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December 19 2014

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December 18 2014

WE LOVE ARCHITECTURE (BR)

December 17 2014

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Identity and Collective Denial - Lia Tarachansky on Reality Asserts Itself (1/3)
Ms. Tarachansky, TRNN Israel - Palestine correspondent and former Israeli settler, tells Paul Jay about her new documentary film, On the Side of the Road.
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Time: 21:28 More in News & Politics
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Identity and Collective Denial - Lia Tarachansky on Reality Asserts Itself (1/3)
Ms. Tarachansky, TRNN Israel - Palestine correspondent and former Israeli settler, tells Paul Jay about her new documentary film, On the Side of the Road.
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Time: 21:18 More in News & Politics
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Budget Bill's Little-Known Provisions Affecting Marijuana Users
LEAP's Neill Franklin says the budget bill bans the feds from going after states with legal medical marijuana, but may prevent DC from legalizing marijuana.
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Time: 07:21 More in News & Politics

December 16 2014

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The Not so New Data Collection Law on Excessive Force Passed on the Hill
The re-authorization of the law requiring data on police shootings due to "excessive force" did not produce any useful results last time around says Glen Ford of the Black Agenda Report.
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Time: 07:37 More in News & Politics
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Will the New Federal Racial Profiling Guidelines have Any Impact? (2/3)
In an interview with Sharmini Peries, Naomi Murakawa, the author of The First Civil Right, How Liberals Built Prison America, examines if the new guidelines will get at the problem in local...
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Time: 13:52 More in News & Politics
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Will the New Federal Racial Profiling Guidelines have Any Impact? (2/3)
In an interview with Sharmini Peries, Naomi Murakawa, the author of The First Civil Right, How Liberals Built Prison America, examines if the new guidelines will get at the problem in local...
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Time: 13:52 More in News & Politics
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COP20 Protesters Draw Attention to Corporate Presence at Negotiations
The final agreement is unlikely to set a plan to phase out fossil fuels, says Chris Williams, professor of physics and chemistry at Pace University.
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The Lima Accord: A Great Success or Dooming Planet to Climate Catastrophe?
350.org's Co-founder Jamie Henn says nations are not yet committing enough money to thwart climate change and explains why next year's Paris conference a referendum on the planet's future.
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Time: 05:20 More in News & Politics

December 15 2014

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A Second Mexican Revolution in The Works (2/2)
Climate of impunity persists in Mexico and only 6.8 % of the 33 million crimes committed in 2013 were ever investigated says John M. Ackerman, Professor at the National Autonomous University of ...
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Time: 09:02 More in News & Politics
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Will the New Federal Racial Profiling Guidelines have Any Impact? (1/3)
In an interview with Sharmini Peries, Naomi Murakawa, the author of The First Civil Right, How Liberals Built Prison America, says Department of Justice's new guidelines against racial profiling...
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Time: 17:06 More in News & Politics

December 14 2014

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Will the E.U. Hold the U.S. Accountable for Torture?
Vijay Prashad says the torture report is unclear about the chain of command, but the international community is making moves to hold those in power accountable.
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Time: 06:59 More in News & Politics

December 12 2014

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UN Official COP-20 Vs. The Peoples Summit in Lima Peru
Civil Society groups are fighting for public health and labour rights hoping to spark an internaitonal movement for just transition says Jean Ross of the Nat...
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Time: 07:19 More in News & Politics
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Federal Budget Guts Most Significant Financial Regulation Since 2008
The big banks snuck in a provision to gut the Dodd-Frank legislation that was passed to prevent another financial crisis, says Professor Gerald Epstein from Political Economy Research Institute...
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December 11 2014

Moscow River Competition
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The Torturers: Donald Rumsfeld; President George W. Bush; Dick Cheney
By not prosecuting those responsible for torture President Obama failed to uphold the International Convention on Torture, further his current Director of th...
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Time: 16:17 More in News & Politics

December 10 2014

Elements of Venice
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CIA Torture Report Incomplete as Key Documents Remain Withheld
Investigative journalist Marcy Wheeler says the Obama administration is using the CIA to protect itself and Bush-era officials from being legally implicated ...
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Time: 06:16 More in News & Politics
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A Second Mexican Revolution in The Works
The case of the 43 missing students has sparked a second revolution in Mexico as the discontent over current socio-economic conditions grow says John M. Acke...
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Time: 08:09 More in News & Politics
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