Inside Stories
Debate Protesters Forced To Walk Miles To ‘Free Speech Zone’ Across A Highway From Clinton & Trump
Journalist Abby Martin told MintPress News that many activists were forced to walk miles to reach the free speech zone. “It seems like there was a purposeful tactic to deter people from finding the protest site.”
Nestle Spent $11M Lobbying Congress To Control Water, Cocoa & Trade Since 2013
Nestlé is also a funder of the American Legislative Exchange Council, the controversial corporate think tank which produces model legislation that’s later introduced by the state legislators it sponsors.
Journey To Aleppo Part II: The Syria Civil Defense & Aleppo Medical Association Are Real Syrians Helping Real Syrians
Vanessa Beeley meets with members of the Syria Civil Defense and the Aleppo Medical Association, who shed more light on the mainstream media lies distorting the public’s perception of what’s really happening in Syria.
Brazilian President Michel Temer: Dilma Rousseff Impeached Because She Didn’t Support Neoliberalism
Rousseff rejected a proposal by Temer’s party which included ‘cuts to health and education spending, reduced welfare benefits, a raised retirement age, new private sector partnerships and decreased market regulations,’ according to a journalist at The Intercept Brasil.
US Policy May Soon Lead Iraq Into Syrian Style Civil War
‘The result could be an Aleppo-style quagmire,’ warned a former U.S. army officer who believes that the efforts of U.S.-backed Iraqi forces to retake Mosul from ISIS could provoke a civil war.
ABC, NBC Censor Largest Native Mobilization In Decades Against Dakota Access Pipeline
Native nations across the continent sign a new treaty opposing oilsands expansion as anthropologists, historians and museums condemn destruction of Sioux sites, but you wouldn’t know it from the mainstream media.
What’s At Stake In This Year’s Divisive Election?
Although many American's are beginning to see the value in bucking the two-party system in favor of alternative candidates, most will be taking to the polls to cast their vote for Clinton or Trump. Here are where the establishment candidates stand on the issues facing America.
Judge: Nestlé Can Keep Bottling California’s Water Under Permit That Expired In 1988
And a federal judge has ruled that the Swiss-based multinational may continue to do so until the Forest Service takes action on the permit it’s allowed to lapse for 28 years.
Most Americans Would Rather See $38 Billion Invested In Vets & Education Than Israeli Military Aid
According to a recent poll, 81 percent of American internet users would rather see aid to Israel channeled toward efforts to address domestic issues, like caring for vets, improving education, paying down the national debt or rebuilding infrastructure.
Journey To Aleppo Part I: Exposing The Truth Buried Under NATO Propaganda
The Syrian people are suffering under the ‘moderate rebels’ and ‘opposition forces’ backed by the US, NATO member states and their allies in the Gulf states and Israel. Yet their suffering is largely ignored in the mainstream media unless it furthers the agenda dictated by the State Department.