Lee Camp: “15 Crucial Facts Never Heard On The Mainstream Media”

Looks like Mr. Camp did get some of the facts on the mainstream, corporate-owned media. Via Dylan Ratigan Show:

MSNBC’s Dylan Ratigan talks with comedian Lee Camp about his book, Moment of Clarity: The Rantings of a Stark Raving Sane Man, and his thoughts on politics, the media, and the Wisconsin recall election.

8 Comments on "Lee Camp: “15 Crucial Facts Never Heard On The Mainstream Media”"

  1. Ron Paul has been talking and writing about these issues for years.  A loud mouth, and long hair is no indicator of original ideas.

    • Redacted | Jun 5, 2012 at 3:06 am |

      Funny thing. I’m probably going to be voting Ron Paul. I’d really prefer Lenin though. Ron Paul is a seriously fire sale, we’ve dumbed it down, all votes for the lowest priced, dollar store Lenin.

      But, nobody really expected Lenin to topple the Tsar when the Swedes turned him loose in 1915.

      • Paul is yet mortal; but even Jack Abramhoff said Ron Paul could not be bought.

        Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nolt50xuibI

        • Redacted | Jun 5, 2012 at 4:01 am |

          You Libertarians and your wiles.

          Yes, I’ve gone Ron Paul.

          I actually think the third parties need to put aside our differences now, and work towards even having a third party mentioned. Socialists and Libertarians do have things in common.

          • Misinformation | Jun 5, 2012 at 8:45 pm |

             I don’t know any libertarians who would put aside the difference in whether it’s okay to use force in order to take another human’s labor. That’s a pretty big obstacle.

          • Simiantongue | Jun 9, 2012 at 11:24 am |

             That’s the very nature of business. Taking other peoples labor and funneling it to a very small minority. How is it you think a business functions and makes a profit? That profit is representative of the labor taken from many, mainly for the benefit of a few.

  2. I believe we are at the stage now where one is either fully hip and aware of all of these “points”, or hopelessly deluded, resistant, and impossible to educate.  So, what then?

  3. Regarding the US and prison population, often cited statistics (such as the US is the world number 1 for prison rate) are flat out incorrect. Both Cuba and North Korea imprison more people than the US. That makes me suspect the 25% figure given here is wrong, but I’ve not done the calculation myself.

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