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Abby Martin speaks with British Parliamentarian George Galloway, discussing his upcoming film ‘The Killing of Tony Blair’, and his brand new show on RT, ‘Sputnik: Orbiting the world with George Galloway.’
Abby Martin calls out the Daily Show’s Jon Stewart for his soft ball interview with former Blackwater CEO Erik Prince, showing how the exchange between the two men only serves to whitewash the company’s history of war crimes and legal impunity.
Abby Martin interviews television legend Roseanne Barr, discussing everything from Saudi Arabia’s connection to 9/11, to her VIVID porn pitch, to her next US presidential run.
Abby Martin talks to self-proclaimed animal abolitionist and Rutgers University Professor, Gary Francione, about the need rethink treatment of animals, discussing everything from factory farming to the ethics of eating meat.
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Abby Martin takes a closer look at a recent NSA leak which links the US, UK, Australia, Canada and New Zealand as an international intelligence partnership focused on surveillance of each other’s citizens.
Abby Martin speaks with Richard Wolff, economist and Professor Emeritus at the University of Massachusetts about the recent district court ruling on Detroit’s bankruptcy and how it could affect the pensions of thousands of city workers.
Abby Martin goes over the latest NSA revelations which outline how the agency has spied on online gamers in the World of Warcraft and Second Life, calling out how taxpayer dollars are squandered in these fruitless counter terrorism efforts.
Abby Martin interviews Gar Alperovitz, political economy professor at the University of Maryland about his social prescriptions for democratizing local economies, citing the benefits of credit unions and participatory budgets.
Abby Martin calls out the corporate media for highlighting a fake phenomenon called the “Knockout Game”, while ignoring real stories such as lobbying group ALEC’s fight against green energy , The NSA’s collection of five billion cell phone records and the UK government’s attempt to criminalize journalism by going after the editor of The Guardian newspaper.