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Corporate tax-dodgers, MRA has a sad, ex-cop Christopher Dorner now a target for drones

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Listen to the new episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. Allison and Jamie discuss corporate tax-dodgers, the poop…er…pope retiring, William Shatner being the man, this MRA who has a sad because of teh feminists, and how ex-cop Christopher Dorner is now a target for drones. Citizen Radio is a member-supported show. Visit wearecitizenradio.com to sign up and support [...]

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Ecuador grants asylum to Assange, CNN’s reality TV, ninjas

Listen to the new episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. Ecuador grants aslyum to Assange, CNN’s reality TV, The Dawood military hospital scandal, corporations pay more to CEOs than they do in taxes, and the Times Square shooting. Citizen Radio is a member-supported show. Visit http://wearecitizenradio.com to sign up and support media that won’t lead you to war, [...]

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What the Olympics and the Springfield monorail have in common, Georgia prison hunger strike

Listen to the new episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. Allison and Jamie talk about the insane Olympics opening ceremony, and all the ways in which the Olympics has become a corporate charade funded by taxpayer dollars. Also, The Real News reports on a Georgia prison hunger strike. Special announcement: Check out Thrive Food [...]

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Opinionated’s Amanda and Samhita on feminism, immigration, and SCOTUS rulings

Listen to the new episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. Amanda and Samhita, hosts of Opinionated, join the show to discuss feminism, immigration, and SCOTUS rulings on Arizona’s SB1070, corporate spending in elections, and prison sentences for juveniles. Special announcement: Check out Thrive Food Direct, and use the code “CitizenRadio” to receive a discount. [...]

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Citizen Radio joins Sam Seder and Naomi Klein from Occupy Wall Street

Listen to the new episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. Citizen Radio joins Majority Report’s Sam Seder (@samseder) and Naomi Klein (@naomiaklein) at Occupy Wall Street to talk about the occupation, the establishment media’s failure to cover the movement, and what the protesters are doing right. Special announcements: Jamie will be [...]

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Troy Davis denied clemency, end of DADT, Yahoo censors #OccupyWallStreet

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Listen to the new episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. Troy Davis denied clemency, end of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy, Yahoo censors #OccupyWallStreet emails, corporations target college students, CNN allows the Tea Party to craft political event, the world watches 750,000 Somalis starve, drug cartels fund political officials, and Dangles [...]

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End of Borders, GE guts offshore wind-power plans, Louie Gohmert fights for corporations

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Listen to the new episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. Borders officially closes, Allison and Jamie share memories, GE guts offshore wind-power plans, Louis Gohmert defends corporations in his “jobs” bill, NAVY vet sues the state of Florida over drug testing. Special announcements: Saturday September 17th is the Occupy Wall Street [...]

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Class War Edition

Listen to the new episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. In which Alternet’s Sarah Jaffe (@seasonothebitch) explains in five minutes why the economy is broken and the poor masses should be revolting. Other topics include: the Verizon strike, Ohio’s anti-union S.B. 5, the decline of labor, and how workers are now [...]

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President Red Herring

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It’s easy for the liberal blogosphere (“the professional left”) to fall into the trap of hyper-focusing on President Obama’s actions. I mean, there’s so much to rightfully bitch about: the unfulfilled promises, the capitulation to the GOP, the endless bashing of his progressive base, and so on. Many people have written me, asking if I [...]

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