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.

Supporters of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe rally in opposition of the Dakota Access oil pipeline in front of the White House, Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2016, in Washington.

NEW YORK --- As thousands of supporters around the world have joined demonstrations in solidarity with Native land and water defenders blocking the planned Dakota Access pipeline near the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in North Dakota, the largest Native mobilization in decades remains absent from some of the biggest news media in the United

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CBS News Caught Blatantly Distorting Cannabis Study, Says Legal Pot Doubles Fatal Car Crashes

CBS not only failed to mention how statistically minuscule the doubling of cannabis-related fatal crashes actually was, it also inexplicably — and inexcusably — left out that most of those drivers had consumed other substances.


In what could only be described as a desperate smear campaign evidencing the last vestiges of propaganda from the failed war on drugs, corporate media warped the findings of a study about cannabis-related car crashes to the point of being unrecognizable. On Tuesday, AAA’s safety foundation released a report concerning cannabis impairment and

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’60 Minutes’ Pushes National Security Propaganda To Cast Snowden, Manning As Traitors

The two whistleblowers were compared to the Washington Navy Yard shooter, who killed twelve people.

Published in partnership with ShadowProof. The television program, “60 Minutes,” aired a segment on Sunday in which it assassinated the character of Chelsea Manning and Edward Snowden, and even went so far as to question their loyalty to America. The two whistleblowers were compared to the Washington Navy Yard shooter, who killed twelve

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For NCAA, Lawsuits Are The Real March Madness

March Madness is tipping off, but in another court, lawsuits that could decide whether NCAA players should get a share of the billions they generate are heating up.

Mark Gottfried

As the NCAA’s Division One Men’s Basketball Championship, or March Madness, begins, questions of amateur status and whether college players should get a share of the billions of dollars in proceeds the NCAA and the schools receive from their play are set to be settled in federal court in New Jersey. This trial and three others have the potential to

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As TPP Opposition Soars, Corporate Media Blackout Deafening

Opposition to the Trans-Pacific Partnership—dubbed ‘NAFTA on steroids’—is receiving unprecedented popular opposition and nearly no news coverage by major outlets.

Last week, more than 550 groups, representing tens of millions of individual members, signed a letter to members of Congress urging them to vote against a push by President Obama for 'fast track' authority for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a so-called "free trade" now under negotation between the U.S. and eleven other Pacific rim nations. The

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Anatomy Of A Hit Job: Expert Featured On 60 Minutes Exposes How Show Knowingly Ignored Facts On Clean Energy

Cleantech segment fails to mention climate change, largely passes over explosive growth in solar and wind power.

“What’s the matter with 60 Minutes?” That was the question asked by many, after the program on Sunday aired what has since been slammed as an inaccurate portrayal of the cleantech industry. Besides the fact that the piece made no mention of climate change — which is one of the stronger arguments behind cleantech — the report largely passed

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