Abby Martin speaks about the trend of famous people who walk a thin line between corporate sponsorship and celebrity shilldom, calling out Bob Dylan, Scarlett Johansson and Tom Cruise as recent examples.
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Abby Martin comments on the death of actor Phillip Seymour Hoffman, and calls attention to the recent deadly spate of heroin deaths, the need to decriminalize all drugs as well as the War on Drugs is failing America’s addicts.
Abby Martin speaks with FireDogLake journalist Kevin Gosztola, about the trial of the NATO3, a group of men facing 40 years in prison, and what the outcome of the trial could mean on how American courts define ‘terrorism’.
Abby Martin highlights a new report from the World Health Organization that predicts global cancer rates to rise by 57% over the next 20 years, and calls attention to the battle over generic cancer medicine and the threat posed by pharmaceutical companies who put profits before human need.
Abby Martin takes a closer look at the 3D printer revolution, featuring interviews with Kristen Turner of Sculpteo and Liza Wallach of Honey Bee 3D, discussing how the technology works and the ways it will revolutionize manufacturing and democratize production.
Abby Martin speaks with Andreas Antonopoulos, founder of Root Eleven and co-host of let’s Talk Bitcoin, discussing how Bitcoin works, and why it’s so important to have a decentralized system of money.
Abby Martin calls out TV show host Kevin O’Leary, for his callous celebration of the latest Oxfam statistics on the widening gap between the world’s rich and poor.
Abby Martin hosts a discussion on the ‘whitewashing’ of the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. speaking with Howard University Professor Dr. Wilmer J. Leon, and Morgan State University Professor Dr. Jared A. Ball, about the aspects of MLK’s life that the corporate media overlooks.
Abby Martin calls out the corporate media for their incessant coverage of Biebergate, whilst ignoring important stories such as Congress’ attempt to implement new Iran sanctions amidst promising diplomatic negotiations, as well as new photographs emerging of a 2004 incident involving US marines setting fire to Iraqi corpses in Fallujah.