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Friday January 29, 2016
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The Republican Party Can't Rid Itself Of Trump, Even When He's Not There
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The Republican presidential race entered an alternate universe on Thursday evening, transporting viewers to a moment in time in which Donald Trump never ran for president. Despite the best efforts of his rivals, however, the front-runner's shadow loomed large -- even though he wasn't actually present at the Fox News Republican presidential debate.

Trump's decision to stage a dramatic, last-minute boycott of the event, which was hosted by the news network and Google in Des Moines, allowed candidates to engage in a more meaty -- yet decidedly less entertaining -- affair. ... Read more

Fox News/Google Republican Presidential Iowa Debate (01/28/16) [1:11:39]
*TYT | Fox News-Google GOP Presidential Debate: SUMMARY (01/28/16) [4:05]
TYT | Fox News-Google GOP Presidential Debate: Biggest Winner (01/28/16) [6:37]
TYT | Fox News-Google GOP Presidential Debate: Biggest Loser (01/28/16) [5:20]

"The BoJ's (Bank of Japan) NIRP Will Result In More Currency Wars And Global Growth Slowdown"
ZeroHEdge | author | 01/29/16

"The BoJ actions should lead to further intensification of global currency wars with central banks around the world trying to engineer sustained competitive devaluation against the background of slowing global trade and growth as well as persistent commodity price disinflation. With its latest measures the BoJ will allow Japan to borrow more growth from its trading partners and limit the severity of the imported disinflation." ... Read more

Oil Prices: What's going on? Oil Prices: What's going on? - An Animation (12/07/15) [5:00]

6 Cities In Michigan Have Even Higher Levels Of Lead Than Flint
ZeroHedge | author | 01/29/16

As the nation rightly focuses on Flint’s ongoing water crisis, other cities in the state of Michigan face even higher levels of lead contamination. The alarming pervasiveness of potentially toxic drinking water extends across the United States.

The Detroit News reports that "Elevated blood-lead levels are seen in a higher percentage of children in parts of Grand Rapids, Jackson, Detroit, Saginaw, Muskegon, Holland and several other cities, proof that the scourge of lead has not been eradicated despite decades of public health campaigns and hundreds of millions of dollars spent to find and eliminate it." ... Read more

More News
  1. World shares heat up as Bank of Japan goes sub-zero (Reuters)
  2. Stocks Rally With Bonds as BOJ Ends Grim January on High Note (BBG)
  3. Japan Follows Europe Into Negative Interest Rate Territory (WSJ)
  4. Decision On Oil Cut Only Possible If All Exporters Agree, Russian Energy Minister Says (BBG)
  5. Trump overshadows Republican debate even as he sits it out (Reuters)
  6. Trump skips debate, wins on social media (Reuters)
Democracy Now! U.S. and World News Headlines for Friday, January 29 [6:06]
*DR | Friday News -- Domestic (01/29/16) [1hr]
Presidential candidates make final campaign sprints through Iowa. Republicans debate without Donald Trump. And Michigan's governor appoints a committee to fix Flint's water crisis. A panel of journalists joins guest host Indira Lakshmanan for analysis of the week's top national news stories.
*DR | Friday News -- International (01/29/16) (01/07/16) [1hr]
Denmark faces a backlash over a new law to seize the valuables of asylum-seekers. Syrian peace talks hit a snag. And the World Health Organization warns the Zika virus is "spreading explosively." A panel of journalists joins guest host Indira Lakshmanan for analysis of the week's top international news stories.
*TRNN | Vijay Prashad says: UN Peace Talks in Syria Remain Stalled (01/29/16) [10:24]
*TYT | Trump Fans Viciously Swarm Megyn Kelly (01/28/16) [5:22]
TYT | Fox News-Google GOP Presidential Debate: Biggest Fail (01/28/16) [1:16]
*RT | Keiser Report: Sanctions (special Moscow series) (E868) (01/28/16) [26:01]
??RT | CrossTalk: Waves of Refugees (01/29/16) [24:36]
*RofF | How The One Percent Reshaped Democracy In Their Image (01/28/16) [10:45]
RofF | When Did "Hope and Change" Turn Into "Settle and Aim Low"? (01/28/16) [4:25]
Thom Hartmann - www.thomhartmann.com/
NPR (National Public Radio) - www.npr.org/
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MSNBC - Maddow/Hayes - www.msnbc.com/

01.29.2016. 09:49

Thursday January 28, 2016
News Articles

Donald Trump Tells Bill O'Reilly It's 'An Eye For An Eye' In War With Fox News
HP | Ed Mazza | 01/27/16

The "O'Reilly Factor" host was trying to convince the GOP frontrunner to join Thursday night's debate in Iowa despite his dislike for Megyn Kelly, the Fox News host who will be one of the event's moderators. O'Reilly even tried appealing to Trump's Christian faith, something the candidate has spoken of frequently in an effort to woo evangelical voters.

"I think you should be the bigger man," O'Reilly added. "Don't you think that's the right thing to do?"

"It probably is," Trump agreed. "But y'know it's called an eye for an eye. I guess also you can look at it that way."

"No, no, no," O'Reilly countered. "That's Old Testament. If you're the Christian, the eye-for-the-eye rule goes out. Here's what it is: Turning the other cheek." ... Read more
FoxNews | Donald Trump weighs in on GOP debate controversy (01/27/16) [9:53]

Ammon Bundy Urges Remaining Militants To Stand Down, Go Home. What????? No-one going to jail?????

"Nobody Really Knows Anything Right Now"
ZeroHedge | author | 01/28/16

"We learned one thing yesterday: the U.S. Federal Reserve is in the same position as the rest of us when it comes to forecasting the future path of economic growth. Nobody really "Knows" anything right now. Now, there's enough doubt for everyone: markets, central banks, consumers, governments. Everyone. The best thing we can say about that: if markets accept that the Fed is no better informed than they are, maybe investors will devote more time to stock fundamentals and intrinsic value analysis." ... Read more

Is the global economy headed for another crash? *AlJazeera | Inside Story - Is the global economy headed for another crash? (01/21/16) [24:33]
AlJazeera | Inside Story - What's behind the falling price of oil? (01/15/16) [25:30]

11 Secrets To Eating Healthy On A Budget
HP | Julie Thompson | 01/25/16

Eating healthy is great in concept, but is always much more challenging to put into practice. There's the whole will power thing -- how many times can we be expected to resist the call of pizza? There's the fact that it just takes a little more time and effort than walking over to the vending machine. And then there's the real snag, money. ...

  1. Buy seasonally. There are many reasons people tout the benefits of seasonal eating, but one of them is because food is more affordable when it's in season.
  2. Plan your meals. We know, we know, no one wants to go through the chore of planning out their meals for the week. But it really does work. Not only does it curb the urge to just order pizza one night when you don't know what to cook, but it also makes sure that everything you buy will be used.
  3. Double up your recipes. Leftovers are everything when you're trying to eat healthy and save money. They make a quick packed lunch.
  4. Buy whole foods. A brick of cheese is a better deal than the pre-grated stuff. Same goes for fruit and veggies -- don't buy them pre-cut. Ever.
  5. Cook at home. Seriously, just do it -- and watch your bank account grow over time.
  6. Skip the drinks. Water, water, water. That's what you should be drinking for optimal health, and the best part is that it's free.
  7. etc....
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More News
  1. Unease over Fed rate path dents European stocks (Reuters)
  2. Global Stocks Pressured After Fed Statement (WSJ)
  3. Japan's Economy Minister Amari to Resign Over Graft Scandal (BBG)
  4. Authorities working to clear remaining protesters in Oregon occupation (Reuters)
  5. China Sharpens Efforts to Halt Money Outflow (WSJ)
  6. Eurozone January Economic Sentiment Falls Sharply, Hits 5-Mth Low (MNI)
Democracy Now! U.S. and World News Headlines for Thursday, January 28 [10:05]
DN | Part 1: Covering War to End War: New Film Recounts Legacy of James Foley, Journalist Killed by ISIS (01/28/16) [14:08], Part 2 [16:38]
*DN | "The Settlers": New Film Reveals History & Consequences of Israeli Settlements on Palestinian Land (01/28/16) [14:08]
Stephen Colbert
Stephen Colbert | Stephen Gets A Straight Answer Out Of Donald Rumsfeld (01/26/16) [9:42]
*DR | Who's Likely To Vote In Upcoming Presidential Primaries And Why It Matters (01/28/16) [1hr]
Voter turnout in primaries and caucuses is typically low -- but this time may be different. Several candidates are counting on the motivation of nontraditional primary voters. We discuss who's likely to vote in the early contests and why it matters.
*DR | David Kaczynski: "Every Last Tie: The Story Of The Unabomber And His Family" (01/28/16) [1hr]
It has been nearly twenty years since the FBI arrested Unabomber Ted Kaczynski, ending his trail of terror that left three dead and dozens injured. The man who tipped off authorities was his own brother. He'll join us to tell his family's story.
TRNN | James Henry, former chief economist at McKinsey & Co. says: LIBOR Traders Get Off Scot Free in rate-rigging scandal (01/28/16) [6:57]
*TYT | Trump Refuses To Debate Because Megyn Kelly (01/27/16) [10:45]
TYT | What Oregon Militia Standoff Says About American Culture (01/27/16) [4:37]
TYT | How Oregon Militia Member Died (01/27/16) [10:52]
RT | CrossTalk: on Syria: US - Russia standoff (01/27/16) [23:59]
Thom Hartmann - www.thomhartmann.com/
NPR (National Public Radio) - www.npr.org/
PBS (Public Broadcasting Service) - pbs.org/
MSNBC - Maddow/Hayes - www.msnbc.com/

01.28.2016. 11:05

Wednesday January 27, 2016
News Articles

In The Clinton-Sanders Spat Over Getting S**t Done, The Party Sides With Clinton
HP | Sam Stein | 01/26/16

In 2008, then-Senator Barack Obama promised to unite Washington and the nation behind progressive change. Then-Sen. Hillary Clinton mocked him.

"The skies will open, the light will come down, celestial choirs will be singing and everyone will know we should do the right thing and the world will be perfect," she said. "I have no illusions about how hard this is going to be."

Now, as Clinton runs for president again, many of her allies believe her cynicism was vindicated and are feeling deja vu.

The former secretary of state is trying to convince voters once more that her opponent -- this time, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) -- is promising a unicorns-and-rainbows vision of governance. She's hopeful that seven years of partisan warfare will help her make the case. And she has Capitol Hill veterans and even some Obama veterans echoing her larger points. ... Read more

Buyer's Remorse: How Obama Let Progressives Down by Bill Press

The prominent liberal syndicated radio and television host concisely explains the many ways President Obama has failed to live up to either his promises or his progressive potential, leaving Democrats disillusioned on the issues that matter most.

Bill Press -- a progressive champion and former chair of the California Democratic Party, a one-time co-host of CNN's Crossfire, and the popular nationally syndicated radio and television host of The Bill Press Show--reflects back on what for many progressives has been a disappointing presidency and comes to a depressing conclusion: Obama grossly misunderstood the mandate of the enthusiastic crowds that swarmed him on the campaign trail. Instead of recognizing their burning desire for strong progressive leadership, Obama tried to be a "post-partisan" president. The tragedy of Barack Obama is that, in trying to become the great uniter, he has instead become a grave disappointment.

From climate change to gun safety to, yes, even health care, Obama's legacy on important issues falls far short of what could have been. Time and again, he let down his most impassioned supporters--the ones who used their powerful voices to vote for change--neglecting their priorities and wasting his potential by either not doing enough or, worse, repeating the errors of his predecessor.

President Obama rode into office on a celebratory tide of liberal jubilation, but as his typically centrist presidency comes to a close, he leaves his supporters haunted by what might have been.

Manufacturing Depression Enters Uncharted Territory: Caterpillar Retail Sales Have Never Been Worse
ZeroHEdge | author | 01/27/16

Moments ago Caterpillar reported its latest monthly retail sales statistics and the numbers have never been worse. ... Read more
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How Trump and Palin Are a Match Made in Heaven
Rolling Stone | Tessa Stuart | 01/21/16

... "Everybody was trying to get Sarah. Everybody wanted that endorsement," Trump later said on the Today Show. But was there ever any doubt that her vote belonged to Trump, and Trump alone? Those two go together like peanut butter and elk meat. Poor Ted Cruz never stood a chance. ... Read more

They both love books - Both Palin and Trump are best-selling authors. Trump has more than two dozen titles to his name, and his most popular book, The Art of the Deal, led the New York Times' best-sellers list for 51 weeks.

Palin's 2009 book Going Rogue sold two million copies and spent six weeks atop the Times' best-sellers list."

They share a passion for TV - Trump has 14 seasons of The Apprentice, and seven of Celebrity Apprentice, under his belt.

Palin, meanwhile, spent five years as a Fox News contributor, and did one season each of the reality shows Sarah Palin's Alaska (on TLC) and Amazing America With Sarah Palin (on the Sportsman Network).

Both have big, traditional American families - If they both decided to leave their respective spouses tomorrow, Trump and Palin's superfamily would be a fearsome answer to The Brady Bunch. Instead of three children each, both have five. Trump's brood range in age from 9 to 38: Donald Jr., Ivanka and Eric, whom he had with his first wife, Ivana; Tiffany, whose mother is the actress Marla Maples; and Barron, his son of his current wife, Melania.

Sarah and Todd Palin have five kids together -- Track, 26; Bristol, 25; Willow, 21; Piper 14; and Trig, 7.

Both have only the shakiest, most fragile grip on foreign policy - During an interview with CNN in September, Trump said, "Let Syria and ISIS fight. Why do we care? Let ISIS and Syria fight. And let Russia, they're in Syria already, let them fight ISIS. Look, I don't want ISIS. ISIS is bad. They are evil. When they start doing with a head chopping... these are really bad dudes.... Let Russia take care of ISIS.... Let them worry about ISIS. Let them fight it out."

Palin echoed Trump's sentiments during her endorsement speech, saying the U.S. needs to "quit footing the bill for these nations who are oil-rich ...

They share an ardent admiration for Vladmir Putin - Trump has complimented the Russian president on several occasions, calling him "highly respected within his own country and beyond." Palin has spoken favorably of his masculinity as compared to President Obama's.

Each has penchant for nonsensical rhetoric - To wit, a sampling from speeches both recently gave in Iowa:

Trump: "How stupid are the people of Iowa? How stupid are the people of the country? ....

Palin: "They stomp on our neck, and then they tell us, 'Just chill, OK, just relax.' Well, look, we are mad, and we've been had. ...

They share the same views on cultural assimilation - Namely: they think immigrants should do it, or get out.

They agree on important issues -- for example, that Muslims should be banned from te U.S. - Trump has advocated for banning all Muslims from entering the United States "until we can figure out what's going on." Palin believes Trump's proposed Muslim ban is "common sense."
Democracy Now! U.S. and World News Headlines for Wednesday, January 27 [9:04]
*DN | Part 1: Life, Animated: How a Family Reached Their Autistic Son Through Disney Movies (01/27/16) [10:42], Part 2 [23:59]
*DN | Part 1: Dark Money: Jane Mayer on How Koch Bros. & Billionaire Allies Funded Rise of the Far Right (01/20/16) [3:17], Part 2 [16:28]
Brave New Films | Koch Brothers EXPOSED (2015) [55:54]
TRNN | How Organizing and Social Movements Drove Changes to Federal Policy on Solitary Confinement (01/27/16) [9:03]
*TYT | CNN: Clinton News Network (01/26/16) [13:49]
TYT | Planned Parenthood Cleared, Two Indicted Over Doctored Tapes (01/26/16) [6:35]
*RT | Keiser Report: Deflating oil market (E867) (01/26/16) [25:43]
In the second half Max interviews author and former investment banker Nomi Prins of the Strategic Intelligence Newsletter about the global economic depression, as central banks attempt to taper a ponzi.
RT | Oregon standoff deadly outcome: Ammon Bundy arrested, 1 killed in shootout (01/27/16) [4:23]
RoF | Why Congress Allows Big Pharma to Rip Us Off (01/26/16) [8:37]
RoF | Terrified Republicans Try One Final Time To Derail Trump's Insane Campaign (01/27/16) [4:11]
Thom Hartmann - www.thomhartmann.com/
*ThomHartmann | Buyer's Remorse by Bill Press - How Obama Let Progressives Down... , Part 1 (01/27/16) [12:42], Part 2 [12:46]
NPR (National Public Radio) - www.npr.org/
PBS (Public Broadcasting Service) - pbs.org/
MSNBC - Maddow/Hayes - www.msnbc.com/

01.27.2016. 12:29

Tuesday January 26, 2016
News Articles
Iowa CNN Democratic Presidential Town Hall *Iowa CNN Democratic Presidential Town Hall, Bernie Sanders (01/25/15) [40:02]
*Iowa CNN Democratic Presidential Town Hall, Hillary Clinton (01/25/15) [39:35]
*TYT | CNN Iowa Democratic Town Hall: The Young Turks Summary (01/25/16) [11:21]
TYT | CNN Iowa Democratic Town Hall: Why Bernie Sanders Beat Hillary Clinton In This Debate (01/25/16) [8:46]
*Wealth Inequality in America [6:25]

The "Real" Donald Trump - A Fascinating Interview From 1990
ZeroHedge | author | 01/26/16

A President Trump is far more likely to occur in our lifetimes than many want to admit. His chances ride on the fact that the current system is terminally corrupt, as well as socially and economically bankrupt. It will crash and burn, whether in slow motion like the past eight years, or very rapidly over the next several. Someone will likely step in to fill this void. In 1990, Donald Trump conducted a lengthy interview with Playboy Magazine. It provides an absolutely fascinating window into the man's mind... Read more

SNL | Sarah Palin endorses Donald Trump for president at an Iowa campaign stop (01/25/16) [5:09]
Or CBS | Sarah Palin endorses Donald Trump (full) [21:10]
Donald Trump full interview on CNN with Wolf Blitzer (01/25/16) [21:07]

China Crashes To 13 Month Low After Last Hour Panic Selling; Crude, Futures Tumble Then Surge
ZeroHedge | author | 01/26/16

It has been another volatile, illiquid, whipsawed session, driven by the only two things that have mattered so far in 2016, China and oil.... and stop-hunting algos of course. ... Read more

There Will Be Chaos: Big Oil's Collapse and the Birth of a New World Order
AlterNet | Michael Klare | 01/14/16

The longer such price levels persist, the more devastating the consequences are likely to be.

As 2015 drew to a close, many in the global energy industry were praying that the price of oil would bounce back from the abyss, restoring the petroleum-centric world of the past half-century. All evidence, however, points to a continuing depression in oil prices in 2016 -- one that may, in fact, stretch into the 2020s and beyond. Given the centrality of oil (and oil revenues) in the global power equation, this is bound to translate into a profound shakeup in the political order, with petroleum-producing states from Saudi Arabia to Russia losing both prominence and geopolitical clout. ... Read more

More News
  1. China shares end at 14-month lows after late selling frenzy (Reuters)
  2. China Dec gold imports through Hong Kong highest since 2013 (Reuters)
  3. China Contagion Fades as European Stocks Pare Drop, Oil Rises (BBG)
  4. Apple set for slowest ever iPhone sales growth (Reuters)
  5. Saudis, Russia Seen by Iraq as More Flexible on Oil-Output Cuts (BBG)
  6. China Probes NEV sector for subsidy fraud (China Daily)
Democracy Now! U.S. and World News Headlines for Tuesday, January 26 [10:49]
TYT & FoxNews | Josh Fox Calls Fox Host A Liar, His Reaction Is Pure Fracking Fun (older) [11:50]
Real Time with Bill Maher - Affluenza
HBO Bill Maher: Affluenza and the Culture of Dependency (older) [5:01]
AJ - Dark Money
*AJ | Dark Money: How Billionaires Are Buying Elections (01/25/16) [3:05]
*DR | Growing Concerns About The Spread Of The Zika Virus (01/26/16) [1hr]
Cases of the Zika virus have been reported in at least twenty-one countries in the Caribbean and North and South America. The mosquito-borne virus is suspected of causing brain damage in infants and paralysis in adults. Guest host Indira Lakshmanan and a panel of guests discuss efforts to control the spread and prospects for a vaccine.
TYT | Who Will Win The Iowa Primary Elections? (01/25/16) [8:20]
TYT | Ted Should Be Worried, Trump Is Coming (01/25/16) [9:32]
RT | China claims successful monkey head transplantation, op on human scheduled for 2017 (01/25/16) [2:57]
Thom Hartmann - www.thomhartmann.com/
NPR (National Public Radio) - www.npr.org/
PBS (Public Broadcasting Service) - pbs.org/
MSNBC - Maddow/Hayes - www.msnbc.com/

01.26.2016. 12:35

Monday January 25, 2016
News Articles

This New Yorker Cover Perfectly Explains the Problem With Donald Trump
MotherJones | Tim Murphy | 01/25/16

That's Teddy Roosevelt, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, George Washington, John F. Kennedy, and Abraham Lincoln looking on in disbelief at the mess Trump is making of the American presidential election. It's pretty funny, at first glance, but the problem with this cover is that the only thing many of those ex-presidents would find confusing about Trump is the television he's on. ... Read more

Interesting Headline:
Donald Trump got lucky: He's only winning because he's competing against clowns and losers
Trump's ascendency says more about the boring slate of candidates the GOP has to offer than about his own talents

"They see themselves as heroes. Instead people are saying they're manipulating American politics": Jane Mayer on the method behind the Koch brothers' brilliant madness
Salon | David Daley | 01/25/16

Interview of Jane Mayer by Salon:
... I loved your history of the Powell Memorandum, which feels like the clarion call in many ways that started billionaires and big business thinking seriously about how to use their money to influence the political process. Lewis Powell had been a lawyer for the tobacco industry, and would become a justice on the Supreme Court, but in the early 1970s he sounded the alarm to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. That's almost the starting line for the decades-long process of building think tanks and foundations and conservative media -- but you dug out new information on what Powell was up to. How influential was he, and what did he help create? ... Read more

HBO | Real Time with Bill Maher: Disowning Sarah Palin (older, but appropriate (02/06/15) [4:49]

Markets Are In The "Eye Of The Storm", Trader Warns
ZeroHedge | author | 01/25/16

Traders on the NYSE clapped and cheered when the closing bell sounded on Friday as though a couple of green closes somehow made up for the outright chaos that's reigned throughout the month. Oil may technically have entered a new "bull" market and the yuan may have momentarily stabilized, but a quick look at the fundamentals for crude and the backdrop for the global economy suggests any respite will be fleeting. ... Read more
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20 Dead, 200 Hospitalized After Reports US Lab "Leaks" Deadly Virus In Ukraine
ZeroHedge | author | 01/25/16

Amid the so-called "ceasefire" in Ukraine, yet ongoing shelling in many regions, the Donbass news agency reports that more than 20 Ukrainian solders have died and over 200 soldiers are hospitalized after an apparent leak of a deadly virus called "California Flu" from a US lab near the city of Kharkov. ... Read more

3 Addictive Snacks That Are Actually Good for You
HP | The Pollan Family Table | 01/22/16

  1. 1 1/2 tablespoons plus 2 teaspoons extra virgin olive oil
  2. Two 15-ounce cans organic chickpeas, drained, rinsed well, and patted dry (or 3 cups cooked chickpeas)
  3. 1/2 cup firmly packed, finely shredded Parmesan cheese (not pre-grated or it will not melt)
  4. Sea Salt
  5. Freshly ground black pepper
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World's Fastest Rubik's Cube Solving Robot [1.019sec]
World's Fastest Rubik's Cube Solving Robot, explained [3:39]
Democracy Now! U.S. and World News Headlines for Monday, January 25 [8:33] *DR | 2015: The Hottest Year In Recorded History (01/25/16) [1hr]
Scientists say global temperatures in 2015 were the hottest on record, smashing the 2014 record by a wide margin. What the warming of the planet could mean for weather patterns, climate policy, and hitting global temperature targets.
*DR | Afghanistan's Romeo And Juliet And How They Escaped An Honor Killing (01/25/16) [1hr]
A young Afghan woman defied her parents and chose her own husband. Her family wants to kill her to restore their honor. How this Romeo and Juliet story highlights the struggle for women's rights in the Muslim world.
*TRNN | Abby Martin interviews Vijay Prashad: Examining the Syrian War Chessboard (01/25/16) [23:32]
TRNN | "Institutional Amnesia": Pentagon Agency Skewered for Waste and Fraud (01/22/16) [3:56]
*Daily Ticker | Find the $8.5 Trillion the Pentagon Can't Account For (2014) [5:32]
*TYT | Nate Silver: Republicans Screwed If They Nominate Trump (01/23/16) [5:49]
*TYT | The REAL Reason Hillary Has More Endorsements Than Bernie (01/23/16) [2:27]
TYT | Trump And Cruz Trade Blows On Amnesty (01/23/16) [6:54]
RT | CrossTalk: Ukraine's dead ends (01/25/16) [23:06]
Thom Hartmann - www.thomhartmann.com/
*ThomHartmann | Economists For Bernie Speak Up (01/22/16) [11:08]
ThomHartmann | Is Humanity On the Eve Of Extinction? (01/22/16) [5:51]
NPR (National Public Radio) - www.npr.org/
PBS (Public Broadcasting Service) - pbs.org/
MSNBC - Maddow/Hayes - www.msnbc.com/

01.25.2016. 12:53

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