MSNBC anchor says it is media’s job to tell the public what to think, nuclear incident in Europe is downplayed, while the body count of top ranking Russian officials continues to pile up.
AG Sessions to contract with private prisons, DNC members vote for Chair, and the FBI meddles again in US politics.
Friday: The senator who headed investigation into Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has been arrested; and following another race motivated shooting in the US, why are such attacks not deemed terrorism?
Brandon describes how he became a predator operator, and why he did his best to fulfil his obligations; how dehumanizing it is to hunt people down who have no means to defend themselves, and the sort of stress that this work can create. The former drone pilot also depicts the sort of people who enjoy this kind of work, and why he had to get out.
We begin by discussing the larger context in which Indonesia’s forthcoming second round of gubernatorial elections is expected to play out.
The Munich Security Conference was quite an event this year. What with Donald Trump’s election and Brexit, the usual security narratives are under threat. Our two guests: Mary Dejevsky, a prominent writer and journalist based in London, and Professor Vladimir Golstein, Professor of Slavic Studies at Brown University share their expert analysis.
On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker is joined by Anoa Changa, editor at large with the Progressive Army and host of the weekly radio show The Way With Anoa.
Trump withdraws federal protections for Trans students; Arrests at Standing Rock as the final build of DAPL begins.
Thursday: Humanitarian crisis grips Mosul in Iraq; and the US Supreme court is divided over a seven year old shooting of a Mexican teenager by a US border patrol agent.
Federal Government issues final eviction orders to Standing Rock protesters; Trump proposes major art funding cuts
On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker is joined by Kandi Mossett, an activist with the Indigenous Environmental Network.
Wednesday: Protesters against the access pipeline in North Dakota face a potential showdown with authorities today, as the deadline for an evacuation order approaches; and we’ll be looking at Donald Trump’s pick to replace Michael Flynn as National Security Advisor – General HR McMaster.
This week John Wight is joined by former MSP Colin Fox to discuss Tony Blair's recent speech calling for the British people to rise up against Brexit. They discuss Blair's legacy and what influence he can possibly have after his controversial role in the Iraq war.
Anti-Semitic hate crimes target Jewish communities throughout the US while spying on Muslims in the US increases.
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