republican Congressman Ryan Zinke Budget as Department of Interior
- Trump Win Propels White Nationalism and Chauvinism to Center of US Politics
Historian Gerald Horne says social movements will need to adopt an international strategy in order to push back against the coming reign of terror for communities of color
- Brazilian President Temer Signs Constitutional Amendment Imposing 20 Years of Austerity
Rousseff was ousted to shift economic policy towards neoliberalism, and now Temer is rewarding the banks and financial investors for backing the legislative coup, says SOAS Professor Alfredo Saad-Filho
- The People’s Tribunal on the Iraq War, Day One: Chris Hedges
The former Middle East bureau chief of the New York Times discusses his reporting on Iraq in the 90’s and the horrific human suffering that followed the 2003 invasion
- Trump Picks His Bankruptcy Lawyer Who Supports Colonization of Palestine as Ambassador to Israel
David Friedman used the word for Jewish collaborators in Nazi death camps to describe a pro-peace Israeli organization that supports a two-state solution, and his extreme views concern many in Israel, says political economist Shir Hever