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    • Loud & Clear
      Last update: 11:23 14.11.2018
      11:23 14.11.2018

      Angry with Trump, Macron Calls for European Army: Real or Theater?

      by Brian Becker, John Kiriakou

      On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker and John Kiriakou are joined by Peter Kuznick, a professor of history and director of the Nuclear Studies Institute at American University and the co-author with Oliver Stone of the book and TV show “The Untold History of the United States,” and Alexander Mercouris, the editor-in-chief of The Duran.

    • Fault Lines
      Last update: 08:58 14.11.2018
      08:58 14.11.2018

      Macron Talks Tough in Front of Trump and Putin in Paris

      by Garland Nixon, Lee Stranahan

      On this episode of Fault Lines, host Garland Nixon and producer Eric Ladny discuss the gathering of world leaders in Paris to commemorate the 100th anniversary of WWI. Security Analyst Mark Sleboda joins the show to talk about French President Emmanuel Macron's news-making comments about patriotism, nationalism, and the prospects of an EU army.

    • The Critical Hour
      Last update: 04:46 14.11.2018
      04:46 14.11.2018

      As the Death Toll Rises, What's Fueling California's Wildfires

      by Wilmer Leon

      On this episode of The Critical Hour, Dr. Wilmer Leon is joined by Jessica Gardetto, spokesperson for the National Interagency Fire Center in Boise, Idaho; and Kendra Atleework, author and freelance writer.

    • By Any Means Necessary
      Last update: 00:44 14.11.2018
      00:44 14.11.2018

      Don't Breathe and Other Tips to Stay Healthy in California

      by Eugene Puryear, Sean Blackmon

      Israel bombs Gaza after botched mission; Peace dividends in the Horn of Africa; The truth about North Korean defectors.

    • Double Down
      Last update: 15:38 13.11.2018
      15:38 13.11.2018

      Brent Crude Tail Wags Oil Market Dog

      by Max Keiser, Stacy Herbert

      On today’s episode of Double Down, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert talk to energy market commentator, Chris Cook, about the recent price crash in oil.

    • Brave New World
      Last update: 11:29 10.11.2018
      11:29 10.11.2018

      Why Do the French Try to Control French Language Usage?

      by John Harrison

      There have been many attempts to control the development of French; through the work of the French Academy and it’s spelling and vocabulary rules, to a recent attempt by ‘COSLA’ to simplify French administrative language. This raises the question – why have the French tried to control their language in the past, and why are they doing so now?

    • Trendstorm
      Last update: 10:30 10.11.2018
      10:30 10.11.2018

      Iran Sanctions: Trump Channels Bush

      by Andrew Korybko

      Trump followed in Bush's footsteps by reimposing unilateral sanctions against Iran, and his policy towards the Islamic Republic might have even more similarities than just that seeing as how his administration is also suspected of secretly pursuing regime change against the Mideast Great Power.

    • Trendstorm
      Last update: 10:26 10.11.2018
      10:26 10.11.2018

      Midterm Results: Did Trump Get Tied in a Political Knot?

      by Andrew Korybko

      The US midterm results saw the Democrats taking the House while the Republicans retained control of the Senate, exactly as many pollsters foresaw, which threatens to hamstring the implementation of some of Trump’s domestic and foreign policies during the last half of his first term in office.

    • Trendstorm
      Last update: 10:17 10.11.2018
      10:17 10.11.2018

      EuroArmy: Macron's Master Plan

      by Andrew Korybko

      French President Macron spoke about the need to create a European Army during an interview earlier this week, suggesting that his country seeks to take the lead on this controversial initiative that he ironically brought up on the same week that everyone is commemorating the end of World War I.

    • The Critical Hour
      Last update: 07:14 10.11.2018
      07:14 10.11.2018

      Up in the Air: Florida and Georgia Heading for a Recount

      by Wilmer Leon

      Dr. Wilmer Leon is joined by Dr. Sekou Franklin, associate professor of political science at Middle Tennessee University; Caleb Maupin, journalist and political analyst who focuses his coverage on US foreign policy and the global system of monopoly capitalism and imperialism; and Carmine Sabia, journalist and writer for Citizen Truth.

    • Loud & Clear
      Last update: 01:02 10.11.2018
      01:02 10.11.2018

      On the Way Out, Sessions Gives Green Light to Unfettered Police Abuse

      by Brian Becker, John Kiriakou

      On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker and John Kiriakou are joined by Dr. Gerald Horne, a professor of history at the University of Houston and author of “Blows Against the Empire: U.S. Imperialism in Crisis,” and Dr. Alex Vitale, an associate professor of sociology at Brooklyn College and author of “The End of Policing.”

    • By Any Means Necessary
      Last update: 00:52 10.11.2018
      00:52 10.11.2018

      Will Liberals Launch a GoFundMe Campaign for Jeff Sessions?

      by Eugene Puryear, Sean Blackmon

      Can Kabila hold fair elections; Migrant caravan reaches Mexico City; Catholic Church weighs in on political conflict in Honduras; Jeff Sessions fired

    • Fault Lines
      Last update: 19:17 09.11.2018
      19:17 09.11.2018

      Midterm Madness Rages: Arizona and Florida Senate Races Undecided...

      by Garland Nixon, Lee Stranahan

      On this episode of Fault Lines, host Garland Nixon and producer Eric Ladny discuss the drama swirling around the unresolved Senate races in Arizona and Florida. With claims of electoral abuse afloat, how should the American public feel about the current state of election integrity?

    • Shooting from the Lip cover
      Last update: 19:16 09.11.2018
      19:16 09.11.2018

      A Nation is Only a Nation if It Has Border Integrity

      by Jon Gaunt

      This latest episode of Shooting From the lip features straight talker, Raheem Kassam. Fresh from covering the USA mid Term elections for Fox News Raheem joins Jon Gaunt from Washington DC to tell us what he makes of the political scene in the States but also to attack the state of the UK too.

    • By Any Means Necessary
      Last update: 14:12 09.11.2018
      14:12 09.11.2018

      Was Jim 'Acosta'ed' by a White House Intern or the Other Way Around?

      by Eugene Puryear, Sean Blackmon

      Why Abrams, Gillum and Jealous Lost Tuesday; Another deadly shooting in America; The New Battle for Nicaragua

    • Fault Lines
      Last update: 14:12 09.11.2018
      14:12 09.11.2018

      CABINET SHAKEUP: President Trump Dismisses AG Sessions...

      by Garland Nixon, Lee Stranahan

      On this episode of Fault Lines, host Garland Nixon and producer Eric Ladny discuss Jeff Sessions' predictable exit as Attorney General and the future of Robert Mueller's investigation. What is the status of the Trump-Russia probe now that Sessions has been replaced in his role as AG?

    • The Critical Hour
      Last update: 14:11 09.11.2018
      14:11 09.11.2018

      Going Slightly Mad: When Liberals Cheer for Sessions

      by Wilmer Leon

      On this episode of The Critical Hour, Dr. Wilmer Leon is joined by Margaret Flowers, co-director of Popular Resistance, co-host of Clearing the FOG and former candidate for US Senate; and Alex Rubinstein, Sputnik writer and news analyst.

    • Loud & Clear
      Last update: 13:52 09.11.2018
      13:52 09.11.2018

      Sessions is Gone: What Next in Washington’s Unfolding Political Drama?

      by Brian Becker, John Kiriakou

      On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker is joined by Julie Hurwitz, a civil rights attorney and partner at the law firm Goodman, Hurwitz and James, and Dan Kovalik, a human rights and labor lawyer and the author of the new book “The Plot to Control the World: How the US Spent Billions to Change the Outcome of Elections Around the World.”

    • Context Countdown
      Last update: 11:23 09.11.2018
      11:23 09.11.2018

      Anti-Iranian Sanctions Waivers; 'Nationalist Leprosy'; EU 'Sea Bandits'

      by Andrew Korybko

      The US’ granting of temporary anti-Iranian sanctions waivers to several countries and the breakaway Chinese province of Taiwan is a strategic move that shouldn’t be interpreted as a sign of weakness.

    • Fault Lines
      Last update: 13:20 08.11.2018
      13:20 08.11.2018

      Midterm Election Analysis: Gauging Expectations for a Divided Congress...

      by Garland Nixon, Lee Stranahan

      On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan discuss yesterday's midterm elections and some of its surprise results. The Democrats reclaimed the House, but Republicans held control of the Senate as President Trump prepares for a heated second half to his first term as President.