Abby Martin interviews Kate Horner, Forest Campaigns Director, about the massacre of four indigenous activists in Peru for standing up for their land, and the trade of illegal logging worldwide.
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Why is the corporate media turning torture into a debate? Abby Martin discusses the media’s reaction to the Senate torture report and why torture has suddenly turned into a partisan debate.
Abby Martin discusses the spending bill that is about to be voted on by Congress and the various ways that it screws over regular Americans.
Abby Martin goes over a new Reuters report showing that a select group of attorneys are continually selected to present their cases in front of the US Supreme Court and why this is a problem for a fair justice system.
Abby Martin speaks with human rights lawyer, David Remes, about the contents of the newly released Senate torture report summary and how it will impact the future of the “war on terror”.
Abby Martin interviews Terry O’Neill, President of the National Organization for Women, about the Rolling Stone article about an alleged rape that took place on the campus of University of Virginia and how the discovery that details of the case were untrue will impact sexual assault victims.
Abby Martin discusses some of the top revolutionary public transportation ideas that could be implemented in the US.
Abby Martin speaks with attorney and co-host of Ring of Fire radio, Mike Papantonio and former DC police officer, Ronald Hampton, about the decision by a grand jury not to indict New York police officer, Daniel Pantaleo, over the choking death of 43-year-old black man Eric Garner.
Abby Martin discusses computer prodigy and activist, Aaron Swartz, discussing what his legacy means for everyone that uses the internet.
Abby Martin speaks with Eugene Puryear, organizer with the ANSWER coalition about President Obama’s executive action on immigration reform and how this will impact the millions of undocumented people in the US.